International Council of Onomastic Sciences (ICOS)
1949-07-15 Brussels Belgium
Founded 15-19 Jul 1949, Brussels (Belgium), as International Committee of Onomastic Sciences – Comité international des sciences onomastiques (CISO), at 3rd International Congress of Toponymy and Anthroponymy. Present name adopted in 1993. Current statutes adopted Aug 2002, Uppsala (Sweden).
Promote advancement, representation and coordination of the study of proper names on an international level and in an interdisciplinary context.
Events2020-08-23 | Krakow, Poland – Triennial Congress
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