Édouard de Barthélemy

Édouard Marie, comte de Barthélemy (21 November 1830, Angers 30 May 1888, Paris) was a French administrator and historian. He was the brother of archaeologist Anatole Jean-Baptiste Antoine de Barthélemy.

During his career he served as an auditor of the Conseil du sceau des titres (Council Seal of securities), a member of the General Council of the Marne, mayor of Courmelois and as a correspondent member of the Académie nationale de Reims.[1][2]

Selected works


  1. 1 2 Barthélemy Édouard de Sociétés savantes de France
  2. Notices nécrologiques - B/BL La vie rémoise
  3. Édouard de Barthélemy Online Books

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