Famous Archaeologists worldwide

Archaeology is the scientific study of past human lives and activities through material objects. There are many great men and women archaeologists that have contributed significantly to the field of archaeology. This page provides a short and snappy list of famous archaeologist throughout the globe categorized alphabetically. You can also view the archaeologist categorized on the basis of country by using the link above.

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Gabriel de Mortillet
Mortillet is best known for developing a chronological classification system ...
Gaston Maspero
Auguste Mariette gave him two newly discovered hieroglyphic texts of ...
Geoffrey Conrad
His work intense on Central Andean archaeology in Southern Peru, ...
Geoffrey Irwin
He is Professor of Archaeology at University of Auckland, New ...



Geoffrey Thorndike Martin
Geoffrey Martin is most famous for his discoveries of the ...
Georg Moritz Ebers
He discovered the Egyptian medical papyrus.He is among the most ...
George A. Dorsey
George A. Dorsey contributed greatly to the world of anthropology. He ...
George De Vos
De Vos found that these Japanese Americans functioned ...
George Fletcher Bass
Bass was the director of the first archaeological expedition to ...
George L. Cowgill
Cowgill was selected as the 1992 Distinguished Lecturer in Archaeology ...
George Leslie Adkin
Adkin continued his research into geology but discoveries of archeological ...
George Menachery
Connected with many institutions and organizations involved in the research ...
George Mercer Dawson
George Mercer Dawson discovered Mount Assiniboine 3,618 metres ...
George Wells Beadle
George Beadle received The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. He discovered ...
Gertrude Caton Thompson
From 1928-1929, Caton-Thompson excavated the famed ruins at Zimbabwe in ...
Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell
Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell was the first woman to obtain ...
Giovanni Battista Belzoni
At the age of 40 Belzoni left England with his ...
Giovanni Caviglia
Giovanni Caviglia discovered some of the more recognized artifacts from ...
Giuseppe Ferlini
Giuseppe Ferlini (18001870), of Bologna, Italy, was an Italian doctor ...
Glyn Edmund Daniel
His academic career at Cambridge University specialised in the European ...
Glynn Llywelyn Isaac
Glynn Isaac is best remembered for a series of papers ...
Goneim, Muhammad Zakaria
He is best known for determining the Step pyramid of ...
Grahame Douglas Clark
He was the head of the archaeology and anthropology department ...
Gregorio Chil Y Naranjo
In 1861, he begins Historical Studies, Climatologic and Pathological of ...
Gregory Bateson
Some of Gregory Bateson's most noted writings are to be ...
Guillermo Bonfil Batalla
Guillermo Bonfil Batalla founded the Museum National the Cultures Populates. The ...
Gustav Heinrich Ralph von Koenigswald
Ralph von Koensinswald made many contributions to paleontology during his ...
George Dalton
Dalton received a National Science Foundation two-year grant in ...
Giovanni D Athanasi
Giovanni D Athanasi's most noted find is that ...