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Isabelle Cogitore (29 July 1964, Épinal[1]) is a French historian, a specialist of ancient Rome, professor of Latin language and literature at the Stendhal University in Grenoble.

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Among her publications are:

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  1. ^ "CV d'Isabelle Cogitore". Aplaes.org. 
  2. ^ École française de Rome
  3. ^ L'article Le consensus impérial à l'épreuve. La conspiration et ses enjeux sous les Julio–Claudiens by Frédéric Hurlet, available at pp. 125-143 of the acts of the "Convention internationale Ordre et subversion dans les mondes grecs et latins" (25–27 September 2008), indicates the work of Isabelle Cogitore as an international reference: "Several works - among which we must mention the monographs of M. H. Dettenhofer, by Fr. Rohr Vio and I. Cogitore - were devoted [...] to the conspiracy" (pp. 126).
  4. ^ Ausonius
  5. ^ Report by Amy Russell in Journal of Roman Studies, Volume 102, 2012, (pp. 317-318).
  6. ^ Account by Hélène Germa-Romann in Bulletin de l'Association d'étude sur l'humanisme, la réforme et la renaissance, Volume 56, 2003, (pp. 140-142).
  7. ^ Account by Sophie Conte in Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric, Volume 21, 2003, (pp. 133-136).
  8. ^ Report in Histoires littéraires, n° 10, 2002.

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