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Académie Internationale d'Héraldique

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L'Académie Internationale d'Héraldique (known in English as the International Academy Of Heraldry) was founded in Paris in 1949 to bring together experts in heraldry representing the various areas of the world.[1] Admission is by election, and the number of active academicians is limited to 75. There is no limit to the number of associate members.[2]

The general assembly usually meets once a year, and the headquarters of L'Académie are in Switzerland. The Académie's aim is to centralize the heraldic studies on the basis of the largest possible international cooperation. Applications for admission are addressed to L'Académie in writing and must have the sponsorship of to members of the Council. On a bi-yearly basis, the Académie holds the International Heraldic Colloquium. Recent colloquia have been held in Antwerp (2019) and Copenhagen (2017).

Current president (since 2022) is Elizabeth Roads (UK) with Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard as secretary general.

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Prominent members of L'Académie

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  1. ^ Boudreau, Claire; Cogné, Daniel; Vachon, Auguste (1998). Actes Du 22e Congrès International Des Sciences Généalogique Et Héraldique À Ottawa 18-23 Août 1996. University of Ottawa Press. p. 42. ISBN 978-0-7766-0472-5.
  2. ^ Hourihane, Colum (2016-12-19). The Routledge Companion to Medieval Iconography. Taylor & Francis. pp. xxv. ISBN 978-1-315-29836-8.
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