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  • Jean-Joseph Marcel (1776-1854) was an Arabist, and an antiquities collector. He joined Bonapart's expedition to Egypt as head of the printing shop dispached to Egypt together with Napoleon’s military troops. After spending 3 years in Alexandria and Cairo (1798 to 1801), executing his duty of publishing newspapers for the French Army and leaflets for the Egyptians, he returned to Paris. There, Jean-Joseph Marcel became the head of the Republican printing house. Twelve years later, after Napo
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