|Dates: ||1871, 1 May - 1941|
|Born: ||Algeria, Biskra|
|Died: ||Algeria, Rouiba (near Algiers)|
His father, Auguste Maure, was a military photographer. Marius owned a studio "Photographie Saharienne", rue Berthe, Biskra in Algeria in the 19th century who recorded scenes in the Sahara, Biskra and El Kantara. His work was widely used for photo postcards. He won a medal at the Universal Exposition Paris 1889.
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