David George Hogarth

Hogarth, David George (hōˈgärth) [key], 1862–1927, English archaeologist, keeper (1909–27) of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. He explored and excavated (1887–1907) in Cyprus, Crete, Egypt, Syria, and Melos. Among his published works are A Wandering Scholar (1896), The Archaic Artemisia of Ephesus (1908), Ionia and the East (1909), The Ancient East (1914, 2d ed. 1950), Hittite Seals (1920), Arabia (1922), and Kings of the Hittites (1926).

See biography by A. H. Sayce (1928).

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