Bandelier



Adolph Francis Alphonse, 1840–1914, U.S. anthropologist, archaeologist, and historian, born in Switzerland.
Historical Examples

“Jernimo de Albaniz” in the edition of 1542 (Bandelier translation).
Original Narratives of Early American History Vaca and Others

We have referred to the results of Mr. Bandelier’s explorations.
The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen

Mr. Bandelier could only surmise that these were garden-plots, something like the ancient terrace garden-plots in Peru.
The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen

“Apalachen,” as above, in the edition of 1542 (Bandelier translation).
Original Narratives of Early American History Vaca and Others

This celebrated mound or pyramid has lately been the subject of a very careful study by Mr. Bandelier.
The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen

The above is a retranslation by Mr. Bandelier from the Spanish text.
Ancient Society Lewis Henry Morgan

Mr. Bandelier regards the “chief-of-men” as simply a military commander; Montezuma was a “priest-commander.”
The Discovery of America Vol. 1 (of 2) John Fiske.

At any rate, such are the only kind of ruins noticed in the upper part of this same valley by Mr. Bandelier.
The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen

In the neighborhood of Fort Reno Mr. Bandelier discovered a new architectural feature of great interest to us.
The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen

Mr. Bandelier’s final conclusion in regard to the purpose of its erection is one of great interest, but not at all surprising.
The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen

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