Mgr. Miroslav Bárta, Dr. (zástupce ředitele ČNEC)
and Archaeologist, taking regularly part in archaeological expeditions to Egypt.
He is specialised in history and archaeology of Egypt in the third and the
second millenium B.C. He has been interested in development of the non-royal
tomb during the Old Kingdom and in the social history. In the past three years
teaching at the Charles University in Prague and in Pilsen. Lecturing at the
universities in the Czech Republic and abroad as well, member of the
International Association of Egyptologists.
Sinuhetův útěk z Egypta. Egypt a Syropalestina v době Abrahamově,
Praha 1999 ;
Abusir V. The Cemeteries at Abusir South I, Praha 2001;
‘Serdab and Statue Placement in the Private Tombs Down to the Fourth
Dynasty’. MDAIK, 1998, 65-75, Mainz;
‘The Title ´Priest of Heket´ during the Egyptian Old Kingdom’. JNES
58,2, 1999, 1-10, Chicago;
‘The Tomb of Ptahshepses Junior II at Abusir’, Ägypten und Levante
X, 2000, Wien;
‘The Title “Property Custodian of the King” during the Old Kingdom
Egypt’, ZÄS 126, Lipsko 1999, 79-89;
‘The early Fourth and early Fifth
Dynasties at Abusir South’, in:
M. Bárta-J. Krejčí (ed.), Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2000,
Archiv Orientální, Supplementa IX, Praha, 2000, 331-346.