Czech Republic Culture History and Archaeology
Mladec Cave - What is Mladec Cave
The Upper Paleolithic cave site of Mladec in the Czech Republic contains modern human remains, Mladec-type projectile points, bone artifacts and other artifacts in a European site that would otherwise be assigned to the Aurignacian period of Europe; except that it lacks typical Aurignacian stone tools
Dolni Vestonice (Czech Republic)
The Gravettian site of Dolní Vĕstonice, eastern Czech Republic, is located near the modern town of Brno in the region of Moravia.
Institute of Archaeology AS CR Brno
The Institute of Archaeology at Brno conducts work in the Czech Republic, particularly at the Pavlovian sites of Dolni Vestonice and Pavlov.
Early Bronze Age to Early Iron Age "urnfield" culture of Bohemia.
Mladec Cave (Czech Republic)
The Czech Republic cave site of Mladec contains modern human remains, Mladec-type projectile points and other artifacts in a European site that would otherwise be assigned to the Aurignacian period of Europe; except that it lacks typical Aurignacian artifacts.
Pohanska (Czech Republic)
The Czech Republic site of Pohanska includes the remains of a lordly dwelling of the 9th century AD located near Brno.
Portals on the World: Czech Republic
From the US Library of Congress, facts, figures, and other information about the Czech Republic.
PredmostÃ is an early modern human Upper Paleolithic site, located in the...
PredmostÃ is an early modern human Upper Paleolithic site, located in the Moravian region of what is today the Czech Republic. The site consists of three separate sites, clustered around two limestone formations of the southern entrance of the Moravian Gate.
The Institute of Archaeology and Museology
Masaryk University, research in Prehistory and Early Mediaeval history of Europe, and mainly on Central Europe
Velim Skalka is a large Bronze Age enclosure in Eastern Bohemia; a report on recent work by the University of Exeter.