Professor Dr. Gennadiy Borisovich Zdanovitch
Member ACES Competence Center (CC- Russia): Expert for Scientific Research – Archaeology and Ethnology, Specialist for Nature-, Landscape-Historic- and Archaeological heritage.
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native language is Russian
Borisovich Zdanovitch was born in Mahachkala (Dagestan), on 4 October 1938.
Russian by nationality (historical ancestors are Byellorussian, Polish,
and youth was spent in Alma-Ata (Kazakhstan), he graduated from the secondary
school and cinema technical college there. In 1965 graduated the Urals State
University (Ekaterinburg), and trained as an archaeologist. He gave lectures
in the North-Kazakhstan Karaganda Universities. In 1976 Defended the candidate
thesis in the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of (RAS,
Moscow), theme Sciences. “The Bronze age of the Northern. Kazakhstan”.
1976 Zdanovitch has been the head of the department (sub-faculty) of
archaeology and ethnology. At present he is professor of the Chelyabinsk State
University, the director of the
“Arkaim” Centre for natural, landscape, historic and archaeological
heritage, the head of the Bronze Age archaeology department of the Institute
of History and Archaeology of Urals department of RAS
1967 Zdanovitch has been supervising the archaeological expedition. Manor
centres of activities: Urals, Kazakhstan, Western Siberia, Ukraine, Crimea.
is author of more than 100 scientific publications on the Bronze and Early
Iron Ages of Eurasia, and of two monographs “The Bronze Age of the Ural and
Kazakhstan Steppe”, Ekaterinburg, 1988; “Syntashta: the site of Arian
tribes”, Chelyabinsk, 1997. He is also the organiser and the supervisor of
the museum-reserve “Arkaim”. He organized a number of international