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Dr. Ferenc Gyulai

Personnel data:
professor, head of department
Szent István University, MKK TTI, Main Building 1079
Department of Nature Conservation & Landscape Ecology
Tel.: 06-28-522-000/1716
Fax: 06-28-410-801
Email: gyulai.ferenc(at)mkk.szie.hu

Qualifications
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)

Activities
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.

Teaching
in Hungarian

  • Archaeobotany (BSc)
  • Nutrition in Historical Eras (BSc)
  • Beginnings of Plant Cultivation Culture in Hungary (BSc)
  • Beginnings of Plant Cultivation Culture of Hungarians (BSc)
  • Basics of Historical Ecology (BSc)
  • Establishment of and Changes in the Agricultural Landscape (MSc)
  • Historical Agrobiodiversity (MSc)
  • Gene Conservation of Cultural Plants (MSc)
  • Gene Conservation (Msc)
  • Changes of Agrobiodiversity in the Carpationa Basin (PhD)
  • Archaeobotany (PhD)
  • Environmental Sciences – Base of Environmental Reconstruction (PhD)

Research topics

  • Study of seed and fruitremains as well as foodremains from the archaeological sites
  • Study the knowledge of crop productions of prehistoric cultures and conquering Hungarians
  • Exploring historical sources of agrobiodiversity
  • Metrical processing and statistical analysis of subfossil plant macroremains
  • Computer assisted morphometry

Selected publications

Gyulai F. (2001): Archaeobotanika, Budapest: Jószöveg Műhely Kiadó, 221 p. in Hungarian. [subject: Plant remains (Archaeology), Carpathian Mountains Region. Agriculture, Prehistoric]

Gyulai F. (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.

Gyulai F. (2010): Archaeobotany 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.

Gyulai F, 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.

Gyulai F. (2012): The 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.)

Scientific IDs

Publication list in the Hungarian Scientific Works Database

ORCID

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