Schuchhardt, Karl

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Schuchhardt, Karl


Born Aug. 6,1859, in Hanover; died Dec. 7,1943, in Aarolsen. German archaeologist.

Schuchhardt was director of the Ethnological Museum in Berlin from 1908 to 1925. He was a specialist in the archaeology of the Western European Bronze and Iron ages and in the early history and archaeology of the Germanic tribes.


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Vorgeschichte von Deutschland. Munich-Berlin, 1928.
Die Burg im Wandel der Weltgeschichte. Wildpark-Potsdam, 1931.
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