Heinrich Schliemann


Some of the artefacts discovered by Heinrich Schliemann at the site... News Photo1870-1879,Ancient,Ancient Civilisation,Animal,Animal Themes,Archaeology,Archival,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Axe,Black And White,Container,Cooking Utensil,Copper,Crockery,Discovery,England,Engravement,Exhibition,Handle,Heinrich Schliemann,Human Interest,Insignia,Jewellery,Jug,Knife Crime,Lance,Lifestyles,London - England,Man Made Object,Minerva,Moulding a Shape,Natural History Museum - London,No People,Perforated,Pottery,Shield,Slate - Rock,Spirituality,Swirl,Terracotta,Trapped,UK,Vase,Vertical,WeaponryPhotographer Collection: Hulton Archive 29th December 1877: Some of the artefacts discovered by Heinrich Schliemann at the site of ancient Troy, on display at the South Kensington Museum, London. 1,2,3: whorls incised with sacred emblems; 4: silver jug which contained trinkets; 5: whetstone with inscriptions; 6,7: terracotta figures of animals; 8-11: perforated pottery; 12: terracotta jug; 13: minerva vase (the Homeric Glaucopis); 14: bronze axe; 15: bronze dagger; 16: bronze axe; 17: bronze lance; 18: double jug of terracotta; 19: terracotta vessel with three spouts; 20: copper shield; 21,22: terracotta jugs with double mouth; 23: terracotta vase with two handles; 24: terracotta vase with cover; 25: slate mould for casting bronze weapons. (Photo by HultonArchive/Illustrated London News/Getty Images)