Jullian, Camille

HISTORIAN, PHILOLOGIST, ARCHAEOLOGIST (FRANCE)
BORN 15 Mar 1859, Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône - DIED 12 Dec 1933, Paris
GRAVE LOCATION Bordeaux, Gironde: Cimetière Protestant de la rue Judaïque, rue Judaïque

Camille Julien studied at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. He was a student of Fustel de Coulanges and he published his posthumous works in 1890.

Julian specialised in the history of Gaul and in the Roman epoch and he became a professor of national antiquities at the Collège de France. His best known work was a multi volume edition on the history of Gaul.

He became a professor at the University of Bordeaux and at the Collège de France. In 1908 he was elected into the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres and in 1924 he became a member of the Académie française. He also received the Legion of Honour.

Images

The grave of Camille Jullian at the Cimetière Protestant de la rue Judaïque, Bordeaux.
Picture by Androom (12 May 2017)

 

Sources
Camille Jullian — Wikipédia
BORDEAUX (33) : cimetière protestant - Cimetières de France et d'ailleurs


Jundt, Gustave

Published: 12 Nov 2017
Last update: 12 Nov 2017