Bibliothèque de l'École des Chartes
- This article is about the academic journal. For the school, please see École Nationale des Chartes
The Bibliothèque de l'École des Chartes is a journal dedicated to the study and use of medieval manuscripts. It was founded in 1839 and continues to provide bi-annual issues with articles and abstracts in French, English, and German. Starting in 1995, one issue each year is devoted to a particular theme. It is published by the Société de l’École des chartes (Association of the Archive Training School) and distributed by Librairie Droz. As of 2014, the director is Jean-Michel Leniaud.
Scholars often cite this journal with the abbreviation BEC. Historical works on the Crusades, for example, often refer to medieval documents as published in the Bibliothèque.
- (French) Official website
- (French) Persée provides access to back issues from 1961-2007 of the Bibliothèque de l'École des chartes
- (French) Gallica provides access to back issues from 1839-1936
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