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Jean-Paul Roux

Jean-Paul Roux, PhD (5 January 1925 - 29 June 2009) was a French Turkologue and a specialist of Islamic culture.

He was a graduate of Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales, the École du Louvre, and the École Pratique des Hautes Études. In 1966 he was awarded a doctorate in literature in Paris. He was Director of Research at CNRS from 1957 to 1970, the Science Secretary for the Department of Oriental Languages and Civilizations from 1960 to 1966, and a teacher of Islamic art at École du Louvre. He was General Commissioner for the Islamic Arts at the Orangerie de Tuileries in 1971 and also the Grand Palais in 1977. Jean-Paul Roux's Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire (2003) has been described as an "admirable short introduction" by historian David Morgan.[1]

Publications

  • Ghenghis Khan and the Mongol Empire (2003)
  • Montagnes sacrées, montagnes mythiques (1999)
  • L'Asie centrale, histoire et civilisation (1997) ISBN 978-2-213-59894-9
  • Le roi, mythes et symbole (1995)
  • Histoire de l'empire mongol (1993)
  • Tamerlan (1991)
  • Jésus (1989)
  • Le sang. Mythes, symboles et réalités (1988)
  • Babur, histoire des Grands Moghols (1986)
  • Histoire des Turcs (1984)
  • Les explorateurs au Moyen Âge (1985, written with Sylvie-Anne Roux ISBN 2-01-279339-8)
  • La Religion des Turcs et des Mongols (1984)
  • Mustafa Kemal et la Turquie nouvelle (1983)
  • Les traditions des nomades de la Turquie méridionale : contribution à l'étude des représentations religieuses des sociétés turques d'après les enquêtes effectuées chez les Yörük et les Tahtaci (1969)
  • Faune et flore sacrées dans les sociétés altaïques (1966)
  • La mort (la survie) chez les peuples altaïques anciens et médiévaux d'après les documents écrits (1963)

References

  • BiblioMonde (French)

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