ÉMILE PUECH

Publication(s)

PROFESSOR EMERITUS,
Director of Research Emeritus at the CNRS, Paris
Member of the Editorial Committee of Revista Bíblica, Buenos Aires.

⇒ Contact: emile.puech@gmail.com

Born on 9 May 1941 in the Cazelles de Sébrazac (Aveyron), France.

MODERN LANGUAGES
– Occitan (read, written, spoken)
– French (read, written, spoken)
– English (read, written, spoken)
– German (read, written, spoken)
– Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (read)

ANCIENT LANGUAGES
Samaritan, Ammonite, Moabite, Edomite, Palmyrenian, Nabataean, Syriac, Christo- Palestinian, Ugarite, Canaanite, Phoenician, Punic, Latin, Neo-Punic, Akkadian, Babylonian, South Arabic (Hadramautite, Sabaean, Qatabanite), Minaean), North Arabic (Thamoudéan, Safaïtic, Lihyanite, Dedanite), Ancient Ethiopian (Ge’ez), Ancient Arabic.

Academic degrees
1967-69: Master of Theology, Faculty of Theology, Catholic Institute of Paris.
School of Ancient Oriental Languages, Inst. Cath., Paris: Hebrew-Greek-Aramaic.
Graduated from the School of Ancient Oriental Languages, Inst. Cath., Paris.
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Études, Sect. V, Patristic Latin.

1969-70: Doctoral degree, Diploma of Biblical Studies, Cath. Institute, Paris.
School of Ancient Oriental Languages, Inst. Cath., Paris: Hebrew, Aramaic, Syriac, Ugaritic.
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Études, Section IV, Semitic Philology: Aramaic, Hebrew, Akkadian.
Section V, History of Religions.

1970-71: School of Ancient Oriental Languages, Inst. Cath., Paris: Aramaic, Syriac, Ugaritic, Ge’ez.
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Études, Sect. IV, Semitic Philology: Aramaic, Hebrew, Akkadian.
Sect. V, History of Religions.
École du Louvre: Semitic epigraphy and Mesopotamian sigillography.

1971-72: Scholar of the Academy of Inscriptions and Belles Lettres at the École biblique et archéologique de Jérusalem, titular student.

1972-73: Graduate of the École biblique et archéologique de Jérusalem.

1992: Doctor in History of Religions – Religious Anthropology of the University of Paris IV – Sorbonne & Doctor of Theology of the Catholic Institute of Paris (Jean and Maurice De Pange Prize).

2001: Habilitation to direct research, Marc Bloch University – Strasbourg II.