Pracownicy

Prof. dr hab.
Wojciech Blajer

Kierownik Zakładu

Prof. dr hab.
Jan Chochorowski

 

Dr Anna Gawlik

Adiunkt

Dr hab.
Marcin Przybyła

Adiunkt

Mgr Karol Dzięgielewski

Archeolog (n-t)

Mgr Urszula Bąk

Kreślarz


Doktoranci

  • mgr Jerzy Trzebiński
  • mgr Łukasz Oleszczak
  • mgr Armand Zyzman 
  • mgr Agnieszka Gil-Drozd
  • mgr Yevheniya Demchuk
  • mgr Paulina Kowalczyk-Matys

     

Chair of Bronze Age Archaeology

The Department conducts research into the Bronze Age and early Iron Age in Europe. Its staff carries out studies in the following fields:

  • Chronology and periodization of the Bronze Age and early Iron Age
  • Early and older Bronze Age in Poland
  • Great cemeteries of Urnfield culture
  • Settlement processes and structures in the Carpathians
  • Settlements and dynamics of cultural changes in the northern foreland of the Moravian Gate
  • Bronze Age and early Iron Age settlement structures in West Małopolska
  • Bronze relics and the cultural activity of Bronze Age and early Iron Age communities

  • Bronze Age and early Iron Age settlements in South Poland

  • Cultural links between the basins of Vistula and Oder rivers and the Carpathian Basin

  • East European nomads (Cimmerians, Scythians) and their pressure on settled communities in Central Europe

  • Nomads of the Great Steppe: the history and culture

  • Cultural change processes during the Subatlantic climate shift

  • Economy and construction in the Bronze Age and early Iron Age communities in Poland

  • Origins and expansion of cremation in Central and South-East Europe