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Goddio, Franck

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Personal name headingGoddio, Franck
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See alsoFounded corporate body of person: Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine
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Chief executive of: Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine
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Employer: University of Oxford
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Associated countryFrance
Associated placeParis (France) Italy Egypt Philippines
LocatedMadrid (Spain)
Birth date1947
Place of birthCasablanca (Morocco)
Field of activityArchaeology Underwater archaeology Classical antiquities Management Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine--Management Finance
AffiliationOxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology
Far Eastern Foundation for Nautical Archaeology
University of Oxford. School of Archaeology Légion d'honneur (France)
Profession or occupationArchaeologists Classicists Executives College teachers Economists
Found inHis Discovery and archaeological excavation of a 16th century trading vessel in the Philippines, 1988: t.p. (Franck Goddio)
Weisses Gold, 1997: t.p. (Franck Goddio) jkt. (b. 1947, Casablanca; lives in Madrid)
Thonis-Heracleion in context, 2015: title page (Franck Goddio; edited) page xii (Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine, 17 rue Thouin, 75005 Paris, France) Acknowledgements (Paris, November 2014)
Goddio, Franck. Sunken Egypt, 2004: title page (Franck Goddio) page facing title page (translation from the French) page 8 (director, Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine (IEASM); grandson of navigator Éric de Bisschop; at age 37, abandoned suit and tie, devoted his energies to new vocation as underwater archaeologist; born Casablanca of Italian father, Breton mother; following scientific training, worked 12 years in economics and finance; owed initiation into career change to archaeologist Jacques Dumas, president of World Scuba Diving Federation; joined underwater excavation in Aboukir Bay) page 9 (in 1985, he founded Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine (IEASM) or European Institute of Underwater Archaeology, organisation whose aim was to identify underwater archaeological sites, excavate and study them, and restore the recovered artefacts and display them to the public; excavations in the Philippines; headed multidisciplinary team; then returned to Egypt to uncover remains lying in the bays of Alexandria and Aboukir)
Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine website, 21 December 2018: Franck Goddio (founding president of Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine and Far Eastern Foundation for Nautical Archaeology (FEFNA) in the Philippines; co-founder of Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology; recently named senior visiting lecturer, École d'archéologie, Université d'Oxford) Présentation (Institut européen d'archéologie sous-marine was founded by Franck Goddio in 1987; in 2003, IEASM, Fondation Hilti, and Université d'Oxford founded Centre d'Oxford pour l'Archéologie Maritime (OCMA), a research centre of Institut dArchéologie of the university)
BnF, 3 January 2019 (authorized access point: Goddio, Franck (1947- ....); country: France; language: French; sex: masculine; birth: 1947; ISNI 0000 0000 8118 3806; record number: FRBNF12426150)
Wikipedia, 21 December 2018 (Franck Goddio; Italian / French underwater archaeologist; in 2000, discovered the city of Thonis-Heracleion 7 km off the Egyptian shore in Aboukir Bay; he led the excavation of the submerged site of Eastern Canopus and of Antirhodos in the ancient harbour of Alexandria (Portus Magnus); has also excavated ships in the waters of the Philippines, significantly the Spanish Galleon San Diego; degrees in mathematics and statistics from the École Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Économique in Paris; was employed as an advisor to national and international organizations and various governments for over 15 years; in early 1980s, decided to focus on underwater archaeology)
VIAF, 3 January 2019 (authorized access points in VIAF cluster: Goddio, Franck, 1947- ...., Goddio, Franck, Franck Goddio (Wikidata); VIAF ID: 39468596 (Personal))
Wikidata, 3 January 2019 (Franck Goddio (Q277867); French archaeologist; country of citizenship: France; languages spoken, written, or signed: French; award received: Knight of the Legion of Honour)
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