Tadeusz Sulimirski (1898-1983) was the Polish/British historian and archaeologist, researcher the ancient tribes of Sarmatians.
He studied in Lvov University , where he received the rank of doctor for his work in prehistory and anthropology. As a docent he was a lecturer of prehistory in Lvov Iniversity in years 1933-1936, and then he became a professor of prehistoric archaeology in the Jagiellonian University in Cracow.
With the outbreak of WWII in 1939 he left Poland and went into exile to the United Kingdom, where he became a secretary general in the Ministry of Education in the Polish government in exile in 1941
Since 1958 he was a professor of Central and Eastern European archealogy in the Archaeological Institute of the London University. When he was retired in he conducted lectures and seminars in many European countries in 1952-1965, and in many universities in the United States in years 1968-1969.
- Society of Atiquaries in London
- Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
- Polskie Towarzystwo Archeologiczne i Numizmatyczne
- Prehistoric Society London-Cambridge
Tadeusz Sulimirski is the author of many books and publications mainly in Polish, Ukrainian and Russian prehistory, and an expert on the ancient Sarmatians.