added by archaeologs An earlier Bronze Age group of the early 2nd millennium be, located on and around the Tisza Valley in eastern Hungary and closely related to the Rumanian Otomani group. Most known settlements are unfortified tells with wattle-and-daub timber-framed houses, sometimes with plank and beam floors. Hillforts are rare. Another important landscape feature is the large cemetery, usually with inhumation burial but sometimes bi-ritual in nature. Subsistence evidence from this primarily lowland group indicates a broad-spectrum economy with hunting and fishing as important as mixed farming.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983