Journal asiatique

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Cover of the first edition of the Journal asiatique (1822)

The Journal asiatique is a French orientalist publication founded in 1822 by the Société asiatique (Asian Society) to promote orientalist studies. It is one of the oldest French series of publications still in existence. It is published today with the support of the Center national de la recherche scientifique (National Center for Scientific Research). In addition to French, the accepted languages ​​are English, German, Spanish and Italian.

Contributions were made by personalities such as Antoine Bazin , Édouard Biot , Marie-Félicité Brosset , Henri de Contenson , Joseph Derenbourg , Hartwig Derenbourg , Louis Finot , Fulgence Fresnel , René Grousset , Mayer Lambert , Henri Maspero , Paul Masson-Oursel , Adolf Neubauer , Robert des Rotours , Antoine-Jean Saint-Martin , Friedrich Eduard Schulz , Rolf Stein , Melchior de Vogüé and others.

The editors of the Journal asiatique were (since 1822):

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