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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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2, 218-33, the wide-ranging essay of Joseph-Marc Bailbe, "Mazeppa et les artistes romantiques," Annates de la Faculte des lettres et sciences humaines d'Aix 40, 1966, 13-40; Chrystyna Marciuk, Mazeppa: Ein Thema der franzdsischen Romantik.
The first publication of the Estonian Academy of Sciences was Annates Academiae Scientiarum Estonicae issued in 1940.
Annates Internationales de Criminologie / International Annals of Criminology / Anales Internacionales de Criminologia, vol.
Dicha revista establecio una tradicion de historia social y economica comparable a la de los Annates en Francia.
Relevant Bull held in trust until delivery of written promise of annates, and payment of 360 ducats, half in eight months, and the second half in another eight months.
MAP: "Afrique Centrale" from Annates de Geographie Tome IV.
The council, on the other hand, showed increasing signs of division during debates over accepting new papal presidents in 1434 and abolishing annates in 1435.
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See Jean-Claude Halpern, "L'EscIavage sur la scene revolutionnaire," Annates historiques de la Revolution francaise, 293: 1 (1993): 409-420.