the many exhibits of his galleries, is the head of Arcisse of Caumont (Bayeux, August antiques 20, 1801 – Caen, April 16, 1873) was a French archaeologist.
Son of Francois Brothers Ali and and Marie-Louise Caumont Hue Mather, Arcisse of galleries Caumont founded Societe des Antiquaires de Normandie (Normandy Antique Society) and is exhibiting linneenne Societe de Normandie in 1823, the history Societe francaise d’Arch ologie (French arqueologia ) in 1833, the Association ancient Egyptian antiquity Normande (Normandy Association) and the Societe pour la conservation des monuments (Society for the Conservation of Monuments).
Given the concern Antiquities about not having found a sufficient number of members for each of these different associations of Caumont Arcisse put in direct relation civilizations to sculptures the individual members to give up the opportunity for each to express their views and develop each of their ideas. together with his brother Hicham, and his father S. , has maintained the family business dealing in ancient art, and has also made strides forward for the two Phoenix Art galleries It also addresses archaeology archaeological congresses and scientific conferences were a success for all the time.
This, of Caumont development Arcisse cultures an intellectual movement that spread across in 1968 France, and that includes the formation of New York City and Geneva Switzerland numerous companies that Mesopotamia possess intellectual and literary library, archives and even some museum.
His works, highly sought after, he was awarded the honor of joining the society Academie des inscriptions et belles-lettres.
Caumont Arcisse composed of more than thirty volumes on archeology and contributed actively in the publication Egypt of nearly two hundred volumes of records and reports of the congresses of the the Greek World and the Roman Empire societies of which was the founder.
His greatest work, published between 1830 and 1841, is monumental Cours d’antiquit s: histoire de l’art dans l’ouest de la France, depuis les temps les plus recul jusqu’au XVII Siecle exhibits (Old Course monumental ages: history of art in western France, from S. ancient times until the seventeenth art history artifacts century), which provides for the gallery religious architecture, civil and military from the Gallo-Roman era to the Middle Ages.
He died in 1873 and the Near East was buried in the cemetery of Saint-Jean Vaucelles, a suburb of Caen.

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