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Lettres à M. Letronne sur les papyrus bilingues et grecs, et sur quelques autres monumens gréco-égyptiens du Musée d'Antiquités de l'Université de Leide. I: Text; II: Copy of Atlas. [TWO VOLUMES].

Reuvens, C. (Caspar) J. (Jacob) C. (Christiaan).

Editorial: Leide, S. et J. Luchtmans, 1830
Librería: Librarium of The Hague (The Hague, Holanda)

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Two volumes, one of which is in facsimile. I. Text Volume: Three parts bound in one. Quarto. Pp. 2 (Avertissement, verso blank), 89; (3 inc. 2 blanks), 57 (verso blank); 164. Plus 2 double-page leaves of handmade paper, numbered 3* & 16*, inserted at end. Indices, appendices, corrections and additions. Half-title, "Lettres relatives aux monumens gréco-égyptiens du Musée d'antiquits de Leide" present. Engraved tinted vignette ("Lampe gréco-égyptienne du Musée de Leide") to title-page. A wide-margined, uncut copy in the original plain paper wrappers, these slightly frayed along edges. A fine copy, practically unused, still entirely unopened. II. Atlas: Provided in Xerox Copy. Pp. 6, plus 6 plates (originally lithographed by the firm of L. Springer of Leiden). ~ Contains the three Letters. I: Papyrus bilingues; II: Monument en marbre; III: Papyrus grecs. With the Appendix: Papyrus bilingue, et livre magique, postérieurement reçus. Caspar Jacob Christiaan Reuvens (1793-1835), Dutch Egyptologist. Also known as Caspari Jacobi Christiani Reuvens, Gaspard Jacob Chrétien Reuvens, Casparus Jacobus Christianus Reuvens, and Kaspar Jakob Christian Reuvens. Studied law and classics in Amsterdam and Leiden but became interested in archaeology during a stay in Paris. He was appointed first director of the Leiden Museum of Antiquities and first professor of archaeology in the Netherlands (Leiden University, 1818-1835). It was Reuvens who transformed the mediocre archaeological cabinet of Leiden University to the National Museum of Antiquities of the Netherlands. Backed by King William I, he acquired the successive collections of De Lescluze, Cimba, and Anastasi, as well as numerous classical collections. Among his books are "Epimetrum de quibusdam monumentis cum Pollionis historia conjunctis" (1820); and "Periculum animadversionum archaeologicarum ad cippos Punicos Humbertianos Musei Antiquarii Lugduno-Batavi" (1822). Antoine-Jean Letronne (1787-1848) was a French archaeologist, director of the Ecole des Chartes, and inspector-general of the University of France. In 1831 he became professor of history in the College de France, a chair he exchanged in 1838 for that of archaeology. In 1840 he became the keeper of the national archives. N° de ref. de la librería 4293

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Título: Lettres à M. Letronne sur les papyrus ...

Editorial: Leide, S. et J. Luchtmans

Año de publicación: 1830

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