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Andrzej Antoni Abramowicz

Andrzej Antoni Abramowicz was Polish archaeologist. Recipient Erazm Majewski archaeological award, 1998, Józef Kostrzewski archaeological award, 1999. Member Academy of Sciences, Art and Belles Lettres Dijon/France (correspondent), Lodz Scientific Society.

Background

  • Abramowicz, Andrzej Antoni was born on January 14, 1926 in Lublin, Poland. Son of Antoni and Jadwiga (Rosinska) Abramowicz.

  • Education

    • Master of Arts, University Lodz, Poland, 1952. Doctor of Philosophy, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1961. Docent, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1967.

      Professor, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1982.

    Career

    • Assistant archivist Archaeol. Museum, Lodz, 1947-1955. Senior assistant Institute Archaeology and Ethnology/Polish Academy of Sciences, 1955-1956.

      Adjunkt Institute of the History of Material Culture/Polish Academy of Sciences, 1956-1970, researcher, 1970-1974, supernumerary professor, 1974-1982, ordinary professor, 1982-1997. Retired, 1997.

    Works

    • Co-editor/editor: Inventaria Archaeologica-Pologne, 1958-1995. Editor: Acta Archaeologica Lodziensia, since 1994. History of Polish Archaeology XIXth and 20th Centuries, 1991, History of Polish Archaeology: The Beginnings, 1992, Things, Ideas and Masks, Jacques Boucher de Perthes (1788-1868), 1998.

    Membership

    Member Academy of Sciences, Art and Belles Lettres Dijon/France (correspondent), Lodz Scientific Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Gliding fan, reading, tourism.

    Connections

    • Married Maria Laczynska, January 14, 1956.
    • father: Antoni Abramowicz
    • mother: Jadwiga (Rosinska) Abramowicz
    • spouse: Maria Laczynska
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    Born January 14, 1926
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    • 1952
      University Lódz
    • 1961
      Polish Academy Science
    • 1967
      Polish Academy Science
    • 1982
      Polish Academy Science
    • 1947 - 1955
      Assistant, archivist Archaeol. Museum
      Lodz, Lodzkie, Poland
    • 1955 - 1956
      senior, assistant Institute Archaeology and Ethnology/Polish Academy Sciences
    • 1997
      retired
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