[ ving-kuhl-mahn ]
/ ˈvɪŋ kəlˌmɑn /
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Jo·hann Jo·a·chim [yoh-hahn yoh-ah-khim], /ˈyoʊ hɑn ˈyoʊ ɑ xɪm/, 1717–68, German archaeologist and art historian.
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How to use Winckelmann in a sentence
Yea, if there were only as much paganism as Goethe found and glorified in Winckelmann, even that would not be much.We Philologists, Volume 8 (of 18)|Friedrich Nietzsche
To the relief of Antinous Winckelmann gave the place of honour which it now occupies.
Winckelmann gloated over their beauty, for he united the artist's appreciation to the connoisseurship of the archologist.
Winckelmann, says: Those with the figures or heads of Serapis or Anubis incised upon them are of this period.Scarabs|Isaac Myer
Winckelmann and his immediate successors saw the ashes cleared from the first Pompeian wall-paintings.A history of art in ancient Egypt, Vol. I (of 2)|Georges Perrot
British Dictionary definitions for Winckelmann
/ (German ˈvɪŋkəlman) /
Johann Joachim (joˈhan ˈjoːaxɪm). 1717–68, German archaeologist and art historian; one of the founders of neoclassicism
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