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Debriefing on the “Heretics” book by Robert I. Moore
A report by Laurent Guitton and Alessia Trivellone of the book by Robert I. Moore, Heretics. Resistance and repression in the medieval West, Paris, Belin, 2017, has been published on Clionautes. access the online report downloading pdf
Closing conference of the ANR Globafrica Programme
5 - 7 mars 2019IMAF - 9 rue Malher -75004 Paris The Routes of Medieval Africa 11th-17th centuries Program here Over the last three years, historians and archaeologists have sought to bring to light the relationships between the interior of the African continent and other parts of the world during th...
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...
Andrade, Amélia Aguiar; Try, Catarina; Silva, Gonçalo Melo; Silver, Sara (eds.) — Inclusion and Exclusion in Medieval Urban Europe. Inclusion and Exclusion in Medieval Urban Europe. Lisbon: Institute for Medieval Studies — Municipal Council of Castelo de Vide, 2019 (552 pp.)
With great advantage of this book, which develops its content in five parts: I — The intervention of powers; II — Institutions and procedures; III — Exclusion marks in medieval town planning; IV — Inclusion and exclusion from the material register. Prospects since Archaeology; V — Taking or excludin...
Medieval and medieval Jewish and Jewish manuscripts
Programme for the year 2006-2007: The Xth Cairo Guenizah documents in North Africa
Bias — Programme of the Seminar 2015-2016
The Mondays morning of the EFR French School in Rome — Room of ROMA Piazza Navona Seminar, 62 on Mondays, starting at 9: 30 Monday, 14 December 2015 Session 1: “Inanimate objects, so do you have a soul?” History and social sciences in the face of medieval and modern links Organisation: Marie Lezowsk...
Ouilly-le-Tesson (Calvados). The Manoir
The aim of the study of this MH group was to observe the medieval habitat of northerly low stone in a rural context from an architectural and spatial perspective. It was also carried out as part of academic work and tested a number of methods, both in spatial archaeology and in monumental archaeolog...
Changed (Mayenne). The Grands Prés
A diagnosis carried out at the end of 2008 in the municipality of Changé, north of Laval, revealed medieval structures located close to isolated farms that were still existing and already listed on the Napoleonic cadastre, as well as a residential building with associated structures, abandoned in th...
Clermont-Ferrand (Puy-de-Dôme). 15, rue Gabriel Péri
A diagnosis showing the presence of via Agrippa (former Roman lane linking Lugdunum to Mediolanum Santonum), an antique funeral space and a few medieval sepultures, a search carried out in spring 2009 revealed 111 antique and medieval structures, spread over 3 m of stratigraphy and a surface area of...
Sainte-Marguerite-Lafigère (Ardèche). Medieval mining district of Colombier
The mining sites of the Chassezac concession are grouped into three main sectors of the coast: Rouvière (com. de Sainte-Marguerite-Lafigère), Colombier (com. de Sainte-Marguerite-Lafigère and Malarce-sur-la-Thines), Vert (com. de Thines). The campaigns carried out in 2003, 2004 and 2007 made it poss...
Ladero QUESADA, Miguel Ángel — Cities of Spain Medieval. Introduction to their status. Madrid: Dykinson, 2019 (264 pp.)
Miguel Ángel Ladero Quesada traz a público uma síntese sobre cidades da Espanha medieval organizada em oito capítulos ilustrados e enriquecidos por um conjunto de vinte e oito plantas de cidades, na sua esmagadora maioria peninsulares, a que juntou outras, de centros urbanos centro-sul americanos. A...
Ariège and Haute-Garonne. Birth, evolution and function of medieval fortifications in the counties of Foix, Couserans and Comminges
Since 2004, this programme brings together around fifteen researchers from different backgrounds. The aim is to gather surveys into a high-and medium-mountainous sector (central Pyrenees, facing north) in order to compare sites, their function, the surrounding landscape and geopolitical situations....
Hidāyat al-Qāriʾ (Short Version)
II.S.0.0. Introduction GAP II.S.0.1. This is the book of the abbreviated version of The Guide for the Reader, known as The Book of Essential Requirements. II.S.0.2. Its author begins and says: You, may God support you, asked me to abbreviate for you The Book of Rules, which is generally known as The...
How did Arabs govern ancient Egypt? 22 March 2012, Paris
In the context of the seminar “Peuples and powers in medieval Islam”, Sylvie Denoix (research director at the CNRS, Director of Studies of the French Institute of Eastern Archaeology) will give a conference on “How did Arabs govern ancient Egypt?” on Thursday 22 March 2012 at 14. Seminar organised b...
II. Int.0.1. Preliminary Remarks This volume presents an edition and English translation of the sections of the Masoretic treatise Hidāyat al-Qāriʾ ‘Guide for the Reader’ that coNcerN the coNsoNaNts aNd vowels. This medieval work constitutes an important primary source for the reconstruction of the...
Hidāyat al-Qāriʾ (Long Version)
II.L.0.0. Introduction GAP II.L.0.1. […]‘for the day when I arise as a witness’ (Zeph. 3.8),‘The Lord is my light and my salvation’ (Psa. 27.1), which are two masculine nouns, since the accent is at the end and not the beginning of the word. Another example is(Ruth 2.6), which means ‘who returned’ a...
Reason books, family books
on the occasion of the seizure of medieval reason books in Jonas, we found a very useful tool, developed by GDR 2649 under the direction of J.-P. Bardet and F.-J. RUGGIU: a census of the private forum’s written records (books of reason, family books, newspapers, etc.) written between the end of the...
Joseph Anton Koch’s sketches at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. Source of motivation and example of artistic interaction. Roman Historical Messages.Römian Historical Messages 51 51•
The Medieval World Master’s 2020-2021
Registration procedures: It is done on the e-application — From 20 April to 15 May — Results at the latest by 19 June Presentation The Middle Ages is a particularly exotic historical period, which rightly has a real fascination. But in order to really understand this period, we need to acquire deman...
Parution : Cristina Acidini et Elena Gurrieri, Florence through Renaissance Eyes, Florence, Leo S. Olschki, 2021
This book is the ideal companion to discover the ancient heart of Florence through the eyes of an exceptional witness: Marco di Bartolomeo Rustici (1392/93-1457), goldsmith and humanist, author of an extraordinary Codex that takes his name. In the Codex, Rustici describes and depicts religious and s...
The ‘De generatione et corruptione’ in the ‘golden century’ of medieval encyclopaedias
The encyclopaedias from 1210 to 1260 were the first works to use Aristote’s translations. In this period, knowledge of De generatione ranged from silence in Alexander Nequam and Thomas de Cantimpré to marginal use in Barthélemy l’English and highly controlled, and literal use in Arnold de Saxony, th...
The potential of the analyse-network in medieval history
“Network” is arguably the most common concept used in the work of the medivists of the last two decades. Countless studies refer to power networks, networks of influence or friendship, customer networks, merchant networks, monastic networks, intellectual networks, urban networks, etc., so that one c...
Call to ï. ‘The multilingual city, around 1250-around 1800. Historical approaches ", online, 5/11/2021 (deadline: 20 July 2021)
international workshop, "The multilingual city, around 1250 — around 1800. Historian approaches "(online), 5 November 2021 The historians and historians of the medieval and modern city rarely looked at the use of languages in old urban societies. Conversely, the social history of languages, as devel...
Circulations juridiques et pratiques artistiques, intellectuelles et culturelles en Europe au Moyen Âge (XIIIe – XVe siècle) 25-27 fév. 2016, Lisbonne Le colloque international Medieval Europe in Motion 3 poursuit la série de rencontres scientifiques inaugurées en 2013 par l’Institut d’Etudes Médié...
Eve Feuillebois, medieval Iran
This book comes into the important collection of the Guides Belles Letters of Civilisations, which now has around 30 titles for a wide audience of students, specialists and simply curious. With a view to both books for the general public and basic manuals, the volumes of this collection all correspo...