Colette Picard

For other uses, see Picard (name).

Colette Picard (née Durand) (1913 – 11 October 1999, Versailles) was a French archaeologist and historian. As curator of the archaeological site of Carthage, she led excavations on the hill of Byrsa in 1947.[1]

Married to historian Gilbert Charles-Picard, Colette Picard was the mother of Hellenist Olivier Picard, former director of the École française d'Athènes and a member of the Institut de France.



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