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  • The legacy of the ancient road in the Upper Middle Ages Gaule (Ve-19th century)

    If Albert Grenier believes, ‘The Middle Ages is the gradual deceptency of roads’. In his view, there were only two stages of road construction: Roman emperors and Royal bridges and carriages, but he added that ‘Roman roads only ended in the 18th century’. In the face of these two contradictory state...

  • Gonzalo de Berceo – Sacrement et Apocalypse

    The Altar, The Temple, The Blood, The Lamb: the eschatological perspectives of the euscharitic sacrament deploy the ardent stamps of Joan’s Apocalypsis. Gonzalo de Berceo creates two poems more spiritual than doctrinal, that are not as famous as his hagiographys or his marian work. Nevertheless, in...

  • Wars

    In 358, Rome and the Empire perse sassanide have been in war for twenty years, without any of the opponents having taken the real ascendant to the other. The main steps are as follows: 338: Shāpur’s first failure in front of Nisibis. 343: offensive by Constance in Persian Mesopotamia. 346: Shāpur’s...

  • The letters in the Goths War of Procope

    Procope de Césarée are the main, often unique source for the study of the Long Rule of Justinian. Author of both a panegyric book of the Emperor, the Constructions, and a fierce diatribe, secret history, his major work remains the long narrative of the wars, published in 550-551 for the first seven...

  • Preamble to the third part

    The work in the third section of this volume develops the exhibitions and discussions that took place at the various seminars of the Archifam programme between 2013 and 2015. Seminars devoted, as the relevant sub-sections point out, to aspects as prominent as archiving tools and practices, dynamics...

  • ‘Family archives’ in Northern France to the Central Middle Ages

    It is no secret for anyone: in the French space, especially to the north of the Loire, the archives of aristocratic families going back to the medieval period are extremely scarce. The social and political breakdown in 1789 meant enormous destruction. The comparison with neighbouring England, where...

  • Socio-political skills and family archives in Portugal (xive-xviiy centuries)

    The four case studies envisaged here focus on some of the documentary production and accumulation strategies underlying the creation and preservation of family archives in Portugal. Following a chronological approach, from the end of the 18th century to the middle of the 19th century, they will anal...

  • The donation of Enesmur to the Abbey St. Sauveur de Redon

    The contribution we are honoured to present here is the result of the passionate discussion between Gildas Bernier and Pierre-Roland Giot in September 1983 on the search site run by the latter in Lavret Island. The subject of the debate was the degree of veracity to be given to Enesmur’s donation to...

  • Archiepiscopus Dolensis in the early 19th century. Outline of a catalogue of acts of Archbishop Baudri (1107-1130)

    At the beginning of the second century, when Baudri, previously abbated by Saint-Pierre de Bourgueil (1079-1107), became archbishop of Dol (1107), the so-called ‘metropolitan dispute’ is still not empty. For more than 200 years, the Breton seat has emerged as a rival of Tours, the historic metropoli...

  • Raoul de la futaie: the career of a founder of abbey in the early 19th century

    Need in the second decade of the nineteenth century with the benevolent of ducal power, Saint-Sulpice’s abbey founded Raoul of Futaia. As Hubert Guillotel pointed out, this sanctuary has developed rapidly, largely due to its founder. Like some of his contemporary illustres, he followed a precise pat...

  • Conclusion

    Vtrum ritus infidelium sint tolerandi is the question posed by Thomas of Aquin. If there is only one real way to salvage, why do we allow others? This is a question for all ‘sons of Abraham’, Jews, Christians and Muslims, who share an important cultural and spiritual heritage, based on the writing a...

  • Land market and the need for expertise in the Catalan of the centuries

    Identity and role of the homine boni The social profile, the functions and powers of the homine boni in medieval Catalonia have long been well known thanks to the studies that the prominent legal historian Josep Mr Font Rius has devoted to the origins of municipal institutions. The work of Font Rius...

  • The transmission and listing of tools

    The tool is rarely an isolated object. Its various forms, models and functions make it more or less numerous to make up the tools needed for production or operation. Although, before the major boards of the Encyclopaedia of Diderot and Alembert, there have been some attempts to figure, it must be ac...

  • The corporality of voices: voice and sound body in the skippers enlightened in Northern France and England (18th and 14th centuries)

    While images have a body, they also have a voice. Those decorating the 18th and 14th centuries give mixed voice typologies, ranging from ‘hurson hybrids’ to ‘songs’, ‘singing birds’, dialecticians’ clerks and ‘Renart master of choir’. In the light of the historical context, they can be seen as indic...

  • Speaker’s voice in the 19th century pre-modern assemblies: the example of imperial conciles and diets

    The article looks at the voice, in particular the human voice that speaks. Based on the example of the first sound recordings of voice in the 19th century, we briefly explain the genesis of the new fascination of historians for voice and ‘sound landscapes’ in recent research, with particular emphasi...

  • Victims of Fortune, victims of Amour: the list of literary and subjective

    Sei Shonagon does not rank; it lists and recommences. A topic causes a list, simple statements or anecdotes. Later on, an almost identical theme will produce another list, and so on; this leads to series that can be combined. Georges Perec Sei Shonagon was a company at the Japanese imperial courtyar...

  • Exhuming the controversial issues at the time of Charles VI: an intuition, a site

    Because of his appetite for the political literature of Charles VI and his attendance at handwritten sources, Nicole Pons was very interested in controversy at an early stage. Many articles, by virtue of their title and the vocables employed, put his studies in the field of the history of controvers...

  • The business of the entrepreneur Pere Comelles

    Recently, F. in a work he co-led with Mr Bourin and L. To Figueras, emphasised the role of rural entrepreneurs in the dynamics of the 1300s. The reflections produced and the work gathered in this editorial context is an incentive to continue a survey on rural enterprise. Working on businesses and en...

  • The Varsi Church and its chartrier

    The documentary records that allow a detailed examination of an individual’s or a family’s journey are not widespread until the 10th century. The most popular ones seem to be reserved for Italy, such as those of the Sculdahis Pierre de Niviano or the family group of Toto de Campione, which provide c...

  • Defining the economic space, imposing political authority

    Many recent work on the genesis of the State, Royal and Principer, does not fail to underscore the importance of control over space for the imposition of sovereignty. The state under way, the status of official texts, is structured around three key variables, one of which is precisely the territoria...

  • Wars leading to famine

    In a trial published in 2009, C. Gráda isolated war, military activity and violence from despotic governments as distinguished by the twentieth-century famines by placing them above other factors such as poor harvests, which, according to the author, would have had a greater impact on the famines of...

  • Economic aspects of the life of the Caistercian Abbeys of Northwest Italy (Xive century)

    Studies on the rural life of xia in the 14th century provide an increasingly articulated and problematic picture of the state economy. What were, depending on the region, the size, hunger and purpose of the reserve? Have there been different types of rye and therefore different relationships between...

  • The value of men in the verdict of land conquest

    In a readily provocative book, Alain Guerreau overlooked the indigence of elite, marginality and mass concepts. At best, it was seen as a rough way of identifying individuals that were intended to be grouped together on the basis of certain integration/exclusion criteria. There is undoubtedly a degr...

  • Has the pilgrimage paths in medieval France

    ever existed ‘pilgrimage paths’? It is pointless for this name to be sought in legislation classifying roads both in the Middle Age and at any other time. However, the question of ranking channels of communication has not left lawyers indifferent: for example, Ph. de Beaumanoir, in his Coutumes de B...

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