Query : Late Antiquity
- Aleksandr Sergeevich Kozlov8
- Cavalieri, Marco8
- David Morris8
- Frikkie de Beer8
- Leon Jacobson8
- Michael Chazan8
- Patricia Smith8
- Robert Nshimirimana8
- Liora Horwitz7
- Santoprete, Luciana Gabriela Soares7
- Renaut, Olivier6
- Fournet, Jean-Luc4
- Gandel, Philippe4
- Schneider, Laurent4
- Bouali, Hassan3
- Luault, Noémie3
- Saliou, Catherine3
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Conviction, belief, faith (Sorbonne, 30-31 May)
On 30 May, 31 May and 1, the following colloquium will take place at the University of Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne and the EPHE: Belief, belief, faith: from late antiquity to the Middle Ages. Organisers: Christophe Grellard, Laurent Lavaud and Philippe Hoffmann. Thursday 30 May 2013 University Paris 1...
Bibliographies of Proclus and Damascius — The De Wulf-Mansion Centre
The De Wulf–Mansion Centre carries out research in Ancient philosophy, in particular on the transformation of Platonic thought in late Antiquity. In the beginning of the history of interpretation of Plato (until 2nd c. AD), authors tended to emphasize the aporetic character of Platonic philosophy. F...
Can we talk about popular revolts in late antiquity?
the Welsh Bagaudes have been the subject of multiple contradictory and clear-cut interpretations since the 50s: peasant revolts according to Marxist analyses, introduced into the ‘democratisation of culture’ model by Santo Mazzarino, militias of autonomist landowners according to Anglo-Saxon histori...
The invention of the Protomartyr Stephen : Holiness, Power and Controversy in Antiquity (I-VI c.)
This study aims at understanding in what ways the biblical figure of Stephen (Acts 6-8) was transmitted and received in Christianity during the first six centuries of our era. From the text of the Acts of the apostles to the translation of his relics to Rome in 589, our investigation attempts to gra...
Study Day — "Northwest Cities: chronology questions "
Friday 7 December 2012, Regional Directorate for Cultural A-Areas of Picardy (DRAC) — - Salle Robida 5 rue Henri-Daussy, Amiens Second day of studies Fortifications and cities of late antiquity in northern Gaule Villes of Northwest: chronology questions see Programme
Tell or prove. Stories of discoveries and non-discoveries of oral caves
The debate on the seniority and authenticity of parithal art has developed in Europe for more than twenty years, starting in 1879 when the discovery of Altamira cave paintings takes place in Spain. The length of this debate reveals the difficulty for pre-historians of the end of the nineteenth centu...
Animal ludens European (7): the late fantasy of an antiquity allegedly played with pets
Because we have not found so much artistic performances or that of adult women or men playing with a cat (a very long monopoly of Egyptian only) or a dog, there is a lack, a vacuum. The idea of an ideal gréco-Roman antiquity where Otium is celebrated lacks the innocence of games between men and dome...
The Ancient site of the Ladies Blanche Clinic in Tours (Indre-et-Loire): fitting out of a Roman boat on the Loire and evolution of the bank line
The search carried out on the site of the Dames Blanche clinic in Tours/Caesarodunum (Indre-et-Loire) revealed the remains of a vessel from the Haut-Empire probably connected to a berry track found in the southern boundary of the explored area. At that time, the Loire was located only a few tens of...
The Late Antique necropolis on the site of El-Deir in the Egyptian oasis of Khargeh : study of the Coptic funerary practices
Study of the west necropolis at the El-Deir site in the Egyptian oasis of Khargeh helps to acquire a better understanding of the knowledge of Egyptian funerary practicesin the Late Antiquity / Late Antique period, in the first ages of Christianity. The results of this research constitute an interest...
On the margins of the Kingdom. Archaeological study of the period of Post-Meroitic transition
This thesis proposes a synthesis of the “End of Meroe”. The challenge, however, is considerable. The genesis of the “royal” mounds of el-Hobagi was the subject of a critical discussion between experts at the 8th Conference of the Meroitic Studies in London. Partice Lenoble had already established, w...
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...
Town and territory of Toledane between late antiquity and the kingdom visited: the construction of a ‘Civitas regia’ (later IV-VIII d. C.)
During late antiquity, the urban landscape of Toledo was profoundly altered or changed, while there was a reorganisation and redesign of the suburbial areas, buildings and functions. As a long-reaching phenomenon, Christianity was one of the determinants of the profound transformation of society and...
The mining agglomeration of Blot-l’ÉChure (Auvergne) and the tardo-antique urban context between Sioule and Limagne. ATEG 4: Late antiquity in eastern Gaule 4. Agglomerations in northern Gaule and neighbouring regions during late antiquity (III-VI s)
Complex dressing patterns on grinding surfaces of rotary querns and millstones from Antiquity in the Paris Basin (France): state of research and perspectives
Seen through a millstone. Geology and archaeology of quarries and mills. Bryggens Museum, Bergen, Norway 19 – 21 October 2011 International audience The dressing of grinding surfaces of millstones to maintain their “sharpness” is a technique known since ancient times. This wasfor the most part carri...
Scenarios of La Tentation de Saint Antoine. The time of the work
National audience “It’s the work of all my life”, says Flaubert, referring to La Tentation de saint Antoine. Over almost thirty years, manuscripts record the development of the writer and his time, aesthetic and epistemological transformations. Mr Flaubert wrote a first version before Ms Bovary and...
« Learning and Teaching Medicine in Late Imperial China »
International audience Describing the processes and pedagogical activities that took place within the framework of medical apprenticeship in late imperial China raises a number of issues that have already been addressed in this volume. Firstly, we know very little on the practical processes of teach...
Late-antique Roman Villas in Central Italy. Compared Settlement Patterns: the Aiano-Torraccia di Chiusi case
Since 2005, archaeological excavations are led by the Université catholique de Louvain on the villa site in Aiano-Torraccia di Chiusi (Siena), an example of the wealthy rural residences of late-antique aristocracy in Central Italy, dating from the 3rd/4th c. to the 7th c. A.D. Compared to other vill...
About a few churches in Antioche on the Oronte
THE PROPYLÉE AND THE DECISION ON IT. Presence and absence of neoplatonism in the foucaldian reading of ancient philosophy. (p. 291-319)
The interpretation of Greek-Latin Antiquity developed by Michel Foucault in his latest publications and courses at the College of France makes little place for neoplatonism. The hermeneutical nature of the subject, the only text in which it is discussed with any attention, presents it as a mere exte...
4. Aharon Garish, Metsaḥ Aharon
A commentary on Deuteronomy, MS London Or. 10704 (Gaster Collection 930), fols. 97a–99b: Transcription Arabic Transcription Note Note Note Note Translation And his saying “lest there should be among you man, or woman, or family, or tribe, whose heart turneth away this day from the Lord” (Deut. 29.17...
24. A 19th-century Judaeo-Arabic folk narrative
The manuscript BnF Hébreu 583 (dated 1839 CE) contains, amongst other material, three Egyptian Judaeo-Arabic (JA) tales, depicting fictional events in the life of Abraham ibn ʿEzra (c. 1089–1167), the renowned Jewish biblical scholar and polymath. This edition focuses on the third of these tales, in...
2. From means to goal: auxiliary disciplines in the ottoman madrasa curriculum
1.0. Introduction The Ottoman Empire established madrasas since its formation. It met the needs of these madrasas, first, by inviting teachers from adjacent regions and, soon after, by employing their students. Thus, students who successfully graduated from the madrasa then became the teachers, who...
25. Libya 1: Ḥasan Al-Faqīh Ḥasan’s Chronicle Al-Yawmiyyāt Al-Lībiyya (early 19th century)
Transcription According to al-ʾUsṭā and Juḥaydar (eds) (  2001, 1: 534) Translation Wednesday 13 ḏū al-ḥijja 1246 h. My dear friend the ḥājj Muṣṭafā b. Mūsā went to the garden (?) of the consul and registered as an English subject. The English consul went to inform our Lord of that. And that’s...
Summary by G. CHARPENTIER, C. DUVETTE and P.-L. GATIER
The great baths of Tyr, from Roman era to late Antiquity Gérard CHARPENTIER, Architect CNRS, House of the East and Mediterranean (Lyon) — FRANCE Catherine DUVETTE, Archaeologist architect, CNRS, UMR 8167 — Pierre-Louis GATIER FRANCE, Researcher CNRS, HiSoMA, House of East and Mediterranean — FRANCE...
Vienna — Former churches Saint-Pierre and Saint-Georges
Historical monument in 1862 and restored at the end of the xix and at the beginning of xxe, the Church Saint-Pierre de Vienna is known to be one of the very few French and European monuments dating back to the late antiquity kept in elevation. It is a large group of religious buildings with a funera...