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  • The Cernavoda III-Boleráz Phenomenon: After 30 years - In fact, most of the Romanian archaeologists are excavating, collecting and interpreting the material culture using pre-defined concepts ("archaeological cultures", chronology, "phases", ethnos) as objective realities. The act of interpretation, based on a false familiarity with the archaeological material, is resumed to the "cultural" and chronological diagnosis
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  • European Archaeology - Scientific website concerning pre-, protohistory and classical history. It host two archaeological magazines; Romanian Journal of Archaeology and European Archaeology - online.
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  • Institute for Cultural Memory - Provides excavation reports, links to sites, and a list of publications and journals. [Romanian and English]
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  • Observations Concerning the Bronze Age Cult-Object from Sărata Monteoru-Poiana Scoruşului - For the study of the funerary behavior of the Monteoru culture, the object excavated at Poiana Scoruşului in the neighborhood of the nearby village of Sarata Monteoru represents an uncommonly significant set.
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  • Some Regards Concerning the Monteoru Culture - About half a century ago the beginnings of Monteoru culture represented by the layer Ic4, in the hilly region of northern Walachia had been considered as contemporaneous with the Glina culture from the plain region.
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  • Viewpoints on the Fortress at Tabla Buţii in the Light of Archaeological Excavations - The fortress was excavated in 1995, 1996, 1998 by a team led by colonel Dan Capatâna from the National Military Museum with supplies and labour available from the Ministry of National Defense.
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  • The Wooden Churches of Maramures - Research project at Lund University in Sweden features architecture and dendrochronology. Contains details of fieldwork, materials and methods. With photographs.
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