|NOUN || an assyriologist | assyriologists |
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- In 1916, during the last years of the Ottoman Empire and in the middle of World War I, the German assyriologist Eckhard Unger found a copper-alloy bar while excavating at Nippur.
- Reginald Campbell Thompson (21 August 1876 – 23 May 1941) was a British archaeologist, assyriologist, and cuneiformist. He excavated at Nineveh, Ur, Nebo and Carchemish among many other sites.
- The French archaeologist and assyriologist Maurice Pézard (1876–1923) died in this commune.
- Second wife (1925–2005) was a historian, assyriologist in the State Hermitage Museum.
- Chappelow was a favorite student of British assyriologist Theophilus Pinches, who died in 1934 and "bequeathed much of his large personal collection of cuneiform tablets" to Chappelow.
- Raymond-Jacques Tournay (1912-1999) was a French Dominican, member of the École Biblique, Biblical scholar and assyriologist.
- Maurice Pézard (27 May 1876, Reims – 7 October 1923, Ceyzériat) was a French archaeologist and assyriologist.
- Daniel David Luckenbill (Hamburg, Pennsylvania 21 June 1881 - London, 5 June 1927) was an American assyriologist and professor at the University of Chicago.
- Eckhard Unger (Landsberg an der Warthe, 11 April 1884 – 24 July 1966) was a German assyriologist.
- Charles Fossey (29 July 1869 – 27 November 1946) was a French assyriologist. In education he was a follower and colleague of Émile Durkheim.
- Sachs died due to cancer, leaving the task to Austrian assyriologist Hermann Hunger.
- In 1851 he was put in charge of the French scientific expedition to Mesopotamia, where he was accompanied by assyriologist Jules Oppert, the architect, Felix Thomas and expedition administrator Edouard Perreymond.
- February 14, 1891 – October 5, 1930) was a Russian orientalist (assyriologist, hebraist) poet (acmeist) and translator.
- François Thureau-Dangin (3 January 1872 in Paris – 24 January 1944 in Paris) was a French archaeologist, assyriologist and epigrapher.
- Theophilus Goldridge Pinches M.R.A.S. (1856 – 6 June 1934 Muswell Hill, London), was a pioneer British assyriologist.
- Dietrich Opitz (13 January 1901 – 2 January 1992) was a German assyriologist and colleague of Bruno Meissner.
- Bruno Meissner also Bruno Meißner (25 April 1868, in Graudenz – 13 March 1947, in Zeuthen) was a German assyriologist.
- Harri Gustaf Holma (last name until 1906 "Hellman"; April 14, 1886 – April 14, 1954) was a Finnish diplomat and assyriologist.
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