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Wheeler, Mortimer

(757 words)

Author(s): Heitz, Christian
Brit. Archäologe. Geb. am 10. 9. 1890 in Glasgow als Robert Eric Mortimer W., gest. am 22. 7. 1976 in Leatherhead bei London. 1899–1904 Schulbesuch in Bradford, ab 1907 Studium der Alt.wiss. am Univ. College London, 1910 B. A., 1912 M. A. 1913–1920 Anstellung an der Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (mit Unterbrechung durch Militärdienst im Ersten Weltkrieg), 1920 arch. Prom. in London. Ab 1920 Keeper (Kustos), ab 1924 Direktor des National Museum of Wales und Dozent für Archäologie in Ca…

Wheeler, Mortimer

(843 words)

Author(s): Heitz, Christian
British archaeologist. Born Robert Eric Mortimer W., Glasgow, 10. 9. 1890, died Leatherhead (Surrey) 22. 7. 1976. 1899–1904 school in Bradford, from 1907 studied classics at Univ. College, London (UCL). 1910 BA, 1912 MA 1913–1920 employed at the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (interruption for military service in World War I). Doctorate in archaeology at London 1920. From 1920 Keeper and from 1924 Director of the National Museum of Wales and lecturer in ¶ archaeology at Cardiff. From 1926 Keeper of the London Museum. 1937 founder of the Institute of Archaeol…

Ward-Perkins, John Bryan

(753 words)

Author(s): Heitz, Christian | Graepler, Daniel
Brit. Klass. Archäologe. Geb. am 3. 2. 1912 in Bromley (Kent), gest. am 28. 5. 1981 in Cirencester. Schulbildung am Winchester College, 1934 B. A. am New College in Oxford; 1935 Stipendiat der British School at Rome. 1936–1939 Assistent am London Museum; 1939 Prof. für Arch. an der Royal Univ. of Malta. 1943–1945 Direktor der Allied Sub-Commission for Monuments and Fine Arts in Italy; 1946–1974 Leiter der British School at Rome (BSR). Ehrendoktorate in Birmingham (1955) und Alberta (1969); 1974–1979 Präsident der Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica. Werk und W…

Ward-Perkins, John Bryan

(824 words)

Author(s): Heitz, Christian | Graepler, Daniel
British classical archaeologist. Born Bromley, Kent, 3. 2. 1912, died Cirencester 28. 5. 1981. Attended Winchester College, 1934 BA from New College, Oxford; 1935 scholarship to the British School at Rome. 1936–1939 assistant at London Museum; 1939 prof. of archaeology at the Royal Univ. of Malta. 1943–1945 director of the Allied Sub-Commission for Monuments and Fine Arts in Italy; 1946–1974 head of the British School at Rome (BSR). Honorary doctorates from Birmingham (1955) and Alberta (1969); 1974–1979 president of the Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica. Work …