The last two stages might be seen as a consequence of the Church defining the burial ritual.
Interpretations and perspectives Our research has strived to follow the re-emergence and evolution of laying down coins inside graves, seen as a phenomenon, resulted after registering and analyzing the coins discovered both in row cemeteries and church cemeteries,...
more Our research has strived to follow the re-emergence and evolution of laying down coins inside graves, seen asa phenomenon, resulted after registering and analyzing the coins discovered both in row cemeteries and churchcemeteries, located in Transylvania, inside the Carpathian arch.
The present study, the second in the Monumente uitate series, focuses on the ruin of a medieval church from the territory of the village of Cheud (Sălaj County).
Located on the right bank of the Someș, near Țicăului Pass, the ruin of the...
The few written sources that make reference to Aranyas suggest the existence of the monastery’s customs ever since the 13th century.
An earth-and-timber fortification was built in the proximity of the monastery in the 14th century. In his famous monograph work dedicated to Sălaj, his contemporary Petri Mór also supported this idea.Altele au fost biserici parohiale care au pierit împreună cu satele lor, cum sunt cele din vetrele satelor dispărute Sándorhaza și Bőnye sau se ascund sub temeliile actualelor locașuri de cult, precum biserica Reformată din Zalău sau cea din Șamșud.O situație aparte apare în cazul bisericii dispărute din hotarul satului Pericei, unde biserica vechea fost demolată, fiind construită una nouă în altă parte asatului.Several diary notes, one profile of the archaeological section, the ground plan and surveys of the walls and several axonometric perspectives have been preserved from these excavations.The collected archaeological material was very rich in profiled stones, but there were also tombs from which bones were recovered but no data have been recorded.How come does this particular phenomenon ofdepositing coins inside graves had suddenly emerged in 11th century Transylvanian cemeteries and why did itdisappear – just as suddenly – during the 13th century?