Victor Bérard

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Victor Bérard (French: [beʁaʁ]; Morez, 10 August 1864 – Paris, 13 November 1931) was a French diplomat and politician.

Today, he is still renowned for his works about Hellenistic studies and geography of the Odyssey.[1] Bérard's "L'Angleterre et l'impérialisme" was translated into English and published in 1906 as "British imperialism and commercial supremacy" (Longmans, Green, London, New York).[2]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Les Phéniciens et l'Odyssée (1902–1903, re-ed. 1927), Armand Colin, Paris, 1902–1903 (and 1927)
  • Les navigations d'Ulysse, Armand Colin, Paris, 1927–1929 (and 1971)
  • La Résurrection d'Homère, Bernard Grasset, Paris, 1930

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Victor Bérard", in Je m'appelle Byblos, Jean-Pierre Thiollet, H & D, 2005, p. 250.
  2. ^ WorldCat Title British imperialism and commercial supremacy.