|NOUN1 || assyriology | - |
|NOUN2 || Assyriology | - |
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- Jacobsen retired as a professor of Assyriology at Harvard University in 1974.
- Eberhard Schrader (7 January 1836 – 4 July 1908) was a German orientalist primarily known for his achievements in Assyriology.
- They are based on the standard knowledge in assyriology and some studies, especially dedicated to the identification of these constellations.
- Michael Douglas Roaf (born May 20, 1947) is a British archaeologist specialising in ancient Iranian studies and Assyriology.
- Meredith George Kline (December 15, 1922 – April 14, 2007) was an American theologian and Old Testament scholar. He also had degrees in Assyriology and Egyptology.
- Charles James Ball (1851-1924) was classical and Hebrew master at Merchant Taylors School, chaplain of Lincoln's Inn, some time reader of Assyriology in the University of Oxford, and rector of St.
- This led to a two-year scholarship with the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Academy of Sciences in Leningrad where she specialized in assyriology and ancient languages of the Near East under Igor M.
- Sallaberger has been a professor of assyriology at the University of Munich since September 1999.
- Holma studied assyriology in Berlin in 1910, Leipzig and London.
- In July 2014, she was elected president of the International Association for Assyriology.
- Henri Pognon (13 May 1853 – 16 March 1921) was a French archaeologist, epigrapher, and specialist in Assyriology.
- During his studies at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University, he devoted himself to assyriology.
- In 1952, he was appointed at the chair of Assyriology at the Collège de France.
- Taylor worked in Iraq under the supervision of Henry Rawlinson, also known as "the Father of Assyriology".
- Horowitz lectures at the Rothberg School for Overseas Students in the Department of Assyriology.
- Ethel Susan Graham Bristowe, also known as E.S.G. Bristowe (1864–1952) was a British painter, and an early 20th-century author on alternative theories within Assyriology.
- From 1904 to 1921 Meissner was professor at the University of Breslau, then from 1921 professor of assyriology at the University of Berlin.
- Charles Fossey had no high-profile titles or honours: his whole life was dedicated to his one passion, Assyriology.
- In 1948 Sachs was offered (and declined) the Chair in Assyriology at Johns Hopkins University in succession to William Albright.
- In 1963/64 he studied Assyriology and Arabic at the University of Heidelberg and from 1964 to 1966 at the University of Münster, where he received his doctorate in Assyriology and Semitic philology in 1966 under Wolfram von Soden (Babylonian and Assyrian colophones).
- W. H. Boulton (1869–1964) was an English writer on assyriology, transport history and religious subjects.
- Wilfred George Lambert FBA (26 February 1926 – 9 November 2011) was a historian and archaeologist, a specialist in Assyriology and Near Eastern Archaeology.
- Having originally trained as a physicist, upon her marriage to Julius Lewy she moved into Assyriology; she specialised in cuneiform texts and Babylonian mathematics.
- Albert Ten Eyck Olmstead (March 23, 1880 – April 11, 1945) was an American historian and academic, who specialized in Assyriology.
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