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On the equations defining Abelian varieties. I-III. (English) Zbl 0219.14024
Invent. Math. 1, 287-354 (1966); ibid. 3, 75-135, 215-244 (1967).

14K10 Algebraic moduli of abelian varieties, classification
14K05 Algebraic theory of abelian varieties
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