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Voyageurs et perception des vestiges archéologiques à Sinope au temps de la représentation diplomatique française, sous le Consulat et l’Empire

Abstract : During the French diplomatic presence in Sinope, between 1803 and 1809, only French travellers linked to diplomacy (Pierre and Adrien Dupré, Beaujour and Tancoigne) visited and described the archaeological reminds of the city. They were bestowed commentaries and reflections by Pascal Fourcade, the French consul in Sinope, a scholar, in love with archaeology, author of lost memories upon the history and the antiquities of Sinope. Their relations are usefull for the knowledge of the ancient remains of Sinope and are a testimony of the French interest for archaeology in the begining of the xixth Century.
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Claire Barat. Voyageurs et perception des vestiges archéologiques à Sinope au temps de la représentation diplomatique française, sous le Consulat et l’Empire. Anabases - Traditions et réceptions de l’Antiquité, E.R.A.S.M.E., 2005, pp.163-175. ⟨10.4000/anabases.1666⟩. ⟨hal-03660394⟩

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