CNRS – Le journal – 07.09.2015, byMorgane Gibert.
Architect and archaeologist Jean-Claude Golvin created a watercolor drawing of Emperor Tiberius’ villa Jovis (42 BC – 37 AD). This researcher’s career perfectly illustrates its various aspects, from in situ data collection – for instance during archaeological excavations in Egypt, particularly in Karnak – to reconstructions, which take the form of books and exhibitions on ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman cities or monuments.
Read the article : Jean-Claude Golvin ou l’art de la restitution
© CNRS Photothèque / Claude DELHAYE