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Hungarian settlements of the Arpad era

Hungarian settlements of the Arpad era

Pit houses were typical dwellings in the Arpad era.

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Atslēgvārdi

Árpád dynasty, norēķini, bedre māja, dzīvesveids, baznīca, silo, bedre, Dzīvesvieta, ēka, ciems, Ciemi, lopkopību, Lauksaimniecība

Saistītie vienumi

Ainas

Saistītie vienumi

Archaeological excavation (pit house)

Large construction sites provide archaeologists searching for artefacts with a great deal of work.

Catholic burial chapel (Feldebrő, Hungary)

One of the most important historical buildings in Hungary, a parish church built in the 11th century.

Earth fortification, Hungary

A triangular earth fortification, used by the leader of one of the old Hungarian tribes at the time of the Hungarian conquest.

Eurasian Avars (8th century)

The Avars established a stable empire in the Carpathian Basin between the 6th-8th centuries.

Farm (Hungary, 19th century)

Small farms usually located near the border of rural towns, inhabited by peasants.

Log house

Log houses were a typical type of dwellings in Hungary in the Árpád era.

Tactics of the Hungarian raiders (9th-10th centuries)

The tactics of the Hungarian light cavalry included pretending to retreat, tempting their opponents into breaking their ranks, after which the Hungarians...

Typical dwelling types

Every era and every culture has specific residential buildings.

Traditional Eskimo lifestyle

Igloos were the typical dwellings built by Eskimos living in the Arctic zone.

Clothing (Hungary, 10th century)

Dresses reflect the lifestyles and culture of the given era and region.

Market town (Kingdom of Hungary)

Market towns became the most common type of towns in the Kingdom of Hungary by the Late Middle Ages.

Romanesque style Benedictine church (Ják, Hungary)

A Romanesque style Benedictine church with a special gateway, built in the 13th century in Hungary.

Medieval farmhouse

Farmhouses in the Middle Ages were simple, single-storey structures built from earth, mud and wood.

Single street village with ’strip parcels’

Villages established in valleys usually consisted of houses built on long and narrow plots of land.

Types of farms and villages

The structure and density of farms and villages depend on the geographical features of the region.

Yurt

A circular, domed, portable tent covered by felt, typically used by nomadic peoples.

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