The Complex World of the Boii Tribe in the Bohemia

Plakat Zbenes Boii Tribe FSCC Web

Predavanje The Complex World of the Boii Tribe in the Bohemia u sklopu kulturnog programa FOUR SEASONS OF CZECH CULTURE.

Zaštitna istraživanja na gradini blizu Týnec nad Labem u srednjoj Češkoj, otkrila su kompleksnu keltsku ekonomiju koja povezuje ne samo važne elitne lokalitete unutar Bohemije već i susjedne regije. Čini se da je jedan od glavnih putova tog vremena - Jantarni put - spajao Bohemiju i Moravsku čak i sa Eraviscima i Tauriscima iz sjevernog balkanskog područja. Drugi putevi, uglavnom uz rijeke Dunav i Labu, povezivali su ih s narodima iz zapadne i sjeverne Europe. Predavanje daje pregled kako je utjecaj Rimske Republike i politička situacija sklona previranju utjecala na stanovnike srednje Europe.

O predavaču:

Mgr. Zdeněk Beneš (Arheološki konzervatorski zavod Srednje Češke)

Zdeněk Beneš studirao je arheologiju na Masarykovu sveučilištu u Brnu, a kasnije na Karlovom sveučilištu u Pragu. Od 2009. doktorand je na Institutu za arheologiju Filozofskog fakulteta Karlovog sveučilišta u Pragu. Stažirao je na sveučilištima u Krakowu u Poljskoj i u Bonnu u Njemačkoj. Fokusira se uglavnom na rimsku arheologiju u Češkoj; posljednjih godina na temelju terenskih istraživanja također na kraj Latenskog razdoblja i na početak novog tisućljeća. Od 2012. radi kao arheolog na Arheološkom konzervatorskom zavodu Srednje Češke, gdje se prvenstveno bavi spasilačkim iskopavanjima. Od 2013. predaje i na Institutu za arheologiju Karlovog sveučilišta u Pragu.

Lecture The Complex World of the Boii Tribe in the Bohemia within the cultural program FOUR SEASONS of CZECH CULTURE.

On the example of results of rescue excavations at hillfort near Týnec nad Labem in Central Bohemia, we uncover complex Celtic economy, which connect important elite sites inside Bohemia and with neighbouring regions as well. One of the main routes of that time - Amber Road - seems to have joined Bohemia and Moravia even with Eravisci and Taurisci from North Balkan area. Another routes, mostly along Danube and Elbe rivers, connected them with people from Western and Northern Europe. How the rising impact of Roman Republic and quickly changing political situation influenced the inhabitants of Central Europe? That will be the topic of our lecture.

About the lecturer:

Mgr. Zdeněk Beneš (Archaeological Conservation Institute of Central Bohemia)

Zdeněk Beneš studied archaeology first at Masaryk University in Brno and later at Charles University in Prague. Since 2009 he is a postgraduate student at the Institute of Archaeology of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. He has taken part in foreign internships at universities in Krakow, Poland and Bonn, Germany. He focuses mainly on the Roman archaeology in Bohemia; in recent years, based on field excavations, also on the end of the Lateen era and the breakthrough period on the begging of new millennium. Since 2012, he has been working as an archaeologist at the Archaeological Conservation Institute of Central Bohemia, where he is primarily involved in rescue excavations. Since 2013 he also lectures at the Institute of Archaeology of Charles University in Prague.