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Otto Benndorf (September 13, 1838 – January 2, 1907) was a German-Austrian archaeologist who was a native of Greiz. He was the father of physicist Hans Benndorf (1870–1953). He studied under Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker (1784–1868), Otto Jahn (1813–1869) and Friedrich Ritschl (1806–1876) at the University of Bonn. Later, he worked as an instructor at Schulpforta, where one of his students was Friedrich Nietzsche. From 1864 to 1868 he was a member of a scientific expedition that toured Italy (Rome), Sicily, Greece and Asia Minor. In 1868 he obtained his habilitation at the University of Göttingen under the guidance of Friedrich Wieseler (1811–1892). أوتو بيندورف عالم أثار ألماني-نمساوي من غرايتس. كان أب الفيزيائي هانس بيندروف. درس تحت يد فريدريش جوتليب فيلشر، أوتو جان، و فريدريش فيلهلم ريتشل في جامعة بون. لاحقاً عمل كمعلم في بيفورتا، وكان من أحذ تلامذته فريدريك نيتشه. من العام 1864 حتى العام 1868م كان عضواً في حملة علمية والتي جالت إيطاليا (روما)، صقلية، اليونان، و الأناضول. في عام 1868 تلقى شهادة التأهل للأستاذية من جامعة غوتنغن تحت اشراف فريدرك ويسيلير Otto Benndorf (13 septembre 1838 à Greiz, Thuringe - 2 janvier 1907 à Vienne) est un archéologue classique allemand et le fondateur de l'Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut (Institut archéologique autrichien). Otto Benndorf (* 13. September 1838 in Greiz, Reuß ä. L.; † 2. Januar 1907 in Wien) war ein deutscher Klassischer Archäologe und der Begründer des Österreichischen Archäologischen Instituts. Отто Бенндорф (нем. Otto Benndorf; 13 сентября 1838, Грайц — 2 января 1907 Вена) — немецко-австрийский археолог XIX века. Отец физика Ганса Бенндорфа (1870—1953).
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Otto Benndorf (13 septembre 1838 à Greiz, Thuringe - 2 janvier 1907 à Vienne) est un archéologue classique allemand et le fondateur de l'Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut (Institut archéologique autrichien). Otto Benndorf (* 13. September 1838 in Greiz, Reuß ä. L.; † 2. Januar 1907 in Wien) war ein deutscher Klassischer Archäologe und der Begründer des Österreichischen Archäologischen Instituts. Отто Бенндорф (нем. Otto Benndorf; 13 сентября 1838, Грайц — 2 января 1907 Вена) — немецко-австрийский археолог XIX века. Отец физика Ганса Бенндорфа (1870—1953). أوتو بيندورف عالم أثار ألماني-نمساوي من غرايتس. كان أب الفيزيائي هانس بيندروف. درس تحت يد فريدريش جوتليب فيلشر، أوتو جان، و فريدريش فيلهلم ريتشل في جامعة بون. لاحقاً عمل كمعلم في بيفورتا، وكان من أحذ تلامذته فريدريك نيتشه. من العام 1864 حتى العام 1868م كان عضواً في حملة علمية والتي جالت إيطاليا (روما)، صقلية، اليونان، و الأناضول. في عام 1868 تلقى شهادة التأهل للأستاذية من جامعة غوتنغن تحت اشراف فريدرك ويسيلير Otto Benndorf (September 13, 1838 – January 2, 1907) was a German-Austrian archaeologist who was a native of Greiz. He was the father of physicist Hans Benndorf (1870–1953). He studied under Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker (1784–1868), Otto Jahn (1813–1869) and Friedrich Ritschl (1806–1876) at the University of Bonn. Later, he worked as an instructor at Schulpforta, where one of his students was Friedrich Nietzsche. From 1864 to 1868 he was a member of a scientific expedition that toured Italy (Rome), Sicily, Greece and Asia Minor. In 1868 he obtained his habilitation at the University of Göttingen under the guidance of Friedrich Wieseler (1811–1892). In 1869 he became an associate professor of archaeology at the University of Zurich, relocating to University of Munich in 1871 and to Prague the following year. With Alexander Conze (1831–1914), he took part in the second Austrian archaeological expedition to Samothrace (1875). Two years later, he succeeded Conze as chair of archaeology at the University of Vienna. Among his students at Vienna were Michael Rostovtzeff (1870–1952), Julius von Schlosser (1866–1938) and Franz Studniczka (1860–1929). In 1881–82, he excavated the so-called "Heroon of Trysa" in Lycia, shipping more than 100 boxes of material to the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. With Carl Humann, he organized an excavation of Ephesus (1895). In 1898 he founded the Österreichisches Archäologische Institut (Austrian Archaeological Institute at Athens), serving as its director until his death in 1907.
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