Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de Saulcy, dit Félicien de Saulcy ou Félix de Saulcy, né à Lille le 19 mars 1807 et mort à Paris le 4 novembre 1880, est un archéologue et numismate français, conservateur de musée et sénateur du Second Empire, considéré comme l'un des fondateurs de l'archéologie biblique.

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  • Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de Saulcy, dit Félicien de Saulcy ou Félix de Saulcy, né à Lille le 19 mars 1807 et mort à Paris le 4 novembre 1880, est un archéologue et numismate français, conservateur de musée et sénateur du Second Empire, considéré comme l'un des fondateurs de l'archéologie biblique.
  • Louis Felicien de Saulcy (1807–1880) was a French numismatist, Orientalist, and archaeologist. Louis Felicien de Saulcy was born in Lille, France, the scion of a noble family. He traveled though Syria and Palestine in 1850–51, 1863, and 1869. On his first trip to Palestine in 1850, searching for something of interest "in a place fraught with danger", he toured the Dead Sea area, misidentified Sodom and Gomorrah, and sketched the first map of Masada. He discovered the Shihan Stele and identified Tell es-Sultan as the site of the ancient city of Jericho. De Saucy conducted the first archaeological dig in the Holy Land in 1863. He excavated the Tombs of the Kings in Jerusalem, mistakenly identifying them as the Tombs of the House of David. He discovered the sarcophagus of Queen Helena of Adiabene, although he believed the bones inside, wrapped in shrouds with golden embroidery, were the remains of the wife of a king of Judea from the First Temple period, possibly Zedekiah or Jehoash. De Saulcy was forced to suspend the dig when the news that human bones were being dug up drew the ire of the Jewish community of Jerusalem. The sarcophagus and other findings were sent to France and displayed at the Louvre.De Saulcy's archaeological work is now considered amateurish, but he is recognized as an important numismatist. He was the first to catalogue the coins of Palestine and amassed a large coin collection.
  • Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de Saulcy, también conocido como Félicien o Félix de Saulcy (Lille, 19 de marzo de 1807 - París, 4 de noviembre de 1880), fue un arqueólogo francés del siglo XIX, considerado uno de los fundadores de la arqueología bíblica, y coetáneo y amigo de Prosper Mérimée.
  • Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de Saulcy, noto anche come Félicien de Saulcy o Félix de Saulcy, (Lilla, 19 marzo 1807 – Parigi, 4 novembre 1880), è stato un archeologo e numismatico francese.È stato conservatore di museo e senatore durante il Secondo impero; è considerato come uno dei fondatori dell'archeologia biblica.
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  • Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de Saulcy, dit Félicien de Saulcy ou Félix de Saulcy, né à Lille le 19 mars 1807 et mort à Paris le 4 novembre 1880, est un archéologue et numismate français, conservateur de musée et sénateur du Second Empire, considéré comme l'un des fondateurs de l'archéologie biblique.
  • Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de Saulcy, también conocido como Félicien o Félix de Saulcy (Lille, 19 de marzo de 1807 - París, 4 de noviembre de 1880), fue un arqueólogo francés del siglo XIX, considerado uno de los fundadores de la arqueología bíblica, y coetáneo y amigo de Prosper Mérimée.
  • Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de Saulcy, noto anche come Félicien de Saulcy o Félix de Saulcy, (Lilla, 19 marzo 1807 – Parigi, 4 novembre 1880), è stato un archeologo e numismatico francese.È stato conservatore di museo e senatore durante il Secondo impero; è considerato come uno dei fondatori dell'archeologia biblica.
  • Louis Felicien de Saulcy (1807–1880) was a French numismatist, Orientalist, and archaeologist. Louis Felicien de Saulcy was born in Lille, France, the scion of a noble family. He traveled though Syria and Palestine in 1850–51, 1863, and 1869. On his first trip to Palestine in 1850, searching for something of interest "in a place fraught with danger", he toured the Dead Sea area, misidentified Sodom and Gomorrah, and sketched the first map of Masada.
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