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New edition of "Les ancêtres de Charlemagne" by C. Settipani!
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antoine barbry via
2014-12-06 14:51:28 UTC
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Dear all,
Christian Settipani likes to research and write books but doesn't really get interested in what follows, so I am playing the messenger for him after having helped in the editing of the manuscript alongwith Jean-François Vannier and Thierry Stasser.
After long years of waiting (for us) and long years of research (for him) Christian Settipani is offering us a splendid Christmas gift: a new version, entirely revised and corrected, of his flagship book "Les ancêtres de Charlemagne" published initially in 1989.
As in the first edition, and this time in 350 pages, Christian Settipani reviews all the established facts and hypothesis on the ancestry of the "father of all Europeans".
From the genealogists descending from Charlemagne to the ones who would love it, and from the beginners in historical research to the experimented scholars, everyone will find something to satisfy his or her expectations!
You will find in a few days all relevant information on how to buy the book on the editor's website
http://www.coelweb.co.uk/prosopographica-et-genealogica.html (look for the last volume)

Christian has also launched a personal website:
http://settipanichristian.com/index.htm
Here, you will find all the information regarding his past, present and future work. There are still minor things to correct but nothing major.
Thank you for spreading the news among your interested friends!
regards
antoine barbry
zglorgy
2014-12-20 17:04:29 UTC
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recu ce matin...... :)

JL
j***@gmail.com
2015-04-11 01:19:21 UTC
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Post by zglorgy
recu ce matin...... :)
JL
Has anyone a review of Les ancêtres de Charlemagne, Part Deux ?
j***@gmail.com
2015-04-11 01:28:39 UTC
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Post by zglorgy
recu ce matin...... :)
JL
Has anyone a review of Les ancêtres de Charlemagne, Part Deux ?
Although the group may find this list of corrections interesting to Volume 2, which includes at the end an updates ahnentafel of Charlemagne

http://www.coelweb.co.uk/Corrections%20CharlemagnePostPublica.pdf
Dee Ziegler via
2015-04-11 01:49:46 UTC
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Joe Cook, THANK YOU for the updated ahnentafel.

Most of the preceding generations are in blue; thirty or so are in red. Are
the red entries additions and/or corrections? Thanks. Dolly in Maryland USA
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Post by zglorgy
recu ce matin...... :)
JL
Has anyone a review of Les ancêtres de Charlemagne, Part Deux ?
Although the group may find this list of corrections interesting to Volume
2, which includes at the end an updates ahnentafel of Charlemagne
http://www.coelweb.co.uk/Corrections%20CharlemagnePostPublica.pdf
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j***@gmail.com
2015-04-11 02:13:08 UTC
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Post by Dee Ziegler via
Joe Cook, THANK YOU for the updated ahnentafel.
Most of the preceding generations are in blue; thirty or so are in red. Are
the red entries additions and/or corrections? Thanks. Dolly in Maryland USA
The red entries are corrections to the 2014 first printing, yes.
h***@gmail.com
2019-07-06 12:47:02 UTC
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Does anyone have a good contact email or postal address for Mr. Settipani? If so, would you be so kind as to forward it to me at: ***@att.net
Thank you.

Scott Hubbartt
Schertz TX
Paulo Ricardo Canedo
2019-07-06 17:13:19 UTC
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Post by h***@gmail.com
Thank you.
Scott Hubbartt
Schertz TX
I have contacted him, before, through, the email address, ***@club-internet.fr
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