Pierre Jacotin (1765–1827) was named director of all the surveyors and geographers working in the Nile Valley in 1799 during the campaign in Egypt of Napoleon. After his return from Egypt, Jacotin worked on preparing the plates for publication, but in 1808 Napoleon formally made them state secrets and forbade publication. It was not until 1817 that the engraved plates could be published.
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- Panckoucke, Charles Louis Fleury (1824). Description de l'Égypte: ou, Recueil des observations et des recherches qui ont été faites en ... 17. Paris: Imprimerie de C.L.F . Panckoucke. (Pierre Jacotin: pp. 437-652, “Syria”: pp. 594-609 )
- Jacotin maps at the David Rumsey Historical Map Collection .
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