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The ears of the heart and the eye of the reason: think about justice from the bioenological approach to misericorde
The term "divine mercy" first appeared in texts in the 12th century, i.e. in around the final third of the Middle Ages, when mediaeval thought was dominated by religious influence, during a period in which there was no real distinction between philosophy and theology. Analysing the link between divi...
The stabilisation of canonical law and the decree of gracian
Esta investigação analisa o Decretode Graciano, documento do DireitoCanônico datado do século XII realizadorde uma primeira e fundamental tentativade sistematização das fontes e dos conteúdosdo Direito Canônico até então desenvolvido.Discute, ainda que de forma breve,as circunstâncias históricas nas...
Elise Vernerey’s thesis (11 December 2020)
Élise Vernerey a soutenu sa thèse de doctorat en histoire de l’art médiéval à l’Université de Poitiers « Voir ne consiste à ne pas voir : la sculpture du portail et la théologie apophatique au XIIe siècle (Saint-Denis, Moissac, Aulnay) » devant un large jury en semi-présentiel, compte tenu de la sit...
Royal Normande Policy and Calabrian counties in the second half of the 14th century
The Norman conquest of Sicily and Calabria led by the Hauteville family, in the 11th century, gave birth in the next century to an original monarchic system in which the sovereign aimed at keeping a direct control on the territory and the administration of its subjects, and at using his royal prerog...
Aristocracy and monarchy in the queen of Castile and Leon: the case of the Lara family
Entre los siglos XII y XIV se produjo un cambio fundamental en las relaciones de poder entre la aristocracia y la monarquía. Se analiza el caso particular de la familia Lara. Al comienzo de este período su poder derivaba ante todo de su acceso directo al monarca y su control sobre el mismo. A lo lar...
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Land productivity in the Crown of Castile in the middle of the eighteenth century
Replenishing a puzzle. Disquisitions about the restoration and interpretation of linear galogue-style wall paintings in the Church of Santa Maria la Nueva de Zamora
La iglesia de Santa María la Nueva de Zamora, de origen románico, se ha revelado como un puzle enigmático de difícil interpretación en su evolución constructiva. Dentro de un programa de intervenciones y estudios mucho más amplio, se exponen aquí los avances en su conocimiento surgidos con motivo de...
Sovereign Holy and Holy Princesses in the monumental painting of the Byzantines churches of Cyprus
Holy Empress and Holy Princesses in Cypriot Byzantine Wall Paintings, 12th - 15th Centuries Byzantine hagiographical iconography contains many examples of holy empresses and princesses. They are revealed by the hagiographical texts, the synaxaria, and the menologia, which constitute important source...
2000 years of pastoralism and fire shaping high-altitude vegetation of Sierra de Gredos in central Spain
Digital proportionality in Book VII of Campanus Elements
International audience Campanus' 13th-century version of Euclid's Elements is not a translation but a comment written on the basis of Arabic-Latin 12th-century sources and original works such as Jordanus' Arithmetic. The study of numerical proportionality in Book VII shows the nature and scope of Ca...
Conquering and governing Islamic Sicily in the 15th and 12th centuries
Conquering Sicily from the middle of the XIth century, Hauteville are the first to set up a government that is defined as a Christian and, at least in part, from Latin, while exercising its prerogatives at a predominantly Muslim population, Arabic speaking. To do this, they gradually developed instr...
Mobility: catalyst of an “Agile” organisation
International audience The XXI century Enterprises work on their processes to try to optimize them. This Business Process Reengineering needs a permanent presence of actors. This research try to analyze the impact of wireless technology on the impact of optimization processes and display conclusions...
The Visnu Image from Sarisadah in the Indian Museum, Kolkata
Image of a 12th-century image of Visnu from Bengal which does not reflect the iconography of the period but reproduces a model of the 5th to 8th century.
Regulation and Commodification of the State through Taxation and Finance : The case of Offices in France from the 12th to the 17th Century
This thesis analyzes the process of production, reproduction and change of the state from an institutionalist and regulationist perspective based on a work of economic history over a “long period of time”. It focuses on the establishment of the system of taxation in France, between the 12th and the...
Towards a Typological and Analytical Redefinition of Byzantine Zeuxippus Ware Pottery
International audience Tableware of Zeuxippus Ware type is a priori one of the best-known categories of Byzantine pottery. Very widely disseminated throughout the territories of the Byzantine empire and also the entire Mediterranean and the Black Sea at the end of the 12th and beginning of the 13th...
Urban water usages in Egbeda area of Oyo State, Nigeria
Filippo de Vivo, de l’université de Birkbeck (Londres), est à la tête d’un programme de recherches consacré à l’histoire comparée des archives de Rome, Venise, Florence, Modène, Milan, Naples et Palerme, de la conservation des documents administratifs dans les cités-Etats du XIIe siècle à la créatio...
The RELATIONS OF THE LUTISES IN THE OSTSEERAUM (10.-12. YEARHUNDED)
The contacts in the Baltic, mainly to Scandinavia, were vitally important for the economy and social affairs of the northern Slavs since the 8th century. In the territory of the Lutician tribal league (late 10th–12th century) we observe outstanding material witnesses of the contacts with the north,...
The Heir to All the Ages: The Past, Present, and Future of Double Jeopardy
The legal doctrine of double jeopardy is one of the most august and long‐standing principles in criminal procedure, yet the Magna Carta, the intellectual pantheon of liberties in western legal consciousness, no‐ ticeably does not mention the principle. This comparative examination of the history of...
The end of a taboo? “Banning women’s communist in the Middle Ages of menstruated women. The case of the 12th century
Of dressings and gala: French influences on the appearance and apparatus of cutting the first half of the 18th century
Forming a community by the end of
Numerous medieval images depict the end of the terrestrial world. The Last Judgement is its best-known form today, especially in monumental sculpture. It is this that, beginning in the 13th century, ornamented almost all of the Gothic cathedrals that have been preserved up to the present day. In thi...
The Apostles of medieval Livonia (until the beginning of 13th Century)
Livonia, encompassing the area of today’s Latvia and Estonia, was one of the last regions of Northern Europe to be incorporated into the Christian/ Latin civilization. Its direct neighbourhood with Ruthenian duchies, which observed the Eastern Christian rite, did not contribute to the earlier conver...
Historical Cultural Spaces – Adaptation and Functioning. The Case of the Museum of the First Piasts at Lednica
Interest in Ostrów Lednicki started in the mid-19th century. In 1858–1874, information was gathered about its stone buildings, burials, rampart construction, bridges, and numerous other finds. On 12th March 1930, Ostrów Lednicki was entered into the Register of Historical Monuments. Today, a team of...
School Legislation of Ecumenical Councils from the 12th to the First Half of the 14th Century and the Beginning of its Reception in Medieval Poland – the Outline of the Problem
The aim of the paper is an analysis of a broadly understood legislation of general councils which took place in an important period for the development of the then educational system and culture – at the height of the Middle Ages (12th–13th c.). While analysing the written records of synodal and cou...