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Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers (14 April 1827 – 4 May 1900) was an English army officer, ethnologist, and archaeologist. He was noted for innovations in archaeological methodology, and in the museum display of archaeological and ethnological collections. His international collection of about 22,000 objects was the founding collection of the Pitt Rivers Museum at the University of Oxford while his collection of English archaeology from the area around Stonehenge forms the basis of the collection at The Salisbury Museum in Wiltshire. Throughout most of his life he used the surname Lane Fox, under which his early archaeological reports are published. In 1880 he adopted the Pitt Rivers name on inheriting from Lord Rivers an estate of more than 32,000 acres in Cranborne Chase.

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  • Augustus Pitt Rivers
  • Augustus Pitt Rivers
  • Augustus Pitt Rivers
  • Augustus Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers
  • Augustus Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers
  • Питт-Риверс, Огастес
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  • Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers (14 April 1827 – 4 May 1900) was an English army officer, ethnologist, and archaeologist. He was noted for innovations in archaeological methodology, and in the museum display of archaeological and ethnological collections. His international collection of about 22,000 objects was the founding collection of the Pitt Rivers Museum at the University of Oxford while his collection of English archaeology from the area around Stonehenge forms the basis of the collection at The Salisbury Museum in Wiltshire. Throughout most of his life he used the surname Lane Fox, under which his early archaeological reports are published. In 1880 he adopted the Pitt Rivers name on inheriting from Lord Rivers an estate of more than 32,000 acres in Cranborne Chase.
  • Generalleutnant Augustus Pitt Rivers (* 14. April 1827 bei Bramham, Yorkshire; † 4. Mai 1900 in Rushmore, Wiltshire) war ein britischer Ethnologe und Archäologe und wird wegen der von ihm entwickelten Systematik zur Einordnung und Bewertung archäologischer Funde als der „Vater der britischen Archäologie“ bezeichnet.
  • Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers (Bramham cum Oglethorpe (en), 14 avril 1827-Rushmore (Wiltshire), 4 mai 1900) est un officier, anthropologue et archéologue britannique, considéré comme le « père de l'archéologie scientifique ».
  • Augustus Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers (1827 — 1900) foi um arqueólogo britânico, pioneiro nos métodos modernos de escavação arqueológica.
  • Генри Огастес Лейн-Фокс Питт-Риверс (14 апреля 1827 — 4 мая 1900) — генерал-лейтенант английский армии, этнограф и археолог, представитель баронского рода. Основоположник стратиграфического метода в археологии, один из отцов-основателей археологии как науки. Создатель музея своего имени при Оксфордском университете.
  • Augustus Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers (14 kwietnia 1827 – 4 maja 1900) - generał angielski, archeolog, pod wpływem dzieł Karola Darwina przyczynił się do rozwoju metodyki prac wykopaliskowych, rozwinął własną teorię ewolucji kulturowej, która była ignorowana do połowy XX wieku.
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