Fredrick Everard Zeuner


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(1905–63) [Bi]

In 1935 he was appointed Honorary Lecturer at the Institute of Archaeology in London, becoming Professor of Environmental Archaeology there in 1952. He was largely responsible for developing the study of environmental archaeology in the Institute and his personality and achievements as a scholar brought him an international reputation.


The Times, 8 November, 1963

Subjects: Archaeology.

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