Peter von Blanckenhagen
(1909-1990)

Baltic-german-american archaeologist – Peter von Blanckenhagen was born in Riga (Capital and largest city of Latvia) on March 21st, 1909 and died in New York City (Most populous city in the United States) on March 6th, 1990 at the age of 80. Today Peter von Blanckenhagen would be 115 years old.

Age

how old was Peter von Blanckenhagen when he died?

80

Peter von Blanckenhagen died in 1990 at the age of 80.


Biographical data

Birthday March 21st, 1909 (Sunday)
Place of Birth Riga
Capital and largest city of Latvia
Death Date March 6th, 1990 (Tuesday)
Death place New York City
Most populous city in the United States
Birth sign (Zodiac) Aries (The Ram) ♈
Chinese Zodiac Rooster 雞

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Birthday

When was Peter von Blanckenhagen born?

Peter von Blanckenhagen was born on March 21st, 1909.

Death

When did Peter von Blanckenhagen die?

Peter von Blanckenhagen died on March 6th, 1990 at the age of 80 in New York City (Most populous city in the United States). Today Peter von Blanckenhagen would be 115 years old.

Place of Birth

Where was Peter von Blanckenhagen born?

Riga (Capital and largest city of Latvia).

Death place

Where did Peter von Blanckenhagen die?

New York City (Most populous city in the United States).

Zodiac

What is the zodiac sign of Peter von Blanckenhagen?

Peter von Blanckenhagen was born in the zodiac sign Aries (The Ram).

Chinese Zodiac

Which Chinese zodiac sign does Peter von Blanckenhagen have?

Peter von Blanckenhagen was born in 1909 in the year of the Chinese zodiac Rooster.

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