Nekljudova Tatyana

Researcher Department of archeology of the Middle ages
and Modern times

Tel.: (+375 17) 378-28-54
E-mail: tatiana_stolz@mail.ru

Born on August 14, 1987. In 2010 she graduated from the educational institution “Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin “specialty” History. Religious Studies “, in 2012 — a master’s degree at the University with a degree in National History. From November 1, 2021 — postgraduate student of the State Scientific Institution “Institute of History of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus”.

Work experience:
2010 to 2021 She worked in the MC “Brest Regional Museum of Local Lore” as a researcher (2010–2012), a leading researcher (2012–2014), deputy director for research (2014–2021). From November 15, 2021 — Researcher at the Department of Archeology of the Middle Ages and Modern Times; since February 1, 2022 — the Department of Archeology of the Polotsk Land and Adjacent Territories; from November 1, 2022 — Department of Archeology of the Middle Ages and Modern Times.

Research interests:

  • Archaeological tree as a special category of archaeological finds;
  • Wood products and woodworking tools XI–XVIII centuries. on the territory of Belarus: typology, chronology (according to archaeological data).

Publications:

  • Nekljudova, Т. Das archäologische Museum „Berestje“. Die Geschichte der Musealisierung der archäologischen Stätte und die aktuelle Museumsentwicklung / T. Nekljudova, A. Baškov // Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia. — Rzeszów, 2018. — V. 13. — P. 441–462.
  • Неклюдова, Т. А. Этапы консервации археологической древесины из раскопок древнего Берестья (по материалам Брестского областного краеведческого музея) / Т. А. Неклюдова // «Музейныя здабыткі» : материалы I Международной научно-практической конференции «Историко-культурное наследие Бреста и Брестчины в музейных собраниях и частных коллекциях» ; Брест, 11–12 октября 2018 г., Брестский областной краеведческий музей ; редкол.: А. В. Митюков [и др.]. — Брест, 2020. — 300 с.: илл. — С. 261 — 294.