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Notification of New Publication

January 8, 2018

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Harn member, Csaba Szabó, has been in touch to inform us about the publication of his new edited volume Adalbert Cserni and his Contemporaries The Pioneers of Archaeology in Alba Iulia and Beyond. Edited by Csaba Szabó, Viorica Rusu-Bolindeț, Gabriel Tiberiu Rustoiu and Mihai Gligor this book is written in English, divided into 5 sections with chapters by many leading scholars:

I. THE LIFE AND WORK OF ADALBERT CSERNI

Csaba Szabó: Reconstructing Béla Cserni’s biography

Viorica Rusu-Bolindeț: Adalbert Cserni’s contribution at the discovery of Governor’s Palace from Apulum – old and new perspectives

Radu Ota:Adalbert Cserni and the Roman provincial art. Case studies from Apulum

II. SOCIAL AND ACADEMIC NETWORK OF THE PIONEERS OF ARCHAEOLOGY

Irina Achim, Corina Borș: Grigore Tocilescu – a Pioneer of Romanian Archaeology in a European Perspective

Ioan Bejinariu: Fetzer J. Ferencz (1856–1939) and the Archaeology from Sălaj

Olivér Gábor: Szőnyi Ottó’s time capsule from 1913

Kirill Gusev: The visit of D. N. Anuchin in Europe (1877–1879) and the international
cooperation in archaeology and physical anthropology

Eszter Istvánovits: András Jósa and his Contemporaries

Jenny Kaurin: Charles Cournault (1815–1904) á la découverte des collections pre-romaines en Europe de L’Ouest (1873–1880)

Emanoil Pripon: Dr. Mártonfi Lajos (1857–1908), a precursor of Transylvanian Museology

Vladislav Sobolev: People and fates. Pioneers of medieval archaeology in North-Western Russia (1870–1914)

Adrienn Wéber: Juhász László (1842–1911), a pioneer of archaeology and antiquarian as founder of the Museum of Pécs

III. THE BEGINNINGS OF URBAN ARCHAEOLOGY IN EUROPE

Florin-Gheorghe Fodorean: Archaeological sites recorded by Téglás István in the territory of Potaissa

Ana Cristina Hamat: Stories about Tibiscum. The research carried out by the priest Iosif Mircea at the Roman ruins from Jupa

Julien Trapp: Johann Baptist Keune and Metz Museums (Moselle, France). The birth
of modern archaeology in the annexed region of Lorraine (1892–1918)

IV. FROM ANTIQUARIAN COLLECTIONS TO THE FIRST MUSEUMS

Cristina Bodó: Archaeological research undertaken by the members of the History and
Archaeology Society of Hunedoara County

Delia Roxana Cornea: Unpublished testimonies about the beginnings of museology in Dobrudja in the late 19th century

Evgenia Zastrozhnova: Archaeological materials from the excavations of Phanagoria (19th century) in the collection of the State Historical Museum (Moscow)

V. NATIONALISM AND OTHER IDEOLOGIES

Phil Freeman: The consequences of Francis Haverfield’s visits east of Vienna in the 1880s

Heinrich Zabehlicky: A political research-history: The case of Bruckneudorf between Hungary and Austria

Laura Coltofean: Zsófia Torma: A pioneer of prehistoric archaeology in nineteenth-century Transylvania

Béla Santa: In ‘the interest of science… from distant Transylvania’: Zsófia Torma’s research for British academic patronage

Csaba Szabó: Histories of archaeology in Transylvania. A short overview

Maria Medvedeva: The Imperial Archaeological Commission (1859–1919) and the national system of archaeological investigation in Russia

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