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us: Curtius, Ernst, 1814-1896



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    • us: Curtino, Ernst, 1814-1896
    • us: Curtius, E. (Ernst), 1814-1896
    • us: Curtius, Ernestus, 1814-1896
    • us: Kurtios, Ernestos, 1814-1896
    • us: Kurtius, Ernestus, 1814-1896
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    • found: nuc87-32162: His The dike building of the Minyans, 1978 (hdg. on CtY rept.: Curtius, Ernst, 1814-1896; usage: E. Curtius)
    • found: LC data base, 08/16/87 (hdg.: Curtius, Ernst, 1814-1896; usage: Ernst Curtius)
    • found: 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)
    • found: 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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