The brother of Joseph Reinach and Théodore Reinach , he was born at St Germain-en-Laye and educated at the École normale supérieure before joining the French school at Athens in 1879. He made valuable archaeological discoveries at Myrina near Smyrna in 1880-82, at Cyme in 1881, at Thasos , Imbros and Lesbos (1882), at Carthage and Meninx (1883–84), at Odessa (1893) and elsewhere. He received honours from the chief learned societies of Europe.

In 1887 he obtained an appointment at the National Museum of Antiquities at Saint-Germain-en-Laye ; in 1893 he became assistant curator, and in 1902 curator of the national museums. In 1903 he became joint editor of the " Revue archéologique ", and in the same year officer of the Legion of Honour . The lectures he delivered on art at the École du Louvre in 1902-3 were published by him under the title of " Apollo : histoire générale des arts plastiques professée en 1902-1903 à l'École du Louvre ". These were translated into most European languages, and became a standard handbook on the subject.

He also translated from the English HC Lea 's "History of the Inquisition" as " Histoire de l'Inquisition au Moyen-âge ". In 1936 his updated bibliography was published — " Bibliographie de Salomon Reinach ". [1] It has been said his bibliography runs to 262 pages and includes more than ninety lengthy works and at least seven thousand articles. (Curtis, 2003) [2]

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The brother of Joseph Reinach and Théodore Reinach , he was born at St Germain-en-Laye and educated at the École normale supérieure before joining the French school at Athens in 1879. He made valuable archaeological discoveries at Myrina near Smyrna in 1880-82, at Cyme in 1881, at Thasos , Imbros and Lesbos (1882), at Carthage and Meninx (1883–84), at Odessa (1893) and elsewhere. He received honours from the chief learned societies of Europe.

In 1887 he obtained an appointment at the National Museum of Antiquities at Saint-Germain-en-Laye ; in 1893 he became assistant curator, and in 1902 curator of the national museums. In 1903 he became joint editor of the " Revue archéologique ", and in the same year officer of the Legion of Honour . The lectures he delivered on art at the École du Louvre in 1902-3 were published by him under the title of " Apollo : histoire générale des arts plastiques professée en 1902-1903 à l'École du Louvre ". These were translated into most European languages, and became a standard handbook on the subject.

He also translated from the English HC Lea 's "History of the Inquisition" as " Histoire de l'Inquisition au Moyen-âge ". In 1936 his updated bibliography was published — " Bibliographie de Salomon Reinach ". [1] It has been said his bibliography runs to 262 pages and includes more than ninety lengthy works and at least seven thousand articles. (Curtis, 2003) [2]

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