Lucien LERAT, acheology in Villards d’Héria from 1958 to 1982

Lucien LERAT (1909-1993) studied archeology from 1930 to 1932 at the École normale supérieure in Paris then from 1933 to 1936 as a member of the French School of Athens in Greece. After his return in 1937 he went to the University of Besançon, where he was professor of Greek language and literature until 1955 and from 1955 to 1981 professor of Artistic Archeology (= Classical Archeology). From 1953 to 1960, Lerat was appointed dean of the Faculty of Letters. From 1942 to 1971, he was director of the archaeological sites of Franche-Comté.

Lerat’s research interests were ancient Gaul and Greece. From his dissertation on Western Lokris, which he published in 1952 in two volumes

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BIBLIOGRAPHY (to be completed with tributes to Lucien LERAT – PUFC 1990)
Locrians of the West. 2 volumes, Paris 1952
Ancient lamps. Catalog of the archaeological collections of Besançon. Paris 1954
Gallo-Roman fibulae. Catalog of the archaeological collections of Besançon. Paris 1956
The Gallo-Roman fibulae of Mandeure. Catalog of the archaeological collections of Montbéliard. Paris 1957
Vesontio. In: Pauly’s Realencyclopadie der classischen Antientwissenschaften (RE). Volume VIII A, 2, Stuttgart 1958, Sp. 1695-1705.
with Yves Jeannin: Luxueil sigilé ceramics. Paris 1960
The “city of Antre”. Myths and realities. Paris 1965
Roman Gaul. Paris 1977. Reprint 1986
The fibulae of Alesia. Dijon / Semur 1979
Dan Besançon Gallo-Roman. Paris 1985
with Hélène Walter: Besançon antique. Paris 1990

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