Prof. Dr. Miroslav Verner, DrSc.



   An Egyptologist and Archaeologist, one of most experienced members of the team. Since 1964 a member of Czech archaeological expeditions to Egypt. He tooked part in the UNESCO campaign to save the monuments of Nubia. Specialised in the history and archaeology of Egypt in the 3rd millennium BC. and teaching Egyptology at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague. Visiting professor in Hamburg and Vienna. A number of lectures and conferences in Europe, USA and Egypt.  


Selected bibliography

 - Abusir III. The Pyramid Complex of Khentkaus. Praha 1995;

- Die Pyramiden, Hamburk 1998;

- a Bareš, L., Vachala, B., Ilustrovaná encyklopedie starého Egypta, Praha 1997


- ‚Pyramid Lepsius no.XXIV. Notes on the Construction of the Pyramid´s Core’, in: Stationen. Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte Ägyptens, eds. H. Guksch, D. Polz, Mainz 1998;

- ‘Khentkaus I, Khentkaus II and the Title mwt ncwt bity ncwt bity (or: ncwt bity, mwt ncwt bity)’, in: GM 173, 1999, 215-218;

- ‘Excavations at Abusir. Preliminary Report 1997/8’, ZÄS 126/1 (1999) 70-76;

- ‘Who was Shepseskara, and when did he reign?’, in: M. Bárta-J. Krejčí (ed.), Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2000, Archiv Orientální, Supplementa IX, Praha, 2000, 581-602

- ‘Archaeological Remarks on the 4th and 5th Dynasty Chronology’, Archiv Orientální 69/3, 2001, 363-418.


See also http://www.ff.cuni.cz/win/~krejci/staff/verner.html