author={Ali S{\"o}nmez},
Osmanli Devleti’nde eski eserlerin toplanmasi ve kacakcilikla ilgili ilk ciddi duzenlemeler burokrat aydin grubun onculugunde 1839’da ilan edilen Tanzimat Fermani sonrasinda baslatilmistir. Zira yaklasik bir asirdir Osmanli Devleti’nin Bati ile olan iliskilerinde Avrupa’yi yakindan tanima firsati bulmaya baslayan Osmanli burokratlari, Yunan-Roma eserlerinin Avrupa’nin kulturel degerleri acisindan sahip oldugu onemin farkina varmistir. Osmanli topraklarindan cikarilan tarihi eserlere 19… 
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An Alternative Source of Development for Local Governments: Local Literacy
Local literacy could be defined as a process of gaining skills for the recognition of local assets, historical sites, places and literary works, which are important for countries in a national and


Priam's Gold: the Full Story
“I have seen Priam's Treasure … I have held these vessels in my own hands.” This claim by Yevgenii Sidorov, the Russian Minister of Culture, in an interview in Literaturnaya Gazeta on 25th August
Marcelle Robinson, Schliemann’s Silent Partner : Frank Calvert (1828-1908). Pionner, Scholar and Survivor
Marcelle Robinson nous propose une biographie riche et complete de Frank Calvert (1828-1908), le decouvreur du site antique de Troie. Diplomate consulaire et archeologue anglais, il est a l’origine
“Principally for Vases, etc.”: the Formation and Dispersal of the Calvert Collection
As an offshoot of the recent reevaluation of Heinrich Schliemann by Traill and others, British expatriate diplomat Frank Calvert, the father of field archaeology in the Troad, for a century consigned
“Priam's Treasure”
In Antiquity 57 David Traill claims to have exposed Schliemann's discovery of “Priam's Treasure” as a fraud (Traill, 1983). By this he means that it was not a single find as Schliemann represents,
Pioneer, Scholar, and Victim: an Appreciation of Frank Calvert (1828–1908)
For over a century, the names “Schliemann” and “Troy” have been virtually synonymous, and the story of Schliemann's boyhood dream to discover Troy has gripped the imagination of millions. This
Finding the Walls of Troy: Frank Calvert and Heinrich Schliemann at Hisarlik
Amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann took full credit for the discovery of Homer's Troy, over 100 years ago. In this book the author claims Schliemann gained his status as an archaeological hero
Troy and Its Remains: A Narrative of Researches and Discoveries Made on the Site of Ilium, and in the Trojan Plain
Editor's preface Autobiographical notice of Dr. Henry Schliemann Introduction Work at Hissarlik in 1871: 1. On the Hill of Hissarlik, October 18th, 1871 2. On the Hill of Hissarlik, October 26th,
Schliemann's Letters to Max Müller in Oxford
  • E. Meyer
  • History
    The Journal of Hellenic Studies
  • 1962
In 1938 Sir William Max Muller of London, son of the Oxford philologist Max Müller, lent me a volume containing some seventy letters by Schliemann to use in my publications of Schliemann's
Schliemann's Mendacity: a Question of Methodology
In two recent articles Donald Easton has responded to my arguments that fraud is involved in Schliemann's published reports of the discovery of what he called “Priam's Treasure”. The reader of our
Priam's Treasure' : clearly a composite
Schliemann's first campaign of excavation at Troy (1871-3) culminated in the discovery of 'Priam's Treasure'. The find remains the largest and certainly the most controversial ever to have been made