List of archaeologists

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This is a list of archaeologists – people who study or practise archaeology, the study of the human past through material remains.

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  • Elizabeth Eames (1918–2008) British; specialist in English medieval tiles
  • Amelia Edwards (1831–1892) British; Egypt
  • Ricardo Eichmann (born 1955) German; Near Eastern archaeology
  • Kenan Erim (1929–1990) Turkish; Hellenistic Anatolia
  • Ufuk Esin (1933–2008) Turkish; prehistoric Anatolia, archaeometry
  • Roland Étienne (born 1944) French; ancient Greece and Hellenistic period
  • Sir Arthur Evans (1851–1941) British; Aegean archaeology (Minoan studies, Knossos, Linear A and B)
  • Sir John Evans (1823–1908) English; British archaeology

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