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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...
Je déchirai mes vêtements devant tout le monde, Car, en raison de ma qualité d’interprète, J’allais être décapité le premier.Lembrança de algumas cousas que se passaram quando Antonio de Brito e Diogo Pereira foram a Bengala e assi de Bengala.AN/TT, Col. São Vicente, XI, f° 47-88 ; n° 64. L’Estado d...
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...
The seals of the Archbishoc of Reims of origins at the end of the eighteenth century
1984, Section for Medieval History and Philology, Volume 1
History of a summer ‘various facts’: the assassination of Étienne Marcel in 1358
On 31 July 1358, Étienne Marcel, the Present des Merchants ((Since the mid-eighteenth century, the prepository of merchants has de facto been the representative of the Paris bourgeoisie to the Royal Government), has been murdered in the middle of Paris. Let us return to the scene and circumstances o...
Overview of Anémone wreck project 2015-2019 (Les Saintes Guadeloupe French West Indies)
History of L’Ile-de-France and Paris, under Mr Mollat
Fourquin Guy. History of L’Ile-de-France and Paris, under Mr Mollat. In: Medieval civilisation books, year 16 (No 64), October — December 1973. pp. 334-336.
Part III: Religion, mentalities: The year in Montmajour: Archinric, scrib and abbé Histoire de la Provence and Medieval Civilisation. Studies dedicated to the memory of Edouard Baratier
ProvenceHistorico-1973-23-093-094_20 Historical Provence Review Marseille
Property, income and charges of the Royal Court in the Viguerie de Nice in 1388 History of Provence and Medieval Civilisation. Studies dedicated to the memory of Edouard Baratier
ProvenceHistorico-1973-23-093-094_13 Historical Provence Review Marseille
Abdelhafid Hammouche, Hélène Le Bail and Chikako Mori, ‘Japan, immigration country?’, Hommes and Migration Review, No 1302, April-May-June 2013
Is Japan a country of immigration? If we start to admit, for the last twenty years now, that Japan is not so homogeneous, or rather that its homogeneity is a myth built in the post-war years, most importantly Japanese diversity is seen as a result of its ancient history, perhaps prehistoric (Jarmon...
Empire figures, fragments of memory
The Emperor’s figure and its methods of remembrance were particularly studied, the provinces of the Greek part of the empire and the diversity of political, social, economic and religious approaches to the control of a capital city-state of empire, and Roman law, from the stages of its codification...
Thomas Deswarte, A Roman Christianity without Pope: Spain and Rome (586-1085)
Thomas Deswarte, lecturer in medieval history at the University of Poitiers, is a specialist in the Iberian Peninsula and the history of the Christian royal in the context of the fight against Muslims. He writes with a Roman Chrétié without Pope: Spain and Rome (586-1085), a detailed and in-depth st...
For a review of the Middle Ages “male” of Georges Duby (United States)
Georges Duby’s conceptions have had a profound impact on how mediators in America view the Middle Ages. Its legacy is arguably the greatest in terms of the study of women in this period. Duby defined female experience as marked by repression and lack of power. In fact, he defined the medieval period...
The Strabon of King René: political biography of the book
based on an approach to either cultural history or intellectual history, research on cultural policy is carried out conventionally to try to discover what a certain cultural product says, the message it conveys and to whom; however, in this test, the question asked relates rather to what a cultural...
“Eucharisty, the keystone of the sacramentel organism at the Thomas of Aquin saint”
Theology History Test on the relationship between Church sacramentality and sacramentel body in Thomas’s theology of Aquin.
Contribution to the study of the elite's habitat in rural areas in medieval Morocco: some reflections based on the Qasba of Îgîlîz, cradle of the Almohad movement
International audience The objective of the paper is to provide some preliminary thoughts on the archaeological approach to the housing of rural elites in medieval Morocco. The excavations of Îgîlîz (province of Taroudant, Morocco) is currently providing crucial information about the cultural and ma...
Deliberative practices in medieval city Hommage to Jean-Paul Boyer (Villageoise Societies and Communities)
Periodic Revue Provence Historical Marseille
Report on the work of COHN (S. Jr), FANTONI (M.) (studies gathered by), Late Medieval and Early Modern Ritual. Studies in Italian Urban Culture, Turnhout, Brepols, 2013, ISBN 978-2-503-54190-7
Annales. History, Social Sciences, Vol. 69, No. 3
Rediscovering Poitiers’ Cathedral
National audience at the time when the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre de Poitiers is undergoing restoration commissioned by the Regional Conservation of Historical Monuments (DRAC), it is at the heart of a major book led by Claude Andrault-Schmitt, professor of medieval art history at the University of P...
Medieval glasses (18-14th century) with drops reported
Preface Hommage to Jean-Paul Boyer
Periodic Revue Provence Historical Marseille
The power of words in the Middle Ages
The idea of the power or effectiveness of words emerges from the reading of very different sources in the Middle Ages, be it doctrinal texts or practical works. This book is intended to be the broadest possible confrontation on this topic from an intellectual and anthropological perspective. Indeed,...
The St Julien d’Ath Church before 1817: test for the reconstruction of a missing building
The condition of the Church Saint Julien before the fire in 1817 is highly ignored, although the gothic parts of the building are regularly described, written, mentioned or even analysed in the summaries of medieval architecture in Belgium or Hainaut. In order to be able to make comparisons and put...
Seminar: Mr Eychenne, “City and campaign at the time of mamelouke (...)”, 23/03/2021, online
In the framework of the Medieval Islam History and Archaeology Seminar, common to the Paris 1 Universities, Sorbonne University and the medieval Islam team of the UMR 8167 East and Mediterranean: Mathieu Eychenne, will present an aspect of his research on rural areas in medieval Syria through a comm...
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