Pascale Ballet

Pascale Ballet (born 1953) is a French Egyptologist, and a Professor of Art History and Archaeology of Antiquity at the University of Poitiers. The subject of her thesis obtained in June 1980 under the leadership of Jean Leclant was on terracotta figurines from Egypt and the Mediterranean in the Hellenistic and Roman times, in which she is an expert.

She was a former member of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology in Cairo, former director of the laboratory of the Hermes University of Poitiers and former member of the commission of specialists until 2008. She has also participated in excavations of Jean-Yves Empereur, and the Archaeological Mission at the site of Buto (Tell el Fara'in) in the Egyptian Delta. Provided by Wikipedia
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