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Paleopathological damage in the medieval leprey of Saint-Thomas d’Aizier (Eure): latest data
Lèpre is a particular disease in the Middle Ages, the representations of which vary between curse and benection, sacer and Sanctus, avers and setbacks in the same room that Durkheim referred to as ‘sacred’. Religious constructions, these ambivalent images have an impact on behaviour towards the inju...
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...
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...
The Vicomté of Bayeux in the Lower Middle Ages. Outline of demographic history (1389-1500)
La conquête d’Antequera (1410)
Au début du xve siècle, la Reconquista connut une nouvelle impulsion en Castille sous la régence de l’infante Fernando, fils de roi et noble le plus éminent du royaume. Si la figure de don Fernando d’Antequera et son époque ont suscité depuis longtemps l’intérêt des historiens, on observe aujourd’hu...
The “Tennto crisis” and recent economic theories
In recent decades, the great medieval growth of the 19th century has attracted little interest both in concrete large-scale research and in the development of theoretical models. For the 14th century economy, on the other hand, theorisation and studies have been multiplied. On his own or with his re...
An example of female micro-credit between town and country
The loans granted by some women from the Montenegrin urban elite to modest debtors necessarily raise the question of their motivation. Would they act in financial interest, in a pioneering logic, or should their actions reflect a medieval microcredit? To answer these questions, I will highlight the...
On 27 November 1237, Emperor Frédéric II won in Cortenuova, a few kilometres south of Bergamo, a bright victory over the troops of the second lumbar League. This battle, brought together with troops from both the German Kingdom and the allied cities of northern Italy or the Kingdom of Sicily, remain...
Around a news from Boccace: the immoral economy
After the apogy of the Fiammetta rule, during which the various narratives of the Decammeton illustrated each other, honour, love and marriage (day 5), the following rules are darker and, when dealing with relations between men and women, present transgressive situations where the rules of honour su...
The Mappa M, of the Beato of Osma: testimony to the tensions of his time.
the study by the Mappa Mor of the Beato de Osma (1086) raises a number of questions about its creation. In fact, what is reflected in this map is a problematic historical context, that of Alfonso VI, in which the confluence of politics and religions led to several crises. Between the past and the co...
On the economics of development: A view from Latin America
This paper surveys my research on development economics, undertaken in the context of the historical experiences of Brazil and Latin America. The research consists of academic papers, essays, economic fables, and reflections on my experiences in policy making. It spans different fields, including in...
Anthropoaesthetics and Anthroponatures: Green Unpleasant Landscapes and Climate Catastrophe in Clare Morrall’s When the Floods Came
Environmental disasters, and societal and financial collapses are part of the unprecedented social and ecological crises of the twenty-first century, and inevitably find expression in contemporary British climate fictions (cli-fi) which crystallise around the ramifications of drastic climatological...
Medieval and decorative readings of Platon Timée
Timée is undoubtedly the most cited Platon dialogue in Antiquity, the read plu and the most commented. He was seen as the “bible” of the medio-platonicians and enjoyed an extraordinary favour, as evidenced by the multiple comments that emerged in Greek thinking from Crantor to Proclus. This abundanc...
Conversion dynamics: conversion Dynamic models and resistors: models and resistors: Interdisciplinary approaches
Proceedings of the symposium organised by the Centre Interdisciplinary d’Étude du Religieux (MSH-M) on 13-15 October 2010.
Medieval readings of the musical harmony of the soul (Platon, Timée 35B-36B): the influence of Calcidius
Breakdowns in Eduardo Chapero-Jackson Verbo: hybridisation as an act of resistance
Film of fiction, Verbo (2011) is nevertheless rooted in the social reality of contemporary Spain. Eduardo Chapero-Jackson, who has acquired a strong reputation by producing short films, addresses in his first long film the existential malwelfare of a timid and solitary teenage: Sara. Attracted by se...
A notary and his small world in the Florentin contado of the nineteenth century
In the middle of the second century, a notary who was born, by his father, from the Castello of Rignano sull’Arno, a major mayor of Florence County, made a rather unusual application to the monks of Santa Maria di Vallombrosa, which associated with the usual elements of the Latin form a fairly rare...
The religion and ethnogenesis of the Lombards with regard to the frank sources
In the fierce research on the ethnogenesis of the Barbaric peoples, the establishment of Lombards in Italy and their constitution in the territorial kingdom are subjects of major interest, despite (or perhaps because of) the weakness of the sources internal to that people. The Edit de Rothari and th...
Vulnerability and adaptation of coastal societies to meteo-marin hazards between Guérande and Ré island, France, (XIV e -XVIII e century)
Institutionalist theories of the currency: the French school: analytics
Economists have used to analyse monetary phenomena by specifying what the currency is for, without worrying much about what it really is. For the latter, they are tacitly or explicitly made up of the barter flaw which tells us that the currency is merely a good that, as it is widely accepted, would...
Dynamics of the vegetation and the structuring of the landscapes : interdisciplinary study of the agropastoraux landscapes of the medieval countrysides of the North of High Brittany (XIe-XVIe s)
Based on recent approaches in pollen analysis applied to rural history, this PhD dissertation has three objectives: (1) to question the chronology of agrarian expansion and regression in northern Upper Brittany between 11th and 16th century; (2) to ponder the originality of this area in relation to...
René Grousset: A historian ‘European’ from Asia
Collection of studies on the main aspects of René Grousset’s work (1885-1952), Chief curator of Cernuschi and Guimet museums in Paris, teacher at the School of Eastern Languages, elected to the French Academy in 1946. They concern his human environment (he was born in the Gard), his texts on Lebanon...
Justice, revenge, treason in the legend of Ogier le Danois
The world of eppopée is violence. In gesture songs, many are the crises between Christians and the enemies of faith, or a teacher against his vassal, including a King and a great fellow. Among the revolt songs, also known as the songs of the rebel barons, where the torts are always shared, the Ogier...
Vulnerability and adaptation of coastal societies to meteo-marin hazards between Guérande and Ré island, France, (XIVe – XVIIIe century)
The space-time frame of the study is located in France, from the Guérande peninsula to the island of Ré, between the fourteenth and the eighteenth century. Sensitive and brittle, this area is regularly battered by violent winds. It also undergoes episodic sea flooding that can cause ruptures of bala...