The 1st annual expert seminar FORUM URBES MEDII AEVI was held on April 10, 2002 at the Technical Museum in Brno and it was devoted to the problem of systematic archaeological research of towns and medieval settlement areas in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia.
Information on the proceedings volume of the first seminar …
Luděk Galuška: Staré Město – state of research and processing of results
Lumír Poláček: Excavations at Mikulčice – fiction and reality
Jiří Macháček: State and perspectives of archaeological research at Břeclav-Pohansko
Ivana Boháčová - Iva Herichová: On georelief mapping and its relevance to rescue archaeological excavations
Jarmila Čiháková - Jan Havrda - Martin Omelka - Jaroslav Podliska: Archaeological research of the Prague town core – premises and strategies
Petr Čech: Forming of high medieval Žatec and changes of town plan during the 15th century
Jan Frolík - Martin Tomášek: Experience of archaeological excavations at Kutná Hora in 1996-2001
Karel Nováček - Radek Široký: Excavations at Plzeň (Pilsen) – tradition and perspectives
Eva Černá: New archaeological sources about the history of Kadaň – survey, characteristics and excavation results of 1994-2001
Peter Kováčik - David Merta - Marek Peška - Rudolf Procházka - Antonín Zůbek: Comprehensive research of medieval town on the example of Brno. Trends, methods, results.
Cézary Buśko: Archaeological and architectonic research at Wrocław
Branislav Lesák: On research methods at the historical town reserve of Bratislava
Richard Zatloukal: Methodical development of medieval town research on the example of Jihlava