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A religious landscape between rites and depiction. Eleuthers in the Euripide Antiope
The concept of ‘religious landscape’ cannot be confused either with that of a cultuel landscape (the integration of cultuel practices and pathways into the building blocks of a landscape) or with that of cultural space (the structuring of a social space through the dissemination and prioritisation o...
Second day of ARGO studies (24 February 2012) — Ports: places of exchange, places of worship
On the first ARGO day (November 2010), we launched the project of a scientific network exploring the links between “marsibility, religion and economy in the ancient Mediterranean.” We considered this “conceptual triangulation” as a possible confrontational tool to shed light on a system of behaviour...
Report by Angelo Brelich. Greek Gli EROI, a storico-Belaroso problemema "
I. History as a provocation
1. — The first cracks The death of Stalin The close relations between SED and the Soviet Union were decisive for cultural life in the GDR, where Stalin’s worship was also present. Poets and writers did not hesitate to make allegiance to the regime. Thus, ‘A poem for Stalin’ by Erich Weinert: ‘Always...
The pagode: place of memory of a transnational Vietnamese Buddhism in France
Vietnamese Buddhism was permanently established in France since the mid-70s with the massive arrival of Vietnamese fleeing the Communist regime. This is a phenomenon that can be found in all major countries hosting Vietnamese refugees, such as the United States, Canada, Australia and Switzerland. Th...
The problem of authorship in roman artistic culture : originality and imitation
The topic of my research has been to deconstruct the authorship as expression of a unique subject within the artistic creation. act, in order to understand the different elements composing an art-work in the elaborated Roman visual culture. I tried to investigate how the modern concept of author has...
The gallo-romain fibules of the ‘Champs des Fougères’ in Mandeure (Doubs): cultuel furniture in eastern France
Since the early 2000s, geophysical surveys and recent excavations in the ancient city of Mandeure (Doubs) have led to the discovery and exploration of a new sanctuary, located in the ‘Champs des Fougères’. His search, although partial, allowed many sets of furniture to be collected. In total, 202 fi...
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...
News: symposium “Presence of divinities and worship in the countryside of the Roman Gaule and neighbouring regions, from the first century before our era to the 4th century of our era”
Date/venue: 11-12 October 2016/Nantes, Hotel of Loire-Atlantique Department (Lemo Room) In Gaule, works from the figurative arts, paintings, mosaics or sculptures were to a large extent depicting embossed mythological divinity and gréco-Roman divinity. Many entries engraved in stone also mentioned t...
Remerciement au Comité Jean Cocteau Ce billet prolonge l’exposition présentée au rez-de-jardin de la BULAC du 13 mai au 20 juin 2019, à l'occasion du 220e anniversaire de la naissance d'Alexandre Pouchkine (1799-1837). Elle met en perspective le rayonnement et la postérité du célèbre poète, romancie...
From Fata to Foys
, where does the history of Belle come from to sleeping wood? Who are the “fées” present at the birth of the small princess? This volume brings together contributions that reflect the extraordinary richness and complexity of this old history that was believed to be familiar, from its distant origins...
Brueckner (Wolfgang) The invasion of the Holy Blood in Walldürn. Environmental and sociological studies on structural change barock wallfahrts
Fürstenberg Friedrich. Brueckner (Wolfgang) The invasion of the Holy Blood in Walldürn. Scientific and sociological studies on the structural change of barock walls. In: Archives de sociology des religions, n°7, 1959. p. 166.
Burn a Country's Past and You Torch Its Future
<![CDATA[National libraries and museums provide the material from which national identities are built. There are other sources, too -- myths, ceremonies and the other forms of culture studied by anthropologists. But complex societies have been through so much that their history requires constant rea...
Russian (Second Edition) Book - On Skinheads - «Cleaners of the Moscow streets» by V. Shnirelman
V. A. Schnirelman “The readers of Moscow streets”: skinheads, media and public opinion. Second ed. corrected and supplemented. M.: Academia, 2010. 164 C. Contents Introduction Chapter 1. How did this start in Chapter 2. Political support for Chapter 3. The cult of violence and its creators Chapter 4...
Fermi problems as tasks to introducemodelling: what we know and what else weshould know
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Baby Loup case: continuation and end? Baby Loup case: continuation and end?: Court of Cassation, Plenary Assembly, 25 June 2014, Appeal number 13-28.369
One cemetery, One Community, One Place : The case of Liege
peer reviewed The article is the result of the study of 160 years of cemetery history in an urban region which houses today 510.000 peoples. It demonstrates the strong links between urban and rural communities and their cemeteries. In order to do this, four points in cemetery history, chosen for the...
The Schlitzgruben associated with the rubled enclosures of Remicourt and Voroux-Goreux (Province of Liège, Belgium)
I. Fonds général Le Rubané de Moyenne Belgique, integrated into the recent Northwest Rubané, was identified at the end of the 19th century, but has been well documented only since the 1960s, when the first extensive excavations were carried out on the Rosmeer site (Roosens, 1961). They will be follo...
Two examples of enigmatic tanks with deposit associated with Chilly-Mazarin (Essonne). ‘La Butte-au-Berger IV’ (Phase 2)
1. Context of the findings In connection with the extension of the Butte-au-Berger Activity Zone to Chilly-Mazarin, a search campaign was carried out in 2009 covering an area of approximately 600 m². The study window belongs to the south-west slope of the Longboyau plateau, the substrate of which is...
“Accumulators” and “believers”: Women see men
RESUMO refraining from systematically opposing religious systems, the author proposes here to consider the references divided by medias of possesson worship and members of the Pentecostal churches, and in particular the representation of the relationship between men and women. In this regard, it is...
The Aposstolic College in the Roman wall painting: Saint-Lizier and the worship of the Holy in the north-east of the Pyrenees
From the iconographic programme which originally decorated (around 1078) the cathedral of Saint-Lizier, a Majestas Domini in the oven (resumed in the eighteenth century), eight apartments arranged in pairs, under each of the blind arcades of the Chamber and, lower, five scenes of the Christ Enfance:...
I remember the Republic
starting from my childhood memories in a gascon village of the 1950s, I look for the presence of the Republic in diffuse but effective signs due to their registration in daily life. Four actors — the Republic, the School, the Church and the local community — unite or oppose them. The Republic is pre...
The Immortal Zhou Fuhai 周福海 (?–ca. 1935), Hagiographic and Communal Construction in Chunyang Daoism
International audience At the beginning of the 20th century, the Daoist Zhou Fuhai 周福海 (?–ca. 1935), hermit, master of physiological alchemy and healer, re-establishedthe tradition of “Pure Yang” (Chunyang 純陽) in the Xiang River湘江 basin in eastern Hunan. This master from the Republican era is today...
Visualisations of Kult
“Visualisations of Kult” deals with the strategies of visual representation of cults and concreteises its visualisation from a historical and cultural science perspective. Kult is broadly defined and describes forms of collective worship and liberation, in religious, quasi-religious or trivial-profa...