John Shelton Curtiss
John Shelton Curtiss (July 15, 1899 – December 27, 1983), was an American historian of Russia and historical scholar of old Yankee stock. Curtiss was a longtime professor of history at Duke University...
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Samuel Krauss
Samuel Krauss (Ukk, February 18, 1866 - Cambridge, June 4, 1948) was professor at the Jewish Teachers' Seminary, Budapest, 1894–1906, and at the Jewish Theological Seminary, Vienna, 1906-1938. He came...
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John Peter Oleson
John Peter Oleson (born 1946) is a Canadian classical archaeologist and historian of ancient technology. His main interests are the Roman Near East, maritime archaeology (particularly Roman harbours),...
Umberto Zanotti Bianco
Umberto Zanotti Bianco (22 January 1889 – 28 August 1963) was an Italian archaeologist, environmentalist and lifetime senator (1952–1963).
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Daniel Wilson (academic)
Sir Daniel Wilson (January 5, 1816 – August 6, 1892) was a Scottish-born Canadian archaeologist, ethnologist and author.
Wilson was born in Edinburgh and educated at the Royal High School. As a yo...
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Ricardo Velázquez Bosco
Ricardo Velázquez Bosco (1843 – 1923) was a Spanish architect, archaeologist and scholar.Velázquez's most notable architecture was erected in Madrid, buildings such as the Palacio de Cristal and the P...
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Antonio Annetto Caruana
Antonio Annetto Caruana (1830–1905), also known as A.A. Caruana, was a Maltese archaeologist and author.Born in Valletta, Malta, Caruana showed an unusual proficiency in the knowledge of classical lit...
Federico Kauffmann Doig
Federico Kauffmann Doig (born September 20, 1928) is a Peruvian historian and archaeologist.
Kauffmann Doig was born in Chiclayo, and spent his childhood and infancy in small localities of Cajamar...
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Kyriakos Pittakis
Kyriakos S. Pittakis or Pittakys (1798–1863) was a Greek archaeologist from Athens. He fought in the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire, besieging the Ottoman troops in the Acropolis...
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Catherine Namono
Catherine Namono is Uganda’s first female archaeologist who has earned a PhD. Her parents were Martin Wambwa and Joyce Apaku. Namono attended elementary school in Mbale, and Trinity College Nabbingo. ...
Carl Patsch
Carl Ludwig Patsch, also Karl Ludwig Patsch, Bulgarian: Карл Пач (September 14, 1865, Kowatsch (Czech: Kovač) bei Jitschin – February 21, 1945, Vienna) was an Austrian Slavist, Albanologist, a...
Karel Dežman
Karel Dežman, also known as Dragotin Dežman and Karl Deschmann (3 January 1821 – 11 March 1889), was a Carniolan liberal politician and natural scientist. He was one of the most prominent person...
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David Gibbins
David Gibbins (born 1962) is a Canadian-born underwater archaeologist and a bestselling novelist.
Gibbins was born in 1962 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, to English parents who were both acad...
Bjørnar Olsen
Bjørnar Olsen (born 1958, Finnmark, Norway) is professor at the University of Tromsø. He is a Norwegian archaeologist who specializes in archaeological theory, material culture, museology, northern/Ar...
Udo Recker
Udo Recker is a German archaeologist (M.A. University of Bonn 1995, Ph.D. University of Bonn 1999). He is primarily specializing in medieval and later archaeology but has an interest in south Asian ar...
Teodor Narbutt
Teodor Narbutt (8 November 1784 in the village of Szawry near Hrodna – 27 November 1864 in Vilna) was a Polonophone writer of Lithuanian descent, Romantic historian and military engineer in service of...
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Branko Fučić
Branko Fučić (September 8, 1920 - January 30, 1999) was Croatian art historian, archeologist and paleographer.He was born in Dubašnica on the island of Krk. After graduating at the Faculty of Philosop...
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Dimitri Bakradze
Dimitri Bakradze (Georgian: დიმიტრი ბაქრაძე) (October 26, 1826 – February 10, 1890) was a Georgian scholar who authored several influential works in the history, archaeology and ethnography of Geo...
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Ali Akbar Sarfaraz
Dr. Ali Akbar Sarfaraz is an archaeologist from Iran.He was formerly a member of the Archaeological Service of Iran.In 1962, Sarfaraz was a member of a team which excavated an Iron Age site in Yanik T...
James Graves (antiquarian)
Rev. James Graves (1815 – 1886) was an Irish clergyman, antiquary and archaeologist of the Victorian era.
A native of Kilkenny, James's father, the Revd. Richard Graves, kept a school in th...
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Niède Guidon
Niède Guidon ([niˈɛdʒi ɡiˈdõ]) is a Brazilian archaeologist who was born on the 12 March 1933 in Jaú, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. She has won international recognition and support for her strug...