François Bonnardot

1843 - 1926
country of citizenship:  France
languages spoken, written or signed:  French
educated at:  École des Chartes
award received:  prix Archon-Despérouses

François Bonnardot (19 November 1843, in Demigny – 10 May 1926, in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine) was a French archivist and historian. He studied at the École des Chartes and École des Hautes Études, and from 1868 worked as an archivist in Orléans. In 1872 he was named deputy inspector of historical services for the city of Paris, then from 1898 he served as curator at the library in Verdun.In 1890 he was named president of the Société de Linguistique de Paris. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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