Beaux Arts Special Edition / Champollion Museum The origins of Egyptology
The family of Jean-François Champollion, the Egyptologist, came from Isère. His older brother, Jacques-Joseph Champollion-Figeac, an archaeologist, journalist, librarian and university professor, married into a wealthy Grenoble family and was able to settle in a large house in the small town of Vif, south of Grenoble, where he was soon joined by the youngest of the Champollion siblings.
Beaux Arts Editions accompanies the opening of this new museum with a richly illustrated and didactic edition that will allow the reader to prepare or extend his or her visit to the former Champollion family estate, while revisiting the life and work of the two brothers by highlighting their research and their fundamental contribution to the birth of modern Egyptology.
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- 22 x 28,4 x 0,4 cm
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