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- Bailly-Maître, Marie-Christine10
- Hartmann-Virnich, Andreas8
- Burri, Sylvain6
- Thuaudet, Olivier6
- Amouric, Henri5
- Vallauri, Lucy5
- Bernardi, Philippe4
- Ouerfelli, Mohamed4
- Delzant, Jean-Baptiste3
- Guild, Rollins3
- Andrault-Schmitt, Claude2
- Attia, Nicolas2
- Aurell, Martin2
- Baud, Anne2
- Berthier, Sophie2
- Canny, Dominique2
- Castex, Dominique2
- Cazelles, Nathalie2
- Comiti, Pierre,2
- Conte, Patrice2
- Archaeology and Prehistory97
- Art and Art History38
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences35
- Biological Anthropology32
- Cultural Heritage and Museology21
- Political Science20
- Classical Studies19
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology17
- Architecture and Space Management10
- Environmental studies7
- Gender Studies4
- Musicology and Performing Arts4
- Communication Sciences3
- Economies and Finances2
Remire-Montjoly (French Guiana). Wind mill
The Loyola dwelling was founded in 1668 by the Jesuit fathers in the Rémire funds. It knows its peak in the years 1720-1740. The sugar factory produced raw and refined sugar, molasses and guildive (generic name of cane alcohol). The card of Cayenne by Hébert, which was executed in 1730, is decorated...
The habitat of minors The habitat of minors: the cases of Brandes-en-Oisans and Pampailly
The Dominican Convent of Notre-Dame de Nazareth, a monastic site in Aix-en-Provence Le couvent des Dominicaines de Notre-Dame de Nazareth, a monastic site in Aix-en-Provence: Analysis of archaeological data and first elements of medieval peri-urban topography
The work on Axoise religious topography agrees to locate medieval and modern religious hospital foundations in the Mignet College in the Mazarin district south of Aix-en-Provence. Several preventive archaeological interventions were carried out at the location of the former Dominican convent of Notr...
Report on the work of COHN (S. Jr), FANTONI (M.) (studies gathered by), Late Medieval and Early Modern Ritual. Studies in Italian Urban Culture, Turnhout, Brepols, 2013, ISBN 978-2-503-54190-7
Annales. History, Social Sciences, Vol. 69, No. 3
Medieval glasses (18-14th century) with drops reported
The St Julien d’Ath Church before 1817: test for the reconstruction of a missing building
The condition of the Church Saint Julien before the fire in 1817 is highly ignored, although the gothic parts of the building are regularly described, written, mentioned or even analysed in the summaries of medieval architecture in Belgium or Hainaut. In order to be able to make comparisons and put...
Linceul or burial dressed? Pins, laces, buttons and other attachments in the 18th century at the beginning of the 19th century in Provence
The motto, a new emblem for the Princes of the 19th century.
from the second half of the 14th century, most European sovereigns, soon imitated by their parents and senior court officers, add new signs to their heraldic panopy. The sources refer to these currency emblems. In fact, they are figurative signs realistically depicted with which an award, word, mono...
The Provinces and the Public Economy, 700-1100
International audience Verschuer, Charlotte von, « The Provinces and the Public Economy, 700-1100 », in : Karl Friday, éd., Japan Emerging, Premodern History to 1850, Westview Press, 2012, p. 157-166
25. The salt in Dieppe at the end of the Middle Ages. From a local resource to a royal tax
The salines of Bouteilles near Dieppe appeared even before the town on which they depend. Located on the edge of the river which fed them with salt water from the tidal, they provided the salt necessary for the conservation of fish caught in the vicinity. They were first used by the franc kidneys an...
Jarre trips and metamorphoses, exhibition catalogue, Aubagne 2005.
thousand years of jarre history are added on the basis of land and subaquatic discoveries in Provence and Languedoc for water storage tanks, oil, wine and other foodstuffs from Islamic and Christian Spain and then produced in local workshops; Biot and Fréjus were the most emblematic at the end of th...
What do travel stories serve? Reflections on reading and receiving a literary gender in the Middle Ages
Supply and circulation of copper and its alloy elements in Provence from the 18th to the 16th centuries. Supply and circulation of copper and its alloy elements in Provence from 18th to 16th centuries: The contribution of written and archaeological sources
The return of the economic circuit of metals to Provence has so far not been the subject of extensive research. However, this geographical area, which opens up the Mediterranean, is also a route between northern Europe, the lunchtime of France and Italy. Quite intense metal trafficking has probably...
to which anthropology of the family refers to historians? The history of medieval spiritual relationship under the test of the new Kinship studies
We live in a time when reproduction techniques call into question what we call biological relationship. The ways of thinking about family studies have changed to the extent of these new problems, but have also led to criticism of the definitions of family, in particular the relationship which seemed...
Dairy products in the medieval and modern Mediterranean: production, marketing and consumption
Hérault, Frontignan, the Aresquiers, Aresquiers 12, identified as Justine nautical on 15 February 1867. Brick carrying sulphur to the port of Sète. Scheduled operation report 2017
Gallic cattle and French cattle: animal morphology and economic change during prehistoric and historical periods
International audience For more than 50 years, European and French zooarchaeologists have been producing and publishing more and more data and studies related to livestock morphology. These data drive our global understanding of economic patterns and how they change over time. Due to the huge mass o...
The images of the Ascension of Christ in Latin Christendom from the 9th to the 13th century
This thesis is dedicated to western representations of the Ascension of Jesus Christ between the IX and XIII Centuries and offers an analysis of this episode according to its iconography. This analysis consists of several sequences. As it is a religious subject, we have first the canonical sources,...
Paule (Côtes-d’Armor). Chapelle de Saint-Symphorien
The archaeological research carried out over the last 20 years on the Paule site is mainly known for revealing the remains of a waffle aristocratic fortress which gave rise to a probable oppidum during the second. The sources of Saint-Symphorien, located near the fortress, were probably exploited at...
Johan Huizinga and the Middle Ages (1919): write a Representation of Europe
N.B.: This study comes from the Colloquium ‘Historians of Europe, historians of Europe’, organised by Denis Crouzet at Villa Finaly, Florence, from 25 to 28 February 2016. It was the mid-term symposium of Axis 3 (‘European humanism or the construction of a Europe for itself, between affirmation and...
The habitat dispersed in the south-west of medieval France (17th centuries)
Mining and metallurgy in the Middle Ages: Evolution of a discipline
The extinctive prescription of defences, back to the origins of the maxim quæ temporalia sunt ad agendum perpetua sunt ad excipiendum
The article 1185 of the civil code has been modified by the 2016 reform. Since then, this text decides that the exception based on nullity is perpetual. Therefore, part of the maxim Quæ temporalia sunt ad agendum perpetua sunt ad excipiendum is now included in the law. However, the duration of the o...
Book and compliance with the Lorraine town planners in the modern era
In modern times, Lorraine has 6 incubators of urban planners, three medieval foundations and three post-trivial foundations. Male franciscain guardianship is exercised over these hatcheries, by the minor brothers of compliance or by the Greeks. That authority shall be based, inter alia, on writing....
Anonymi Artium Magistri Questiones super Librum Ethicla Aristotelis (Paris, BnF, Lat. 14698).
the years preceding and following the conviction of 7 March 1277 were among the most difficult in the history of the University of Paris. Among the witnesses of events that upset the Faculty of Arts at that time, a special place must be given to a fragment of an anonymous reportatio of an Ethics cou...