AFRIQUE
Beiträge zur Völkerkunde der Deutschen Schutzgebiete
von Luschan, Felix
Verlag von Dietrich Reimer
Prix de vente : Nous consulter
Classification : afrique
Lieu d'édition(s) : Berlin
Année : 1897
Nb. de pages : 87 pages + 48 planches.
Format : Grand in-4°.
Illustrations : 46 illustrations dans le texte + XLVIII planches.
Felix Ritter von Luschan (11 August 1854 – 7 February 1924) was an Austrian doctor, anthropologist, explorer, archaeologist and ethnographer.

On 1 January 1886 Luschan took up a position as an assistant to Director Adolf Bastian at the Königliches Museum für Völkerkunde in Berlin (the present-day Ethnological Museum), where upon Bastian's death in 1905 he became Director of the Africa and Oceania Department. In this capacity he acquired one of the most important collections of Benin antiquities, ivory carvings, and bronze figures, details of which he published in his multivolume magnum opus.

He started his academic career in 1888, in 1904 was appointed Reader, and in 1909 gave up his duties at the Völkerkundemuseum when he was appointed tenured professor at the Berlin Charité medical school. In 1911 he became the holder of the first chair of anthropology at Berlin's Frederick William University (now the Humboldt University of Berlin). (source wikipedia)
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