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Theodor Wiegand (Bendorf am Rhein, 1864-Berlin, 1936), was a German archaeologist famous for being responsible for the large excavations in Asia such as Priene, Miletus, Petra, Samos, Baalbek and Palmyra.
He was director of the Museum of Ancient Art in Berlin and later of the German Archaeological Institute.
He published fundamental works with the results of these excavations.
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