Institut d'Égypte

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Institut d'Égypte

CRAIG, James Ireland (1868 - 1952), Member Institut d’Egypte; Economic and Statistical Consultant

ENGELBACH, Reginald (1888 - 1946), Technical Adviser to the Antiquities Department, Egyptian Government, since 1942; Commander of the Crown of Italy, 1934; Chevalier of the Order of the North Star (Sweden), 1935; Membre titulaire de l’Institut d’Egypte, 1935; Member of the German Archæological Institute, 1936; Chevalier of the Légion d’Honneur (France), 1937

DAWSON, Warren Royal (1888 - 1968), Hon. Fellow: Imperial College of Science; Medical Society of London; Linnean Society; Hon. Member, Egypt Exploration Society; Membre Associé de l’Institut d’Egypte; Hon. Librarian to the Corporation of Lloyd’s, 1927–48; Frazer Lecturer, Glasgow, 1936

GIBB, Hamilton Alexander Rosskeen (1895 - 1971), Hon. Dr Algiers; Commander of Order of Orange-Nassau; Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, 1957–66; Hon. Fellow, St John’s Coll., Oxford, 1955; Foundation Member, Fuad I Academy of Arabic Language, Cairo; Hon. Mem. Amer. Acad. of Arts and Sciences; Fellow Danish Acad.; Mem. Amer. Philosophical Society; Associate Member Institut d’Egypte; Chairman, Permanent Committee on Geographical Names, 1947–55

ANDREADES, Andrew (1876 - 1935), Doctor of Law and of Political Science, Paris University; Fellow Academy of Athens: corresponding member Royal Economic Society, Academie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, Paris; Academy of Political Science, N. York; Bavarian Academy, Munich; Rumanian Academy, Bucharest: Institut d’Egypte, Cairo; Commander of the Legion d’honneur, of The Redeemer and of Leopold Orders; Grand Commander Crown of Italy and St. Sava of Serbia; Grand Cross Crown of Rumania and Civil Merit of Bulgaria; Dean Faculty of Law, Athens University; President Anglo-Hellenic League (Athens branch); Chairman of the Greek League of Nations Union

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When Napoleon Bonaparte's forces occupied Egypt in 1798, they were accompanied by a Scientific and Artistic Commission composed of civilian engineers, cartographers, scientists, and artists. In August 1798, after reaching ...

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