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In this first-hand account of his excavations at Hissarlik in Turkey, 'translated by the author's sanction' in 1875, Heinrich Schliemann (1822-1890), a successful businessman and self-taught archaeologist, describes the discoveries which convinced him that he had proved the real historical existence of the legendary city of Troy.About the Author:
Phil Smith is an active philanthropist who writes and speaks under the banner Practicing Significance. Smith is the former CEO of Prize Energy Corp. and Tide West Oil Company.
Eric Thurman has been a leading expert in international philanthropy for decades. A former CEO of Opportunity International, HOPE International, and Geneva Global Inc., Thurman is now CEO of The Protos Fund. He has been profiled in Forbes magazine, on CNN, and in many other media forums.
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