Category:Alexander Keiller (archaeologist)

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English: Alexander Keiller (1889–1955) was an archaeologist and businessman who worked on the site at Avebury in Wiltshire. He used his wealth to acquire a total of of land for preservation, conducted excavations, re-erected stones on the site, and created a museum to interpret the site. He founded the Morven Institute of Archeological Research. In 1943 he sold the Avebury property to the National Trust.


Alexander Keiller 
Archeologist and businessman
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Date of birth1889
Date of death1955
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Alexander Keiller (sl); Alexander Keiller (de); Alexander Keiller (es); Alexander Keiller (en); Alexander Keiller (fr); Alexander Keiller (hu); Alexander Keiller (archaeologist) (nl) Archeologist and businessman (en); britischer Amateur-Prähistoriker (de); archéologue britannique (fr); Brits antropoloog (1889-1955) (nl)

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