Radoslaw Karasiewicz-Szczypiorski PhD

moc.liamg@iksroipyzczs.walsodar
tsarnowski


Interests: Roman Army, Roman Fortifications, Roman military Presence extra fines Imperii, Medieval Fortifications, Modern Fortifications

PhD thesis: "Chersonesus Taurica in The Roman Period". Department of History, University of Warsaw, 2003, under the supervision of Prof. T. Sarnowski



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Education and Professional experience:

1991-1996Master degree studies at the Institute of Archaeology (UW - University of Warsaw)
1993-1997cmember of a scientific project entitled Nymphaion - history and culture of the Greek polis (supervisor - Prof. A. Wąsowicz - IAiE PAN - Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology at the Polish Academy of Sciences)
1995-1996scholarship of the Ministry of National Education
1996Master of Archaeology (Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw)
1996Researcher at the Institute of Archaeology UW
1997training at the Laboratory Geolittomer (2-week stay at Nantes) interpretation of aerial photographs and satellite pictures
1997-2001post-graduate studies at the Faculty of History UW; thesis' topic: Tauric Chersonese and its rural territories during the Roman period, topography, architecture, settlement (supervisor - Prof. T. Sarnowski)
2002Junior Researcher at the Institute of Archaeology UW
2003PhD, researcher with the position of adjunct at the Department of Archaeology of Roman Provinces at the Institute of Archaeology UW
2007-2013Head of Expedition of the Institute of Archaeology UW in Crimea (excavations of Roman watchtowers in Sevastopol, fieldwalking in the Balaklava Valley, underwater surveys in Alushta, excavations of a Roman fort in Balaklava)
2012diving certificate OWD - PADI
2012-2014Adjunct at the Department of Underwater Archaeology IA UW
from 2014Head of Expedition of the Institute of Archaeology UW and the Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology UW in Georgia (site at Gonio - Roman fort Apsaros, Ajara)
from 2015Senior Assistant at the Department of Archaeology of Roman Provinces, IA UW
2016Habilitation
2017Prime Minister Award for excellence (highly valued achievements leading to the obtainment of the title - habilitated doctor)


Present research: field and underwater survey in the surroundings of Chersonesus (Crimea).

Excavation no. 1:

Excavation no. 2:


Wykopaliska Wykopaliska


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Professional experience in Poland and abroad during the Master degree studies (participation in excavation, surface and geophysical surveys):



Professional experience in Poland and abroad after the obtainment of the Master degree::



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