Jean Revez

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Jean Revez is a professor of Egyptian, Mesopotamian and Near-Eastern history and languages at the Université du Québec à Montréal.
After receiving a B.A. in liberal arts at Concordia University in Montreal, he pursued his graduate studies in Egyptology at the University of Heidelberg and completed his Ph.D. at Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris-IV). He has participated in numerous missions in Egypt, most notably at Karnak, where he joined the permanent French missions of the CNRS, as well as joining excavations teams from the University of Toronto. He returns to Egypt on a regular basis as part of the Great Hypostyle Hall of Karnak project, a joint endeavour between the University of Memphis and UQAM.
He has also published new sources (Karnak stela 94CL1013 and Cairo Museum stela BN311).
Publications[edit]

Nathalie Charbonneau et Jean Revez. « Using Computer-aided Restitution of Hieroglyph Inscriptions as a Means to reconstruct Ancient Egyptian Temples » dans G. De Paoli, K. Zreik (dir.), Digital Thinking in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Archeology, Urban Planning and Design: Finding the Ways. Paris: Éditions Europia, 2007: 119-129.
Jean Revez, Temi Tidafi, Claude Parisel, Elise Meyer, Nathalie Charbonneau et Anis Semlali. « Méthodes informatisées de relevés et de reconstitution archéologique : le cas du temple d’Amon à Karnak» dans J.-Cl. Goyon, C. Cardin (dir.), Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egyptologists – Actes du neuvième congrès international des égyptologues. Grenoble, 6 – 12 septembre 2004 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 150). Louvain : Peeters, 2007: 1599 – 1610.
Elise Meyer, Claude Parisel, Pierre Grussenmeyer, Jean Revez et Temy Tidafi. A computerized solution for epigraphic surveys of Egyptian temples, Journal of Archaeological Science, 33, 2006: 1605 – 1616.
Jean Revez. The Metaphorical Use of the Kinship term sn “Brother”, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt XL 2003. Winona Lake : Eisenbrauns, 2005: 123 – 131.
Jean Revez. Une stèle commémorant la construction par l’empereur Auguste du mur d’enceinte du temple de Montou-Rê à Médamoud, Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale 104, 2004. Le Caire : Imprimerie de l’IFAO, 2004: 495 – 510.
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