Arthur Evans

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Noun1.Arthur Evans - British archaeologist who excavated the palace of Knossos in Crete to find what he called Minoan civilization (1851-1941)Arthur Evans - British archaeologist who excavated the palace of Knossos in Crete to find what he called Minoan civilization (1851-1941)
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'Tough methods will solve the crime problem, turning prisons into hydropathics never will.' The paper quoted Police Federation secretary Arthur Evans as saying the force was weak in numbers and fighting crime with 'one arm behind their backs.' .' London and other major cities were in danger of being dominated by gangs organised criminals, he added.
"The irony is clearly we need more robust mental health system," said Arthur Evans Jr., a psychologist who heads the American Psychological Association.
1900: Sir Arthur Evans uncovered the ancient city of Knossos, Crete.
Earlier this year, the Mayor of Sefton, Cllr Dave Robinson, asked for help to trace the family of Arthur Evans, VC, ahead of a special event in his honour next month.
Knossos, despite Sir Arthur Evans' generosity with the concrete, is a major site, and the Heraklion Archaeological Museum's Minoan collections are unparalleled.
Creepy though this imagery may be, the inspiration for Fitzpatrick's work is not science fiction, but rather a cult historiographical text by author and activist Arthur Evans, whose 1978 book, Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture, argues that accurate accounts of gay culture are nonexistent due to systematic suppression by the heteronormative patriarchy.
It is surprising, for example, to discover that Arthur Evans, the celebrated archaeologist and scholar of Minoan civilisation was also, in between excavation campaigns at Knossos, an active buyer of paintings in the antique shops of Athens.
Arthur Evans and Catherine Evans argue that "Berryman strives to rival the peculiarly painterly exposition of an idea through a parallel reconstruction by means of verse.
When the British archaeologist Arthur Evans found the tablets in the ruined palace at Knossos, history was turned on its head.
He is survived by his wife, Taunya (Robertson) Midgley-Stafanski; his father Paul Stefanski of Smyrna, NY; his mother and step-father, Karla (Rancke) and Arthur Evans, Jr.
Almost nine years ago, the appointment of psychologist Arthur Evans Jr., Ph.D., as Commissioner of Philadelphia's Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS) marked the start of a huge effort.