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Curtius, Ernst, 1814-1896

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Personal name headingCurtius, Ernst, 1814-1896
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Variant(s)Curtino, Ernst, 1814-1896
Curtius, E. (Ernst), 1814-1896
Curtius, Ernestus, 1814-1896
Kurtios, Ernestos, 1814-1896
Kurtius, Ernestus, 1814-1896
Associated countryGermany Greece
Associated placeGöttingen (Germany) Bonn (Germany)
LocatedBerlin (Germany)
Birth date18140902
Death date18960711
Place of birthLübeck (Germany)
Place of deathBerlin (Germany)
Field of activityArchaeology Classical antiquities History
AffiliationUniversität Göttingen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Berlin Königlich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen
Profession or occupationArchaeologists Historians
Found innuc87-32162: His The dike building of the Minyans, 1978 (hdg. on CtY rept.: Curtius, Ernst, 1814-1896; usage: E. Curtius)
LC data base, 08/16/87 (hdg.: Curtius, Ernst, 1814-1896; usage: Ernst Curtius)
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online, Jan. 22, 2014 (access point: Curtius, Ernst; other access points: Curtius, Ernestus; Kurtios, Ernestos; Curtino, Ernst; Kurtius, Ernestus; Curtius, E.; dates: 1814-1896; born in Lübeck, died in Berlin; archaeologist, historian; German historian, archaeologist and philologist; professor of medieval history and director of the Antiquarium in Berlin; member of the Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin and Göttingen)
German Wikipedia, Jan. 22, 2014: "Ernst Curtius" (Ernst Curtius; German classical archaeologist and historian; born Sept. 2, 1814 in Lübeck; died Jul. 11, 1896 in Berlin; father was Carl Georg Curtius, general counsel of Lübeck; mother Dorothea, born Plessing; brothers: Paul Curtius, pastor and theologian; Theodor Curtius, mayor of Lübeck; Georg Curtius, philologist and linguist; grandson was Ernst Robert Curtius, Roman historian; attended Katharineum in Lübeck, university study in Bonn, Göttingen and Berlin, doctorate and habilitation from the latter; appointed 1844 as associate professor, U. Berlin, and praeceptor for prince Friedrich Wilhelm, later Kaiser Friedrich III; married 1850 Auguste Besser, widow of the book dealer Wilhelm Besser; 1852 member of the Akademie der Wissenschaften Berlin; 2nd marriage 1853 to Clara Reichhelm; 1855-1867, professor, U. Göttingen; 1867, professor of archaeology in Berlin; several archaeological projects in Greece (Athens and Olympus); May 31, 1879 accepted into the order Pour le Merite for his scientific accomplishments;)
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