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Oppert, Jules

(907 words)

Author(s): Lion, Brigitte | Michel, Cécile
German-French ancient Near Eastern scholar. Born Julius Samuel O., Hamburg, 9. 7. 1825, died Paris 21. 8. 1905. 1844–1847 studied law and Indo-European and Semitic linguistics at Heidelberg, Bonn and Berlin; 1846 doctorate in law at Kiel. 1847 moved to France. 1848–1850 German teacher at Lycée in Laval, then at Reims. 1852–1854 expedition to Mesopotamia. French citizen 1854, 1855 study trip to British Museum, London; 1856 Croix de la Légion d’honneur. 1857 prof. of Sanskrit and comparative linguistics at École des langues, Paris [8]. 1863 prize award of 20,000 francs for his…

Botta, Paul-Émile

(545 words)

Author(s): Lion, Brigitte | Michel, Cécile
French diplomat, archaeologist and doctor. Forenames also: Paolo Emilio. Born Turin 6. 12. 1802 (Italy), died Achères (France) 29. 3. 1870. ¶ World tour 1826–1829 [4]; [6]. 1825 doctorate of medicine, Turin; 1830 departure for Cairo, where he was court physician to the Egyptian Khedive Mehmed Ali. Journeyed through Palestine. 1832 expedition to Nubia. In the French diplomatic service from 1833. 1833 consul-general at Alexandria; 1835–1836 research trip to Yemen. 1841 consul at Mosul. 1842 test digs on Tell Kuyunjik (…

Thureau-Dangin, François

(931 words)

Author(s): Lion, Brigitte | Michel, Cécile
French archaeologist, ancient Near Eastern scholar and Sumerologist. Born Jean Gabriel Geneviève François T.-D., Paris, 3. 1. 1872, died there 24. 1. 1944. 1895 freelance assistant at the Département des Antiquités Orientales et de la ¶ Céramique Antique at the Louvre in Paris. Took part in the archaeological mission in Tello (Iraq). 1896 research term at Musée Impérial Ottoman in Istanbul. From 1902 attaché at the Louvre; from 1908 conservateur adjoint there. From 1910, co-editor of the Revue d’Assyriologie et d’Archéologie Orientale (RA). 1914–1918 served in the Armée d’Orient. 1…

Oppert, Jules

(858 words)

Author(s): Lion, Brigitte | Michel, Cécile
Dt.-franz. Altorientalist. Geb. am 9. 7. 1825 in Hamburg als Julius Samuel O., gest. am 21. 8. 1905 in Paris. 1844–1847 Studium der Rechtswiss. sowie der indoeurop. und semitischen Sprachwiss. in Heidelberg, Bonn und Berlin; 1846 juristische Prom. in Kiel. 1847 Übersiedlung nach Frankreich. 1848–1850 Gymnasialprof. für Deutsch am Lycée in Laval, danach in Reims. 1852–1854 Forschungsreise nach Mesopotamien; 1854 franz. Staatsbürgerschaft, 1855 Forschungsaufenthalt am British Museum, London; 1856 …

Botta, Paul-Émile

(526 words)

Author(s): Lion, Brigitte | Michel, Cécile
Franz. Diplomat, Archäologe und Arzt; Vornamen auch: Paolo Emilio. Geb. am 6. 12. 1802 in Turin (Italien), gest. am 29. 3. 1870 in Achères (Frankreich). Weltreise 1826–1829 [4]; [6]. 1925 Doktorat in Medizin in Turin; 1830 Abreise nach Kairo. Dort Arzt am Hofe des ägypt. Königs Mehmed Ali; Reise durch Palästina; 1832 Expedition nach Nubien. Ab 1933 im franz. diplomatischen Dienst; 1833 franz. Generakonsul in Alexandria; 1835–1836 Forschungsaufenthalt im Jemen; 1841 Konsul in Mossul. 1842 Probegr…

Thureau-Dangin, François

(882 words)

Author(s): Lion, Brigitte | Michel, Cécile
Franz. Archäologe, Altorientalist und Sumerologe. Geb. am 3. 1. 1872 in Paris als Jean Gabriel Geneviève François Th.-D., gest. am 24. 1. 1944 ebda. 1895 freier Mitarbeiter am Département des Antiquités Orientales et de la Céramique Antique am Musée du Louvre in Paris; beteiligt an der arch. Mission in Tello (Irak); 1896 Forschungsaufenthalt am Musée Impérial Ottoman in Istanbul; ab 1902 Attaché am Louvre; ab 1908 Conservateur adjoint am Louvre; ab 1910 Mitherausgeber der Revue d’Assyriologie et d’Archéologie Orientale (RA). 1914–1918 Dienst in der Armée d’Orient. 191…