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Hassan SALAMEH-SARKIS
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Native nameحسّان سلامة سركيس
Born(1942-11-22)22 November 1942
Baalbeck, Lebanon
💀Died8 October 2022(2022-10-08) (aged 79)
Beirut, Lebanon8 October 2022(2022-10-08) (aged 79)
Resting placeThe Paulist fathers cemetery in Harissa - Lebanon
🏳️ NationalityLebanese
🎓 Alma materl'École Supérieure des Lettres, Beyrouth, École du Louvre, École Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Institut Catholique de Paris, Institut d'Art et d'Archéologie
💼 Occupation
Scholar, historian, archeologist, professor
📆 Years active  1960s-early 2020s
👩 Spouse(s)Marie Joseph Stéphan (deceased)
👶 ChildrenDr. Walid Sarkis (Clinical Psychologist) (deceased)
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Hassan Georges SALAMEH-SARKIS (Arabic: حسّان سلامة سركيس‎‎; 22 November 1942 - 8 October 2022[1]) was a professor of archeology, a historian and a scholar of ancient religions and languages[2][3].

Early life[edit]

Born in Baalbeck on November 22 1942 (registered 1943)[4].

Education[edit]

Dr. Sarkis at his study circa 1987

Between 1963 et 1969, Sarkis completed his undergraduate studies; Antique and Medieval history at the École Supérieure des Lettres, Beyrouth (a subsidiary of the Université de Lyon); General Art History, Oriental Archeology and Museology at the École du Louvre in Paris; the History of Religions of the antique near east at the École Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Ve Section in Paris. He obtained a Bachelor degree in Literature At the Institut Catholique de Paris specializing in ancient near-eastern languages (Hebrew and biblical Aramaic); therefore at the Institut d'Art et d'Archéologie de la Sorbonne.[4], he obtained another bachelor in literature specializing in Art history and Archeology; in 1969, he obtains a Masters in the History of Art and Archeology. In 1978, he obtains a PhD in History & Archeology[3][4]

Academic career[edit]

In 1968-69, he was appointed, by ministerial decree, Assistant Professor at the Institut d'Art et d'Archeologie of the Sorbonne University where he taught Oriental Archeology and Byzantine iconography.

Back to Lebanon, from 1969 to 1981, Dr. Sarkis engaged with a number of Lebanese universities:[4]

From 1981 to 2007, he was appointed Professor at the Department of Art and Archeology of the Lebanese University[3][4] where he taught:

  • Art and Archeology of Ancient Egypt and the Ancient Orient,
  • Sites and Monuments of Medieval Lebanon
  • Museology
  • Architectural Drawing
  • Research methodology
  • History of Religions
  • History of Ancient Medicine (Egypt and the Ancient East) at the Faculty of Medicine of the Lebanese University.

In 2007-2008, he was Lecturer at the Saint Paul Institute of Philosophy and Theology in Harissa where he taught the History of religions.[4]

Career[edit]

Archaeologist at the Directorate General of Antiquities of Lebanon between 1969 and 1981, he was in charge, between 1969 and 1975, of the Archaeological District of North Lebanon[3] where he directed and published the medieval excavations of the Château de Raymond de Saint-Gilles, the Saint-Jean du Mont-Pelerin church in Tripoli, the Ile des Palmiers and the Saint-Elie church in Bqoufa in the Ehden region, Romano-Byzantine excavations at El-Mina (Tripoli), Bronze Age excavations on the Tell de Ardé, near Zgharta, the Roman Odeon in Batroun and prospecting in inhabited caves in collaboration with the Groupe d'Etudes et de Recherches Souterraines du Liban (GERSL).

  • Lecturer at the Department of Arts & Archeology at the Faculty of Letters & Human Sciences of the Lebanese University in 1973[4]
  • Head of the Department of Arts & Archeology at the Faculty of Letters & Human Sciences (Branch 2) between 1984-1985[4]
  • Head of several university committees responsible for modifying and developing archeology programs at the Faculty of Letters & Human Sciences between 1994-2007[4]
  • Lecturer at the Faculty of Medical Sciences between 1985-1987[4]
  • Consultant delegated from the Lebanese University for Scientific and Computational Management for the library of the French Institute for Near Eastern Archeology between 1989-1992[4]
  • Consultant delegated from the Lebanese University to the University of Balamand to establish the Institute of History, Archeology & Oriental Heritage in 1991[4]
  • Lecturer in the departments of History, Geography, Archeology and History of Civilizations at the Arab University of Beirut, Saint Joseph University of Beirut, and the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik[4]
  • Assistant Professor of Oriental Archeology at the Faculty of Letters & Human Sciences in Sorbonne University - Paris between 1968-1969[4]
  • Archaeologist at the Directorate General of Antiquities of the Ministry of Culture in Lebanon between 1969-1975[4]
  • Member of the Reading Committee (Berytus) Journal of Archeology at the American University of Beirut in 1986[4]
  • Member of the Reading Committee in Syria (Journal of Oriental Art & Archeology/French Institute of Near Eastern Archeology) in 1992[4]
  • Member of the Committee for Reading the Bulletin of Lebanese Archeology & Architecture issued by the Directorate General of Antiquities in 1994[4]
  • Head of the Underground Studies and Research Group in Lebanon in 1993[4]
  • Author of several books and research publications specialized in archeology, art history and religions[4]

Member of several academic societies and editorial committees of scientific peer-reviewed journals[5][6], Hassane Salameh-Sarkis has participated in a number of symposiums and conferences on the themes of History, Archaeology, History of Religions and Heritage in Lebanon and abroad.

Excavations (1966-1969)[edit]

  • Romano-Byzantine Tyre (Lebanon)
  • Prehistoric Pincevent (France)
  • Greco-Punic Aléria (Corsica)
  • Paleo-Christian and Byzantine excavations of Salamis (Cyprus)

Personal life[edit]

Dr. Sarkis survived his wife, Marie Joseph Stephan and son Walid Sarkis, both passed away due to cancer in 2006 and 2014 respectively.

Mrs. Sarkis was author of school books published in Lebanon and the state of Bahrain. She was the deputy director for the Lycée Franco-Libanais Nahr Ibrahim. Mrs. Sarkis was awarded the French Ordre des Palmes academiques in 2002 for her contribution to francophone education.

Dr. Walid Sarkis was a clinical psychologist and prolific author, he was assistant professor at the faculty of humanities of Notre Dame University–Louaize Lebanon.

Selected works[edit]

Alongside several books, articles, monographs and essays, Dr. Sarkis published extensively in Lebanese and foreign specialized journals on the themes of History, Ancient and Medieval Archaeology, Heritage, Political Reflection and History of Religions.

For Lebanon, he authored a number of studies promoting the renewal of history teaching, the restructuring and new role of the General Directorate of Antiquities, as well as a new bill project on Antiquities.

Between 1995 and 1998, he was in charge of writing the archaeological-tourist brochures published by the Ministry of Tourism.

Articles

  • Liban, les grands sites: Tyr, Byblos, Baalbek[7]
  • LE ROYAUME DE SIDON AU VII SIÈCLE AV. J.-C.[8]
  • Tripoli The Old City Monument Survey-Mosques And Madrasas  : A Sourcebook of Maps and Architectural Drawings[9]
  • La necropole de Tyr : a propos de publications recentes[10]

Books

  • Contribution à l'histoire de Tripoli et de sa region à l'époque des Croisades. Problèmes d'histoire, d'architecture et de céramique[11]
  • Batroun, Ras Shaqaa and Msaylha Of History and Archeology - Hassan Salameh Sarkis[12][13]
  • Le proche-orient ancien. egypte et mesopotamie[14][15]
  • LES MEMOIRES DE DIEU: Entrevue-fiction à bâtons rompus avec Sa Divinité[16]
  • Naissances Miraculeuses: De quelques aspects irrationnels dans le discours religieux (French Edition)[17]
  • Contribution à l'histoire de Tripoli et de sa région à l'époque des Croisades : problèmes d'histoire, d'architecture et de céramique[18]
  • Ardata-Ardé dans le Liban-Nord : une nouvelle cité cananéenne identifiée[19]
  • Inscriptions coufiques du chateau de Tripoli[20]
  • Contribution à l'histoire de Tripoli et de sa région à l'époque des croisades[21]
  • Chronique archéologique du Liban-Nord[22]
  • Du musée à l'histoire : Reflets de l'histoire du Liban à travers les trésors archéologiques du Musée National : (de la préhistoire à l'époque romaine)[23]
  • Inscription au nom de Ptolémée IV Philopator trouvée dans le nord de la Béca[24]

References[edit]

  1. "The Lebanese University mourns the passing of Prof. Hassan Georges Salameh Sarkis". Lebanese University. 10 October 2022. Retrieved 18 October 2022.
  2. "Hassane SALAMEH SARKIS | Lebanese University - Academia.edu". lu-lb.academia.edu. Retrieved 2022-10-18.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "BNF catalogue general - Salame-Sarkis, Hassan". catalogue.bnf.fr.
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 "Ḥassan Salameh-Sarkis | Lebanese University". luwebxx.ul.edu.lb. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  5. "Berytus Archaeological Studies". aubmediterraneo.cy. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  6. "Berytus Archaeological Studies". aubmediterraneo.cy. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  7. "Salamé-Sarkis Hassan - Auteur". www.dossiers-archeologie.com. Retrieved 2022-10-18.
  8. Salamé-Sarkis, Hassan (2005). "LE ROYAUME DE SIDON AU VII e SIÈCLE AV. J.-C". Syria. 82: 139–147. doi:10.3406/syria.2005.8686. ISSN 0039-7946. JSTOR 20723368.
  9. Salame-Sarkis, Hassan; Tadmuri, Omar Abdel Salam (1972). Saliba, Robert, ed. Tripoli The Old City Monument Survey-Mosques And Madrasas: A Sourcebook of Maps and Architectural Drawings. Beirut: American University of Beirut. Search this book on
  10. "La necropole de Tyr : a propos de publications recentes | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  11. www.bibliopolis.com. "Contribution à l'histoire de Tripoli et de sa region à l'époque des Croisades. Problèmes d'histoire, d'architecture et de céramique by SALAME-SARKIS Hassan on Meretseger Books". Meretseger Books. Retrieved 2022-10-18.
  12. "Batroun, Ras Shaqaa and Msaylha Of History and Archeology - Hassan Salameh Sarkis". monthlymagazine.com. Retrieved 2022-10-18.
  13. "البترون، رأس الشقعة والمسيلحة : في التاريخ والأرخيولوجيا | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  14. Le proche-orient ancien. egypte et mesopotamie - Salame-Sarkis Hassan - Pu Du Liban - Grand format - Espace Culturel Leclerc ST LEU (in français). Search this book on
  15. "Le Proche-Orient ancien : Egypte et Mesopotamie | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  16. Salameh Sarkis, Hassane (2019). LES MEMOIRES DE DIEU: Entrevue-fiction à bâtons rompus avec Sa Divinité. ‎ Independently published. ISBN 979-8794495065. Search this book on
  17. Salameh Sarkis, Hassane (2022). Naissances Miraculeuses: De quelques aspects irrationnels dans le discours religieux (French ed.). Independently published. ISBN 979-8777008206. Search this book on
  18. "Contribution à l'histoire de Tripoli et de sa région à l'époque des Croisades : problèmes d'histoire, d'architecture et de céramique | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  19. "Ardata-Ardé dans le Liban-Nord : une nouvelle cité cananéenne identifiée | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  20. "Inscriptions coufiques du chateau de Tripoli | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  21. "Contribution à l'histoire de Tripoli et de sa région à l'époque des croisades | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  22. "Chronique archéologique du Liban-Nord | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  23. "Du musée à l'histoire : Reflets de l'histoire du Liban à travers les trésors archéologiques du Musée National : (de la préhistoire à l'époque romaine) | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.
  24. "Inscription au nom de Ptolémée IV Philopator trouvée dans le nord de la Béca | WorldCat.org". www.worldcat.org. Retrieved 2023-01-22.


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