The Přehled výzkumů is a scientific peer-reviewed journal published since 1956 by the Institute of Archaeology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno. The first section presents original archaeological research of superregional significance with a focus on Central Europe. The second section presents a comprehensive summary of excavation reports from all licensed archaeological organisations in Moravia and Silesia. Since 2011, the journal is published semi-annually in print and electronic formats with a separate specialisation on prehistory (1), Middle Ages and modern times (2). The journal is indexed in the European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) and List of Non-Impact Peer-Reviewed Periodicals Published in the Czech Republic. Since February 2018, the Přehled výzkumů Journal has been included in the Scopus database of journals, indexed here from Volume 58. Since 2020, the PV articles are provided with a DOI identification.
Archeologický ústav AV ČR, Brno, v. v. i.
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ARTICLE – 30th January
REPORT – 30th January
ARTICLE – 30th June
REPORT – 28th February
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