Adolf Bastian, German ethnologist

Adolf Bastian, German ethnologist

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Caption: Adolf Bastian (1826-1905). 1869 engraving of the German ethnologist and anthropologist Philipp Wilhelm Adolf Bastian. Bastian is best remembered for his contributions to the development of ethnography and of anthropology as a discipline. He was the founding director of the Museum of Ethnology in Berlin, Germany. His theory of the Elementargedanke led to Carl Jung's development of the theory of archetypes. Engraving from the Berlin Geographical Society.

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