Marc Gabolde

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Marc Gabolde (born 30 May 1957 in Nantes) is a French Egyptologist, specialist of the Eighteenth Dynasty and the Amarna period.[1]

After obtaining a Ph.D. in Egyptology at the University Lumière Lyon 2 in 1992, he joined Scientific IFAO (1993-1997). Since 1999 he has been a lecturer at the Université Paul Valéry - Montpellier III.[2] He has conducted archaeological missions in the Valley of the Queens, Karnak, Balat, Tebtunis and Amarna. Gabolde is the author of D'Akhénaton à Toutânkhamon (2000).

Publications[edit]

  • Akhenaton : Du mystère à la lumière, coll. Découvertes Gallimard (nº 478), Paris, Gallimard, 2005, 128 pp. ISBN 207030745X
  • Collab with Jean-Luc Bovot, Jean-Luc Chappaz and Rolf Krauss, Akhénaton et l'époque amarnienne, Paris, Khéops, 2005, 318 pp. ISBN 2950436862
  • D'Akhénaton à Toutânkhamon, Paris, Inst. Arch. Hist. Antiquité, 2000, 310 pp. ISBN 2911971027

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The End of the Amarna Period". BBC. Retrieved 18 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Marc Gabolde". Université Paul Valéry - Montpellier III. Retrieved 18 July 2012.