York was a confident, redheaded student of archaeology at Princeton University in 1933. During a lesson on the connection between myth and discovery — following Professor Indiana Jones' request for an archaeological context around his account of Heinrich Schliemann's uncovery of artifacts at Troy — York referenced Wilhelm Dorpfeld as the first to realize the city was actually nine, each built on the ruins of Troy before it.


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