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Revue celtique, publiée avec le concours des principaux savants des îles britanniques et du continent

1870-1933
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Revue celtique, publiée avec le concours des principaux savants des îles britanniques et du continent, 1870-1933. Edited by Henri Gaidoz (1870-1885) then Henri d’Arbois de Jubainville (1886-1899), 51 volumes, London, Paris, F. Vieweg and Librairie A. Franck.

Founded and directed in 1870 by Henri Gaidoz, continued by H. d’Arbois de Jubainville, the Revue celtique aimed to unite research between scholars from the British Isles and those from the continent to shed light on the history and literature of the Celtic peoples. Composed of 51 volumes (volume 1 covers the years 1870-1872), it became Études celtiques in 1934.

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Revue celtique. Volumes 1-51 - Url

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The journal was digitized by the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF), from the CRBC collection, as part of the BNF/BEROSE convention.