Hermann Škorpil
Václav Hermen(e)gild Škorpil (Bulgarian: Вацлав Херменгилд Шкорпил; 8 February 1858 – 25 June 1923) was a Czech-Bulgarian archaeologist and museum worker credited along with his bro...
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Vikentiy Khvoyka
Vikentiy Viacheslavovych Khvoyka (Russian: Викентий Вячеславович Хвойка; born Čeněk Chvojka; 1850–1914) was a Ukrainian archaeologist who discovered the Neolithic Trypillian sites in Ukraine. He a...
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Karel Škorpil
Karel Václav Škorpil (Bulgarian: Карел Вацлав Шкорпил; 15 May 1859 – 9 March 1944) was a Czech-Bulgarian archaeologist and museum worker credited along with his brother Hermann with...
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Jaroslav Černý (Egyptologist)
Jaroslav Černý (22 August 1898 – 29 May 1970) was a Czech Egyptologist.
Jaroslav Černý was born on 22 August 1898 in Pilsen in Austro-Hungary. He studied from 1917 till 1922 at the Charles Univers...
Marek Zvelebil
Marek Zvelebil, FSA (1952–2011) was a Czech-Dutch archaeologist and prehistorian, considered amongst "the most important and influential archaeological thinkers of his generation".
The son of Indo...
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Lubor Niederle
Lubor Niederle (September 20, 1865, Klatovy – June 14, 1944, Prague) was a Czech archeologist, anthropologist and ethnographer. He is seen as one of the founders of modern archeology in Czech lands.Du...
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František Lexa
František Lexa (1876-1960) was a Czechoslovakian Egyptologist. Lexa began his career as a secondary school teacher. Having learnt the Egyptian language by himself, he became the first person to trans...
Jan Filip (historian)
Jan Filip (born 25 December 1900 in Chocnějovice, died 30 April 1981 in Prague) was a Czech prehistorian.
Filip war Professor of prehistory at Prague University, director of the Archaeological In...
Zbyněk Žába
Zbyněk Žába (June 19, 1917  – August 15, 1971) was a Czechoslovakian Egyptologist. In 1945 he commenced his studies on the subject and in 1949 he became an assistant to František Lexa. In 1954 ...
Václav Dobruský
Václav Dobruský (Bulgarian: Вацлав Добруски, Vatslav Dobruski; 11 August 1858–24 December 1916) was a Czech archaeologist, epigrapher and numismatist who was mostly active in Bulgaria. The first d...
Ervín Černý
Professor Ervín Černý-Křetínský (born 1913 in Podomí - died 30 July 2001) was a Doctor of Medicine and Professor of Charles University in Prague.
He acquired his college education in 1933 in the T...
Josef Ladislav Píč
Josef Ladislav Píč (January 19, 1847 in Mšeno near Mělník – December 19, 1911 in Prague) was Czech archaeologist and paleontologist, one of founders of modern Czech archaeology.Píč studied history and...
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Miroslav Verner
Prof. Dr. Miroslav Verner, DrSc. (born October 31, 1941 in Brno) is a Czech egyptologist, who specializes in the history and archaeology of Ancient Egypt of the Old Kingdom.Verner was the director of ...
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Hana Vymazalová
Hana Vymazalová, born 1978, is a Czech Egyptologist. She graduated in Egyptology and Logic at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague.Her dissertation focused on accounting texts from the ar...
Bedřich Hrozný
Bedřich (Friedrich) Hrozný ([ˈbɛdr̝ɪx ˈɦrozniː]; May 6, 1879 – December 12, 1952) was a Czech orientalist and linguist. He deciphered the ancient Hittite language, identified it as an Indo-European la...
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Karel Absolon
Karel Absolon (June 16, 1877 – October 6, 1960) was a Czech archaeologist, geographer, paleontologist, and speleologist. He was born in Boskovice.Absolon was the grandchild of paleontologist Jin...
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Jindřich Wankel
Jindřich Wankel (July 15, 1821, Prague – April 5, 1897, Olomouc) was Czech palaeontologist and archaeologist.Studied as medical doctor he came to work into area of Moravský kras (Moravian Karst, today...
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Arthur Mahler
Arthur Mahler (born August 1, 1871, Prague - died April 5, 1944 in Terezín Ghetto) was a Czech-Austrian archeologist. He was a cousin of composer Gustav Mahler.After completing his studies at the gymn...