Guy Barruol

Guy Barruol (born 10 June 1934) is a French historian and archaeologist. He is Director of Research Emeritus at the CNRS.

Guy Barruol
Born (1934-06-10) 10 June 1934 (age 86)
Mazan, Vaucluse
CitizenshipFrench
OccupationHistorian, archaeologist
Academic background
Academic work
InstitutionsCNRS
Notable worksLes peuples préromains du Sud-Est de la Gaule (1969)

BiographyEdit

Guy Barruol was born on 10 June 1934 in Mazan, Vaucluse,[1] the son of Jean Barruol (1898–1982), a local historian and the author of numerous books on ancient and medieval Provence.[2]

Barruol entered the CNRS in January 1962 as an intern, then was awarded the post of Research Assistant in 1963, Research Fellow in 1967, Senior Research Fellow in 1967, and eventually became Director of Research in 1985. Since June 2000, he has been Director of Research Emeritus at the CNRS.[1]

Barruol was the director of the Antiquités Historiques of Languedoc-Roussillon from 1968 to 1982, and a member of the Conseil National de la Recherche Archéologique [fr] until 1999.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Fiche de description". archeo-lattes.cnrs.fr. 2010-02-08. Retrieved 2021-01-19.
  2. ^ "Ville d'Apt – Affaires Culturelles: Acceptation d'un don fait par M. Guy BARRUOL au profit des archives municipales" (PDF). 11 July 2017.