Mgr. Jaromír Krejčí, Ph.D.
Krejčí, Egyptologist with experience in archaeological work in Egypt. He
takes part in the archaeological excavations in Egypt since 1991; since 1993
member of the Czech Institute of Egyptology. In his works, he specializes in
solving of the problems of Egyptian Archaeology and History of the 3rd and 2nd
Mill. BC., generally, he also concentrates on the development
of Egyptian Architecture. In this connection, he surveys the possibilities of
three-dimensional computer visualisations of ancient Egyptian monuments. He has
some lecturing experiences at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University and at the
Faculty of Music, Academy of Fine Arts, Prague. He also lectures in the Czech
Republic and abroad for the specialists and the general audience as well. He is
member of the International Association of Egyptologists.
‘Eine Lehmziegelwerkstatt aus dem Alten Reich in Abusir’. GM
148, 1995, 63-69;
‘The Shaft Tomb of Iufaa at Abusir Opened After 2600 Years’. Minerva,
May/June 1998, 3-4;
‘Some Remarks to the Title of Overseer of Works during the Old Kingdom’,
Ägypten und Levante 10, 2000;
‘The origins and the development
of the royal necropolis at Abusir during the Old Kingdom’, in:
M. Bárta-J. Krejčí (ed.), Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2000,
Archiv Orientální, Supplementa IX, Praha, 2000, 467-484.