Palaeolithic prehistory of Europe is not dissected by national borders, not governed by dynasties and not divided by wars. The cooperative genius of mankind was manifest at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Hugo Obermaier Society in Budapest.
The Hugo Obermaier Society meeting will be held in Budapest, the main topic is Late Middle and Early Upper Paleolithic between the Alps and the Black Sea
There are some eventful days behind Krisztián Zandler, archaeologist of the Béla Dornyay Museum in Salgótartján, Hungary. He conducted excavation and surveys in the region of Hont, between 26 and 29 october on the following sites: Ipolyvölgy III, Ipolyvölgy I, Drégelypalánk-Gyakorszer and Topóka-dűlő, Hont-Babat, Hont-Csitár (Molnár-hegy).
Litikum is the yearly published journal of the Lithic Research Roundtable that unites prehistorians and archaeologists in Hungary, those are interested in lithic studies.
The northwestern part of Transdanubia seemed as a palaeolithic-mesolithic no man’s land, as we had knowledge only about stray finds and finds of dubious origin in that part of Hungary, from that time period. With the discovery of Páli-Dombok in 2014, things took a turn; now we have an extensive occupation from the Early Holocene in that region.