Category:Bronze Age in Hungary

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The Bronze Age in Hungary can be divided into several periods and styles.

  • The Early Bronze Age (2600-2100 BC) includes the locally distinct Mako culture.
  • The Middle Bronze Age (2300-1500 BC) includes the Mako culture, Csepel culture, Ottomany culture, Vatya culture, and the Nagyrev culture, partly overlapping.
  • The Late Bronze Age (2000-1200 BC) includes the Bell-beaker culture and simultaneous Nagyrev culture, and the later Tumulus culture (c. 1400 BC onwards).
  • The Later Bronze Age (1200-800 BC) was dominated by the Urnfield culture, which in central Hungary is known through the Val group finds.