James Patrick Mallory is an American-Irish archaeologist and Indoeuropeanist. Born in 1945, he is Professor Emeritus at Queen’s University Belfast, a member of the Royal Irish Academy, and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Indo-European Studies.
Ernst Heinrich is a German architectural historian and archaeologist, born in Berlin on December 15, 1899 and died in the same city on March 28, 1984. His research and publications focus on architecture in Mesopotamia and more generally in the ancient Near East. .
Swaraj Prakash Gupta (SP Gupta, 1931-2007), better known as S.P. Gupta, was an archaeologist and historian of Indian art. He was president of the Indian Archaeological Society and worked as director of the Allahabad Museum.
Joseph-Marie Essomba is a Cameroonian scholar, specialized in history and archeology, born October 28, 1939 in Mvengue II (South Cameroon Province), and died February 5, 2014 in Yaoundé. Emeritus professor of university, he was president of the Cameroonian National Committee of Museums (ICOM-Cameroon) from 1978 to 2013. He has been, in turn, Deputy Chief of the Department of Conservation, Deputy Director and Director of Cultural Affairs at the Ministry of Information and Culture of Cameroon.
Louis Bourguet, born in Nîmes and died in Neuchâtel, is a geologist, naturalist, mathematician, philosopher and archaeologist from Neuchâtel.
Arthur Benoit, born in Bourdonnay (then in Meurthe) and died in Berthelming-sur-Sarre in Alsace-Lorraine German, is a collector and bibliophile, archaeologist and French historian.