The life of Jacques de Morgan

A leading figure in the history of archaeology at the end of the 19th century, Jacques de Morgan was an explorer, archaeologist, and engineer trained at the Ecole des Mines. Discover his journey through the continents and across scientific disciplines.

Jacques de Morgan and the Caucasus

The work of Jacques de Morgan in the Caucasus furthers our understanding of the region, from the Bronze Age to the Armenian genocide. It also reveals his contribution to the development of archaeology as a science and a movement.

In the footsteps of Jacques de Morgan

This map shows the different stages in the life and work of Jacques de Morgan. Spanning three continents, it includes archaeological excavations, administrative missions, and the museums where his collections are conserved.