Petr Meduna, Ph.D.
Petr Meduna, Ph.D. (b. 1963) is an archeologist and historian. He graduated from the Charles University in Prague, and has worked at the Archaeological Institute in Most (1986-1996), and later in the Archaeological institute in Prague. He is especially interested in the Middle Ages, and the relationships between the social and natural sciences.
Hošek, Jiří; Meduna, Petr (2011): The metallography of knives from the medieval village of Hrdlovka and the burial ground of Zlončice, Bohemia, in: J.Hošek, H. Cleere, L. Mihok (eds.), The Archaeolometallurgy of Iron: Recent Developments.
The focus of the expedition and workshops in the landscape around the Most Basin is on current changes in the heavily industrialized landscape, especially with regard to the loss of historical continuity, the transfers of geological layers and social structures, and current discussions about the abolition of territorial limits, as well as the potential for further degradation and exploitation of the landscape by extensive open cast mining. …