Théodore Monod

Théodore André Monod (* 9. April 1902 in Rouen; † 22. November 2000 in Versailles) was a sea zoologist and an Africa researcher.


Théodore Monod was Director “Institut d'Africque Noir” and professor at the museum for natural history in Paris.

It undertook several Forschungsreisen by the seeing era. In close proximity to Essouk in Mali he discovered that approx. 6000 years old skeleton of a Humanioden, “humans of Asselar”.


  • Méharées, exploration outer vrai seeing era (Méharées, investigation journeys to the real seeing era), Paris 1937

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