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People

Head of Department
prof. PhDr. Klára Kuzmová, CSc.
Associated Professors
doc. PhDr. Vladimír Varsik, CSc.
doc. Dr. phil. Erik Hrnčiarik, CSc.
Assistants
Mgr. Lucia Nováková, PhD.
Mgr. Andrea Ďurianová, PhD.
Mgr. Miroslava Daňová, PhD.

External Teachers
prof. PhDr. Mária Novotná, DrSc.
Mgr. Veronika Dubcová

FORMER TEACHERS AND STAFF
† prof. PhDr. Jan Burian, CSc.
† prof. PhDr. Radislav Hošek, CSc.
† doc. PhDr. Marie Dufková, CSc.

prof. Dr. Werner Jobst
Dr. hab. Péter Kovács, PhD.
Dr. Elisabetta Gagetti, PhD.
PhDr. Ľubomír Novotný, PhD.
Mgr. Pavol Hnila, PhD.
Mgr. Ivana Kvetánová, PhD.
Mgr. Juraj Žembera, PhD.



doc. PhDr. Klára Kuzmová, CSc.

Expert on Roman Provincial Archeology. Participant in the research of the Roman frontier (limes romanus), the Roman pottery and stone monuments. Author and co-author of several monographies (e.g. Terra sigillata v barbariku / Terra sigillata in Barbaricum, with P. Roth, 1988; Terra Sigillata im Vorfeld des nordpannonischen Limes, 1997), as well as of studies and articles. She participates systematically on the excavation of the Roman fort at Iža (Kelemantia). In Trnava she lectures on Archaeology of Roman Provinces and Methods and Techniques of the Theoretical and Field Archaeology. She leads seminars and consults graduation theses with her students.


doc. Dr. phil. Erik Hrnčiarik, PhD.
One of the first Classical Archaeology graduates from the Trnava University. He finished his PhD thesis at the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg, Germany. He specializes in Classical and Roman Provincial Archaeology and participates in research projects and excavations of the Department of Classical Archaeology. Author of the monography Römische Importe in der Slowakei. Herstellung, Funktion und Export römischer Manufakturerzeugnisse aus den westeuropäischen Provinzen in das Markomannen- und Quadengebiet nördlich der Donau, Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie 202. Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt, Bonn. 2011.


doc. PhDr. Vladimír Varsik, CSc.
Employed by the Archaeological Institute of the Academy of Science in Nitra. At the Department of Classical Archaeology lectures he on Slovakia and Roman Empire. He led several extensive excavations of Germanic (Veľký Meder, Bratislava-Trnávka, Beckov) and Roman Provincial settlements (Bratislava-Rusovce). He focuses on the research of the Roman fort of Gerulata (Das römische Kastell von Rusovce-Gerulata. Jahrbuch RGZM 43, 1996). At the present time, he deals with settlements of Quadi in the territory of Slovakia (Veľký Meder und Bratislava-Trnávka: zwei germanische Siedlungen im Vorfeld des pannonischen Limes. Anodos – Suppl. 3, Trnava 2003).


prof. PhDr. Mária Novotná, CSc.
Prominent expert on the topic of the European Bronze Age. Author of the monographies Die Bronzehortfunde in der Slowakei (1970), Die Äxte und Beile in der Slowakei (1970), Die Nadeln in der Slowakei (1980), Halsringe und Diademe in der Slowakei (1984), Die Bronzegefässe in der Slowakei (1991), Die Fibeln in der Slowakei (1991), Die Sicheln in der slowakei (with V. Furmánek, 2006), Svedectvá predkov / Testimonies of Predecessors (1994), academic scripts Minojská a mykénska civilizácia / Minoan and Mycaean Civilisation (1983), Etruskovia / Etruscans (1984), Skýti / Scythians (co-author B. Novotný, 1990, 1995) and numerous studies. At the Department of Classical Archaeology at the Trnava University lectures she on Ancient History, Review of Prehistoric Development and Archaeology of Peripheral Regions of the Ancient World.


Mgr. Miroslava Daňová, PhD.
One of the first Classical Archaeology graduates from the Trnava University. She finished her PhD thesis at the same Department in 2012. She specializes in Roman Jewelry; Classical and Roman Provincial Archaeology and participates in research projects and organizing activities of the Department of Classical Archaeology. Since 2016 she is part of Slovak team for survey and protection of underwater archaeoogical heritage in Slovakia.


Mgr. Lucia Nováková, PhD.
She is graduate from the Trnava University a finished her PhD thesis at the same Department in 2012. She specializes in Ancient Greece – Funeral Architecture and participates in research projects, editorial and organizing activities of the Department of Classical Archaeology. Author of the monography Tombs and burial customs in the Hellenistic Karia, Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie 282. Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt, Bonn. 2016.


Mgr. Andrea Ďurianová, PhD.
She is graduate from the Trnava University a finished her PhD thesis at the same Department in 2011. She specializes in Roman Period (militaria and terra sigillata), Classical and Roman Provincial Archaeology and participates in research projects, editorial and organizing activities of the Department of Classical Archaeology.