Eugène Revillout (4 May 1843 in Besançon - 11 January 1913) was a French Egyptologist.
Revillout worked for the Louvre in Paris, as both a curator for the collection and professor of Egyptian at its school. He dealt particularly with the youngest branches of the Egyptian language and literature, Demotic and Coptic. Revillout was among the first that dealt with the legal history of ancient Egypt. He died in 1913.