MOLINA Auguste (Molinier Auguste)( French historian.)
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Biography MOLINA Auguste (Molinier Auguste)
Born in Toulouse on Sept. 30, 1851. He taught at the School of Charters, worked in public libraries, including the Fontainebleau and St.. Genevieve. In 1893 he returned to school charters, he was appointed professor. Molyneux was a recognized authority on the history of Languedoc, and participated in preparing the new edition of the fundamental 15-volume General History of Languedoc (Histoire gnrale du Languedoc) De Vick and Vesseta. He has made a significant contribution to the study of French historical bibliography, . Sources of published work on the history of France from ancient times to the Italian Wars (Les sources de l'histoire de France; des origines aux guerres de l'Italie) in 6 volumes, . conceived as a critical catalog of sources with a narrative description of the authors and publications,
. By scientific publication of Thoughts (Penses) and the Provincial Letters (Lettres provinciales) Pascal, issued Abbot Suger, and together with his brother Emile, - Norman chronicle of the XIV century (Chronique Normande du XIV sicle). Molyneux died in Paris May 19, 1904.