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Explicit Belyi maps over Q having almost simple primitive monodromy groups

  title={Explicit Belyi maps over Q having almost simple primitive monodromy groups},
  author={D. Barth and A. Wenz},
  journal={arXiv: Number Theory},
We present all Belyi maps P^1(C) -> P^1(C) having almost simple primitive monodromy groups (not isomorphic to A_n or S_n) containing rigid and rational generating triples of degree between 50 and 250. This also leads to new polynomials having almost simple Galois groups over Q(t). 
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