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Edmond Saglio (9 June 1828, Paris – 7 December 1911) was a French archaeologist. He was son-in-law to journalist Édouard Charton (1807-1890).

From 1871 to 1893, he worked as a curator at the Louvre, followed by a directorship at the Musée de Cluny (1893-1903). In 1887 he became a member of the Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres.

With medical historian Charles Victor Daremberg (1817-1872), he was editor of the 10-volume Dictionnaire des Antiquités Grecques et Romaines.

Works about Edmond Saglio

  • "Notice sur la vie et les travaux de M. Edmond Saglio lue dans la séance du 16 mai 1913" by Ulysse Chevalier, Paris : Firmin Didot, 1913.
  • "Notice nécrologique sur Edmond Saglio, membre de l'Institut, membre honoraire de la Société nationale des antiquaires de France (1828-1911)" by Maurice Roy, Impr. Daupeley-Gouverneur, 1926.




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