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Körös Region, Hungary

Keep up on the latest headlines featuring Dr. Parkinson's expedition! Watch videos, listen to podcasts, and check out recent publications—including a few articles from Hungarian news sources!

VIDEOS

Virtual Neolithic Village Tour: Take a virtual tour of the reconstructed Neolithic village of Szeghalom-Kovácshalom to learn what it's longhouses may have looked like at the height of the site's occupation, during the Neolithic period around 4,800 BC.

ARTICLES

Creating a Virtual View of a Neolithic Village: Discover how data gathered by the team during their geophysical analysis and excavation of the Szeghalom-Kovácshalom site was used to create the "Virtual Neolithic Village Tour."

About.com Archaeology: Are you a student or post-doctoral candidate interested in joining Dr. Parkinson and his colleagues on one of their expeditions to Hungary? Take a look at the program description to learn more about particpating in fieldwork that will help to investigate the origins and development of prehistoric European villages.

Ohio State: Summer 2010 Newsletter: Scroll down through an excerpt from Ohio State's Office of International Affairs newsletter to learn more about the field experiences of four undergraduate students who participated in the spring 2010 field season of the Körös Regional Archaeological Project in Vésztő, Hungary.

Békés County Daily Regional Newspaper: For a local perspective on the 2011 expedition, native speakers of Hungarian can read a Békes County Daily newspaper interview with Dr. Attila Gyucha.