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Schliemann

Heinrich . 1822--90, German archaeologist, who discovered nine superimposed city sites of Troy (1871--90). He also excavated the site of Mycenae (1876)
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This twenty-one-minute work follows Glynn's journey from the Neues Museum and its cases of faux Trojan treasures to the Mediterranean grounds where Schliemann unearthed the original trove.
In their 1993 book Street Mathematics and School Mathematics, Nunes, Carraher, and Schliemann define "street mathematics" as the mathematics that is practiced outside of school.
Heinrich Schliemann, excavator of Mycenae and Troy, came to Greek in much the same way.
One of the best buildings to rise in Manhattan in recent years is the Weill Cornell Medical Center, designed by Todd Schliemann of Polshek Partnership, which soars up in giddy ascent to an undifferentiated summit.
Designed by Todd Schliemann of Polshek Partnership Architects, the building adheres to exceptionally high aesthetic standards, complies with Battery Park City Authority design guidelines and is a technically innovative and environmentally conscious residential building.
We learned about Champollion, the Frenchman who decoded Egyptian hieroglyphs and received little acclaim in his lifetime for having done so; Carter and Lord Carnarvon who unearthed the most beautiful treasure of all time (Tutankhamen); Schliemann, who discovered the whereabouts of Troy then buried the ruins by excavating to the sixth of nine levels -- when Troy was situated on the third, unwittingly or not burying it for all time.
This has allowed the Pushkin Museum, for example, to hold on to the so-called 'Priam Treasure', bronze and gold artifacts dating back to Homeric times, which were dug up in the 1870s by the German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann at the site of the ancient city of Troy.
We built on the growing body of research on how elementary school students think about algebra and the ideas they find accessible (Bastable & Schifter, 1998; Blanton & Kaput, 2005; Carraher, Schliemann, & Brizuela, 2000; Davis, 1964; Kaput & Blanton, 2000; NCTM, 1997, 1998; National Research Council, 2001; Schifter, 1999).
Obermann, a thinly veiled and reimagined substitute for real-life 19th-century archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann, believes he has uncovered the palace of Odysseus.
Carraher, Schliemann, Brizuela, & Earnest, 2006; Kaput, 2000; National Council of Teacher of Mathematics, 2000), and open number sentences can be a good context to address this goal.
presents an annotated list of published works on the prehistoric archaeology of the Aegean world, written by archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann.
Heinrich Schliemann, of course, found the remains of Troy in 1871, and archaeologists have been working since then to confirm his find.