Filozofická Fakulta
Ústav pro klasickou arecheologii
Ústav pro klasickou arecheologii

doc. PhDr. Peter Pavúk, PhD.


https://cuni.academia.edu/PeterPavuk

http://www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net/

 

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

25 October 2012
Habilitation in Archaeology, Comenius University in Bratislava

20 January 2006
PhD in European Prehistory from the Eberhard-Karls-University, Tübingen, Germany (“D”), awarded with Magna Cum Laude.

21 March 2003
MPhil from the Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic (“CZ”)

30 September 1998
MA in Classical Archaeology and European Prehistory, Charles University, Prague, CZ

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2013+
Associate Professor of Classical Archaeology, Charles University, CZ

2002-2013
Assistant Professor of Classical Archaeology, Department of Archaeology, Comenius University, Bratislava, SK

1998-2002
Lecturer in Classical Archaeology, Department of Archaeology, Comenius University, Bratislava, SK

1997-1998
Troia Projekt, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Tübingen, D

 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE

2013+             Pergamon, Kaikos Valley Survey

2007–2012      Mikro Vouni, Samothrace (GR), Bronze Age site

2006-2008       Metropolis - Bademgediği Tepe (TR), Bronze Age site

1995-2006       Troia (TR), Bronze Age, Greek and Roman settlement

 

GRANTS

2012-2014        Slovak Grant Agency VEGA 1/0924/12. Preparation of the final publication of archaeological materials from a long-term excavations at Svodín-Busahegy (main co-investigator)

2012                 Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung, Wien
FWF-D4340: Mittel- und spätbronzezeitliche Keramik Griechenlands. Die Sammlung Schachermeyr, Faszikel III (main applicant)

2011-2013         Slovak Grant Agency VEGA 1/0331/11. Archaeology of colonialism and cultural interactions on the interface between the Balkans, Anatolia and the Aegean. The Island of Samothrace and its habitation from Neolithic to Early Iron Age (main investigator)

2007-2009         Slovak Grant Agency VEGA 1/4533/07, Problems of the genesis and the culture-chronological relations in Central European Eneolithic and the Early Bronze Age in the Aegean (main investigator)

2006-2007         Austrian Science and Research Liaison Office Grant, ASO 05/06-BA-011, Grenzüberschreitende archäologische Phänomene Südosteuropas. Erstellen einer Internetplattform. Mattbemalte und Graue Keramikwaren der Bronze- und Eisenzeit (2.–1. Jahrtausend v. Chr.) in Griechenland, Albanien, der Republik Mazedonien, Bulgarien und Westanatolien (main co-investigator)

2004-2006         Slovak Grant Agency VEGA, Project 1/1211/04: Results of the Slovak archaeological investigations abroad: Neolithic tell-settlement of Galabnik in Bulgaria and scientific project Troia, Turkey (participation)

2002-2004         Slovak Grant Agency VEGA, Project 1/9092/02: Southern and Southeastern cultural influences and their manifestation in prehistoric and early medieval periods in Slovakia (participation)

2002                 Jan Hus Educational Foundation Grant CI 153 (main investigator)

2000                 Jan Hus Educational Foundation Grant, CIh 123 (main investigator)

 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

2011                 Michael Ventris Memorial Award, University of London (GB)

2009-2010         Research Fellowship of the Humboldt-Foundation at the Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte und Vorderasiatische Archäologie, Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg (D)

1999/2001+2004/05         Postgraduate scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) at the Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Eberhard-Karls Universität Tübingen (D)

1999-2005         Member of the “Graduierten Kolleg” Anatolien und seine Nachbarn, Eberhard-Karls Universität Tübingen (D). Travel-grants of the German Research Association (DFG) for short-term study trips to Greece, England, Bulgaria, Georgia and Turkey

 

ORGANISING CONFERENCES

22–24 May 2013   Computer Applications in Archaeology, XIIth Annual Conference, Kočovce, Slovakia. Coorganized with Dr. Tibor Lieskovský and Mgr. Peter Demján (Bratislava)

5 Jan. 2013          Minoanization vs. Mycenaeanization: Two Sides of the Same Coin?. Workshop organized for the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Archaeological Institute in Seattle, WA. Organized in collaboration with Dr. Eugenia Gorogianni (Akron, Ohio)

22 Sept. 2006       Processing and analysis of larger amounts of pottery from closed contexts. The use and limits of different statistic methods. Session organized for the 12. Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) in Cracow, Poland. Organized in colaboration with Dr. Barbara Horejs und Dr. Reinhard Jung (Vienna).

28–29 Nov. 2003   Aufnahme, Bearbeitung und Publikation größerer Mengen an Keramikfunden aus langzeitigen Grabungsprojekten. Bilateral Slovak-Austrian Colloquium organized in Bratislava in collaboration with the Österreichisches Ost- und Südosteuropa-Institut, Wien-Außenstelle Bratislava. Main organizer.

 

ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCES

Tübingen (Brückenland Anatolien 2000), Thessaloniki (EAA 2002), Wien (SCIEM 2003), Athens (Emporia 2004), Salzburg (MH Pottery 2004), Dolná Krúpa (Humboldt-Kolleg 2004), Bratislava (Južné vplyvy 2004), Wien (Lustrous Wares 2004), Troy (Pottery Workshop 2005), Athens (Mesohelladika 2006), Brno-Jelenice (PPA 2006), Krakow (EAA 2006), Chodová Planá (PPA 2007), Schleswig (AG Bronzezeit 2007), Mannheim (AG Bronzezeit 2008), Plzeň (Orientalia 2009), Hradec Králové (PPA 2009), Nitra (SAS 2009), Tübingen (EBA Troy 2009), Kopenhagen (Kosmos 2010), Trnava (Phenomena 2010), Istanbul (Nostoi 2011), Rethymnon (Cretologico 2011), Istanbul (DAI Netzwerk 2011), Volos (Ergon 2012), Istanbul (DAI Netzwerk 2012), Paris (Physis 2012), Seattle (AIA 2013), Rome (Anatomy of Power 2013), Kočovce (PPA 2013), Levice (Otázky Bronzu 2013), Pilsen (EAA 2013).

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

2002 +                European Association of Archaeologists (EAA)

2003                   British Institute of Archaeology in Ankara (BIAA)

2006 +                Slovak Archaeological Society (SAS)

2014+                 Czech Archaeological Society (ČAS)

 

LANGUAGES

mother tongue:                        Slovak

fluent written/spoken:               English, German

medium written/spoken:            Czech, Russian

passive:                                   Polish, other Slavic languages

basics:                                     Latin, Ancient Greek, Hungarian, Turkish

 

 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

 

Monographs:

•             P. PAVÚK – B. HOREJS, Mittel und spätbronzezeitliche Keramik Griechenlands. Sammlung Fritz Schachermeyr III. Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse, Denkschriften 439. Veröffentlichungen der Mykenischen Kommission 31 (Wien, 2012). 226 pp. ISBN 978-3-7001-7086-0

•             P. PAVÚK, Troia VI Früh und Mitte. Keramik, Stratigraphie, Chronologie. Studia Troica Monographs 3 (Darmstadt, forthcoming).

 

Edited volumes:

•             J. ŠUTEKOVÁ – P. PAVÚK – P. KALÁBKOVÁ – B. KOVÁR (Eds.), PANTA RHEI. Studies in Chronology and Cultural Development of the South-Eastern and Central Europe in Earlier Prehistory Presented to Juraj Pavúk on the Occasion of his 75th Birthday. Studia Archaeologica et Mediaevalia XI (Bratislava 2010). 622 pp. ISBN 978-80-223-2979-8

•             B. HOREJS – R. JUNG – P. PAVÚK (Eds.), Analysing Pottery. Processing – Classification – Publication. Studia Archaeologica et Mediaevalia X (Bratislava 2010). 324 pp.

ISBN 978-80-223-2748-0

•             B. HOREJS – P. PAVÚK (Eds.), Aegean and Balkan Prehistory. An online edited volume. www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net (Bratislava 2007: ongoing). ISBN 978-80-223-2376-5

 

Teaching materials:

•             P. PAVÚK, Kapitoly z egejskej a anatólskej archeológie (Bratislava 2012). 85 pp.
http://stella.uniba.sk/texty/PP_egejska_archeologia.pdf  ISBN 978-80-8127-059-8

 

Articles:

•             Between the Aegean and the Hittites: The Western Anatolia in Second Millennium BC, in: Stampolidis, N. – Ç. Maner – K. Kopanias (eds.): NOSTOI. Indigenous Culture, Migration and Integration in the Aegean Islands and Western Anatolia during the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age (Istanbul, in print).

•             Minoanisation, Acculturation, Hybridisation: The Evidence of the Minoan Presence in Northeastern Aegean between Middle and Late Bronze Age (co-author L. Girella), in: Stampolidis, N. – Ç. Maner – K. Kopanias (eds.): NOSTOI. Indigenous Culture, Migration and Integration in the Aegean Islands and Western Anatolia during the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age (Istanbul, in print).

•             Die Troas in der Mittel- und Spätbronzezeit (co-author C. Schubert.), in: E. PERNICKA, C. B. ROSE, AND P. JABLONKA (eds.): Troia 1988–2008: Grabungen und Forschungen. I. Forschungsgeschichte, Methoden und Landschaft (in print).

•             Dating of the Pinnacle in square E4/5, Dörpfeld Stratigraphy and Formation Processes at Troy, in: S. W. E. BLUM – S. ÜNLÜSÖY (eds.): Early Bronze Age Troy. Chronology, Cultural Development and Interregional Contacts. An International Conference held at the University of Tübingen (Springer-Verlag, in print).

•             Of Spools and Discoid Loom-Weights: Aegean-Type Weaving at Troy Revisited, in: M.-L. NOSCH – R. LAFFINEUR (eds.): KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th International Aegean Conference held at the University of Copenhagen, 19-23 April 2010 (Leuven-Liège 2012) 121-130.

•             Pottery processing at Troy. Typology, Stratigraphy and Correspondece Analysis: how do they work together. In: B. HOREJS – R. JUNG – P. PAVÚK (eds.), Analysing Pottery. Processing – Classification – Publication. Studia Archaeologica et Medievalia X (Bratislava 2010) 73-98.

•             Between the Aegean and Anatolia. The Shifting Character of Troy in the Middle and Late Bronze Age. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London 53-2 (2010) 128–129.

•             Minyan or not. The second millennium Grey Ware in western Anatolia and its relation to Mainland Greece. In: PHILIPPA-TOUCHAIS, A. et al. (EDS.): MESOHELLADIKA. The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age. International Conference, Athens, 8.-12. March 2006. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique Suppléments (Athens 2010) 931-943.

•             Provenance of the Grey and Tan wares from Troia, Cyprus and the Levant (co-author Hans Mommsen). Studia Troica 17 (2007) 25-41.

•             Grey Wares as a Phenomenon. In: HOREJS, B. – P. PAVÚK (EDS.): Aegean and Balkan Prehistory. http://www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net/article.php?id_art=5  (12 Jun. 2007).

•             New Perspectives on Troia VI Chronology, in: BIETAK, MANFRED (EDS.): The Synchronization of Civilizations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the 2nd Millennium BC (III). Proceedings of the 2nd SCIEM2000 – EuroConference Vienna, 28 May - 1 June 2003 (Vienna 2007) 473-478.

•             What can Troia tell us about the MH Period in the southern Aegean?, in: FELTEN, FLORENZ – WALTER GAUß – RUDOLFINE SMETANA (EDS.): Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms. Proceedings of the  International Workshop Held at Salzburg, October 31st-November 2nd, 2004. Ägina-Kolonna, Forschungen und Ergebnisse 1, CChEM 14 (Vienna 2007) 293-306.

•             Goblets, Schüsseln und Kratere – Die Keramik der Perioden Troia VI und VIIa. (co-autor Wendy Rigter). In: KORFMANN, MANFRED O. (ED.): Troia. Archäologie eines Siedlungshügels und seiner Landschaft (Mainz 2006) 231-240.

•             Aegeans and Anatolians. A Trojan Perspective, in: LAFFINEUR, ROBERT AND EMANUELLE GRECO (EDS.): EMPORIA. Aegeans in central and eastern Mediterranean. Proceedings of the 10th International Aegean Conference / 10e Rencontre égéenne internationale, Italian School of Archaeology in Athens, 14-18 April 2004. Aegaeum 25 (Liège – Austin 2005) 269-279.

•             Avaris, mínojské fresky vo východnom stredomorí a egejská chronológia – Avaris, Minoan frescoes in Eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean chronology (in Slovak, co-autor Drahoslav Hulínek). In: STUDENÍKOVÁ, ETELA (ED.): Južné vplyvy a ich odraz v kultúrnom vývoji mladšieho praveku na strednom Dunaji (Bratislava 2005) 42-59.

•             Troia VI and VIIa. The Blegen Pottery Shapes: Towards a Typology. Studia Troica 12, (2002) 35-71.

•             Das Aufkommen und die Verbreitung der Grauminyschen Ware in Westanatolien, in: BLUM, HARTMUT – BETINA FAIST – PETER PFÄLZNER – ANNE-MARIA WITTKE (EDS.): Brückenland Anatolien? Ursachen, Extensität und Modi des Kulturaustausches zwischen Anatolien und seinen Nachbarn (Tübingen 2002) 99-115.

•             The City on the Slope. Some Observations on Two-Dimensional Representations of Architecture in the Aegean Art. In: BLUM, STEPHAN   GABRIELE KASTL   DIANE THUMM   RÜSTEM ASLAN (EDS.): Mauerschau, Festschrift Manfred Korfmann (Remshalden-Grunbach 2002) 567-583.

•             Ein Terra Sigillata-Fragment der M. Perenii Tigrani Werkstätte in der Universitätssamlung, Prag. Studia Hercynia I (1997) 56-59.

 

Book Reviews:

•             Kalliope Sarri, 2010: Orchomenos IV: Orchomenos in der mittleren Bronzezeit. Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2011.09.31 (2011).
http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2011/2011-09-31.html

•             Barbara Horejs, 2007: Das Prähistorische Olynth. Die Spätbronzezeitliche handgemachte Keramik der Schichten 13 bis 1. American Journal of Archaeology 113-3 (2009).
http://www.ajaonline.org/pdfs/book_reviews/113.3/09_Pavuk.pdf

•             Donald F. Easton, 2002: Schliemann´s Excavations at Troia 1870-1873. American Journal of Archaeology 111-1 (2007) 161-162.

•             Kostandinos S. Christakis, 2005: Cretan Bronze Age Pithoi. Traditions and Trends in the Production and Consumption of Storage Containers in Bronze Age Crete. American Journal of Archaeology 111-2 (2007) 375-376.

•             Judith M. Barringer and Jeffrey M. Hurwit (eds), 2005: Periklean Athens and its Legacy. Problems and Perspectives. European Journal of Archaeology 9: 2/3 (2006) 306-308.

•             Litsa Kondorli-Papadopoulou: The Aegean Frescoes with Religious Meaning, 1996. Hieron IV-V (2002) 111-113.

•             Jürgen Schilbach: Elische Keramik des 5. und 4. Jahrhunderts, 1995. Eirene XXXIII (1998) 222.

 

Other:

•             Mittel und spätbronzezeitliche Keramik Griechenlands. Habilitation (Bratislava 2012).

•             Troia VI-Früh und Mitte. Keramik der Grabungen 1988-2002. PhD Dissertation,

Advisors: Prof. Dr. Manfred Korfmann, Prof. Dr. Manfred Eggert (Tübingen 2005).

•             Pottery Studies of Troia VI and VIIa. Its chronology and external relations, including a discussion of selected sites in western and central Anatolia. M.A. Thesis (Prague 1998). Advisors: Prof. Dr. Jan Bouzek, Prof. Dr. Manfred Korfmann and Prof. Dr. Joseph Maran

 

 

UNPUBLISHED CONFERENCE PAPERS

 

•             Survival of Middle Helladic Traditions into the Early Late Bronze Age of Central Greece. Paper held at the 4th Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece, 2009-2011 From Prehistory to the Contemporary Period. Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology of the University of Thessaly. Volos, March 2012.

•             Aspekte der Kontinuität und des Wandels im Westanatolien des ausgehenden 3. und frühen bis mittleren 2. Jt. v. Chr. im Lichte der materiellen Kultur. Paper held at the 5. Netzwerktreffen of the Wissenschaftliches Netzwerk des DAI Epochenwandel und historische Transformationsprozesse in Anatolien in Istanbul, November 2011.

•             Minoanization or Hybridization? Aspects of the Minoan presence at Mikro Vouni (Samothrace) in the Middle Bronze Age (co-authored by D. Matsas a L. Girella). Paper held at the 11th International Cretological Congress. Rethymnon, Crete, October 2011.

•             NW Anatolien in 2. Jahrtausend. Paper held at the Siedlung als sozialer Raum session of the 6. Deutschen Archäologenkongress, Mannheim, May 2008.

•             The Trojan Context of the imported Pottery. Paper held at the pottery workshop Fabric and decorative styles. Interregional interactions between Troia, the Aegean region and the coasts of Asia Minor in the Middle Bronze Age and in the Beginning of the Late Bronze Age, Troia, Turkey, August 2005.

•             Anatolian Gray Ware in Anatolia, Cyprus and Levant. Paper held at the SCIEM2000 Conference The Lustrous Wares of LB Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean, Vienna, Austria, 04-07 November 2004.

•             Elity zo Šachtových hrobov v Mykénach a "barbari" v strednej Európe. Hľadanie najmenšieho spoločného menovateľa (Shaft Grave elites from Mycenae and the “barbarians” in Central Europe. In search of the least common denominator). Paper held at the conference Juhovýchodné vplyvy v Karpatskej kotline. Bratislava, Slovakia, November 2004.

•             Troia im Gefüge der bronzezeitlichen Welt. Paper held at the conference The Humboldt-Kolleg: Trade, Journeys, Inter- and Innercultural Communication in East and West (Up to 1250), Dolná Krupá, Slovakia, 01-05 June 2004.

•             Early Troy VI: 50 Years after Blegen. The Current State of Pottery Studies at Troy. Paper held at the 8th Annual Conference of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA), Session: Ceramic Studies in the New Millennium. Thessaloniki, Greece, 25-29 September 2002.

 

 

INVITED LECTURES

 

•             Halle/Saale, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, January 2014

•             Sofia, St. Kliment Ohridski University, November 2013

•             Vienna, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, April 2013

•             Tübingen, Eberhad-Karls-Universität, November 2012

•             Ankara, Bilkent University, March 2011

•             Zagreb, Aegean Seminar, University of Zagreb, January 2011

•             Athens, Kapodistrian University, May 2010

•             London, Mycenaean Seminar, Institute of Classical Studies, December 2009

•             Berlin, Freie Universität, December 2008

•             Vienna, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, November 2008

•             Sofia, St. Kliment Ohridski University, December 2006