Walter Taylor

[archaeologist] Walter Willard Taylor, Jr. (1913 – 1997) was an American anthropologist and archaeologist most famous for his work at Coahuila in Mexico and his `Conjunctive archaeology`, a method of studying the past combining elements of both the traditional archaeology of the period and the allied field of anthropology. This was exempl...
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Walter Taylor

[engineer] Walter Taylor (1734–1803) of Southampton, supplied wooden rigging blocks to the Royal Navy, greatly improving their quality via technological innovations which were a significant step forward in the Industrial Revolution. From the age of 19, Taylor served as an apprentice to a block maker in Southampton. His father (also named ...
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Walter Taylor

[mathematician] Walter Taylor was a Trinity College, Cambridge tutor who coached 83 students in the 1724–1743 period. He later was appointed as the Regius Professor of Greek. He was the son of John Taylor, Vicar of Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. He matriculated in 1716 from Wakefield School, Yorkshire. Taylor was admitted as a pensioner at Tri...
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