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Pavel Vařeka discusses infrastructure archaeology and medieval settlement in the Czech Republic

 

Pavel Vařeka (University of West Bohemia), ‘Infrastructure archaeology and medieval settlement in Czech Republic’. This presentation was part of the second event in the Medieval Settlement Research Group seminar series 'Medieval settlement and infrastructure archaeology. This seminar is the second in a four-part series exploring the relationship between medieval settlement and infrastructure archaeology. This second seminar focused on Northern and Central Europe, with four papers by speakers from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, and Czechia, followed by a discussion session with a panel of experts.

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Pavel Vařeka
*1967

1985 – 1989: Studies of Archaeology at the Department of Prehistory and Early History Charles University in Prague1989:

Department of Prehistory and Early History, Humboldt University, Berlin1989: MA

1991 – 1996: PhD. studies at the Charles university and University of ,Oxford

1996: PhDr.

1991 – 1993: Institute of Archaeology Czechoslovak/Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague (Researcher)

1994 –1998: Institute of Archaeological "eritage of central Bohemia, Prague (DeputyDirector)

Since 1998: Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Fhilosophy and Arts,  University of West Bohemia, Pilsen (1998-2004: Deputy Head of the Department of Archaeology, 2005-2009:Vice Dean for research, Since 2009: Dean)

Since 2005: External lecturer at Masaryk University, Brno