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Vařeka, Pavel
Archeologie komunismu. Příspěvek k odhalování represivních strategií totalitních režimů

Archaeological research has begun to examine the recent past associated with the crimes of totalitarian regimes in the 20th century. The article describes current research.

Chroustovský, Luboš
On public archaeology in Poland: an interview with Roksana Chowaniec

An interview with Roksana Chowaniec (an Associate Professor at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw) on the public archaeology in Poland (its history, development and current issues).

Chvojka, Ondřej , Kuna, Martin , Křivánek, Roman , Menšík, Petr , Šálková, Tereza
Weaving Looms, Intentional Demolitions, Burnt Offerings? Trenchlike Features of the Urnfield Period in Central Europe

Paclíková, Klára , Preusz, Michal , Vuono, Magda
Zona D – Settore IV: ambienti 5 e 6

Čapek, Ladislav , Slavíček, Karel , Petřík, Jan , Valkony, Jiří
Středověká keramika ze zaniklého východního křídla na druhém nádvoří strakonického hradu

Kastl, Petr
Vápenná pec na předpolí hradu Pušperku (okr. Klatovy)

Gersdorfová, Zlata
Hrad v Janovicích nad Úhlavou - stav dosavadního poznání

Havlíková, Markéta , Krištuf, Petr
Stopy po použití na bronzových mečích z řeky Labe u Neratovic, okr. Mělník

The article presents the results of traceological analysis of Bronze Age swords which were discovered in the riverbed of the Elbe River near Neratovice (Mělník District). A water environment creates ideal conditions for the preservation of bronze materials. The main question is whether&...

Musil, Jan
Novověká jímka na hradě Košumberku

During the reconstruction of Košumberk Castle (Chrudim District, Pardubice Region) in 1976, a brick cess-pit was discovered. Based on finds analysis (esp. glass and pottery), the cess-pit has been dated to the 16–17th century.

Vuono, Magda
Zona D – Settore VII

Preusz, Michal
Archeologie stavovského povstání a konečného účtování

The article discusses the state and perspectives of archaeological research in the field of Bohemian revolt and final accounting between 1618 and 1621.

Chlevišťan, Jiří , Krištuf, Petr
Mohylová pohřebiště na jižním Přešticku (západní Čechy) a jejich využití pro predikci sídlišť mladší doby bronzové

The article is focused on mapping of burial mound cemeteries in south Přešticko region through airborne laser scanning data and visual field survey. In research area was 11 burial mound cemeteries processed like this. Subsequently the prediction of the Late Bronze Age settlements b...

Preusz, Michal
Historicko-archeologický výzkum doby třicetileté války (1618–1648). Současný stav a perspektivy

The development of conict archaeology has brought to the fore, in particular, the investigation of battleelds, eld fortications, siege structures and military camps. Less attention has been devoted to the systematic study of the broader socio‑cultural context of major military conicts i...

Hobl, Luboš , Kodera, Pavel
Hrad Vrtba a jeho hospodářské zázemí

This contribution is devoted to the Vrtba castle in the Plzeň-north district. The absence of masonry structures makes it impossible to study the castle core. However, the preserved land relics reflect the basic layout of the castle complex and enable to locate some economic fa...

Čapek, Ladislav , Preusz, Michal
Středověké a novověké hrnčířské pece v Čechách - kritické zhodnocení výpovědních možností studia

Pottery kilns count among archaeological finds evidencing the direct production of pottery. An overview summarizing all archeologically known examples of medieval and early modern-age kilns placing them in a broader comparative European context is still missing in the Czech Republic. This co...

Gersdorfová, Zlata
Pečeti pánů z Krumlova

The article bring a summarizing treatise of the seals of the Lords of Krumlov, one of the branches of the Vítkovec family. The oldest preserved seals date back to 1259 (?), the youngest to 1310. A total of 15 seals of the Lords of krumlova have remained preserve...

Chroustovský, Luboš
První interdisciplinární seminář Doktorandské školy archeologie (ve spolupráci Západočeské univerzity v Plzni, Jihočeské univerzity v Českých Budějovicích a Archeologického ústavu AV ČR vPraze)

Vostracký, Zdeněk , Sedláček, Jan , Mužík, Václav
Coupled tests including parameters TF and SLF of high voltage SF6 circuit breakers

Early medieval pins made of different materials belong with less common finds in a broader European context. Newly discovered specimens, especially from Kněží hora, near Katovice and Tismice, bear witness of the spreading of these artefacts and possible differences in clothing at early&...

Rohan, Eduard , Lukeš, Vladimír
Homogenization of the vibro–acoustic transmission on perforated plates

Kněží hora near Katovice (Strakonice district) is one of the largest south-Bohemian early medieval hillforts, dating from the 9th – early 10th century. The existing information about the hillfort was chiefly based on research carried out by B. Dubský in 1946. In recent years t...

Edl, Milan , Dobrotvorskiy, Sergey , Pitel, Jan , Dostatni, Eva , Gnuchykh, Serhii , Dobrovolska, Ludmila , Prichodko, Vadim , Sokol, Evgeniy
Mobile application on Android for calculation of round rolls cutting using java technologies

Remains of several deserted villages, feudal estates with affiliated hinterland facilities including homesteads, mills and several fishponds are located in the western tip of the Chrudim district (formerly a part of the Čáslav region), near the town of Ronov nad Doubravou. In the M...

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