Bill Parkinson studies 6500-year-old societies in eastern Europe. How did those societies form? How have they changed into the world we see today? How can anthropologists find out about them after all this time, with all the dirt, mud, and rocks in the way? It seems to take a village--a multidisciplinary, long-term village of devoted researchers including Attila Gyucha and Rick Yerkes with the Koros Regional Archaeological Project. (KRAP!)
To see what a Neolithic settlement in Hungary might have looked like, fly through this 3D reconstruction of a Tisza settlement, made by Bill's colleagues at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies.