Mgr. Martin Hanuš, PhD.
Curator at Slovak National Museum – Museum of Archaeology
Curriculum vitae: Graduated (2005) and received his doctorate (2016) in Archaeolgy at Comenius University in Bratislava. He worked at the Monuments office of the Slovak Republic (since 2006), at the Slovak Archaeological and Historical Institute (since 2007), at the Department of Archeology at Comenius University in Bratislava (since 2012) and since 2019 is he working at the Archaeological Museum of the Slovak National Museum. He carried out and participated in archaeological research of medieval sacral sites (Benedictine monastery in Ludanice, Dominican monastery in Banská Štiavnica, Church of St. Peter and Paul in Holice, Church of St. Egidius in Hronský Beňadik), urban areas (Sankt Poelten, Bratislava – Vydrica), or research of classical and pre-classical Mayan settlement in Uaxactun (Guatemala). He gained research grant VEGA 1/0740/14 (Geophysical research of defunct Benedictine monasteries in Slovakia). Author and co-author of more than 20 scientific papers focused mainly on the periode of Middle Ages.
Head of editorial board
PhDr. Juraj Bartík, PhD.
Director at Slovak National Museum – Museum of Archaeology
Curriculum vitae: He graduated in archeology in 1983 and completed his Ph.D. in 2001 at the Faculty of Arts of Comenius University in Bratislava. Since graduating, he has been working at the Archaeological Museum under the Slovak National Museum as a curator and since 2003 as a director. He supervised the archaeological research in Báhon, Dvorníky-Posádka, Chorvatský Grob, Kaplná, Lozorno, Tisovec and took an active part in leading several other archaeological research excavations in the field. Since 2004 he has been a member of the editorial board of the SNM Archeology almanac. He compiled the Proceedings of the SNM Archeology Supplementum 9 dedicated to the memory of J. Paulík. He is the author and co-author of more than 50 studies dedicated to Bronze age settlements, fortified settlements and burial sites, also Various types of bronze industry and hoard findings.