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How to cite the website
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The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages, funded by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement no. 670726). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/ (accessed 4 February 2020).
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Simone Ventura, ‘Naples and the Angevins: Manuscripts, Multilingualism and Boccaccio’,The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages (London 2017). Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/blog/naples-angevins-boccaccio-02072017 (accessed 4 February 2020).
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‘Bibliography’, The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages. Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/k/bibliography/ (accessed 4 February 2020).
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- the credits, ISBN and DOI (TBC),
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The Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César: A Digital Edition, ed. by Hannah Morcos, Simon Gaunt, Simone Ventura, Maria Teresa Rachetta and Henry Ravenhall; technical ed. by Paul Caton, Ginestra Ferraro, Marcus Husar and Geoffroy Noël (ISBN: 978-1-912466-15-3), Fr20125 (semi-diplomatic), § 588.1. Available at: http://www.tvof.ac.uk/textviewer/ (accessed 4 February 2020).