1835 in archaeology
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The year 1835 in archaeology involved some significant events.
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- Juan Galindo's description of the Maya site of Copán.
- John Gardner Wilkinson - Topography of Thebes, and general view of Egypt.
- 26 July - Caspar Reuvens, founder of the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities and the world's first professor of archaeology, dies at Rotterdam (b. 1793).