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The Romanian memory of the Berthelot mission (1918-2007)
‘titrebThe Romanian memory of the Berthelot mission (1918-2007)’/titreb '-131: ‘RES’ --b The memory of the Berthelot mission is a kind of mirror of Franco-Romanian relations and even fluctuations in Romanian internal policy. Between 1918, when the Berthelot mission was dissolved, and 2007, which mar...
The world of book: Miranda and the French revolution Junio of 1967
We are grateful for the unrestricted generosity of the great Venezuelan historian, Héctor Parra Márquez, a close relative in the spiritual and blood of Parra Pérez, for having in our Library, with a dedication that honours us, the work ‘MIRANDA Y LA REVOLUCION FRANCESA’ in II Tomos. to write the gre...
The crossing points of the Colombian folklore. The tamborite and the improvement
The northern coast of the Colombian Pacific has one of the richest and abandoned veins of the musical folkloror. The presence of indigenous people, who still survive in rudimentary life; the large black population, which makes up the majority, and the lost offspring of the conquor, attracted by beac...
Pisistrate au Lycée ou le temps de Cronos retrouvé
According to Aristotle in The Athenian Constitution, XVI, 7, the Athenians would have lived under Pisistratus as in Kronos days. Aristotle’s choice to associate the Athenian tyrant with the Golden Age can be explained by the intellectual and political context...
María de Egipto y las egipciacas en algunos textos de la Edad Moderna
The author analyzes some versions of the life or legend of Saint Mary of Egypt that were published in Spain (not only printed, but also staged or orally diffused) between the mid-Seventeenth and the early Nineteenth centuries, focusing mainly on the aspects that inscribe them in the social codificat...
RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUSSIAN GOLD MINING INDUSTRY
The article discusses the historical aspects of gold mining in Russia over the past two hundred years. It should be noted that a person's interest in gold is due to several reasons. First, according to a certain theory, the origin of the precious metal, namely gold, was in the primordial matter of t...
File: The group of Ten, precursors to interdisciplinarity — Introduction — From golden legend to inheritance disputes: the Group of Ten Transversal
Purcell and Dryden’s King Arthur and the Myth of the Golden Age
The King Arthur of Purcell and Dryden, a semi-opera or dramatic opera in the words of Dryden, breaks with the English heroic mode and shapes the narrative of Arthurian legend according to the criteria of Greek-Roman mythology. From a poetic or political point of view, King Arthur brings back to the...
Reviews of: Elaine Fantham, Roman Literary Culture: From Plautus to Macrobius (Johns Hopkins UP, 2013); Hala Halim, Alexandrian Cosmopolitanism: An Archive (Fordham UP, 2013); William Calin, The Lily and the Thistle: The French Tradition and the Older Literature of Scotland (U of Toronto P, 2014); S...
Views on Dacic golden bracelets. A debate at the Romanian Academy/About Dacian gold bracelets
Spânu Daniel. Views on Dacic golden bracelets. A debate at the Romanian Academy/About Dacian gold bracelets. In: Archaeological materials and research (New Series), N°3 2008. 2007. p. 103-106.
The birth of an icon or the caricatural mesaventures of ‘Little Boney’ in England in 1803
‘titrebSummary’/titreb While in 1803 Bonaparte’s golden legend was being introduced in France, Manche, James Gillray, a talented English caricaturist, gave birth to Boney, a negative mix of earlier graphic stereotypes and the choke silhouette of the future Emperor. This new character will make it po...
European Routes of Knowledge The European Routes of Knowledge: Vita Peregrinatio. Late Middle Ages — 17th century
Vita peregrinatio: “Life is a journey”. This formula often punctuates the books of friends of German students of the XCentury, alba Friendly, who collected the step-by-step memories of their university tour of Europe, an emblematic of European humanist culture. Was the ‘golden legend’ of the cosmopo...
Jean-Claude Escaffit, Moïz Rasiwala, Taizé History
The profusion of speeches around Taizé proves that a page of the history of Taizé is turning. The death of the founder is certainly not foreign. However, among the works that try to refer to this half-century adventure, some have more than a modernised hagiography, sometimes even a golden legend, th...
Exceptional acquisition of a sheet enlightened by the master of the Munich golden legend
The year 2021 begins with a particularly interesting acquisition for the Department of manuscripts: that of a sheet from a book of hours enlightened in Paris, around 1425-1435, by the Ministry of the Gold Legende of Munich. Nal 3261 recto NAL 3261 verso NAL 3261 recto NAL 3261 verso This piece, cont...
Clinical reinstatement: the hospital or the new life of the saints in the 19th century
In the 19th century, the saints experience a new life in the form of a case story: the clinical discourse covers martyrologe, where he sees a collection of symptoms to be analysed. Becoming hysteric, the Holy (re) became, at the end of the century, a Roman character, often at the service of anticeri...
Legionic saints of the southern Alps. Ethnology of a local saintment
National audience. There are singular military saints in the Alpine area, which were said to have belonged to the legions of the Roman Empire and were martyrised for their Christian faith in the third century. The legend of the Legion Thébeenne is the most well-known narrative. In order to crack dow...
The paintings involving scenes from the legends about St. Nicholas in the repertory of The Princes Czartoryski Museum in Krakow. The issue of provenance and authorship
The collection of The Princes Czartoryski Museum in Krakow includes a pair of wings form a winged retable depicting hagiographical threads connected with the person of St. Nicholas of Bari. The artwork was brought to the museum from Rzepiennik Biskupi, a village situated near Krosno. The wings const...
Semiotic Interpretation of the Legend of the Golden Cradle from the High Mother Perspective
This study involves the semiotic interpretation of the high mother variant of the legend of the Golden Cradle which is a Crimean–Tatar tale. The peninsula located at the Northern Black Sea is called Crimea. Turks living there are called Tatars. Semiotics is uncovering the visi-ble and unseen meaning...
Once Again to the Question of the Hordes’ Color Terms in the Ulus of Jochi (the Boz-Horde term in the sources of the 16th–19th centuries) »
Article discusses the features of using the term of Boz Horde in the territory of the ulus of Jochi. By involving the Turkic and Mongolian sources of the 16th–19th centuries, the author compares the term of Boz Horde with widespread color designations of Aq Horde and Kok Horde that were used in the...
Blazoning Mary Magdalene
Mary Magdalene is a significant figure in the Christian world, largely due to her unique relationship with Christ. As a woman and a reformed prostitute, the Magdalene is an unlikely friend to the son of God. However, despite her low social status and sinful past, Mary is featured in all four Gospels...
Contributions to the circumstance of the EDREMIT Qualifications to the Zone
There have been many scientific activities in the area since the beginning of the 2000s, particularly in the early 2000s, in order to unravel the Gulf of Edremit, which was referred to as The pedbeion. The cultural inventory of the Gulf of Edremit is being created as a result of scientific excavatio...
“TOWARDS GAMELAN POP”
ABSTRAK “Towards Gamelan Pop” adalah karya seni musik yang lahir akibat bentuk permasalahan yang sedang populer saat ini, misalnya korupsi, kurangnya kepedulian terhadap lingkungan hidup, radikalisme, tindak pelanggaran hukum, dan kerusakan moral. Fenomena tersebut dikaitkan dengan bentuk musik pop...
From shadow to light: the ecoapocalypsis and the sacralisation of nature in Barjavel and Aridjis
In many literary and cinematographic works of the last forty years, the tense relationships of man towards nature lead to an ambivalence of apocalypsis: the new post-apocalyptic world generally has both utopic and dystopic dimensions: utopic as they denote aspiration for a purified natural world and...
Hagiographic parenthood, according to Jacques de Voragine, and golden leguminous manuscripts (c. 1260-1490)
Selection board composition: Anita Guerreau-Jalabert, Research Director, CNRS (rapporteur), Christiane Klapisch-Zuber, Director of Studies, ÉHESS, Didier Lett, Professor of Universities, Paris VII-Paris Diderot University (rapporteur), Paul Payan, Senior lecturer, University of Avignon, Jean-Claude...
Two sides of imperial phenix: Trajan and Hadrien on the 117/118 ap aureus. J.C.
The two Aurei of Hadrien in honour of his adoptive father, late Trajan, show an unprecedented image: a radiated phenix, in majesté, without legend, holding on one of the types a laundry branch. While Egypt’s sacral creature was previously attested in Greek-Latin texts, representations were only seen...