Hodge Cycles on Abelian Varieties

  title={Hodge Cycles on Abelian Varieties},
  author={Pierre Delign{\'e}},
The main result proved in these notes is that any Hodge cycle on an abelian variety (in characteristic zero) is an absolute Hodge cycle — see §2 for definitions and (2.11) for a precise statement of the result. 
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