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Price, Martin Jessop

(392 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
British archaeologist and numismatist. Born London 27. 3. 1939, died there 29. 4. 1995. Attended King’s School in Canterbury; studied at Queens’ College, Cambridge, PhD there 1967. 1961 scholarship at the British School at Athens. 1966 Assistant Keeper, 1978 Deputy Keeper in the Department of Coins and Medals at the British Museum in London; 1994 Director of the British School at Athens. Member of several academies and specialist associations, and recipient of numerous honours, e.g. 1992 Gold Medal of the Royal Numismatic Society. Career, works and influence While a student at Cam…

Newell, Edward T.

(517 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
American numismatist. Born Kenosha (Wisconsin, USA) 15. 1. 1886, died New York City 18. 2. 1941. 1903 studied at Yale Univ., taking his BA there 1907 and MA in 1909 (archaeology and Oriental languages). 1910 member of the council of the American Numismatic Society and its president in 1916. Member of several professional organizations. 1918 first winner of the Archer M. Huntington Medal of the American Numismatic Society; 1925 medal of the Royal Numismatic Society. Career, works and influence N. came from a family of industrialists who had achieved great wealth from the ma…

Mattingly, Harold

(394 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
British numismatist. Born Sudbury (Suffolk) 24. 12. 1884, died Chesham (Buckinghamshire) 26. 1. 1964. 1903–1907 studied at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; MA there. 1907–1909 studied at Berlin and Freiburg. 1909/10 fellow of Gonville and Caius College. 1910 Assistant Keeper in the Department of Printed Books at the British Museum; 1912–1948 at the Department of Coins and Medals; 1954/55 visiting prof. of classics at the Univ. of Otago, New Zealand; honorary doctorate there. Many other hon…

Aulock, Hans von

(403 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
German banker and numismatist. Born 27. 11. 1906 in Ohlau (Silesia, now Oława, Poland), died 23. 11. 1980 at Ankara (automobile accident). 1926–1928 trained as export merchant; traineeship at London bank; in South Africa 1930–1933. Worked at Dresdner Bank from 1934, initially at Berlin, then Istanbul from 1941. 1970 honorary doctorate from Univ. of Frankfurt am Main. Background, work and influence The primary career of this son of a Silesian noble family was as a banker. As assistant director of the Istanbul branch of the Dresdner Bank, he lived in Turkey…

Mildenberg, Leo

(432 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
German numismatist. Born Kassel 14. 2. 1913, died Zurich 14. 1. 2001. Studied at Frankfurt am Main, Leipzig and Tartu. Doctorate Tartu 1938, then a lecturer there. Soviet internee from 1941; 1947 emigrated to Switzerland, where he headed the numismatic department of the Bank Leu in Zurich. 1975 member of the board of directors of Bank Leu. Member of various professional organizations. Many honours, e.g. Leo Kadman Prize, Archer M. Huntington Medal of the American Numismatic Society, 1995 honorary doctorate from Univ. of Tübingen. Career, works and influence After school at Bad Merg…

Meshorer, Yaakov

(388 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Israeli classical archaeologist and numismatist. Born Jerusalem 14. 8. 1935, died there 23. 6. 2004. 1960–1966 studied at Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, taking a BA in archaeology and Jewish history, an MA in classical archaeology and a PhD (1971) in numismatics. 1969–1993 curator of the numismatics department of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem; 1975–1982 and 1990–1996 chief curator of the archaeological wing there. 1983 prof. of numismatics at Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem. Member of several professional …

Thompson, Margaret

(471 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
American numismatist. Born Trenton, New Jersey, 22. 2. 1911, died Haverford, Pennsylvania, 29. 2. 1992. Studied at Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, taking her BA in 1931. Then taught English in a Junior High School. 1937–1940 and 1948 assistant at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (ASCSA); intervening period working for the Greek War Relief Association in New York. 1949 Assistant Curator of Greek coins, 1969–1979 Chief Curator of the American Numismatic Society (ANS)…

Mørkholm, Otto

(366 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Danish numismatist. Born Copenhagen 28. 7. 1930, died Frederiksberg 16. 7. 1983. Studied at Copenhagen, 1955 Candidatus magisterii (MA) in classical philology and history there. 1966 doctorate at Århus. 1959 curator, 1960 chief inspector of the Den Kongelige Møntog Medaillesamling at Copenhagen. Also 1967–1982 lecturer in ancient history and numismatics at Univ. of Copenhagen. 1977 visiting fellow at Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. 1981 awarded Archer M. Huntington Medal of the American Numismatic Society; 1982 medal of th…

Price, Martin Jessop

(363 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Brit. Archäologe und Numismatiker. Geb. am 27. 3. 1939 in London, gest. am 29. 4. 1995 ebda. Besuch der King’ s School in Canterbury; Studium am Queens’ College in Cambridge, dort 1967 Ph. D. 1961 Stipendiat an der British School at Athens. 1966 Assistant Keeper, 1978 Deputy Keeper im Department of Coins and Medals des British Museum in London; 1994 Direktor der British School at Athens. Mitglied mehrerer Akad. und Fachgesellschaften sowie Träger zahlreicher Ehrungen, u. a. 1992 der Goldmedaille der Royal Numismatic Society. Werdegang, Werk und Wirkung Während seines Studium…

Aulock, Hans von

(381 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Dt. Bankier und Numismatiker. Geb. am 27. 11. 1906 in Ohlau (Schlesien), gest. am 23. 11. 1980 bei Ankara (Autounfall). 1926–1928 Ausbildung zum Außenhandelskaufmann; Volontariat bei einer Londoner Bank; 1930–1933 Aufenthalt in Südafrika. Ab 1934 Tätigkeit bei der Dresdner Bank, zunächst in Berlin, ab 1941 in Istanbul. 1970 Ehrendoktorat der Univ. Frankfurt am Main. Werdegang, Werk und Wirkung Der Sohn einer schlesischen Adelsfamilie war im Hauptberuf Bankier. Als stellvertretender Leiter der Filiale Istanbul der Dresdner Bank lebte er seit 1941 in …

Thompson, Margaret

(419 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Amerikan. Numismatikerin. Geb. am 22. 2. 1911 in Trenton (New Jersey), gest. am 29. 2. 1992 in Haverford (Pennsylvania). Studium am Radcliffe College (Cambridge, Massachusetts), dort 1931 B. A.; danach Englischlehrerin an einer Junior High School. 1937–1940 und 1948 Mitarbeiterin an der American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA), dazwischen für die Greek War Relief Association in New York tätig. 1949 Assistant Curator für griech. Münzen, 1969–1979 Chief Curator der American Numismatic Society (ANS) in New York; 1965–1968 Präsidentin des Archaeologica…

Mattingly, Harold

(360 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Brit. Numismatiker. Geb. am 24. 12. 1884 in Sudbury (Suffolk), gest. am 26. 1. 1964 in Chesham (Buckinghamshire). 1903–1907 Studium in Cambridge am Gonville and Caius College; M. A. ebda.; 1907–1909 Studium in Berlin und Freiburg. 1909/10 Fellow am Gonville and Caius College. 1910 Assistant Keeper im Department of Printed Books des British Museum; 1912–1948 im Department of Coins and Medals; 1954/55 Visiting Prof. of Classics an der Univ. of Otago, Neuseeland; Ehrendoktorat ebda. Zahlreiche weitere Ehrungen, u. a. 1938 Verleihung der Archer M. Huntington Medaille der America…

Mørkholm, Otto

(336 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Dän. Numismatiker. Geb. am 28. 7. 1930 in Kopenhagen, gest. am 16. 7. 1983 in Frederiksberg. Studium in Kopenhagen, 1955 Candidatus magisterii (M. A.) in Klass. Phil. und Gesch. ebda.; 1966 Promotion in Århus. 1959 Kurator, 1960 Leiter der Königlichen Münz- und Medaillensammlung in Kopenhagen; daneben 1967–1982 Lektor in Alter Gesch. und Numismatik an der Univ. ebda. 1977 als Visiting Fellow am Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. 1981 Verleihung der Archer M. Huntington Medaille der American Numismatic Society; 1982 Medaille der Royal Numismatic Society; 1983 Mitgli…

Meshorer, Yaakov

(351 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Israel. Klass. Archäologe und Numismatiker. Geb. am 14. 8. 1935 in Jerusalem, gest. am 23. 6. 2004 ebda. 1960–1966 Studium an der Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, dort B. A. in Archaeology and Jewish History, M. A. in Classical Archaeology, Ph. D. 1971 in Numismatics. 1969–1993 Kurator der numismatischen Abteilung des Israel Museum Jerusalem; 1975–1982 und 1990–1996 Chief Curator des Archaeological Wing ebda. 1983 Prof. of Numismatics an der Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem. Mitglied mehrerer Fachgesellschaften; zahlreiche Ehrungen, u. a. 2001 die Archer M. Huntington Medaille der Ame…

Newell, Edward T.

(473 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Amerikan. Numismatiker. Geb. am 15. 1. 1886 in Kenosha (Wisconsin/USA), gest. am 18. 2. 1941 in New York City. 1903 Studium an der Yale Univ., dort 1907 B. A., 1909 M. A. in Arch. und oriental. Sprachen. 1910 Mitglied des Council der American Numismatic Society; 1916 deren Präsident; Mitglied mehrerer Fachgesellschaften; 1918 erster Preisträger der Archer M. Huntington Medaille der American Numismatic Society; 1925 Medaille der Royal Numismatic Society. Werdegang, Werk und Wirkung N. stammte aus einer Industriellenfamilie, die mit der Massenproduktion von Pferd…

Mildenberg, Leo

(378 words)

Author(s): Krmnicek, Stefan
Dt. Numismatiker. Geb. am 14. 2. 1913 in Kassel, gest. am 14. 1. 2001 in Zürich. Studium in Frankfurt am Main, Leipzig und Tartu, dort 1938 Prom. Danach Dozent an der Univ. Tartu. Ab 1941 in sowjetischem Internierungslager; 1947 Ausreise in die Schweiz, dann Leiter der numismatischen Abteilung der Bank Leu in Zürich. 1975 Mitglied des Direktoriums der Bank Leu. Mitglied mehrerer Fachgesellschaften; zahlreiche Ehrungen, u. a. Leo Kadman-Preis, Archer M. Huntington Medaille der American Numismatic Society, 1995 Ehrendoktorat der Univ. Tübingen. Werdegang, Werk und Wirkung Nach…