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Brugsch-Bey, Emil, 1842-1930

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Personal name headingBrugsch-Bey, Emil, 1842-1930
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Variant(s)Brugsch-Bey, Emil, 1842-
Bey, Emil Brugsch-, 1842-1930
Brugsch-Bey, E. (Emil), 1842-1930
Brugsch-Bey, Emil, b. 1842-
Brugsch, E. (Emil), 1842-1930
Brugsch, Emil, 1842-1930
Brugsch, Émile, 1842-1930
Brugsch, M. E., 1842-1930
Brugsch, Émile Charles Albert, 1842-1930
Associated countryCairo (Egypt)
Birth date1842-02-24
Death date1930-01-14
Place of birthBerlin (Germany)
Place of deathNice (France)
Field of activityPhotography Photography and museums Photography in archaeology Photography, Artistic--Catalogs Egyptology Civil service
AffiliationMatḥaf al-Miṣrī
Profession or occupationPhotographers Egyptologists Art museums--Egypt--Employees
Government employees Art conservators
Found inHis La trouvaille de Deir-el-Bahari, 1881: t.p. (M.E. Brugsch, conservateur-adjoint du Musée d'antiquités de Boulaq; ["M." must stand for monsieur, but t.p. does not suggest this, and name of his collaborator is given as "G. Maspero," without "M."])
NUC pre-1956 (Brugsch, Emil, 1842- ; author statement: Emil Brugsch Bey, Emil Brugsch-Bey, E. Brugsch-Bey)
BN (Brugsch-Bey, Emil)
BM (Brugsch, Émile)
University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Libraries. Digital Collections. Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Images of Egypt Collection, viewed on January 18, 2023: Relief of Princess Bintanat (plaster copy) (image) (creator, Brugsch-Bey, Emil, 1842-, 1842-1930, German (Photographer))
KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt (online), Fall 1996, viewed on January 18, 2023: Giants of Egyptology (9th of a series), The Brothers Brugsch, Heinrich (1827-1894) and Émile (1842-1930) (Émile Charles Albert Brugsch was born in Berlin on February 24, 1842 ... made Émile an assistant conservator at the Boulak Museum ... and at the new Egyptian Museum in Cairo ... was made successively Bey and Pasha by the Egyptian government for his service at the Boulak and Cairo museums ... His involvement in Egyptology ... was responsible for many of the photographic plates illustrating other early volumes of the Museum's Catalogue ... retired to Nice, dying there on January 14, 1930)
Associated languageger fre