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Professor Noël Duval FBA

About this Fellow

History, archaeology, epigraphy of Late Antiquity: imperial ideology and palaces; iconography; early Christian and Byzantine architecture; ecclesiastical architecture and fittings; Christian inscriptions; studies in the Graeco-Roman department of the Lou

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Appointments

Current post

  • Professor of Late Antique Archaeology, University Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) Emeritus

Past Appointments

  • Member Ecole Française de Rome, Other Foreign Institutions, 1953 - 1955
  • Curator, head of Greek and Roman Department, Musée du Louvre, Other Foreign Institutions, 1968 - 1975
  • Professor, Archaeology of Late Antiquity (et Haut Moyen-âge, Byzance), University of Paris, 1976 - 1992
  • Professor of Late Antique Archaeology, University Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) emeritus, University of Paris, 1976 - 1992
  • Professor of Late Antique Archaeology, University Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) emeritus, University of Paris, 1976 - 1992
  • Ecole francaise de Rome, Other Foreign Institutions, 1953 - 1955
  • Professor of Late Antique Archaeology, University Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) emeritus, University of Paris, 1976 - 1992

Publications

Les églises africaines a deux absides (author 2 vol. 1971, 1973

Häidra I-II (editor and co-author: 1976, 1981)

Salona I, III (editor and co-author: 1994, 2000)

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