Query : Légende Dorée
- Callias Bey, Martine2
- Delmas-Rigoutsos, Yannis2
- Hiernard, Jean2
- Turrel, Denise2
- Alamichel, Marie-Françoise1
- Baron, Anne-Marie1
- Boureau, Alain1
- Coste, Florent1
- Dicks Henry1
- Flaubert, Gustave1
- Fonio, Filippo1
- Goullet, Monique1
- Grandhomme, Jean-Noël1
- Gugelot, Frédéric1
- ΞΥΓΓΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ, Ανδρέας1
- Le Cornec Rochelois, Cécile1
- Maillet, Chloé1
- María Ángeles Llorca Tonda1
- Marquer, Bertrand1
- Moulinier, Laurence1
- Art and Art History4
- Gender Studies3
- Biological Anthropology2
- Archaeology and Prehistory2
- Classical Studies2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences1
- Communication Sciences1
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
- Musicology and Performing Arts1
- Political Science1
De quoi la Légende dorée est-elle le nom ? Propositions pour une philologie pragmatique
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...
File: The group of Ten, precursors to interdisciplinarity — Introduction — From golden legend to inheritance disputes: the Group of Ten Transversal
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...
The decoration of the Flores sanctorum manuscript from the Sorèze monastic library
The Flores sanctorum manuscript was legged to the Benedictine Abbey of Sorèze (Tarn) at the end of the 14th century by a curé of St Vincent de Carcassonne, Jean Coc. It bears two ECU not yet identified. Its interest lies less in the text, which is a version of the Dorée Legende, than in the illustra...
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...
Letters to Emilia on mythology and some other books on the same topic
When I was a child, I was familiar with Greek mythology in a book by Mario Meunier entitled ‘La Légende dorée des Dieux et des Héros’. Later, I discovered Robert Graves’ more arduous book on Greek myths. I will have lived at the end of the 18th century or in the first half of the 19th century, proba...
The English versions of Barlaam -Josaphat
The article looks at the different versions of the Barlaam and Josaphat legend in medieval and modern England. It lists the manuscripts and the editions of these versions. He focused on the paraboles from the Greek and Latin versions reproduced by several English authors between the 14th and 18th ce...
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...
The legend of Saint Julien at the hospital
I. The father and mother of Julien lived in a chest, in the middle of the wood, on the slope of a hill. The four corner towers had pointed roofs covered with lead scales, and the wall base was based on the quarters of rocs, which suddenly stretched to the bottom of the douves. The pavements of the c...
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...
‘The standard glazing, mirror of the salt. The boat in the life of the saints in the Middle Age "
Men and vessels in the light of the standard window: Alphabetical catalogue
Jacques de Voragine, La Légende dorée
Collective work with a copious introduction, illustrations and leaflets and published in the Gallimard editions in the Library of Pléiade La Légende dorée, composed in the eighteenth century by the Dominican Archbishop of Genoa Jacques de Voragine, was the most read and most widely distributed in th...
‘Orientalism’ in the Legenda aurea de Jacques de Voragine
This contribution aims to propose a categorisation of the Legenda aurea grounds on the basis of an adaptation of Edward Said’s ‘orientalist grid’. In particular, it can be seen that Dominican legend is characterised by attention to the East to a very low degree of criticism. The second part of the a...
Η πτερωτή ψυχή της Θεοτόκου (πίν. 1-2)
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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...
Post War Golden Age, « Trente Glorieuses », Swinging Sixties, Miracolo economico, Wirschaftswunder… En Europe occidentale, les années courant de l’après-guerre aux années 1970 ont vite été labellisées par des locutions flatteuses, qui les ont construites en période mythique, véritable âge d’or conte...
Balzac hagiograph: Human comedy or Golden Legende?
the Human Comedy, competing with hagiographic texts, is a real example. His characters reproduce the biblical or Christian figures and are likely to suffer death and passion, leave their sphere up to that of the ‘Speciality’. As in Swedenborg, ‘The Earth is the nursery of the sky’. Filled with marty...
Birds and saints: L’Légende dorée de Jacques de Voragine
Representation (s) and function (s) of a dragon named Tarasque in medieval rewriting of the Holy Life Marthe
The aim of this study is, as a first step, to analyse the depiction of the dragon in various medieval versions of the Holy Marthe Life. For example, we will review the Latin text of the Vie de sainte Marthe de la pseudo-Marelle, that of the Legende dorée de Jacques de Voragine, four Catalan versions...
European Routes of Knowledge The European Routes of Knowledge: Vita Peregrinatio. Late Middle Ages — seventeenth century
La Boutique de l’History, ISSN 2119-8667 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 cultur...