József Laszlovszky

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Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower
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407
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327-3049
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Associate Professor, Department of Medieval and Postmedieval Archaeology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest (part time)

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Theses supervised by József Laszlovszky

Doctoral
Every Hyacinth the Garden Wears: The Archaeology of Medieval Hungarian Queenship (1000-1395)
Thesis author: Christopher Mielke
Year of enrollment: 2011/2012
On the Border: Western Monastic Orders in Medieval Transylvania (Eleventh to Sixteenth Century)
Thesis author: Ünige Bencze
Year of enrollment: 2010/2011
Management of Monastic Landscapes. A Spatial Analysis of the Economy of Cistercian Monasteries in Medieval Hungary.
Thesis author: László Ferenczi
Year of enrollment: 2009/2010
Building the Monastic Life: Mar Abhai and Pesqin Monasteries on the Euphrates
Thesis author: Linda Wheatley-Irving
Year of enrollment: 2008/2009
Representeing the Self: Understanding Late Roman Mausolea in Pannonia and Dalmatia
Year of enrollment: 2008/2009
The Franciscan Impact on Medieval Dalmatian and Bosnian Urban Centers
Thesis author: Darko Karačić
Year of enrollment: 2007/2008
Tradition and Transformation in Transylvanian Stone Sepulchers in the Face of the Reformation
Thesis author: Dóra Mérai
Year of enrollment: 2007/2008
Itinerant Rulership in Byzantium: a Topographical Analysis of the Laskarid Realm (1204–1261)
Thesis author: Julia Jedamski
Year of enrollment: 2006/2007
Manuscripts of the Bosnian Church
Thesis author: Elma Hašimbegović
Year of enrollment: 2006/2007
Árpád Period Communication Networks: Road Systems in Western Transdanubia
Thesis author: Magdolna Szilágyi
Year of enrollment: 2005/2006
Religious Representations on Stove Tiles from the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary
Thesis author: Ana Maria Gruia
Year of enrollment: 2004/2005
The Mendicant Orders in Medieval Transylvania, 13th-16th Centuries
Thesis author: Zoltán Soós
Year of enrollment: 2002/2003
Landscapes and settlements in the Kecskemét Region, 1300–1700
Thesis author: Edit Belényesyné Sárosi
Year of enrollment: 2001/2002
The Castles of the Aristocracy in the Fifteenth Century Hungary. New Features in Building Residences
Thesis author: Radu Lupescu
Year of enrollment: 2000/2001
Floods and Long-Term Water-Level Changes in Late Medieval Hungary
Thesis author: Andrea Kiss
Year of enrollment: 1998/1999
Woodland and Forests in Medieval Hungary
Thesis author: Szabó Péter
Year of enrollment: 1998/1999
Migration and Identity during the Lombard Invasions
Thesis author: Irene Barbiera
Year of enrollment: 1998/1999
Iron Making in the Migration Period. The Case of the Lombards
Thesis author: La Salvia, Vasco
Year of enrollment: 1998/1999
Byzantine Coins from Macedonia: Money and Their Use in South-Eastern Balkans (1081-1261)
Thesis author: Katerina Hristovska
Year of enrollment: 1997/1998
Noble Residences and Their Social Context in Hungary in the Thirteenth through the Sixteenth Centuries
Thesis author: Virágos Gábor
Year of enrollment: 1997/1998
Hospitallers in the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary, c. 1150-1387
Thesis author: Hunyadi Zsolt
Year of enrollment: 1996/1997
Monasticism in Bulgaria, Ninth to Tenth Centuries: Interpreting the Archaeological Evidence
Thesis author: Kostova, Rossina
Year of enrollment: 1995/1996
Master's
William of Tyre and the Byzantine Empire: The Construction and Deconstruction of an Image
Thesis author: Luka Špoljarić
Year of enrollment: 2007/2008