Hudson was a timid sophomore studying archaeology at Princeton University in 1933. He hesitantly corrected Indiana Jones' misspelling of Schliemann during a lesson on the connection between myth and discovery. The professor thanked him for the correction and encouraged the man to feel free to contribute, which Hudson did, later providing an archaeological context for Schliemann's discovery of gold artifacts at Troy by referring to Carl Blegen's expedition began the year before.


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