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  • Author:
    Stephen Mitchell,George Ewart Bean
  • ISBN:
    039301326X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0393013269
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  • Publisher:
    W.W. Norton & Company (March 1980)
  • Pages:
    154 pages
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    Archaeology
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George Ewart Bean (1903 – 7 December 1977) was an English archaeologist and writer who specialized in classical Turkey. His father William Jackson Bean was a botanist, author, and curator of Kew Gardens. Bean was educated at St Paul's School, London from 1916-1921. He attended Pembroke College, Cambridge and won the Schoolbred Scholarship and the John Stewart of Rannoch Scholarship for Classics. Bean returned to St Paul's School to teach ancient Greek in 1926. from Cambridge in 1930.

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Lycian Turkey: An Archaeological Guide. J. M. Cook & G. E. Bean - 1980 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 100:272-272. A New Pausanias Robert and Kathleen Cook: Southern Greece: An Archaeological Guide. Pp. 217; 15 Photographic Plates; 31 Maps and Plans.

Turkey beyond the Maeander. Bean was a physically imposing man, six foot six in height. He was an avid player of badminton and tennis, and once reached the third round at Wimbledon. Turkey beyond the Maeander. His first marriage in 1946 to Nancy Ethel Rees, a fellow Cambridge graduate, lasted six years.