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German archaeologist who discovered nine superimposed city sites of Troy

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(23) There is nothing suspicious about the quantities of treasure found in graves IV and V, which might suggest that Schliemann "improved" them with additions of his own, whether items excavated elsewhere on the site or duplicates and forgeries.
Furthermore, the research on the relationship between cognitive gains, problem solving, programming, and the understanding of science strongly connects to the debate regarding how to understand the notion of transfer (Anderson, Reder, & Simon, 1996; Andersson, Reder, & Simon, 1997; Carraher & Schliemann, 2002; Greeno, 1997; Lave, 1988).
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.
He added: 'It is virtually unknown for an object of such rarity and value to come onto the open market, giving an opportunity -probably only once in a lifetime chance -for a major private collector or a leading public institution to acquire an artefact virtually unknown outside museum collections.' He continued: 'The discovery of this gold cup can be paralleled with the celebrated gold of Troy, excavated by the German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann in 1874.
Earlier centuries provide many examples of this species of man, such as Heinrich Schliemann in archaeology or Gregor Mendel in genetics, but the advances made by these people are often seen as a happy accident, since they come from no established tradition or regular place of endeavour, and are produced from no recognised theoretical base.
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(10.) Grave Circle A, which dates roughly to 1600 BCE, was unearthed in 1876 by Heinrich Schliemann, the notorious businessman turned archaeologist, who devoted the latter part of his life to proving that Homer's tales were based on fact--that the wind-swept Trojan plain and Mycenae rich in gold actually existed.
A twenty-nine-year-old German visitor named Heinrich Schliemann, many years before archeological discoveries in Troy would propel him to international fame, outran the fire from his plaza hotel to the top of Telegraph Hill, where he watched the city burn.
o 1873 King Priam's treasure of 8,700 priceless pieces was discovered in Turkey Heinrich Schliemann. In disinterring it he destroyed what was left of Troy.
Although the buried cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum had been excavated over a century earlier, the nineteenth century witnessed a succession of important archaeological events, which appeared to lend historical credibility to what previously were thought to be myths or fictions: Karl Richard Lepsius's excavations at Meroe, Heinrich Schliemann's discovery of Troy, Sir Arthur Evans's finds at Knossos, and Karl Gottlieb Mauch's purported locating of King Solomon's Mines in Zimbabwe.
All except the haunting anti-utopian "In Memory of Schliemann" depict the lives of Russian expatriates in the years before World War II.
You said Heinrich Schliemann learned Greek, and he studied books, so he knew where to look for Troy," Lawrence said.
But in the annals of archaeology it is also connected with the rich entrepreneur-archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann. Schliemann's excavations in the 1870s produced the celebrated "treasures of King Priam" that are now exhibited