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The early life of Sir Arthur Evans
British School at Athens Studies
Vol. 12, KNOSSOS: PALACE, CITY, STATE (2004), pp. 557-559
Published by: British School at Athens
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40960814
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This paper reviews the life of Sir Arthur Evans from his birth in 1851 up till the time of his first visit to Crete in 1894, with special attention to his reporting from the Balkans in the 1870s and his work (as Keeper) in creating the modern Ashmolean Museum.
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