Robert Wauchope

[archaeologist] Robert Wauchope (December 10, 1909 – January 20, 1979) was an American archaeologist and anthropologist, whose academic research specialized in the prehistory and archaeology of Latin America, Mesoamerica, and the Southwestern United States. Wauchope was born to George Armstrong Wauchope and Elizabeth Bostedo Wauchope in C
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Robert Wauchope

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Robert Wauchope

[Royal Navy officer] Robert Wauchope, (1788-1862) was a British admiral and inventor of the time ball. He was the fifth son of Andrew Wauchope (d.1823) of Niddrie-Marischall, Midlothian, Scotland, and Alice Baird (d.1814), daughter of William Baird of Newbyth. He joined the Royal Navy in 1802, was commissioned in 1808, and served in the Nap
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Robert Wauchope

[bishop] Robert Wauchope was the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh from 1539 to 1551. He was considered one of the best theologians of his day, taking prominent positions at the conference at Worms in 1540 and the Diet of Ratisbon in 1541. He also attended the early sessions of the Council of Trent. Wauchope worked as a theologian in Rome
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