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Portrait of Sir Arthur Evans (1851–1941), English archaeologist, photograph, 1935, United Kingdom, 20th century.
Oxford, Ashmolean Museum
Palais de Cnossos sur l'île de Crète, entrée principale, 1400 avant J.-C. / Illustration
Palais minoen de Cnossos, île de Crète, 1350 avant J.-C. / Illustration
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July 2016 : 75 years since the death of Arthur Evans
July 2016 marks 75 years since the death of Sir Arthur Evans (British archaeologist; 8 July 1851 – 11 July 1941):

Sir Arthur Evans was a pioneer in the study of Aegean civilization in the Bronze Age, and is best known for excavating the ruins of the city of Knossos in Crete.