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),...
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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Jan Peder Lamm
Jan Peder Lamm, born 27 October 1935, is a Swedish archaeologist. He received his Ph.D. in 1973 from the University of Stockholm for a dissertation about a Migration Period elite cemetery near Drottni...
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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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Tong Enzheng
Tong Enzheng (Chinese: 童恩正; 1935 – April 20, 1997) was a prominent Chinese archaeologist, historian, designer, and science fiction author.
Tong authored the textbook Cultural Anthropology and ...
Anselmo Banduri
Anselmo Banduri (August 18, 1671 or 1675 – January 4, 1743) was a Benedictine scholar, archaeologist and numismatologist from the Republic of Ragusa.Banduri was born in Ragusa, Dalmatia as Matte...
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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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Alfredo E. Evangelista
Alfredo E. Evangelista (1926 – October 18, 2008) was a Filipino archeologist.
Evangelista obtained his Master's degree in anthropology in 1959 from the University of Chicago under the Fulbright Pr...
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...
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...
Assaad Seif
Assaad Seif (born 23 September 1967) is a Lebanese archaeologist and coordinator of archaeological research and excavations in Lebanon, at the Directorate General of Antiquities in Beirut.
Educat...
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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