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In the field of history, as often elsewhere, The ideas received have a hard life. These commonplaces end up integrating the collective culture without questioning their foundations as they seem obvious. No, Christopher Columbus did not discover America, no Charlemagne did not invent the school, no Joan of Arc was not a shepherdess, nor was Henry IV's horse white. A collective work brings together the "received ideas" published regularly in the magazine Historia and effectively re-establishes a historical truth ... unsuspected. 150 received ideas on history, First editions, February 2010.