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Organizations relating to Historical Periods

Congrès panceltic international
World Philatelic Congress of Israel, Holy Land and Judaica Societies / Est. 1968
European Federation of Classical Osteopathy
International Napoleonic Society / Toronto ON, Canada / Est. 1995
Asian Classics Institute
International Federation of Institutes for Medieval Studies / Est. 1987
International Medieval Institute
Australasian Society for Classical Studies / Est. 1966
Viking Times Research Workers
International Institute for Archeocivilizations / Est. 1947
International Association for Classical Archaeology / Rome, Italy / Est. 1945
International Medieval Sermon Studies Society / Turin, Italy / Est. 1988
International Courtly Literature Society / Liverpool, UK / Est. 1973
International Renaissance Society
Association internationale d'études néo-helléniques
European Medieval Drama Council
International Association for Assyriology / Leiden, Netherlands / Est. 2003
Istituto di Diritto Romano e dei Diritti dell' Oriente / Est. 1937
International Bureau for the Study of the Problems Relating to the Teaching of the Classical Languages
Misericordia International / Huppy, France / Est. 1992
Society for Early English and Norse Electronic Texts
International Society for Medieval Theology / Utrecht, Netherlands / Est. 2002
Centre international d'étude de la peinture médiévale des bassins de l'Escaut et de la Meuse / Est. 1950
International Society for the Study of Medieval Philosophy / Leuven, Belgium / Est. 1958
Early Book Society / New York NY, USA / Est. 1987

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Action Strategies relating to Historical Periods

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Working with mediaeval texts
Studying classical archaeology

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