Heinrich Schliemann


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Noun1.Heinrich Schliemann - German archaeologist who discovered nine superimposed city sites of TroyHeinrich Schliemann - German archaeologist who discovered nine superimposed city sites of Troy; he also excavated Mycenae (1822-1890)
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In 1870, German businessman Heinrich Schliemann set out to prove it true.
Then in 1870 German businessman Heinrich Schliemann set out to prove it true.
Use of the symbol was discovered on site of ancient Troy by German archeologist  Heinrich Schliemann who theorized that it was linked to very early Europeans.
1873: King Priam's treasure of 8,700 priceless pieces was discovered in Turkey by German/American Heinrich Schliemann.
The once mythical city of Troy, described in Homer's famous Iliad and discovered by German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann in 1868, is brought to life through a spectacular production involving hundreds of artists and
Heinrich Schliemann is an example of what it means to be a researcher.
Heinrich Schliemann excavated which two famous ancient cities?
While reenacting this great journey, Freely uses many academic sources, from 19th century archeologist Heinrich Schliemann to Gregory Nagy, who is a professor of classics specializing in Homer at Harvard University, and some literary sources, ranging from Ovid to Alfred Tennyson.
1873: King Priam''s treasure of 8,700 priceless pieces was discovered in Turkey by German/American Heinrich Schliemann.
Hinzen told OurAmazingPlanet that the work is complex, as many blocks were shifted by amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann in 1884 and later 20th-century restorations.
It wasn't until the 1890s when Heinrich Schliemann excavated the pre-Greek cities of Troy and Mycenae that many wondered if the famous Greek myth of Knossos was true.
If the Time Team gang had beaten Heinrich Schliemann to excavating Troy, they wouldn't have attacked it with such vigour that they dug right through it, destroying potential significant artefacts, as some believe he did.