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Where can we find Deligne's paper " Theorie de Hodge I"?

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I would look in my university library, but I assume that's not an option for you? – j.c. May 24 '10 at 15:34
MathSciNet says that it is in the proceedings of the 1970 ICM in Nice -… – François G. Dorais May 24 '10 at 15:35
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Link missing? :-) – Andrea Ferretti May 24 '10 at 17:16
It works for me. – Willie Wong May 24 '10 at 17:19
Any better way to create a link that works on more browsers? (Just asking out of curiosity --- I do happen to have that ICM volume.) – Jim Humphreys May 24 '10 at 18:46
@Konrad V: link reactivated! – Thanos D. Papaïoannou Aug 12 '10 at 21:17
there's no cedilla on a c before an i – Rob Harron Aug 13 '10 at 0:38

Amazingly, ALL the ICM talks since the beginning of time can now be found online at

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Wow. Thanks for the link! – Mariano Suárez-Alvarez Aug 23 '10 at 12:24
And the scans are of very high quality! – José Figueroa-O'Farrill Aug 23 '10 at 13:08
Thank you very much! – TOM Aug 24 '10 at 8:06
I just passed by and see that the link is broken... – Christian Stump Dec 15 '12 at 10:13

It is in the conference volume of the 1970 ICM at Nice. Not so easy to find online, it seems, if that is what you meant. There is a summary in a review:

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