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Winck·el·mann

 (vĭng′kəl-män′), Johann Joachim 1717-1768.
German archaeologist and art historian noted for his systematic study of Greek and Roman antiquities in The History of Ancient Art (1764).
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Winckelmann

(German ˈvɪŋkəlman)
n
(Biography) Johann Joachim (joˈhan ˈjoːaxɪm). 1717–68, German archaeologist and art historian; one of the founders of neoclassicism
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Winck•el•mann

(ˈvɪŋ kəlˌmɑn)

n.
Johann Joachim, 1717–68, German archaeologist and art historian.
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