Maurice Sartre

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Maurice Sartre (born 3 October 1944) is a French historian, an Emeritus professor of ancient history at the François Rabelais University,[1] a specialist in ancient Greek and Eastern Roman history, especially the Hellenized Middle East, from Alexander to Islamic conquests.

Contribution to the history of the ancient Near East

Maurice Sartre has written extensively on the history of the Middle East and the Levantine Sea in Ancient history. He also published several volumes of Greek and Latin inscriptions from Syria and Jordania. Currently associate researcher at the Institut français du Proche-Orient (IFPO), since 1997 he is the editor of Syria, the prestigious journal of archeology, art and history published by this institution.

Selected works


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