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- Bully, Aurélia1
- Desreumaux, Alain1
- Ganz, D.1
- Gilliot, Claude1
- Gwara, Scott1
- Lamonde, Céline1
- Lebigue, Jean-Baptiste1
- Legendre, Olivier1
- Palazzo, Eric1
- Pellegrin, Elisabeth1
- Urfels-Capot, Anne-Élisabeth1
- Archaeology and Prehistory1
- Classical Studies1
- Communication Sciences1
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
- Musicology and Performing Arts1
New fragments from Fleury’s hagiographic reader. Paris, Bibl. nat. Lat. 12606
Pellegrin Elisabeth. New fragments from Fleury’s hagiographic reader. Paris, Bibl. nat. Lat. 12606. In: Scriptorium, Volume 39 No. 2, 1985. pp. 269-274.
The illustration of evangelar in the Upper Middle Ages
Among the history of medieval enluminure, the illustration of liturgical books has always attracted real interest. We owe German knowledge the best published studies in this field. In France, the old catalogues of V. Leroquais are a wealth of information for art historians, and their introductions r...
The Coran, a literary production of late antiquity or Mahomet interprets in the ‘Arabic reader’ of La Mecque
It is dealt with here with Mahomet’s exegetic activity in certain passages or in part of the reader’s vocabulary (Syriac: qeryână) mecquois (the ‘Coran’ mecquois). Mahomet sometimes appears to interpret passages or logia of earlier records which were not in Arabic. This interpretation is to be under...
A new cantillation for the proclamation of 25 evangiles of the liturgical year
An impulse of artistic creation combined with an impulse of religious life in search of radiation, and the need for awareness of close links between music and theology are at the root of this approach. Practical theology, in its interdisciplinary approach, has been the framework for this research an...
A Nestorian reader of the evangiles according to the Mosul ordo, written in June 1706
A nestorian manuscript written in 1716 for the Mar Giwargīs church in B-Laheh west of Ourmia, served in Baznaya, East Turkey, and is now in the Paris region. It contains evangelical readings of Hudra and gazza according to the calendar of Mar-Gabriel-et-Mar-Abraham de Mosul, a constant reference to...
The sanctoral of the reader of the office
Urfels-Capot Anne-Elisabeth. The sanctoral of the Office’s reader. In: The origins of the Dominican liturgia: the manuscript Santa Sabina XIV L I. Aubervilliers: Institute for Research and History of Texts (IRHT), 2004 pp. 319-353. (Documents, studies and directories of the Institute for Research an...
Liturgic manuscripts, IRT Thematic Cycle 2003-2004
Peddling Wonderment, Selling Privilege: Launching the Market for Medieval Books in Antebellum New York
Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts were collected in North America from about 1820. Four key sources of them can be identified: 1. Ancestral ownership of books brought by early settlers; 2. Acquisitions by missionaries and scholars; 3. Mementos acquired by elites on European Grand Tours; 4. Purcha...
The “Luxeuil” reader
From Colomban to Luxeuil, from Lux- to Europe, inheritance manuscripts, VIIe-7th centuries: [exhibition, Luxeuil-les-Bains, Museum of the Tour des Echevins, 10 September-30 October 2015], Exhibition Catalogue, Association les Amis de Saint Colomban, pp. 48-49