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Fri Mar 21 17:10:30 2014 UTClccn-n791456700.06Seeker of knowledge : the man who deciphered Egyptian hieroglyphs /0.450.96Paléographie universelle. Collection de fac-similé d'écritures de tous les peuples et de tous les temps, tirés des plus authentiques documents de l'art graphique, chartes et manuscrits existant dans les archives et les bibliothèques de France, d'Italie, d'Allemagne et d'Angleterre, publiés d'après les modèles écrits dessinés et peints sur les lieux mêmes34454460Jean-François_Champollionn 79145670376801Champollion.Champollion, 1790-1832Champollion den yngre, 1790-1832Champollion, el Jóven 1790-1832Champollion Figéac, Jean François, 1790-1832Champollion, J.-F.Champollion, J.-F, 1790-1832Champollion, J.-F. (Jean-François), 1790-1832Champollion, Jean-FrançoisChampollion, Jean-François, 1790-1832Champollion, Jean-François, le jeuneChampollion, Jean-François le jeune 1790-1832Champollion jeune, Jean-François 1790-1832Champollion, le JeuneChampollion, le jeune, 1790-1832Champollion le jeune, Jean-François 1790-1832Champollion Saquir, 1790-1832Šampol'on, Ž.-F.Šampol'on, Ž.-F. 1790-1832جان فرانسوا شامبليون، 1790-1832 م.シャンポリオン, ジャン フランソワlccn-n88109880Robinson, Andrew1957-lccn-n82031508Rumford, James1948-lccn-n80022788Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus1756-1791lccn-n79041870Woolf, Virginia1882-1941lccn-n78095637Darwin, Charles1809-1882lccn-n79034525Leonardoda Vinci1452-1519lccn-n80002447Ray, Satyajit1921-1992lccn-n79022889Einstein, Albert1879-1955lccn-n50080992Cartier-Bresson, Henri1908-2004lccn-n80102228Wren, ChristopherSir1632-1723Champollion, Jean-François1790-1832DictionariesDiariesRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsHistoryCatalogsBibliographyPeriodicalsChampollion, Jean-François,Egyptian language--Writing, HieroglyphicEgyptologistsFranceRosetta stoneEgyptCreative abilityGifted personsInspirationCurie, Marie,Darwin, Charles,Wren, Christopher,--Sir,Cartier-Bresson, Henri,Ray, Satyajit,Leonardo,--da Vinci,Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus,Einstein, Albert,Woolf, Virginia,AntiquitiesTutankhamen,--King of EgyptCarter, Howard,Belzoni, Giovanni Battista,ArchaeologyExcavations (Archaeology)Ramses--II,--King of EgyptEgypt--Abū SunbulEgypt--Valley of the KingsEgyptologyTravelEgyptian languageAfrica--NubiaEgyptian language--GrammarNapoleon--I,--Emperor of the French,ArtEgyptian language--Writing, DemoticGreek language--WritingTombsArt, EgyptianHistorical geographyYoung, Thomas,Mythology, EgyptianPhilologistsPalli-Bartolommei, Angelica,Adventure and adventurersTemple of Seti I (Abydos, Egypt)Gods, EgyptianPaleographyCiphersMuseo egizio di TorinoCivilization179018321811181218141815181818211822182318241825182618271828182918301831183218331834183518361838183918401841184218431844184518461847184918501851185318561858185918601863186818721877187818841886188718881889189018931897189919001906190719091915192119221923192519321935193819391947194819501960196219631965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761978197919801982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201389676041284493.1PJ1135ocn310684964ocn630547768ocn833425433ocn833425425ocn630547787ocn830880884ocn311629154ocn311432865ocn079659875ocn312469406ocn858185107ocn472153612ocn490335787ocn446876991ocn469808480ocn186693773ocn469808497ocn846525835ocn846519323ocn368510153ocn762847270ocn457468203Archaeologists20248ocn006187812book18310.79Champollion, Jean-FrançoisMonuments de l'Égypte et de la Nubie, d'après les dessins exécutés sur les lieux sous la direction de Champollion-le-jeune, et les descriptions autographes qu'il en a rédigées13519ocn001656929book18240.73Champollion, Jean-FrançoisPrécis du système hiéroglyphique des anciens égyptiens, ou, Recherches sur les élemens premiers de cette écriture sacrée, sur leurs diverses combinaisons, et sur les rapports de ce système avec les autres méthodes graphiques égyptiennes12740ocn009739856book18220.81Champollion, Jean-FrançoisLettre à M. Dacier, secrétaire perpétuel de l'Académie royale des inscriptions et belles-lettres : relative a l'alphabet des hiéroglyphes phonétiques employés par les égyptiens pour inscrire sur leurs monuments : les titres, les noms et les surnoms des souverains grecs et romainsRecords and correspondence12212ocn012859820book19840.81Champollion, Jean-FrançoisPrincipes généraux de l'écriture sacrée égyptienne : appliquée à la représentation de la langue parléeLe célèbre égyptologue découvreur de la signification de hiéroglyphes, au XIXe siècle, explique comment fonctionnait cette écriture à la fois figurative, symbolique et phonétique12128ocn004875472book18310.79Champollion, Jean-FrançoisGrammaire égyptienne, ou Principes généraux de l'écriture sacrée égyptienne appliquée à la représentation de la langue parlée11428ocn018050830book18230.76Champollion, Jean-FrançoisPanthéon égyptien : collection des personnages mythologiques de l'ancienne EgypteDès 1822, ayant maîtrisé le système hiéroglyphique, le célèbre et premier égyptologue entame en 1823 une série d'études sur les divinités du Nil. Cette édition reproduit le texte définitif de 1831 avec les planches illustratives. Courte préface et notes finales9410ocn006516899book18410.70Champollion, Jean-FrançoisDictionnaire égyptien : en écriture hiéroglyphiqueHistoryDictionaries829ocn001530391book19740.93Textes et langages de l'Egypte pharaonique; cent cinquante années de recherches, 1822-19728020ocn006155964book18110.84Champollion, Jean-FrançoisL'Égypt sous les Pharaons : ou Recherches sur la géographie, la réligion, la langue, les écritures et l'histoire de l'Égypte avant l'invasion de CambyseHistory755ocn005027120book19220.93Recueil d'études égyptologiques dédiées à la mémoire de Jean-François Champollion à l'occasion du centenaire de la lettre à M. Dacier relative à l'alphabet des hiéroglyphes phonétiques, lue à l'Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres le 27 septembre 1822733ocn049312825book20010.31Champollion, Jean-FrançoisEgyptian diaries : how one man unveiled the mysteries of the NileDiaries+-+77588485463247132ocn006156165book18240.76Champollion, Jean-FrançoisPrécis du système hiéroglyphique des anciens Égyptiens : ou, Recherches sur les élémens premiers de cette écriture sacrée ...633ocn000805244book19730.93Le Nil et la société égyptienneExhibition catalogs627ocn406798992book18460.86Champollion, Jean-FrançoisDictionnaire égyptienDictionariesC'est au cours de son unique et ultime voyage en Egypte, en 1829, trois ans avant sa mort, que Champollion vérifia et augmenta les fiches de son Dictionnaire qu'il considérait comme la suite de sa Grammaire égyptienne. Les deux ouvrages furent publiés après sa mort par les soins de son frère aîné5611ocn022732158book18270.84Champollion, Jean-FrançoisNotice descriptive des monumens égyptiens du Musée Charles XCatalogsGuide des collections égyptiennes du musée Charles X, actuel département des antiquités de l'Egypte ancienne du Louvre. Paru en 1827, ce catalogue réalisé par le père de l'égyptologie comporte l'identification et le commentaire détaillé de plus d'un millier d'objets4610ocn044274536book18240.92Champollion, Jean-FrançoisLettres a M. le duc de Blacas d'Aulps ... relatives au Musée royal égyptien de Turin4418ocn489659810book18330.86Champollion, Jean-FrançoisLettres écrites d'Egypte et de Nubie, en 1828 et 1829394ocn004647563book18410.96Silvestre, J. BPaléographie universelle. Collection de fac-similé d'écritures de tous les peuples et de tous les temps, tirés des plus authentiques documents de l'art graphique, chartes et manuscrits existant dans les archives et les bibliothèques de France, d'Italie, d'Allemagne et d'Angleterre, publiés d'après les modèles écrits dessinés et peints sur les lieux mêmes365ocn012046554serial0.84Bulletin des sciences historiques, antiquités, philologieHistoryPeriodicalsBibliography334ocn005896449book19500.92Champollion, Jean-FrançoisO egipetskom ieroglificheskom alfavite9805ocn041892078book20000.06Rumford, JamesSeeker of knowledge : the man who deciphered Egyptian hieroglyphsJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the French scholar whose decipherment of the Egyptian hieroglyphic language made the study of ancient Egypt possible+-+70988836159042ocn587229755book20100.32Robinson, AndrewSudden genius? : the gradual path to creative breakthroughsThe final part asks what these ten highly creative individuals and many others have in common; if there are certain types of education, parental upbringing, and personality associated with genius: whether breakthroughs follow patterns; how creative science compares with artistic creation; and whether breakthroughs always involve imaginative leaps of discovery--so-called eurekas. Although breakthroughs may appear to have little in common, whether in art or science, it turns out that they almost always require at least ten years of immersion in a domain. --Book Jacket+-+40441044657165ocn053483613book20040.24Meyerson, DanielThe linguist and the emperor : Napoleon and Champollion's quest to decipher the Rosetta StoneRecounts the story of the race between Napoleon and linguist Jean-Francois Champollion to break the code of the Rosetta Stone, from its discovery and the early efforts to secure it, to the impact the stone had on the lives of everyone who encountered it+-+62150909854465ocn757485780book20120.27Robinson, AndrewCracking the Egyptian code : the revolutionary life of Jean-François ChampollionBiographyCracking the Egyptian Code is the first biography in English of Champollion, widely regarded as the founder of Egyptology. Andrew Robinson meticulously reconstructs how Champollion cracked the code of the hieroglyphic script, describing how Champollion started with Egyptian obelisks in Rome and papyri in European collections, sailed the Nile for a year, studied the tombs in the Valley of the Kings (a name he first coined), and carefully compared the three scripts on the Rosetta Stone to penetrate the mystery of the hieroglyphic text. Robinson also brings to life the rivalry between Champollion and the English scientist Thomas Young, who claimed credit for launching the decipherment, which Champollion hotly denied. There is much more to Champollion's life than the Rosetta Stone and Robinson gives equal weight to the many roles he played in his tragically brief life, from a teenage professor in Revolutionary France to a supporter of Napoleon (whom he met), an exile, and a curator at the Louvre2873ocn068693779visu20060.20EgyptHistoryDramaFilmed on location, Egypt dramatizes the stories of the intrepid adventurers and explorers who explored Egypt in the 19th and 20th centuries. Napoleon's invasion of Egypt in 1798 had reignited interest in the country, as did the publication of the initial volumes of the "Description de l'Égypte" in 1809. The first story tells of the adventures of Howard Carter, who found the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1923 in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor. The second features the exploits of Giovanni Battista Belzoni, who excavated the splendid Temple of Rameses II at Abu Simbel. Finally, the account of the 'Father of Egyptology' Jean-Francois Champollion, the young French genius who--aided by the Rosetta Stone--decoded the hieroglyphs and revealed an ancient and mysterious faith that had been lost to the world for 3,000 years+-+32647346963241657ocn023976402book19880.79Lacouture, JeanChampollion, une vie de lumièresBiography1422ocn001363232book19660.07Honour, AlanThe man who could read stones; Champollion and the Rosetta StoneJuvenile works1259ocn001979637book18300.86Greppo, J.-G.-HEssay on the hieroglyphic system of M. Champollion, jun., and on the advantages which it offers to sacred criticismHistory1105ocn319830231book19900.59Dewachter, MichelChampollion, un scribe pour l'ÉgypteBiography1081ocn076806325visu20060.18Secrets of the Rosetta stoneHistoryIn 1799, French troops near the Egyptian town of Rosetta discovered an ancient basalt slab that would prove to be the key to unlocking Egypt's mysteries. Carved in 196 BC, the Rosetta stone bore a decree praising the Egyptian king Ptolemy V -- etched in hieroglyphs, demotic Egyptian and Greek. From the discovery and the long struggle to uncover the secrets of the ancient language to the birth of modern Egyptology, this is the fascinating saga of the Rosetta stone1061ocn053123157book20030.14Jacq, ChristianChampollion the EgyptianHistoryFictionBorn in the small French town of Figeac in 1790, Jean-Francois Champollion was to become famous as the man who first discovered the meaning of hieroglyphs. This remarkable novel tells the story of his extraordinary trip to Egypt in 1828 on a quest to prove the truth of his groundbreaking theories and to save the treasures of the pharaohs from destruction. Egypt in the early 19th centure was a land of legends and miracles - and a land full of danger. Heading a team of reaserchers as he travelled from site to site, from Alexandria to Abu Simbel, the man they called 'the Egyptian' faced formidable enemies determined to prevent him from succeeding in his mission. With a historian's eye for detail and a potent imagination, Christian Jacq tells the incredible true story of this man of action and dedicated scholar, the father of modern Egyptology1053ocn021615222book19880.88Macé, GérardLe dernier des EgyptiensBiography856ocn016124534book18330.86Champollion, Jean-FrançoisLettres écrites d'Egypte et de Nubie, en 1828 et 1829782ocn019632101book19860.79Champollion, Jean-FrançoisLettres et journaux écrits pendant le voyage d'Egypte666ocn016834042book19870.56Jacq, ChristianChampollion, l'égyptien : roman historiqueFictionAnalyse : Roman historique617ocn004853930book18250.86Salt, HenryEssay on Dr. Young's and M. Champollion's phonetic system of hieroglyphics; with some additional discoveries, by which it may be applied to decipher the names of the ancient kings of Egypt and Ethiopia554ocn059668674visu20030.59Egyptology Tutankhamun's tomb and the Rosetta Stone"This intriguing, highly realistic program cinematically dramatizes the efforts of Carter and Champollion, a century apart, to make sense of an ancient world that had been kept silent for thousands of years by an indecipherable language. Original BBCW broadcast title: Tutankhamun's Tomb and the Rosetta Stone."--Container512ocn005415031book19780.90Champollion, Jean-FrançoisLettres à ZelmireRecords and correspondence491ocn035654901visu19960.13The Rosetta stoneFor thousands of years, the history of ancient Egypt was sealed off from the world. But in 1799, the breakthrough needed to decipher the hieroglyphs, the Rosetta stone, was discovered. Yet it could not be translated until 1822, when Francois Champollion finally revealed its meaning473ocn024630586book19900.88Kettel, JeannotJean-François Champollion le Jeune : répertoire de bibliographie analytique, 1806-1989Bibliography+-+7758848546324+-+7758848546324Fri Mar 21 15:59:45 EDT 2014batch46052