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'''Collegium Franciae''' ([[
== Historia ==
Collegium Franciae [[Lutetia]]e constitutum est anno [].
The '''Collège de France''' is a higher education and research establishment (''[[Grand établissement]]'') located in [[Paris]], [[France]], in the [[5th arrondissement]], or Latin Quarter, across the street from the historical campus of [[La Sorbonne]] at the intersection of Rue Saint-Jacques and Rue des Ecoles. It also provides teaching, but to professors and researchers.
The faculty of the Collège de France currently comprises fifty-two Professors elected by the Professors from amongst eminent French scholars in a wide range of subjects. Chairs cover a wide range of subjects, including mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, history, archaeology, linguistics, oriental studies, philosophy, the social sciences and so on. In addition, two chairs are reserved for foreign scholars who are invited to give lectures.
Vide: [http://www.college-de-france.fr/media/lis_prf/UPL45507_LISTE_DES_PROFESSEURS.pdf (Academici historiae ab 1530 apud Pagina officialis]):