Christine Lorre, on the roof of the Musée d'Archéologie nationale

Senior curator of the comparative archaeology collection at the Musée d’Archéologie nationale – Domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye since 1994.

Responsible for studying, displaying, publishing, and developing collections from all over the world, from the origins of mankind to the present, Christine Lorre has taken a particular interest in artefacts from Malaysia, Italy, Egypt and the Caucasus.

Member of the Du village à l’État au Proche- et Moyen-Orient (ArScAn, Maison Archéologie & Éthnologie, René-Ginouvès, Nanterre) team since 2012, she also conducts research on the history of archaeology and the major scientific figures who helped found, develop, and enhance the Musée d’Archéologie nationale: Jacques de Morgan, Ernest Chantre, Joseph de Baye, Henri Hubert, and Claude Schaeffer.