RE: [sig] Czech Knowledge Page
- As the old maintainer of the Czech Knowledge Site, I still have the
files if someone else wants to maintain it. The place I was hosting it
lost it several times, so I was looking for a new place to host it and
then life exploded. I just don't have enough time to devote to it
anymore. I'd love to see a Czech Knowledge page put back up.
From: Megan / Darja z Praze [mailto:inner_kitten@...]
Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 2:29 PM
Subject: [sig] Czech Knowledge Page
I would love to peruse a Czech knowledge site, as I noticed that all the
links are broken or old...
I don't know a thing about web pages, or I'd put up one with the limited
knowledge I have. It would be a good way to get me to do some research.
Maybe this summer... after classes end.
Anyway, if you put one up, Isabella, I would love to see it.
mejte moc hezky
(czech for "have a good one" more or less)
Darja z Praze
- I actually have a "skeleton" page up at:
with a few links and stuff, but it's a mess (there's
an "under heavy construction" warning label on it
:-)). I wouldn't mind having those old files. I've got
bits and pieces of stuff.
--- Kate Rayburn <anezka@...> wrote:
> As the old maintainer of the Czech Knowledge Site, I=====
> still have the
> files if someone else wants to maintain it. The
> place I was hosting it
> lost it several times, so I was looking for a new
> place to host it and
> then life exploded. I just don't have enough time
> to devote to it
> anymore. I'd love to see a Czech Knowledge page put
> back up.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Megan / Darja z Praze
> Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 2:29 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [sig] Czech Knowledge Page
> I would love to peruse a Czech knowledge site, as I
> noticed that all the
> links are broken or old...
> I don't know a thing about web pages, or I'd put up
> one with the limited
> knowledge I have. It would be a good way to get me
> to do some research.
> Maybe this summer... after classes end.
> Anyway, if you put one up, Isabella, I would love to
> see it.
> mejte moc hezky
> (czech for "have a good one" more or less)
> Darja z Praze
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- Please join the -Trypillian Civilization Tour- this
summer. To this date we have booked a small group of
people, but still have a few places left. Below is a
description of the tour.
* * *
A unique look at Ukrainian history and archeology is
made possible by an American-Ukrainian organization
Kolos Corp.; who is organizing a tour to Ukraine,
focusing on the ancient "Trypilska Kultura", this
The "Ancient Trypillian Civilization - 7000 years ago"
Tour, allows one to visit the most important museum
collections of Trypillian artifacts and relics, as
well as places of existing excavation of Trypillian
settlements. People will also be able to visit the
Scientific Fund of the Institute of Archeology which
is not mortally open to the public.
The experienced historian and archeologist Dr.
Mykhailo Videiko will lead the expedition. Dr. M.
Videiko has a PhD in history and archeology, and is a
Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Archeology of the
National Academy of Science of Ukraine. He is also the
Vice-president of the Dyvich-Hora International Fund,
which protects and researches the Trypillian culture.
Day-1. Arrive Kyiv.
Day-2. Kyiv History Museum with archeologist Dr
Day-3. Uman. The largest settlement of theTrypillia
civilization - Maidanets. Overnight in Museum Hotel,
Day-4. Sofiyivka Park (18th c.). Kamianets-Podilsky
via Nemyriv, Vinnitsa, Khmelsnitskyi).
Day-5. Old city of Kamianets-Podilsky on the Dnister
River bank (including the ancient fortress of
Day-6. Excursions to Zhvanets and Khotin fortresses,
on the way to Chernivtsi.
Day-7. Chernivtsi, the "Market City".
Day-8. Return trip to Kyiv.
Day-9. Andryivsky Uzviz. Visit the Scientific
Archeological Fund to see the fascinating collections
of famous Trypilllian vessels and figurines. Visit
'Kolo-Ra' studio, to see how the ancient ceramics were
made, and have a go at it yourself.
Day-10. Celebrate the sacred Ivana Kupalo Eve on the
Dnipro River bank, in the ancient village of Vitachiv.
Day-11. Free time in Kyiv, before bus transfer to
The 11-day tour will run from Thursday 27th June 2001
- Sunday 7th July 2002. The cost is US$1100. If you
would like further information, you can contact Nick
Ponomarenko in the United States (either directly or
through your travel agent) on:
There is s website that has more information on the
Trypilska cultura in general and the tour:
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