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The site Études angevines strives to report on the research activities of the scientific community about the political spaces governed by the two houses of Anjou between the 13th and 15th centuries, and to promote them. It gives up-to-date information on these scientific activities (conferences, seminars, dissertations, etc.) and provides research tools (digitized sources, bibliography, prosopography) and bibliographical resources (sources, journals).
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The web team
All activities of editorial design, control on the accuracy and relevance of the published information, technical maintenance and updates of the site are provided by the web team, under the responsibility of the publication manager.
- German: Marion Picker (in cooperation with Joachim Stephan)
- English: Paolo Buffo (in cooperation with Alessandro Silvestri)
- Hungarian: Judit Csako
- Italian: Alfredo Santoro (in cooperation with Pierluigi Terenzi)
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