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Czech Academy of Sciences
ID: 60165171

Address:
Narodni 3
117 20 Prague 1
Czech Republic

Tel.: +420 221 403 111
Fax: +420 224 240 512

E-mail: info@cas.cz

http://www.avcr.cz/en/

 

The Czech Archaeological Society associates those interested in the archeology of prehistory, classical antiquity, medieval and modern times - all who devote knowledge, protection, rescue and professional use of archaeological monuments under and over the surface. ČAS (1991) is the successor of the Czechoslovak Company. prehistoric (1919), respectively. Czechoslovak Archeological Society at the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (1956) and member of the Board of Czech Scientific Societies at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. All its members - professional, unprofessional and collective (museums, interest groups, etc.). They have the same rights and can cooperate in favor of a common cause.

http://www.archaeology.cz/cas/

 

Institute of Archaeology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, v.v.i.
Letenská 4, 118 01, Prague 1
Czech Republic
IČO: 67985912

telephone exchange: +420 257014300
reception: +420 257014311

http://www.arup.cas.cz/?lang=en

 

The National Museum, Vinohradská 1, 110 00 Praha 1

General Director

PhDr. Michal Lukeš, Ph.D.
lukes_michal@nm.cz 
Phone: +420 224 497 310, +420 224 497 312

Statutory Deputy of General Director

Mgr. Martin Sekera, PhD.
martin_sekera@nm.cz
Phone: +420 224 497 344

Secretariat of General Director

BcA. Lucie Marvanová
lucie_marvanova@nm.cz
Phone: +420 224 497 309

Mgr. Denisa Špryňarová
denisa_sprynarova@nm.cz
sekretariat@nm.cz
Phone: +420 224 497 312

MgA. Adéla Kristejnová
adela_kristejnova@nm.cz 
Phone: +420 224 497 318

 

The City of Prague Museum is a cultural institution enshrining a rich collection ofthe history of Prague which has been compiled during its existence. The museum currently runs fourteen buildings of various characters which hold both permanent and temporary exhibitions. In addition to these exhibition spaces and cultural monuments, the vast compound of the City of Prague Museum contains specialised departments in the Stodůlky quarter of Prague.

The City of Prague Museum conducts basic and applied research in all specialised activities of the museum including the distribution of results. The Museum is listed in the Register of Research Organisations (as decreed by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of 2 August 2018). The museum is the public benefit corporation of the City of Prague.

Address:
Kožná 1
110 00  Prague 1

Information:
tel.:  +420 221 012 911
e-mail: muzeum@muzeumprahy.cz

 

university workplaces

Institute for Archeology Faculty of Philosophy, Charles University in Prague

Adresa pracoviště:

Celetná 20

Praha 1, 116 36

 

Poštovní adresa:

Nám. Jana Palacha 2

Praha 1, 116 38

 

Tel/fax. 

 +420 221 619 733/730

 

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHEOLOGY FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY | UNIVERSITY OF WEST BOHEMIA IN PILSEN

The Department of Archeology provides teaching of archeology, especially archeology of prehistoric, medieval and modern times. Many teachers are among our top scientists. The aim of teaching archeology at UWB is to educate university students on the basis of archeology. Graduates are expected to gain a deep understanding of the past artifact's heritage and its significance for contemporary humanity, while also acquiring a range of knowledge and skills that other social sciences do not provide (extensive use of computer software, such as databases and geographic information systems, use of GPS, digital photography, aerial photography) etc.). One of the goals is to educate specialists in archeology and related disciplines and prepare students for further education in archeology.

The Department of Archeology creates a research center similar to Western European universities. It develops basic research in theoretical and field archeology, solves problems of archaeological methodology, spatial and non-destructive archeology, creation of complex archaeological databases and processing of spatial archaeological data using geographic information systems.
Contact
Phone: 377635101
Fax 377635102

Address:
Sedlackova 15, 30614 Plzen

 

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Klub Augusta Sedláčka - czech castellology society

http://www.klub-augusta-sedlacka.cz/