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Archaeological analogs for verification of container lifetime models for deep radioactive waste repositories : Final report of project TK01010040
Stoulil, J. ; Mukhtar, S. ; Lhotka, M. ; Bureš, R. ; Kašpar, V. ; Šachlová, Š. ; Pecková, A. ; Havlová, V. ; Danielisová, Alžběta ; Malyková, Drahomíra ; Barčáková, Ludmila ; Machová, Barbora ; Březinová, Helena ; Ottenwelter, Estelle ; Němeček, J. ; Němeček, J.
More than 200 artefacts from 15 localities were studied within the scope of this project. 4 localities were crucial, because those were pond beds with continual flooding. Soils at all localities were coarser compared to bentonites and lacked swelling ability. Pore solutions of the soils were very similar to bentonite pore solutions. They differ in cation composition, but anion composition was similar, which is more important for corrosion behaviour. The environment was not completely anaerobic, what influenced the composition of corrosion products. The compounds were oxides and oxohydroxides. Very low oxidation-reduction potential (fully anaerobic environment) is necessary for the formation of carbonate-based corrosion products, that were detected as major corrosion products in the previous lab and in situ experiments on another projects. Nevertheless, the oxygen transport was very slow and the contribution of aerobic corrosion was negligible compared to anaerobic corrosion. The evaluation of archaeological artefacts revealed very important factors influencing corrosion mechanism in latter stage of soil burial. Precipitation of corrosion products is a driving phenomenon for transport limitation and decrease of corrosion rate in the early stage of burial, while the ferrous species transport is limited extensively within the latter stage resulting in mechanical stress of inner corrosion products layers to previously formed corrosion products and subsequent cracking. This mechanical damage is repeated in the cycle. The mechanical properties of corrosion products are poor, they are easily deformable and very porous. The project has revealed a very important phenomenon, necessary for the right lifetime estimation, which would not be obvious based on the short-term experiments data.
Disabled people in prehistoric and early medival ages
Jokeš, Michal ; Bláhová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Malyková, Drahomíra (referee)
The theme of this bachelor thesis concerns with people with disabilities in prehistory and early Medieval Ages. It gathers and evaluates osteological data from sample of Czech archaeological journals, that may prove disability. It sums up current state of knowledge and mentions various examples of reflexion of disability in mythology, laws, literature and iconography of past societies and current ethnographical parallels. For further investigation it sugests evaulation of big cemeteries and emphasizes multidisciplinar aproach on the subject. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Disabled people in prehistoric and early medival ages
Jokeš, Michal ; Bláhová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Malyková, Drahomíra (referee)
The theme of this bachelor thesis concerns with people with disabilities in prehistory and early Medieval Ages. It gathers and evaluates osteological data from sample of Czech archaeological journals, that may prove disability. It sums up current state of knowledge and mentions various examples of reflexion of disability in mythology, laws, literature and iconography of past societies and current ethnographical parallels. For further investigation it sugests evaulation of big cemeteries and emphasizes multidisciplinar aproach on the subject. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Finds of Human Skeletal Remains within Settlements of Early and Late Bronze Age in Central Bohemia
Malyková, Drahomíra ; Bouzek, Jan (advisor) ; Stloukal, Milan (referee) ; Smejtek, Lubor (referee)
This dissertation aims to provide a survey of periphrastic aspectual constructions in contemporary European Portuguese. The research was initially conducted on periphrastic constructions in the two main Portuguese corpuses, the CETEMPúblico and the Corpus do Portugus, and was then followed by a semantic analysis. The main problem, according to the author, consists in the fundamentally different conceptions of aspect and the nature of verbal action in Czech and Portuguese. Given that the grammatical category of aspect has different contents in Czech and Portuguese, it is preferable to use the term aspectuality as a three-layer system of interacting categories of aspect, telicity, and the nature of verbal action. If the traditional Slavic aspect is to be expressed in Portuguese by other means at various levels of construction, Czech lacks a way to render the variety of meanings of Portuguese periphrastic constructions that represent the different categories of the nature of verbal action (Aktionsart). In the dissertation, aspectuality in Portuguese is considered a system of mutually correlated categories - aspect, the nature of verbal action, and the lexical semantics of the verb. In Portuguese, the category of the nature of verbal action employs specific means that can be separated from morphological means...
New Roman Period settlement finds from Prague-Kbely
Malyková, Drahomíra ; Bursák, D. ; Pecinovská, Monika
Presented rescue excavations took place in north-eastern part of Prague in the year 2007 within the parish of Prague-Kbely. Most of the features and artifacts belong to the Bronze Age and the late Iron Age. In this contribution authors focus only on the part of archaeological record that brought some evidence on settlement activities datable to the Roman Period. Approximately a half of the artifacts come from eight sunken features, the other part was found widespread in the wide unstratified layer, so any house or farmstead layout is hardly recognizable. Among the common pottery sherds that belong typologically to the end of 2nd-4th Century AD and bear typical signs of Germanic pottery were found also some finds of Roman-provincial provenience. Due to the small dimensions and absence of more detailed typological traces is hard to say something more concrete about these in Bohemia rarely found artifacts. Important finds also present the metallic artifacts, mostly from 2nd and 3rd Century AD.

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