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 The largest settlements of these communities were the so-called tells: multilayer sites created by a long, intensive sedentary way of life. Tell settlements situated at the chokepoints of trade routes have a fortified, stratified inner core, often surrounded by an extensive, single-layer settlement part. Houses usually had a timber-framed structure and wattle- and-daub walls.
Communities using Füzesabony pottery founded extended cemeteries with over 1200 graves. In most cases, the cemeteries consist of graves with a uniform and strict inhumation burial rite, were located within 1 km from the tell settlements, separated by natural landmarks (e.g. a brook). Cremated burials appeared in the late, so-called Koszider period, ca. 1600–1450 BC. The cemeteries often include extremely rich burials accompanied by gold or amber jewels, as well as bronze tools and weapons.
 "Beer-mug" decorated with chanelled, incised running spirals and bowl
with knob-legs and special incised ornamentation
(site: Polgár-Kenderföld, Majoros-tanya MBA cemetery)
Árkolással és bekarcolással kísért spirál- motívummal díszített „söröskorsó”
és egy karcolt motívumokkal díszített bütyöklábas tál
(Polgár-Kenderföld, Majoros-tanya)
Ilona Czinegéné Kiss, Déri Museum Czinegéné Kiss Ilona, Déri Múzeum

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