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In drift: tendencies in Hungarian preventive archaeology
Szabolcs Czifra  1, *@  , Szilvia Fábián  1, *@  
1 : Hungarian National Museum  (HNM)  -  Site web
H-1113 Budapest Daróczi út 3. -  Hongrie
* : Auteur correspondant

Following the narrative of the presentation shared on 22nd EAA annual meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania, the authors continue to give a short overview on present tendencies in Hungarian preventive archaeology, especially emphasising on the role of constantly changing legal environment in shaping archaeological dialogues and everyday practice. We highlight on the main achievements in the field of heritage management, some of which are definitely the result of balancing with stakeholders and centralisation attempts. Accordingly, several important questions related to the preventive archaeology will be discussed, first of all how the meaning and the current practice of preventive archaeology has been changed. On the other hand, we describe how the current political environment and developers lobby shaped the Hungarian preventive archaeology. Finally, we aim to summarize those benefits of big data derived from large scale excavations, which beyond traditional narratives offer a possibility to understand regional environmental and paleoclimatic tendencies.

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