In , the place was declared town, and in it received the name of Târnaveni. A detailed study of Iron Age weapons burials in East Yorkshire This dissertation focuses on a detailed study of Iron Age weapons burials, geographically located in or on the edge of present-day East Riding of Yorkshire. Add to Wishlist Install Texts, audiobooks and historical info about some of military strategists: the app contains texts written by Sun Tzu, Miyamoto Musashi, Carl von Clausewitz and Niccolo Machiavelli with audio mp3 and video added to them. The town has interesting tourism sites, such as: the " Corona" forest, located on the inter-river Mures- Târnava Mica, the Unitarian Church built in gothic style in the 13th century, redecorated in , the church owns a silver glass from , a silver plate and a bell dating from , the wooden Christian Church, brought from the Cornesti village, whose interior was painted by Nicolae Pop. According to George Calinescu, Mihai Eminescu might have passed through Târnaveni, on his way to Blaj , staying at the central wine cellar.
A detailed study of Iron Age weapons burials in East Yorkshire This dissertation focuses on a detailed study of Iron Age weapons burials, geographically located in or on the edge of present-day East Riding of Yorkshire.
This study is based on the composition of a list of 50 Iron Age burials This study is based on the composition of a list of 50 Iron Age burials 49 single and 1 double inhumation with a total of 51 individuals buried according to a pre-defined martial character.
The list of iron age burials forms the basis of two appendices sections - the first a statistical spreadsheet, and the second a detailed set of records for the set of graves. These together provide the data necessary to observe occurrences of variables, synthesise trends using charts, and ultimately interpret these trends as patterns of behaviour, and why they may have occurred.
These aims are thus jointly addressed in two Data Presentations that form the main discussion of the dissertation - the first addressing broad trends in the data, dating este warfare the second addresses the biographical factors of weapons burials, in an Iron Age martial context.