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Blegen, Carl W. (Carl William), 1887-1971

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Personal name headingBlegen, Carl W. (Carl William), 1887-1971
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Variant(s)Blegen, Carl William, 1887-1971
Blegen, Karl, 1887-1971
Other standard no.Q552469
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeTroy (Extinct city)
Pylos Site (Ēleia, Greece)
Birth date1887-01-27
Death date1971-08-24
Place of birthMinneapolis (Minn.)
Place of deathAthens (Greece)
Field of activityGreece--Antiquities
Troy (Extinct city)
Pylos Site (Ēleia, Greece)
AffiliationUniversity of Cincinnati
Profession or occupationArchaeologists
University and college faculty members
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Found inWace and Blegen, 1993: p. 1 (Carl William Blegen)
LC in RLIN, 6-14-95 (hdg.: Blegen, Carl William, 1887- )
RLIN, 6-16-95 (hdg.: Blegen, Carl William, 1887-1971)
Troi︠a︡ i Troi︠a︡nt︠s︡y, 2002: t.p. (Karl Blegen)
Carl W. Blegen, 2015: page 1 (Carl William Blegen (1887-1971), archaeologist and professor of Classics at the University of Cincinnati (1927-1957); arguably, after Heinrich Schliemann, the most famous foreign archaeologist ever to work in Greece) page 3 (best known for his excavations at Troy in Turkey and at Pylos in Greece)
Wikipedia, March 7, 2017: Carl Blegen (Carl William Blegen (January 27, 1887-August 24, 1971) was an American archaeologist who worked on the site of Pylos in Greece and Troy in modern-day Turkey. He directed the University of Cincinnati excavations of the mound of Hisarlik, the site of Troy, from 1932 to 1938; born in Minneapolis, Minnesota; died Athens, Greece)
Associated languageeng