Example of the grave 11 from the Hungarian Conquest period cemetery of Karos-Eperjesszög
Example of the grave 11 from the Hungarian Conquest period cemetery of Karos-Eperjesszög: a) picture of the grave (Révész, 1999); and b) reconstruction of the burial made by Pazirik Informatikai Kft for the exhibition “Elit alakulat” of the Herman Ottó Museum (Miskolc, Hungary).
The site of Karos-Eperjesszög is located in Northeast Hungary , in the so-called Bodrogköz (BorsodAbaúj-Zemplén County). In the first half of the 10th century AD, this area served as the palatial center and burial place of the Hungarian conquerors. The three cemeteries are situated on low sandhills that are approximately 200 meters from each other.
Reference: Berthon, William. (2019). Bioarchaeological analysis of the mounted archers from the Hungarian Conquest period (10th century): Horse riding and activity-related skeletal changes.