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Czech Archaeology News 2021

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2021-06-24

Archaeological exploring the network of corridors below the Moravian village.

 
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2021-06-21

Center for Early Medieval Studies at Masaryk University, Brno

 
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2021-06-03

Manufacturing of a medieval chambre stove tiles

The picture is from Muzeum Jindřichohradecka

 
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2021-06-03

Czech Texas

 
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2021-05-28

PRIORITIES, RESEARCH AGENDAS AND PLANNING LED INVESTIGATIONS IN CZECH ARCHAEOLOGY

 
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2021-05-26

The Slavonic Hillfort Pohansko of the Great Moravia Empire

 
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2021-05-25

A Scratched Hint of Ancient Ties Stirs National Furies in Europe

 
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2021-05-24

Wolf´s Pit

Vlčí jámy (Wolf´s Pit) are a natural monument declared in 1975 and is located on the southwestern slope of Blatenský vrch northeast of the town of Horní Blatná in Ore Moutains. The Wolf Pits was originally a Wolfgang mine. This depression is over 120 meters long, about 14 meters wide and up to 25 meters deep. The "Ice pit" is a 15–20 meter deep, very narrow depression created by mining activities in tin ore mining. It is a remnant of the Jiří (Georg) mine.

 
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2021-05-20

Prague fortification near Poříčí Gate

 
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2021-05-06

Bronze Pendants from the Býčí skála Cave in Moravia

This Video presents the original sounds of the pendants from the Byci skala cave, a sacrifical site of the Hallstatt Culture in Moravia and one possible intepretation of use.

 
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