Élie Berger

Élie Berger (1850 in Beaucourt – 1925 in Paris) was a French palaeographer and archivist.

Graduated an archivist and palaeographer of the École Nationale des Chartes in 1876, Élie Berger was first a member of the École française de Rome from 1876 to 1880, then a custodian at the Archives nationales of France from 1880 to 1897, when he was elected to the Chair of palaeography of the École des Chartes. A Docteur ès lettres in 1895, he was elected a member of the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres in 1905. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Berger, Elie.
Published 1895
...Berger, Elie. Thomae Cantipratensis Bonum universale de apibus quid illustrandis saeculi decimi...
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by Berger, Elie.
Published 1895
...Berger, Elie. Histoire de Blanche de Castille....
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by Berger, Elie.
Published 1893
...Berger, Elie. Saint Louis et Innocent IV....
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Published 1916
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Published 1909
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Published 1901
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Published 1884
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Published 1863
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