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Dr. Alastair Northedge, a British archaeologist who wrote a book about findings in ' Anah, wrote that the minaret is ' commonly attributed to the Uqaylid ( dynasty ) and the 5th / 11th century ( AH / AD ), though ... more probably of the 6th / 12th century.
Based on his accurate description of towns, cities and islands, as well as correctly naming various official titles, archaeologist Sir William Ramsay wrote that " Luke is a historian of the first rank ; not merely are his statements of fact trustworthy ... should be placed along with the very greatest of historians.
Forgotten for centuries by the outside world, although not by locals, it was brought back to international attention by Yale archaeologist Hiram Bingham III, who rediscovered it in 1911 and wrote a best-selling work about it.
Although authors such as Anne Perry wrote in the genre during the next decade, it wasn't until about 1990 that the genre's popularity saw a fairly quick ascent with works such as Lindsey Davis's Falco novels, set in the Roman Empire of Vespasian ; Elizabeth Peters's Amelia Peabody novels, in which the main character is not only a Victorian lady but an early feminist and an archaeologist working in early 20th century Egypt ; Steven Saylor's " Roma Sub Rosa " novels, set in the Roman Republic at the time of Julius Caesar ; John Maddox Roberts's SPQR series set during the Roman Republic ; and P. C. Doherty's various series, including The Sorrowful Mysteries of Brother Athelstan, the Hugh Corbett medieval mysteries, partly indebted to the hardboiled tradition, and the Canterbury Tales of Mystery and Murder.
* Thomas Ashby, archaeologist, wrote " The Roman Campagna in Classic Time "
Connolly wrote the music for songs such as " Pigs for Slaughter " and " Boot Down The Door ", and he went on to become an archaeologist and Middle Eastern adventurer.
Playwright William Goodhart was commissioned to write the screenplay, titled The Heretic, and based it around the theories of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin ( the Jesuit paleontologist / archaeologist who inspired the character of Father Merrin when Blatty wrote The Exorcist ).
An enthusiastic geographer, historian, philologist and archaeologist, he wrote numerous works, including Collection des inscriptions numidiques ( 1870 ), La Campagne de l ' armée du Nord ( 1872 ), Epigraphie phenicienne ( 1873 ), Essai sur la langue poul ( 1875 ), and Le Znaga des tribes sénégalaises ( 1877 ), the last a study of the Berber language.
Similarly, famous archaeologist Abbé Breuil excavated with Morlet and was impressed with the site, but on 2 October, Breuil wrote that " everything is false except the stoneware pottery.
In 1826 François Pouqueville, French diplomat and archaeologist, who wrote the Voyage en Grèce ; in 1851 Ernst Curtius the German archaeologist and historian who speculated about its location ; in 1879 Julius Smith, the director of Athens Observatory, issuing a study comparing the Aegeion earthquake which occurred 26 December 1861 with an earthquake which might have destroyed Helike ; in 1883 Spiros Panagiotopoulos, the mayor of Aegeion city, wrote about the ancient city ; in 1912 the Greek writer P. K. Ksinopoulos wrote The City of Aegeion Through the Centuries, and in 1939 Stanley Casson, an English art scholar and army officer who studied classical archaeology and served in Greece as liaison officer, addressed the problem.
Other investigators include in 1948 the German archaeologist G. Karo ; in 1950 Professor Robert Demangel, who was from 1933 to 1948 the director of the French School of Archaeology in Athens ; in 1950 Alfred Philippson, German geologist and geographer ; in 1952 Spiros Dontas, Greek writer and member of the Academy of Athens ; in 1954 Aristos Stauropoulos, a Greek writer who published the History of the city of Aegeion ; in 1956 the Greek Professor N. P. Moutsopoulos ; in 1967 Spiros Marinatos, a Greek archaeologist who wrote the Research about Helike and in 1968 Helike-Thira-Thieves ; in 1962 George K. Georgalas, the Greek writer ; and in 1967 Nikos Papahatzis, a Greek archaeologist who published Pausanias ’ Description of Greece.
He was also a pioneering archaeologist who excavated the leading sites of antiquities in Kashmir and wrote the definitive text on them.
Alfred Ritter von Arneth ( July 10, 1819 – July 30, 1897 ), Austrian historian, born at Vienna, was the son of Joseph Calasanza von Arneth ( 1791-1863 ), a well-known historian and archaeologist, who wrote a history of the Austrian Empire ( Vienna, 1827 ) and several works on numismatics and brother of Doctor Franz Hektor von Arneth ( 1818-1907 ).
This interpretation is now thought unlikely ; one modern French archaeologist wrote derisively of the name summoning up the image of " an aged general ... directing ... an assault on a mammoth ".
Johann Andreas Wagner ( 1797 – 1861 ) was a German palaeontologist, zoologist and archaeologist who wrote several important works on Palaeontology.
Attention was called to the site early on by the German archaeologist Hans Horkheimer, who wrote about Acaray in 1962 in the Peruvian magazine, Caretas, published in Lima.

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The archaeologist Michael J. O ’ Kelly, who led the 1962 – 1975 excavations at the site, believed that the monument had to be seen in relation to the nearby Knowth and Dowth, and that the building of Newgrange " cannot be regarded as other than the expression of some kind of powerful force or motivation, brought to the extremes of aggrandizement in these three monuments, the cathedrals of the megalithic religion.
After excavations in 1999 the archaeologist Patrick Darling was quoted as saying, " I don't want to overplay the Sheba theory, but it cannot be discounted ...

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More indirectly, Christie ’ s famous character of Hercule Poirot can be compared to an archaeologist in his detailed scrutiny of all facts both large and small.
Ludwig Ross, the German archaeologist appointed Curator of the Antiquities of Athens at the time of the establishment of the Kingdom of Greece, by his explorations in the Greek islands from 1835 onwards, called attention to certain early intaglios, since known as Inselsteine ; but it was not until 1878 that C. T. Newton demonstrated these to be no strayed Phoenician products.
Virgilio Canio Corbo, a Franciscan priest and archaeologist, who was present at the excavations, estimated from the archaeological evidence that the western retaining wall, of the temple itself, would have passed extremely close to the east side of the supposed tomb ; if the wall had been any further west any tomb would have been crushed under the weight of the wall ( which would be immediately above it ) if it had not already been destroyed when foundations for the wall were made.
This likely reflects its lack of prominence both in Galilee and in Judaea .” Strange originally calculated the population of Nazareth at the time of Christ to be " roughly 1, 600 to 2, 000 people " but, in a subsequent publication, revised this figure down to “ a maximum of about 480 .” In 2009 Israeli archaeologist Yardenna Alexandre excavated archaeological remains in Nazareth that might date to the time of Jesus in the early Roman period.
According to the archaeologist Marija Gimbutas, the entire area has thousands of river names that can be traced back to an original Baltic language, even though they have undergone Slavicization.
An archaeologist is working at a site thought to be from the medieval period, between the 11th century to the 16th century.
How confident can the archaeologist be in the date of inhabitation as fragments are unearthed?
The prominent processual archaeologist Lewis Binford highlighted the fact that the archaeological evidence left at a site may not be entirely indicative of the historical events that actually took place there.
At times the next feature or context to be removed in the sequence is not clear even to an experienced archaeologist.
The floor was covered in order to be protected and was studied again by Thiersch in 1901, Furtwängler in 1904, E. Sukenik in 1928, and finally by the German archaeologist Dr. G. Welter, in 1932.
" Alaric Hall has equated the Vanir with the elves, and Joseph S. Hopkins and Haukur Þorgeirsson, building on suggestions by archaeologist Ole Crumlin-Pedersen and others, link the Vanir to ship burial customs among the North Germanic peoples, proposing an early Germanic model of a ship in a " field of the dead " that may be represented both by Freyja's afterlife field Fólkvangr and by the Old English Neorxnawang ( the mysterious first element of which may be linked to the name of Freyja's father, Njörðr ).
The 2005 discovery by archaeologist Eilat Mazar of a Large Stone Structure, which she dated to the tenth century BCE, would be evidence of buildings in Jerusalem of a size appropriate to the capital of a centralized kingdom at that time.
Faulkner instead believed that Childe's approach to archaeological interpretation was not that of a Marxist archaeologist, but was instead a precursor to the processual archaeological approach that would be widely adopted in the discipline during the 1960s.
" The archaeologist Gregory Possehl said of the statuette, " We may not be certain that she was a dancer, but she was good at what she did and she knew it ".
Under King Evagoras ( 411-374 BCE ) Greek culture and art flourished in the city and it would be interesting one day when the spade of the archaeologist uncovers public buildings of this period.
Ludwig Ross, the German archaeologist appointed Curator of the Antiquities of Athens at the time of the establishment of the Kingdom of Greece, by his explorations in the Greek islands from 1835 onwards, called attention to certain early intaglio engraved gems, since known as Inselsteine ; but it was not until 1878 that C. T. Newton demonstrated these to be no strayed Phoenician products.
While " Tanpa " may be the basis for the modern name " Tampa ", archaeologist Jerald Milanich places the Calusa village of Tanpa at the mouth of Charlotte Harbor, the original " Bay of Tanpa ".
With rare exceptions, each member must be qualified in the field of conservation, and a practicing landscape architect, architect, archaeologist, town planner, engineer, administrator of heritage, art historian or archivist.
Even though he became a British citizen later in his life he can be accepted to be the first known Assyrian, Ottoman and Middle Eastern archaeologist.
There was also a project of proclaiming a Lusatian Free State, whose Prime Minister was supposed to be a Polish archaeologist of Lusatian origin-Wojciech Kóčka.
He was thought to be greatly influenced by Nicholas Marr, a Georgian archaeologist and historian.
During the late 1960s and into the 1970s, archaeologist Kent Flannery began championing the idea that Systems theory could be used in archaeology to attack questions of culture from an unbiased perspective.

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Leakey ) ( 7 August 1903 – 1 October 1972 ) was a British archaeologist and naturalist whose work was important in establishing human evolutionary development in Africa.
Today, Newgrange is a popular tourist site, and according to the archaeologist Colin Renfrew, is " unhesitatingly regarded by the prehistorian as the great national monument of Ireland " and is also widely recognised as one of the most important megalithic structures in Europe.
In 2003, George Cowgill an archaeologist specialising in Teotihuacán who had formerly espoused a mostly internalist perspective on Teotihuacán-Maya relations, summarised the debate, conceding that Teotihuacán had probably exercised some kind of political control in the Maya area in the early classic period and that left an important legacy into the late and epi-classic periods.
The primary advocate of the idea that the markings represent writing, and the person who coined the name " Old European Script ", was Marija Gimbutas ( 1921 – 1994 ), an important 20th century archaeologist and advocate of the notion that the Kurgan culture of Central Asia was an early culture of Proto-Indo-Europeans.
The establishment of the DUA with a small number of government-funded staff was greatly helped by public reaction to an important publication called The Future of London's Past by archaeologist Martin Biddle.
As the archaeologist Bruce Trigger noted, culture-historical archaeology " was a response to growing awareness of geographical variability in the archaeological record at a time when cultural evolutionism was being challenged … These developments were accompanied by growing nationalism and racism, which made ethnicity appear to be the most important factor shaping human history.
According to French archaeologist André Parrot, " each time a vertical probe was commenced in order to trace the site's history down to virgin soil, such important discoveries were made that horizontal digging had to be resumed.
Critique by Arthur Llewellyn Basham: Author of the first volume, Prof A. H. Dani is not only an expert archaeologist and prehistorian, but also an able Sanskrit scholar with a very important study of Indian palaeography to his credit.
Founded by archaeologist José María Soler García, it keeps the Treasure of Villena, the most important golden finding in the Iberian Peninsula and the second one in Europe, just behind that from the Royal Graves in Mycenae, Greece.
In his overview of archaeological theory, the archaeologist Matthew Johnson of the University of Southampton put forward four arguments for why theory was so important to the archaeological discipline, and therefore why all archaeologists should learn about the subject.
It has been called " one of the most important points along the Silk Road " by French archaeologist, Philippe Marquis.
Another important name in the history of the Museum is the zoologist, paleontologist and archaeologist Sven Nilsson, who brought the previously disorganised zoological collections of the Museum into order during his time as keeper ( 1828 – 1831 ) before returning to Lund as professor.
One important early reference to something closely resembling the blues comes from 1901, when an archaeologist in Mississippi described the songs of black workers which had lyrical themes and technical elements in common with the blues.

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