Heinrich Schliemann


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German archaeologist who discovered nine superimposed city sites of Troy

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Mit Heinrich Schliemann identifiziert Kathrin Maurer in ihrem Beitrag einen weiteren historischen Kontext.
Heinrich Schliemann, excavator of Mycenae and Troy, came to Greek in much the same way.
Driving the book is Heinrich Obermann, Ackroyd's stand-in for Heinrich Schliemann (1822-90), discoverer of Mycenae, Tiryns, and the "Treasure of Priam" at Hissarlik in eastern Turkey.
The highlight of this episode seems to have been Moss's encounter and association with Heinrich Schliemann, who was excavating at Hisarlik, a site he claimed was the ancient city of Troy.
This has allowed the Pushkin Museum, for example, to hold on to the so-called 'Priam Treasure', bronze and gold artifacts dating back to Homeric times, which were dug up in the 1870s by the German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann at the site of the ancient city of Troy.
No hay parrafo en que no se descarguen andanadas de descalificaciones, a diestra y siniestra, sobre todas las formas de la vida religiosa: se burla de los milagros y los santos --incluidos Tomas de Aquino y la Madre Teresa de Calcuta-- y de los afanes de los arqueologos israelies por hallar --emulando los delirios romanticos de Heinrich Schliemann con los poemas homericos-- vestigios monumentales de la presencia de los judios en la Palestina biblica.
Indiana Jones-like archaeologist-adventurer Heinrich Schliemann in "The Hunt for Troy";
Tras 40 anos de minuciosas investigaciones, Salinas afirma que las peripecias narradas por Hornero no ocurrieron en la costa turca (donde el arqueologo aficionado aleman Heinrich Schliemann situo a Troya en la decada de 1860, inspirado a su vez en los trabajos del estudioso ingles Frank Calver), sino en la costa dalmata, muy cerca de la moderna ciudad de Gabela, en Bosnia-Herzegovina.
presents an annotated list of published works on the prehistoric archaeology of the Aegean world, written by archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann.
Heinrich Schliemann, of course, found the remains of Troy in 1871, and archaeologists have been working since then to confirm his find.
Fakery is a key aspect of his new novel The Fall of Troy (2006) whose central character, Heinrich Obermann, is based on the real Heinrich Schliemann born into an impoverished north German village in 1822.
Given the unreliability of the flamboyant Heinrich Schliemann and the sober reexamination of his extravagant claims of finding Priam's city, classicists long ago concluded that Troy VIIa was actually a sort of backwater--hardly the windy Ilium of Homer's hexameters.
Esto que acabo de decir es para mi una certeza, los arqueologos han quedado vinculados a las ciudades que exploran: puedo recordar a sir Arthur Evans descubriendo Cnosos, a Heinrich Schliemann con la mirada en Troya y Micenas, a Alberto Ruz viendo el rostro de Pakal en Palenque y a Eduardo Matos excavando las superposiciones de Tenochtitlan.
1) from shaft grave V at Mycenae is one of the most widely recognized icons of the Aegean Bronze Age, and it is almost universally believed that Heinrich Schliemann identified it as the "face of Agamemnon.
Heinrich Schliemann,considered the founder of modern archaeology and who discovered the ancient city of Troy,died in 1890 from a brain abscess caused by an infection that developed following ear surgery,Dr Hinrich Staecker said in Baltimore,USA.