The II. Council of Constantinopel (553) – Salone Sistino der Biblioteca Apsotolica Vaticana, Cesare Nebbia and his workshop (1589-1590)
The review Annales Historiae Conciliorum was initiated in 1968 by a group of academics led by Walter Brandmüller (*1929), under the title Annuarium Historiae Conciliorum.
The first edition of the journal, edited by Brandmüller and Remigius Bäumer (1918-1998), was published in 1969. The journal, well received by the scientific research world, is published semi-annually each edition being about 500 pages long. The Annuarium Historiae Conciliorum has been printed in the German publishing house Ferdinand Schöningh Verlag/Paderborn (Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh, an imprint of the Brill Group - Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, Niederlande; Brill USA Inc., Boston MA, USA; Brill Asia Pte Ltd, Singapore; Brill Deutschland GmbH, Paderborn, Deutschland) up to issue 49 (2018/2019); starting from issue 50 (2020) is published under the title Annales Historiae Conciliorum by Aschendorff-Verlag/Münster. The review AHC is published by the Gesellschaft für Konziliengeschichte e.V., the editorial board is rapresented by Johannes Grohe , holding a chair in History of the Early and Medieval Church at the Pontificia Università della Santa Croce/Rom und Thomas Prügl, holding a chair of Chruch History at the University of Vienna. In addition to articles and contributions, AHC publishes book reviews and a bibliography compiled by Ansgar Frenken/Ulm (Germany).
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