This album, named by its author Études paléoethnologiques dans le Bassin du Rhône. Âge du Bronze. Dessins inédits, contains 136 pages on which have been stuck drawings by Ernest Chantre. Like Cournault, Revon and Longuemar, Ernest Chantre, a correspondent of the Commission de Topographie des Gaules (CTG) and founder of the société d'anthropologie de Lyon, sent plates produced through his work for the CTG to the musée d'Archéologie nationale, which the museum then had to collate and bind.

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Cover of the Album Chantre, produced between 1866 and 1878