|Real Name:||Gabriel Millet|
|Birth Day:||April 17, 1867|
|Death Date:||8 May 1953(1953-05-08) (aged 86)
As per our current Database, Gabriel Miller died on 8 May 1953(1953-05-08) (aged 86)
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After he passed his agrégation of history in 1891, Gabriel Millet became a member of the French School at Athens, then director of the École pratique des hautes études in religious sciences in 1899, and professor at the Collège de France in 1927.
A voyager, he travelled throughout Europe, Greece, Macedonia, the Balkans. In 1906 Gabriel Millet, Vladimir Petković and Josef Strzygowski began research on Serbian painting, which they "acclaimed it to be among the finest creations of medieval Europe".After the trip he wrote books, including his university thesis, on the finding of his research in Serbia.
Millet was the author of numerous books on Byzantine art. In 1930, in collaboration with Louis Bréhier, he led an archaeological mission to Mount Athos. He founded the series "Archives d'Athos" at the College de France, under the patronage of the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres and the Academy of Athens. Later, Gabriel Millet led two more Serbian archaeological missions of 1934 and 1935, sponsored by the French Government in collaboration with the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. All practical difficulties such as transportation, supplies, scaffolding, were ironed out in that journey thanks to the energy and kindness of his long-time friends, professor of art Đurađ Bošković, his wife and colleagues, including Vladimir R. Petković and Milan Kašanin.
Currently, Gabriel Miller is 154 years, 3 months and 8 days old. Gabriel Miller will celebrate 155th birthday on a Sunday 17th of April 2022.
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