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historian , researcher

Marie-Helene Congourdeau, French historian, researcher. Achievements include research in Byzantine history. Member of Comité Francais Des ÉTudes Byzantines (secretary 2000-2007).

Background

Congourdeau, Marie-Helene was born on December 22, 1947 in Amiens, France. Daughter of Jacques and Jacqueline Caron.

Education

Agregation Histoire in History, Sorbonne, Paris, 1971.

Career

Teacher Education Nationale, Paris, Saint-Maur Des Fossés, Créteil, France, 1971—1981. Researcher National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, since 1981.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Byzantine history.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (novels) Le Silence Du Roi David (prize Roman University Düsseldorf'Artois, prize Palissy, 2000), Quand Viendra Le Jour De Seth. Critical editor: critical edition Nicolas Cabasilas, La Vie En Christ. Critical editor (critical edition) Sources Chretiennes 355, 361.

Membership

Member of Comité Francais Des ÉTudes Byzantines (secretary 2000-2007).

Connections

Married Jean Congourdeau, June 11, 1971. Children: Alexis, Jean-Baptiste, Marie, Véronique, Sophie.

father:
Jacques Caron

mother:
Jacqueline Caron

spouse:
Jean Congourdeau

children:
Véronique Congourdeau

Jean-Baptiste Congourdeau

Alexis Congourdeau

Sophie Congourdeau

Marie Congourdeau