Dr. Ferenc Gyulai
professor, head of department
Szent István University, MKK TTI, Main Building 1079
Department of Nature Conservation & Landscape
Dipl. Engineer of Agricultural Sciences (1979), Engineer of Enviromental
Protection (1986), Doctor Univ. (1986), CSc (1994), Ph.D. (1994),
Habilitation in Environmental Sciences (2003), DSc (2005)
His special foci of interest are the study of plant macro- and
microfossils and of food remains, and the application of archaeometric
methods as well as the history of the agrobiodiversity in the
Carpathian Basin. The main area of his research activities has
been Central Europe from the Beginnings of the Neolithic untill
the New Ages.
in Historical Eras (BSc)
of Plant Cultivation Culture in Hungary (BSc)
of Plant Cultivation Culture of Hungarians (BSc)
of Historical Ecology (BSc)
of and Changes in the Agricultural Landscape (MSc)
Conservation of Cultural Plants (MSc)
of Agrobiodiversity in the Carpationa Basin (PhD)
Sciences – Base of Environmental Reconstruction (PhD)
of seed and fruitremains as well as foodremains from the archaeological
the knowledge of crop productions of prehistoric cultures and
historical sources of agrobiodiversity
processing and statistical analysis of subfossil plant macroremains
F. (2001): Archaeobotanika,
Budapest: Jószöveg Műhely Kiadó, 221 p. in Hungarian. [subject:
Plant remains (Archaeology), Carpathian Mountains Region. Agriculture,
(2007): Seed and fruit remains associated with neolithic origins
int the Carpathian Basin, In: Colledge S, Conolly J (szerk.) The
Origins and Spread of Domestic Plants in Southwest Asia and Europe.
University College London Institute od Archaeology Publications:
University College London Institute od Archaeology Publications.
Waldersbach: &, 2007. pp. 125-140.
in Hungary. Seed, Fruit, Food and Beverages Remains in the Carpathian
Basin: an Archaeobotanical Investigation of Plant Cultivation
and Ecology from the Neolithic until the Late Middle Ages.,
Budapest: Archaeolingua, 479 p.
Kenéz Á, Pető Á: Morphogenetics
of seeds and plant remains in the Carpathian Basin from the neolithic
(8000 BP) to the late medieval age (17th cent CE), In: Gyulai
Gábor (szerk.) Plant Archaeogenetics: Botancal Research and Practices.
New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc., 2011. pp. 31-39.
archaeobotanical characterization of the Körös culture., In: Anders
A, Siklósi Zs (szerk.) The First Neolithic Sites in Central/South-East
European Transect: Volume III. The Körös Culture in Eastern Hungary.
Oxford: ARCHAEOPRESS, 2012. pp. 223-230. (British Archaeological
Reports International Series; 2334.)
list in the Hungarian Scientific Works Database