Marcel Le Glay

Marcel Le Glay (7 May 1920, Arleux near Douai (Nord) – 14 August 1992) was a 20th-century French historian and archaeologist, specializing in ancient Rome. His work focused in particular on Roman religion and North Africa during Antiquity, especially from Latin literature epigraphic: his monumental thesis, dedicated to the cult of Saturn in Africa, is meeting his three favorite areas.
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