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Lucie Vendelová Jirásková graduated in History and English at the Pedagogical faculty of the University of South Bohemia (M.A. thesis: The ancient land on the Nile through the eyes of Czech Renaissance) and in Egyptology and History and Culture of Islamic Countries at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of Charles University in Prague (M.A. thesis: The geographic horizon of Ancient Egyptians in the 3rd millennium BC). In her doctoral studies (since 2008), she focuses on the origins of the early Egyptian state and the development of administration in the Early Dynastic period. She is also interested in the development and further interpretation of stone vessels.
- “The reception of Ancient Egypt in the Collection of Emperor Rudolf II“, in: Johanna Holaubek – Hana Navrátilová (eds.), Egypt and Austria I. Proceedings of the Symposium, Prague 2005, pp. 71-79.
- “A few notes on the reception of Ancient Egypt in the artistic production of the Renaissance Czech lands”, in: Holaubek, Johanna – Navrátilová, Hana – Oerter, Wolf B. (eds.), Egypt and Austria II. Proceedings of the Prague symposium 2005, Prague 2006, pp. 79-88.
- “Ancient Egypt in private Czech and Moravian Renaissance libraries”, in: Johanna Holaubek – Hana Navrátilová – Wolf B. Oerter (eds.), Egypt and Austria III. The Danube Monarchy and the Orient. Proceedings of the Prague Symposium, September 11th to 14th, 2006, Praha 2007, pp. 133-144.
- “The Relations of Egypt and Syria-Palestine in the Latter Part of the Old Kingdom”, in: K. Duistermaat – I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean, Leuven – Paris – Dudley 2011, pp. 527-556.
- “Stone vessels of AS 54 at Abusir South. Preliminary report”, in: M. Bárta – F. Coppens – J. Krejčí (eds.), Abusir and Saqqara in the year 2010: Volume II, Praha 2011, pp. 1-18.