Khudyakov Alexey Viktorovich (January 8, 1974, Kazan, the Republic of Tatarstan) – Archaeologist. He graduated from the Faculty of History of the Kazan State University named after V.I. Ulyanov-Lenin in 2005.
From 1999 to 2012 he worked as a research associate at Bilyar State Historcal and Archeological and Natural Museum-Reserve. Since 2012, Alexey Viktorovich was a research associate at the Security Research Department of the Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Khalikov of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences.
He participated in archaeological studies of Bilyar, Bolgar, Kazan and other site in the territory of the Tatarstan Republic and beyond.
Academic Interests: Medieval archeology of the Middle Volga.
Scientific Articles and Publications:
1. Khudyakov A.V. New archaeological sites in the vicinity of Bilyar // Ethnic and state history of the Bolgar people. Abstracts of the Scientific and Practical Conference dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of A.Kh. Khalikov. Kazan, 1999, pp.17-18.
2. Khudyakov A.V. Studies of the Balinguz Toretsky settlement / / Archaeological discoveries of 2005. Moscow, 2007,
3. Valiulina S.I., Khudyakov A.V. Rare findings from Toretsk settlement // Middle Volga and Southern Urals: man and nature in antiquity. Kazan, 2009, pp. 253-256.
4. Khudyakov A.V. Carved bone ornamentation of Bilyar // Traces of centuries. Proceedings of the All-Russian Scientific Conference “Current issues of the archaeology of the Volga region and the Urals.” Kazan, 2011, pp. 92-94.
5. Paltseva D.U., Shakirov Z.G., Khudyakov A.V. Bone household items of the medieval population of Bilyar // Philology and culture. Kazan, 2012, pp. 208-215.
6. Paltseva D.U., Shakirov Z.G., Khudyakov A.V. Bone Armament and Outfit from Bilyar // Philology and Culture. Kazan, 2012, pp. 324-330.