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Camille Jullian (March 15, 1859 - December 12, 1933) was a French historian, philologist, archaeologist and historian of French literature, student of Fustel de Coulanges, whose posthumous work he published.
Biography [ edit ]
Jullian was born in
Marseille. Specialising in Gaul and the Roman epoch, he was notably a student of the École Normale Supérieure, member of the École française de Rome and professor of national antiquities at the Collège de France. His major work is a multi-volume history of Gaul.
Jullian was elected member of the
Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres in 1908 and the Académie française in 1924.
He died in
Paris in 1933. His daughter married a man of questionable background named Simounet, a war veteran who ended his life in poverty; their son, the author Philippe Jullian, took instead his grandfather's name. [1 ]
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