Sadriev Nail Ravilevich (February 19, 1990, Kazan, TASSR) – Research Associate at the Museum of Archaeology of the Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Khalikov of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences. In 2012, he graduated from Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University with a qualification of a teacher of history with a speciality in history. In the same year he entered the postgraduate school of the Institute of History named after Sh. Mardzhani with a specialty of archaeology. In 2015, he completed the study program under the supervision of A.G. Sitdikov.
Since 2009, he worked as a Seasonal Digger at the National Center for Archaeological Research at the Institute of History named after Sh. Mardzhani for the position of Laboratory Research Associate. Since January 2013, he worked as a Laboratory Research Associate. In April 2014 has was transferred to the position of a Junior Research Associate at the Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Khalikov. Since 2016, he was a Research Associate responsible for the accounting of museum funds.
He has participated in archaeological studies conducted in the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan, the Russian Federation (Samosdelskoye settlement, Selitrennoye settlement, Srostki barrow burial grounds), and the Republic of Belarus (Minskoye Zamchishche).
Academic interests: medieval archaeology of the Middle Volga region (Golden Horde, Kazan Khanate).
Main Scientific Works and Publications:
- History of the Study of the Urban Development of Khan’s Kazan // The Volga River Region Archaeology, 2016, No.42, pp. 161-172.
- Residential and Household Buildings of the Kazan Khanate Period (Based on Materials of Archaeological Studies Conducted in the Territory of the Kazan Kremlin in 1971-1978) // 7th Khalikov Readings: Medieval Archaeological Monuments of the Volga Region and the Urals: Problems of Research, Conservation and Museification. Proceedings of the All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference Dedicated to the 50th Anniversary of Bilyar Archaeological Expedition. Series “Archaeology of the Eurasian Steppes”, 2017, pp. 320-323.