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Archives de l'Orient Latin

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  1. a continuation of the Archives de L'Orient Latin, two volumes of which were published from 1881 - 1884

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  2. the early part of the 'Revue de l'Orient Latin, a collection of medieval documents

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  3. a 12-volume set of medieval documents which was published from 1893-1911

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  4. Various medieval documents and letters are often cited in other scholarly works about the Crusades, as being part of this collection

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  5. The "revue" is often abbreviated ROL and the "Archives" are abbreviated AOL, but often the two groups of documents are referred to together

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