Definition of Sir mortimer wheeler
1. Noun. Scottish archaeologist (1890-1976).
Generic synonyms: Archaeologist, Archeologist
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1. Capital (1888)
"One such person is sir mortimer wheeler who has written a book called Five Thousand Years of Pakistan. His only justification, or excuse, ..."
2. Ancient Magan: The Secrets of Tell Abraq by Daniel T. Potts (2000)
"The days when Sir Flinders Pétrie, Sir Leonard Woolley or sir mortimer wheeler presented themselves as 'the' excavator of a site, when in reality they had a ..."
3. Pakistan: A Country Study edited by Peter R. Blood (1996)
"... WHEN BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGIST sir mortimer wheeler was commissioned in 1947 by the government of Pakistan to give a historical account of the new country, ..."
4. The People by J. L. Angel (1971)
"sir mortimer wheeler. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co. MELLINK, MACHTELD J. 1965. Anatolian chronology. Pages 101—131, in Chronologies in Old World ..."