Different cultural patterns in demographic processes and family characteristics of early modern Hungary

Tamas Farago, Corvinus University of Budapest

The lecture would like to present a comparative analysis on demographic characteristics as well as family and household systems of the different cultural groups living in Early Modern Hungary. The basis of the work is the „Hungary 1760” micro data-base built up from mid-eighteenth century list of inhabitants.

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Presented in Session 68: Household formation, marriage and social mobility in the past