The Otomani culture, located in Crișana (western Romania), eastern Hungary, and Slovakia is a local middle Bronze Age culture (2100–1700 BC) near the village of Otomani/Ottomány located in Bihor County, Romania. It existed in the Körös tributaries between Makó culture and the Gyulavarsánd cultures. This culture was contemporary with Wietenberg culture. The people from this culture occupations was plant farming and cattle farming. The houses were built on tumulus made from fired houses.
See also 
- Transylvanian History Museum guide
- N. Boroffka, Die Wietenberg-Kultur. Ein Beitrag zur Erforschung der Bronzezeit in Südosteuropa. Universitätsforschungen zur Prähistorischen Archäologie 19. Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH (Bonn 1994).
Bronze Age culture in Transylvania, Central Romania
- Die prähistorische Ansiedlung auf dem "Wietenberg" bei Sighisoara-Schässburg [Gebundene Ausgabe]
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