Herbert Bloch
Herbert Bloch (18 August 1911 – 6 September 2006) was professor emeritus of Classics at Harvard and a renowned authority on Greek historiography, Roman epigraphy and archaeology, medieval monasticism,...
Edmund Buchner
Edmund Buchner (October 22, 1923, Ittling near Straubing – 27 August 2011) is a German ancient historian and former President of the German Archaeological Institute (Deutschen Archäologischen Institut...
Gudrun Corvinus
Gudrun Corvinus (14 December 1931 in Stettin – 1 January 2006 in Pune) was a German archaeologist of the Nepal Research Centre in Kathmandu. Her father had a PhD in agriculture and her mother was a p...
Heinrich Bulle
Heinrich Bulle (December 11, 1867 – April 6, 1945) was a German archaeologist born in Bremen.He studied classical archaeology in Freiburg im Breisgau and Munich, where he was a student of Heinrich B...
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Émile Brugsch
Émile Brugsch (February 24, 1842, Berlin, Germany – January 14, 1930, Nice, France) was a German-born Egyptologist whose career spanned the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is known as the offi...
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Hans-Georg Stephan
Hans-Georg Stephan (born May 30, 1950) is a German university professor specializing in European medieval archaeology and post-medieval archaeology.
Stephan was born in Beverungen in the German st...
Andreas Furtwängler
Andreas Ernst Gottfried Furtwängler (born 11 November 1944, Zürich) is a German classical archaeologist and numismatist, and professor of classical archeology at Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Witten...
Reinhard Kekulé von Stradonitz
Reinhard Kekulé von Stradonitz (name at birth Kekulé, called Kekulé von Stradonitz only after 1889; 6 March 1839 – 23 March 1911) was a German archeologist. He has been called the founder of modern i...
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Hugo Blümner
Hugo Blümner (9 August 1844 Berlin – 1 January 1919 Zürich) was a German classical archaeologist and philologist.
Blümner studied with Otto Jahn in Bonn and wrote his doctoral thesis 1866 in Berli...
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Alfred Mallwitz
Alfred Mallwitz (2 October 1919, Berlin – 17 March 1986, Vaterstetten) was a German architect. From 1953 he was architect to the German Archaeological Institute excavations at Olympia, leading them fr...
Abraham Lissauer
Abraham Lissauer (August 29, 1832 – September 29, 1908) was a German physician and archaeologist born in Berent, West Prussia (today- Kościerzyna, Poland). He was the father of neurologist Heinrich Li...
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Erika Simon
Erika Simon (born June 27, 1927) is a German scholar of classical archaeology and professor emeritus of the University of Würzburg.
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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...
Wolfgang Helbig
Wolfgang Helbig (February 2, 1839 – October 6, 1915) was a German classical archaeologist born in Dresden. He is known for his studies involving the wall paintings of Campania (Pompeii).From 1856 to 1...
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Paul Alan Yule
Paul Alan Yule is an archaeologist at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (habilitation). He studied at the University of Minnesota (BA), New York University (MA and PhD) and Marburg University....
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Otto Brendel
Otto Johannes Brendel (born October 10, 1901 Erlangen, Germany; died New York City August 10, 1973) was an art historian and scholar of Etruscan art and archaeology.In 1928 he received his Ph.D. from ...
Marcus Junkelmann
Marcus Junkelmann (* Oct 2 1949 in Munich) is a German historian and experimental archeologist.
Junkelmann started to study history at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich in 1971 and in 1979 he...
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Adolf Schulten
Adolf Schulten (27 May 1870 – 19 March 1960) was a German historian and archaeologist.Schulten was born in Elberfeld, Rhine Province, and received a doctorate in geology from the University of ...
Friedrich Eduard Schulz
Friedrich Eduard Schulz (1799–1829, also known as Friedrich Edward Schulz) was a German philosopher and orientalist, who was one of the first to uncover evidence of the Kingdom of Urartu.
In...
Philipp J. J. Valentini
Philipp Johann Joseph Valentini (1828 – March 16, 1899) was an explorer and archaeologist of the Central American Pre-Columbian cultures. He worked extensively on diciphering the Mexican calendar ston...
Hans-Joachim Gehrke
Hans-Joachim Gehrke (born 28 October 1945, Salzgitter-Lebenstedt) is a German archaeologist.From 1987 until 2008 he was professor of Ancient History at the Albert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg, having ...
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Hayo Vierck
Hayo Vierck (born 5 August 1939, Bentheim; d. 16 March 1989, Reichenau Island) was a German archaeologist, who made a distinguished contribution to German Early Medieval archaeology through research i...
Gerd Weisgerber
Gerd Weisgerber (January 24, 1938, Saarwellingen – June 22, 2010, Recklinghausen) was an eminent German professor of mining archaeology. He was one of the first mining archaeologists of the world, who...
Wilhelm König
Wilhelm König was a German painter. A painter by profession, König was also interested in natural science. In 1931 he was elected assistant to the German leader of the Baghdad Antiquity Administratio...
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Edmund Kiss
Edmund Kiss (1886 – 1960) was a German archaeologist and writer best known for his writings on Tiwanaku in Bolivia.
Edmund Kiss was born in Germany 1886 and later studied architecture and claimed ...
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Otto Schoetensack
Otto Schoetensack ([ˈʃoːtənzak]; July 12, 1850 in Stendal – December 23, 1912 in Ospidaletto) was a German industrialist and later professor of anthropology, born of financial means. During an archeol...
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Ernst Curtius
Ernst Curtius (/ˈkʊərtsiˌʊs/; September 2, 1814 – July 11, 1896) was a German archaeologist and historian.
He was born in Lübeck. On completing his university studies he was chosen by C. A. Brand...
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