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Amelung, Walther

(423 words)

Author(s): Diebner, Sylvia
Dt. Klass. Archäologe. Geb. am 15. 10. 1865 in Stettin, gest. am 12. 9. 1927 in Bad Nauheim. Schulbesuch in Stettin; 1884–1888 Studium der Klass. Alt.wiss in Tübingen, Leipzig und München; 1888 Prom. ebda.; danach zwei Jahre Schauspieler in München und Berlin. 1891–1893 ausgedehnte Reisen im Mittelmeergebiet; ab 1895 Privatgelehrter in Rom. 1916–1921 kriegsbedingt in Berlin; 1921–1927 Erster Direktor des DAI Rom. Werdegang, Werk und Wirkung A., aus begüterter, kunstinteressierter Familie stammend, wurde 1888 bei Heinrich von Brunn promoviert [1]. Während d…

Curtius, Ludwig

(498 words)

Author(s): Diebner, Sylvia | Graepler, Daniel
Dt. Klass. Archäologe. Geb. am 13. 12. 1874 in Augsburg, gest. am 10. 4. 1954 in Rom. 1894–1897 Studium von Jura und Nationalökonomie in München und Berlin; ab 1897 Studium der Klass. Archäologie in München und Rom; 1902 Prom. in München; 1907 Habil. ebda. 1908 Kustos am Antikenmuseum in München; 1908 ao.Prof. , 1913 o.Prof. in Erlangen. Teilnahme am Ersten Weltkrieg als Kriegsfreiwilliger und Offizier. 1918 o.Prof. in Freiburg; 1920–1927 o.Prof. in Heidelberg; 1928–1937 Erster Direktor des DAI Rom; 1937 Zwangspensionierung; bis zum Lebensende in Rom wohnhaft. 1952 Orden Pour le…

Amelung, Walther

(465 words)

Author(s): Diebner, Sylvia
German classical archaeologist. Born 15. 10. 1865 in Stettin (now Szczecin), died 12. 9. 1927 in Bad Nauheim. Attended school in Stettin; 1884–1888 studied classics at Tübingen, Leipzig and Munich; 1888 doctorate at Munich; worked for two years as an actor in Munich and Berlin. 1891–1893 extensive travels in Mediterranean region; from 1895 private scholar in Rome. 1916–1921 in Berlin because of war; 1921–1927 first director of the DAI in Rome. Background, work and influence A., who came from a wealthy, artistic family, was awarded his doctorate in 1888 by Heinrich von …

Curtius, Ludwig

(557 words)

Author(s): Diebner, Sylvia | Graepler, Daniel
German classical archaeologist. Born 13. 12. 1874 in Augsburg, died Rome 10. 4. 1954. 1894–1897 studied law and economics at Munich and Berlin. From 1897, studied classical archaeology at Munich and Rome. 1902 doctorate at Munich, 1907 habil. there. 1908 curator of the museum of antiquities at Munich. 1908 prof. ext., 1913 prof. ord. at Erlangen. Served in World War I as a volunteer and officer. 1918 prof. ord. at Freiburg; 1920–1927 prof. ord. at Heidelberg; 1928–1937 first director of the DAI at Rome; 1937 compulsory retirement. Lived the rest of his life at Rome. 1952 Order Pour le mérite.…