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...Bosanquet, Robert Carr Robert Carr Bosanquet was born in London on 7 June 1871 and died after minor surgery in Jesmond, Newcastle-upon-Tyne on 21 April 1935. The son of a Northumbrian landowner, he was educated at Eton, where he...
... sculpture.Dickins was appointed Craven University Fellow (1904) and was admitted as a student of the British School at Athens in 1904/1905, and readmitted the following year, when Robert Carr Bosanquet Bosanquet, Robert Carr was Director....
... tour of Thessaly to study prehistoric settlements in northern Greece. In the spring of 1910 he worked with Robert Carr Bosanquet Bosanquet, Robert Carr in the Herakleion (Candia) Museum, and familiarized himself with a number of prehistoric...
... in Athens, where he discovered the remains of a gymnasium. This was good training for the new British excavation at the prehistoric site of Phylakopi on Melos. His team included Mackenzie, Duncan Duncan Mackenzie and Robert Carr Bosanquet...
... was admitted as a student at the British School at Athens, then under the directorship of Robert Carr Bosanquet Bosanquet, Robert Carr , where she worked on the distribution of Attic pottery. As a woman, she had to take rooms in a hotel...
... College, Cambridge (1900–1904), graduating BA in 1904 (MA 1912).Droop was admitted as a student to the British School at Athens for the 1905–1906 session when Robert Carr Bosanquet Bosanquet, Robert Carr was the Director. He worked...
... Director.Woodward then returned to Britain. From 1911 to 1912 he was an assistant lecturer in the University of Liverpool under R.C. Bosanquet Bosanquet, Robert Carr , who held the chair of classical archaeology. Woodward’s father had been...
... at the British School at Athens when Robert Carr Bosanquet Bosanquet, Robert Carr was the Director. During Tod’s time as Librarian (which lasted until 1905), the Penrose Library opened (1904). One of his more unusual tasks was to serve as a tutor...
... Arthur ’s tours of Greece.Wace’s first excavation was with F.W. Hasluck Hasluck, Frederick William at Geraki; this was part of the new project initiated by Robert Carr Bosanquet Bosanquet, Robert Carr , the Director of the British School,...
... Giles and Adam, James James Adam he achieved a first in both parts of the Classical Tripos (1901, 1902; MA, 1905).In 1902 Dawkins was admitted as a student of the British School at Athens, then under the directorship of Robert Carr...