Tag Archives: Jacobsthal

Exhibition Booklet

Persecution and Survival:  the Paul Jacobsthal Story by Sally Crawford and Katharina Ulmschneider, 2012 ‘Hitler will have my papers destroyed!’ Professor Paul Jacobsthal was a prominent and influential German arcaeologist whose world was turned upside down when Hitler came to power. Jacobsthal … Continue reading

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Jacobsthal Exhibition Photos

We had a wonderful time at the exhibition opening and were so pleased with all of the familiar faces who turned up! Have a browse through this gallery of photos from the launch, courtesy of Rory Carnegie. And remember, the … Continue reading

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Our Grand Opening

After months of hard work, we are terribly excited to announce that our museum exhibition on Paul Jacobsthal opens this coming Sunday! The exhibit will explore the life of Paul Jacobsthal by answering broader questions about the time in which … Continue reading

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Publications from the Archives

Working in an archive isn’t just about cataloguing papers and photographs – it’s also about researching and publicising your collections. Our latest paper about Paul Jacobsthal is being published in the European Journal of Archaeology.  This article, titled ‘Post-war Identity … Continue reading

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Deciphering Sütterlin

The Archaeology Archives would like to welcome guest blogger Dr. Helgard Ulmschneider, who has been helping us with the translation of German letters from the Jacobsthal archive. Letters are not always easy to decipher, as those dealing with handwritten correspondence … Continue reading

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