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Pierre Aubé

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Pierre Aubé

Pierre Aubé (born 23 February 1944, in Normandy) is a French medieval specialist and the author of many important books. He was a professor at Rouen. He was born in Normandy.


In collaboration :

  • 1996: Atlas de l’histoire de France, sous la direction de René Rémond, Perrin.
  • 2000: Jérusalem. Le sacré et le politique, sous la direction d’Elias Sanbar et Farouk Mardam-Bey, Actes Sud.

External links

  • (French) Biographical note
  • (French)

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