GlaViWo - Archive: AT-OeAW-BA-3-27-LOAR-232-15-003

(Type of publication: letter)

Authors: Bent, James Theodore 
Recipient: Glaser, Eduard GND
Locality: London
Pages: 4
Museum number: Státní okresní archiv Louny (232-15-003)
Provenance: Estate of Eduard Glaser (1855-1908)
Date of letter: 04.07.1892
Language: English
Creation date: 04.07.1892
'Dear Sir Thank you very much for your last interesting letter received on the 2nd. In answer to the questions you put me, I beg to state that the ruins we excavated are identical with those described most accurately by Herr (?).. as far as he could do so without ...
... I append a copy in hopes that you may be able to gain some idea. Yours sincerely Theodore Bent'
Short description:
expert discussion between the British explorer and archaeologist James Theodore Bent (1852-1897) and Eduard Glaser (1855-1908)
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Linked signature, sisters: AT-OeAW-BA-3-27-LOAR-232-15-001
Linked signature, children: AT-OeAW-BA-3-27-F-00219
The letter contains a sketch and notes written in Gabelsberger shorthand (p. 1).

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