Czech archaeology’s greatest discoveries
Where did the most famous Celtic head come from? Who was the Viking buried at Prague Castle? What treasures from the Bronze Age have been unearthed on Czech territory? Find out in Radio Prague International‘s new series. Together with experts from the Institute of Archaeology, we map the major discoveries of Czech archaeologists over the past century.
Prague Castle: From spiritual site to royal residence
The Přemyslid dynasty and the forming of the Czech state
Archeologists focus on burial rites to understand early Bronze Age Bohemia
Trade, beer and cannibalism: A tour of Bronze Age Bohemia
The Bohemian Druid whose bust became face of Celtic art
Czech Republic has Neolithic structures older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids