Alexander van Millingen

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Alexander van Millingen (1840–1915) was a scholar in the field of Byzantine architecture, and a professor of history at Robert College, Istanbul between 1879 and 1915.[1][2] His works are now public domain in many jurisdictions.

He was the third son of Julius Michael Millingen, and his sister was Evelina van Millingen, later the Countess Pisani.[3]


  1. ^ "MILLINGEN, Alexander van". Who's Who. Vol. 59. 1907. p. 1227. 
  2. ^ "PROF. ALEXANDER VAN MILLINGEN DEAD". NY Times. Sep 18, 1915. 
  3. ^ "King's Collections : Archive Catalogues : Millingen, Professor Alexander Van (1840-1915)". Retrieved 22 February 2017. 

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