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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| 1873: King Priam's treasure of 8,700 priceless pieces was discovered in Turkey by German/American Heinrich Schliemann. In disinterring it, he destroyed what was left of Troy.
1873: "King Priam's treasure" of 8,700 priceless pieces was discovered in Turkey by German/American Heinrich Schliemann. In disinterring it - having used dynamite to reach the levels he was interested in - he destroyed much of what was left of Troy.
1873: King Priam's treasure of 8,700 priceless pieces was discovered in Turkey by German/ American Heinrich Schliemann. 1919: Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Arthur Whitten-Brown took off from Newfoundland on the first non-stop transatlantic flight to Galway, Ireland, in a Vickers Vimy.
Heinrich Schliemann, a German pioneer in the field of archaeology and the study of the Aegean civilization in the Bronze Age, was convinced that Homer's epic reflected historical events.
Excavated by Heinrich Schliemann beginning in 1874, Mycenae was the ancient Greek realm of Achilles' Commander-in-Chief, High King Agamemnon.
Cline brings to life the personalities behind these digs, including Heinrich Schliemann, the former businessman who excavated Troy, and Mary Leakey, whose discoveries advanced our understanding of human origins.
1873: King Priam's treasure of 8,700 priceless pieces was discovered in Turkey by German/ American Heinrich Schliemann. In disinterring it, he destroyed what was left of Troy.
Then in 1870 German businessman Heinrich Schliemann set out to prove it true.
In 1870, German businessman Heinrich Schliemann set out to prove it true.
en vinculacion con los estudios iniciados por Parry y continuados por Lord) y evidencias arqueologicas (principalmente, en torno a las excavaciones llevadas a cabo por Heinrich Schliemann) que, al fin y al cabo, colaboran para una datacion mas certera de los poemas homericos.
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.
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 technicians.