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ANNATES, ecc. law. First fruits paid out of spiritual benefices to the pope, being, the value of one year's profit.

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Clay, "La guerre des plumes: la presse provincial et la politique de factions sous le premier Directoirc a Marseille, 1796--1797," Annates historicfues de la Revolution francaise, 308 (1997), 221-247.
Bourdieu, "Les strategies matnmoniales dans le systeme de re production," Annates.
360/971) a 1'origine de la reflexion sur l'authenticite du hadit," Annates hlamologiques 39 (2005): 134.
It occurs to this reviewer that Ivani's annals offered a near precedent for Lorenzo's project to assign a chancery secretary to write the annates of Florentine events, an initiative approved by the Signoria in 1483.
that not a cent of the annates, or of the indulgence money, or of all
It was estimated in the early years of the sixteenth century that the revenue of 'two English counties' went out of the country as First-Fruits, Annates and Peter's Pence, plus the Roman custom of paying Curial clerics by appointing them to English livings which they never visited; that would be about 4 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product - incidentally, much the same as we pay to the European Community today, giving rise to much the same resentment.
Annates de la Societi Belge de Midecine Tropicale 72(1): 63-72.
5: 601-9; Scybold, 2: 276-80; Eutychius, Eutychii Patriarchae Alexandrini annates (TarikhU ed.
Following Izbicki, Gerald Christianson documents how prohibition of annates was actually driven through at the Council of Basel--above all by the persistence and diplomacy of Cardinal Cesarini--only to be undermined by the Eugenian Papacy.
Annates du service des antiquites de I'Egypte 48 (1948): 409.