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The website of the Annales Monegasques, the historical publication of the Archives of the Prince’s Palace, brings together all the issues published since the creation of the magazine in 1977.
In addition to the paper editions, which can be obtained through the site, a downloadable PDF version of the articles is available. It’s also possible to order from an important selection of books on the history of Monaco.
The website has been improved to provide a full-text search engine with the ability to find a word or phrase – such as a person or place name – in context in the relevant numbers and articles, opening up for the curious scholar new perspectives of research.
An online subscription module has also been set up. Until June 30, readers can subscribe to number 42 and benefit from a €5 discount (€25 instead of €30). This pre-purchase order will also provides the opportunity to consult and download free of charge, and until the publication of the following issue, all items in the collection over the past four decades on www.annales-monegasques.mc
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