Query : 13th century
- Rousselot, Simon24
- Koeman, S.M.19
- Schorn, E.A.19
- ADC ArcheoProjecten8
- Schorn, ERIK7
- Terezinha Oliveira7
- UYAR, Tolga B.6
- Zee, R.M. van der6
- ΒΟΓΙΑΤΖΗΣ, Σωτήρης5
- Holl, J.5
- ΜΗΤΣΑΝΗ, Αγγελική5
- Draelants, Isabelle4
- ΚΑΠΠΑΣ, Μιχάλης4
- ΚΩΝΣΤΑΝΤΙΝΙΔΗ, Χαρά4
- Navarro Palazón, Julio4
- De Boer, A.G.3
- ΓΑΛΑΝΗ-ΚΡΙΚΟΥ, Μίνα3
- Hanemaaijer, M.3
- Hielkema, J.B.3
- JOLIVET-LÉVY, Catherine3
- Archaeology and Prehistory497
- Art and Art History126
- Classical Studies83
- Cultural Heritage and Museology74
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences61
- Architecture and Space Management41
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology39
- Musicology and Performing Arts31
- Political Science28
- Gender Studies23
- Biological Anthropology22
- Communication Sciences14
- Methods and Statistics14
- Economies and Finances10
- Environmental studies3
Death and cathedrals in Provence (12th-14th century)
Relations between death and the medieval church have been explored by European historians since the beginning of the 20th century. They are here analysed within the 22 dioceses of « Provence » during the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. Using a large and varied documentation, essentially produced by c...
The ‘conquest de l’Auvergne’ by Philippe Auguste
Since the end of the 19th century, historians have presented Philippe Auguste’s military intervention against the Auvergne comte in 1210-1213 as a ‘conquest’. They build their interpretation by referring mainly to the Chroniques de Guillaume le Breton. After a period of ‘independence’, Auvergne has...
The population network in La Rioja middle and low and in Cameros in the middle of the 13th century
David Trott, 13th century Theatre. Games, writing, eyes. Trial of shows in France from 1700 to 1790, Montpellier, Espaces 34 editions, 2000
reviewed Work: Theatre of the 18th century. Games, writing, eyes. Trial on shows in France from 1700 to 1789 by David TrottReview by: Dominique QuéroRevue d’Histoire Literaire de la France102th Year, No 6 (Nov. — Dec., 2002), pp. 1026-1028 (3 pages) Published by: Presses Universitaires de Francehttp...
The Aposstolic College in the Roman wall painting: Saint-Lizier and the worship of the Holy in the north-east of the Pyrenees
From the iconographic programme which originally decorated (around 1078) the cathedral of Saint-Lizier, a Majestas Domini in the oven (resumed in the eighteenth century), eight apartments arranged in pairs, under each of the blind arcades of the Chamber and, lower, five scenes of the Christ Enfance:...
Tracing the land use history and vegetation dynamics in the Mont Lozère (Massif Central, France) during the last 2000 years: The interdisciplinary study case of Countrasts peat bog
International audience The Countrasts Bog (1400 m a.s.l.), located in the western part of the Mont Lozère medium mountain, has been the object of an interdisciplinary study combining multiproxy analyses which includes pollen, non-pollen palynomorphs (NPP), macrocharcoal particles, sedimentology and...
Legati, delegati e l'impresa d'Oltremare (secoli XII-XIII). Papal legates, Delegates and the Crusades (12th-13th century). Atti del convegno internazionale di studi. Milano, Università cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 9-11 marzo 2011
Bouvines, a European turning point (1214-1314)
The 800th anniversary of the Battle of Bouvines (27 July 1214) provides an opportunity to reassess its effects on the capetian monarchy, the Kingdom of France and Europe. The trial argues that the victory of King Philippe Auguste consolidated the administrative reforms initiated since 1190, strength...
Assessing wave climate trends in the Bay of Biscay through an intercomparison of wave hindcasts and reanalyses
Topical Collection on the 13th International Workshop on Wave Hindcasting and Forecasting in Banff, Alberta, Canada October 27 - November 1, 2013 International audience The Bay of Biscay, located in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean, is exposed to energetic waves coming from the open ocean that have cruc...
Serbian Medieval Documents in the State Archives of Venice on Monasterium
by Žarko Vujošević King Stefan Uroš II Milutin confirms to the monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Ratac the grant of six villages donated by his mother, Queen Jelena. Serbian Medieval Documents in the State Archives of Venice 1306-03-15_cca_Milutin, in: monasterium.net, URL http://monasterium.n...
Barbara Bombi, « Diplomatic communication: how to convey messages at the papal curia between the 13th and 14th century » (15 avril)
Thursday 15 April 2021, 17: Barbara Bombi (Kent), Diplomatic communication: how to meet messages at the papal curia between the 13th and 14th century. Barbara Bombi’s communication will focus on diplomatic and administrative practices at the end of the Middle Ages and in particular the routing of me...
Does loving every mean loving every every, even non-existent ones ? Does loving every mean loving every every, even non-existent ones ?: Universals and distribution in the Opus puerorum
co-authored with Alain de Libera and Frédéric Goubier The study introduces the problematic of quantification and universals in 13th century logic and in sophismatic literature in particular. In an extended appendix, the sophisma "Omnis phoenix est" from the anonymous Opus puerorum is edited (Ms. Ami...
The Code and the texts. For a phenmenology of the Statutory Code in Pisa between the 13th and 14th century
Paleographic facts and codicological facts are key to understanding the statutory code: the records of municipal notaries and the form of codex are, on the other hand, the ‘technology’ actually adopted to preserve and fix the text, but also to make it alive and current, interpretable and amenable to...
Castel Narbones. The monumental pride of the Raimond de Toulouse
The fortified residence that the counts of Toulouse build in their capital in the last decades of the 14th century is understood in this study by three types of sources: literary, archaeological and sigillary data. These different angles of approach make it possible to understand the nature, the gen...
Provenance study and economic-cultural implications of the vitreous and resinous trimmings of the average Bronze in the Campu Stefanu shelter 1 (Sollacaro, Corse-du-Sud)
The searches of Campu Stefanu’s Bronze Age Site were carried out between 2005 and 2011. They concerned a house built during the old Bronze age and a natural shelter. This shelter revealed a stratigraphy extending from messolithic to Fer age. In its levels at the end of the average Bronze, the elemen...
Human and Computer Readings: towards a Collaborative Research
This document is an unsuccessful research project written and submitted anonymously in March 2020 by Claire Clivaz (SIB, Lausanne, CH). The average of acceptation was 13%. Scholars will find in this document a useful state of the art about OCR/HTR methodologies, as well as the still unexplored sugge...
Towards a new understading of the curse of Eve: female sexual pain in Genesis 3:16 and other ancient texts
Painful sexual intercourse is the lived experience of many women, but little research has been done on the condition, and it is seldom discussed, either in private conversations or in the media. This appears to also have been true in ancient society, where few texts mention pain associated with sexu...
Some irregular deniers tournois of the Frankokratia in Greece
The article deals with six specimens of “irregular” deniers tournois and adds some considerations regarding their possible origin, stylistic conditions, classification and possible place in the history and numismatics of the late Frankokratia in Greece. All of the specimens are from the 14 th centur...
The collections of algebraic problems in the ‘ibQisās al-mu‘ādala f-’ilm al-jabr wa’l-muqābala’/ib d’al-Zanjān-
from the end of the 19th century onwards a new school of algebristes built around the figure of the mathematician al-Karajă. It aims to explore the relationship between arithmetic and algae. The book Q’ās Al-Ma’ādala fī‘ilm al-jabr wa’l-muqābala (Balance of Equation on Restoration and Comparison Sci...
War, monarchy and nobility recruiting at the end of the 18th century: the register of volunteers from Castile del Duque del Infantado
minutes of the 8th Scientific Meeting of the Spanish Foundation of Modern History. Madrid Junio of 2004 In the context of the training of the Spanish army to combat the war against the Convention (1793-1795), the use of troops recruited by nobles has been little taken into account so far, although t...
The determination of legal jurisdictions in coastal areas: Honfleur and its region (11th - 13th centuries)
International audience Many small ports dot the left bank of the Seine estuary among which Honfleur becamùe dominant. Tidal movements created uncertainty as to the contours of the seacoast and estuary’s shoreline, its economic potential and necessitated an exact geography of the extent of local juri...
Graphic system and community of ‘writers’
The Guillaume Flambart handbook, a ‘dangerous’ sergent of the Rouen Bailiwick in the years 1460-1470, brings together texts of a diverse nature, but all of them focused on the practice of forest justice and the production of legal acts. The manuscript, consisting of 160 sheets, is written in one han...
Stories about the origin of languages: enromancier Babel
This study, which focuses on the story of the Babel Tower, looks at the first translations of this text (12th and 13th centuries). After highlighting the main features of the exegesis of this passage, it focuses on an original translation: the genesis of Evrat (late 19th century). How does this text...
Manuscritos escolásticos do físico Pedro Hispano (século XIII)
O presente texto busca problematizar a educação e a formação dos físicos nas faculdades de Medicina dos Estudos Gerais urbanos, no século XIII. A metodologia de ensino era comum à todas as quatro áreas do conhecimento universitário, Artes, Teologia, Direito Canônico e Romano e Medicina. Consistia em...
Ulpid and erudiction in the 13th century: The Legenda aurea de Jacopo de Varazze