The collection of scientific works is dedicated to the eightieth anniversary of Prof. Mykhailo I. Gladkykh, a well-known Ukrainian archaeologist, prehistorian, teacher and world-class scientist. The issue of the collection is related to the field of scientific research of the jubilee - the interaction of human and the environment in prehistory. The articles are devoted to modern research and interpretations of living space in the prehistoric cultures of Europe, as a system of human adaptation to changing natural conditions. The proposed collection will be useful for anyone ...continue reading "Dwellings of Prehistoric Europe : social adaptations in variable environments. – Vita Antiqua №13. Collection of scientific works. – Kyiv: Center for Paleoethnological Research, 2021"
The collection of scientific works is devoted to modern research on the interaction of the natural environment and the prehistoric population of Eastern Europe. Particular attention is paid to the study of the impact of abrupt climate change in the early Holocene on the material culture and economy of the Neolithic and sub-Neolithic communities. The natural factors of social changes in prehistoric times are considered. The proposed collection will be useful for all who are interested in the prehistory, archaeology and geography of Europe - archaeologists, ...continue reading "The Climate Impact on East European Neolithic Societies. – Vita Antiqua №12. Collection of scientific works. – Kyiv: Center for Paleoethnological Research"
This volume dedicated to 75-th anniversary of the Department of Archaeology and Museology, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. The publication includes materials that cover current methodological issues of archaeological science, museum studies, the protection of cultural heritage and the functioning of these disciplines in the educational system. The proposed works were presented at the conference "Archaeology and Museum Studies in Education and Research", which took place on October ...continue reading "Archaeology, Museum & Monument Studies: educational and research aspects (VITA ANTIQUA 11). Kyiv: Center for Paleoethnological Research, 2019, 220 pp."
The collection of scientific works is devoted to contemporary research on development and interaction of prehistoric networks in the Holocene Europe. Chronologically, the collection covers the final phases of the Stone Age and the beginning of the age of early metals. Particular attention is paid to the process of Neolithization and interaction between different societies in Southern and Eastern Europe.
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This volume of scientific works dedicated to contemporary researches of the issues of environment – prehistoric societies interaction in Europe. The publication includes materials that demonstrate the interdisciplinary approach to the study of prehistoric sites. ...continue reading "HUMAN & LANDSCAPE: Prehistoric Archaeology of Eastern Europe. – VITA ANTIQUA, #9. Collection of scientific works. – Kyiv : 2017."
The issue is dedicated to the 60th anniversary of R.V. Terpylovskyi, Doctor of History, Professor, Head of the Department of Archaeology and Museology Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and the lead researcher of Department of Archaeology of Early Slavs Institute of Archaeology NAS of Ukraine. Articles cover a broad range of issues including historiography of archaeology and museology. Main ...continue reading "VITA ANTIQUA, №7-8. 2009"
VITA ANTIQUA. The collection of scientific articles #5-6. - Kyiv: VPTs “Kyiv University”, 2003. – 232 p.
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Fundamental changes in public life in Ukraine violated the traditional system of organisation and financing of scientific studies. There was a necessity to create new structures that could partially fill this gap. For this purpose, with the initiative of the Faculty of History of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and the employees of the Institute of Archaeology ...continue reading "VITA ANTIQUA, №1. 1999"