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François Joseph Chabas (January 2, 1817, Briancon – May 17, 1882, Versailles) was a French egyptologist.

Chabas came from a modest background, studied at Chalon and became a wine merchand. Self-taught, he learned Latin, Greek and other languages. Interested in anthropology, he turned to study Old Egyptian languages. Chabas was a member of several academies and later president of the Conceil Departmental of Saône-et-Loire. Between 1876 and 1880, Chabas edited the journal L'Égyptologie. His works have contributed much to elucidate the history of the invasion and repulsion of the Hyksos in Egypt.

Works

  • Mélanges égyptologiques (3 Ser. in 4 Vols. Paris: Châlon, 1862-1873)
  • Voyage d'un Egyptien en Syrie, en Phénicie, en Palestine au quatorzième siècle avant notre ère (Paris 1866)
  • Les pasteurs en Egypte (Amsterdam 1868)
  • Étude sur l'antiquité historique d'après les sources égyptiennes et les monuments réputés préhistoriques (Amsterdam 1872)
  • Recherches pour servir à l'histoire de la XIXème dynastie et spécialment à celle des temps de l'Exode (Amsterdam 1873)

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