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Evans, Arthur, Sir, 1851-1941

LC control no.n 80080436
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingEvans, Arthur, Sir, 1851-1941
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Variant(s)Evans, Arthur John, Sir, 1851-1941
Associated countryGreat Britain
Associated placeKnossos (Extinct city)
Birth date18510708
Death date19410711
Field of activityArchaeology
AffiliationRoyal Society (Great Britain) Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain)
Profession or occupationArchaeologists
Found inWWW 1941-1950, 1952: p. 363 (Sir Arthur Evans, born 8th July 1851) p.364 (died 11th July 1941)
The Slavs and European civilisation, 1878: t.p. (Arthur J. Evans, B.A., F.S.A.)
Late-Celtic dagger, fibula and jet cameo, 1915: title page (Sir Arthur Evans)
The shaft graves and bee-hive tombs of Mycenae and their interrelation, 1929: title page (Sir Arthur Evans)
DNB 1941-1950 (Evans, Sir Arthur John, 1851-1941)
Wikipedia, October 24, 2013 (Sir Arthur John Evans, FRS, (8 July 1851 - 11 July 1941) was an English archaeologist most famous for unearthing the palace of Knossos on the Greek island of Crete and for developing the concept of Minoan civilization from the structures and artifacts found there and elsewhere throughout the eastern Mediterranean. Evans was the first to define Cretan scripts Linear A and Linear B, as well as an earlier pictographic writing)
Associated languageeng
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