Ernst-Ludwig Schwandner

German architectural historian

1938   -  

country of citizenship: Germany, German Empire
educated at: Technical University of Munich, Braunschweig University of Technology
occupation: building researcher, architectural historian, university teacher
position held: director, Referent, honorary professor, Lehrbeauftragter
student of: Gottfried Gruben

Ernst-Ludwig Schwandner (born 2 June 1938 in Berlin) is a German architecture historian and classical archaeologist. Schwandner received his doctorate in 1975 from the Technischen Universität München (Germany) with a thesis on the older temple of Aphaia on Aegina (German title: Der Ältere Tempel der Aphaia auf Aegina) under the supervision of Gottfried Gruben. Until his retirement in 2004, Schwandner held the post of director of the architecture department of the German Archaeological Institute (federal German archeological survey) in Berlin. In 2002 he joined the faculty at the Winkelmann Institute of the Humboldt University Berlin as adjunct professor ("Honorarprofessor"). The focus of Schwandner's research is the architectural history of ancient Greek architecture.
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