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Death and cathedrals in Provence (12th-14th century)
Relations between death and the medieval church have been explored by European historians since the beginning of the 20th century. They are here analysed within the 22 dioceses of « Provence » during the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. Using a large and varied documentation, essentially produced by c...
Bias — Programme of the Seminar 2015-2016
The Mondays morning of the EFR French School in Rome — Room of ROMA Piazza Navona Seminar, 62 on Mondays, starting at 9: 30 Monday, 14 December 2015 Session 1: “Inanimate objects, so do you have a soul?” History and social sciences in the face of medieval and modern links Organisation: Marie Lezowsk...
Parution : Cristina Acidini et Elena Gurrieri, Florence through Renaissance Eyes, Florence, Leo S. Olschki, 2021
This book is the ideal companion to discover the ancient heart of Florence through the eyes of an exceptional witness: Marco di Bartolomeo Rustici (1392/93-1457), goldsmith and humanist, author of an extraordinary Codex that takes his name. In the Codex, Rustici describes and depicts religious and s...
The ‘De generatione et corruptione’ in the ‘golden century’ of medieval encyclopaedias
The encyclopaedias from 1210 to 1260 were the first works to use Aristote’s translations. In this period, knowledge of De generatione ranged from silence in Alexander Nequam and Thomas de Cantimpré to marginal use in Barthélemy l’English and highly controlled, and literal use in Arnold de Saxony, th...
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...
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...
For a story of the idea of tolerance from the 17th to the 17th century
The very heart of human rights is a fundamental right: freedom of conscience, the corollary of which is necessary tolerance. We will try to outline the progress of this ideal — from the 19th to the 17th century from Nicolas de Cues to Locke — not in an idealistic and abstract way, but by showing how...
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
From Auditing to Budgeting in Late Medieval Sicily: Institutions, Administrators, and Information Management
Philosophy and history of medieval Islam ideas
Vadet Jean-Claude. Philosophy and history of medieval Islam ideas. In: Practical school for higher education. Section 4, Historical and Philological Sciences. Booklet 2. Reports on the conferences of the years 1981-1982 and 1982-1983. 1985. pp. 69-70.
The evolution of the Berber narrative in the narrative sources of the medieval Maghreb (ixive century)
The origins of the Maghreb population have long been the subject of historical debate. Prehistorians accept the idea of a very old human presence, but historians, which largely reproduce ancient and medieval mythographs, show the attachment of this population to the old Middle East. While seeking be...
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...
Nouvelle acquisition : The image of the city in early Netherlandish painting (1400-1550)
DE ROCK JelleThe image of the city in early Netherlandish painting (1400-1550)Turnhout : Brepols, 2019, 356 p.Collection Studies in European Urban History ; 44ISBN 978-2-503-57982-5 HO 480 Résumé éditeur : Painted cityscapes have always captivated the viewers of medieval works of art. To this day sc...
The Lion’s Share of Laughter: A French Angle on the Dramaturgy of Pyramus and Thisbe
this article explores the relationship between the ‘tragedy’ of Pyram and Thisbé, burlesticised, by the Artisans in Le songe of a summer night and some French analogues, two of which are particularly interesting: a long youth poem by Antoine De Baif (1572-73) with Ovide’s story, and a short anonymou...
'Of his breast noble poets shall eat; of his blood shall men be drunk': nationalism, literature, and Arthurian 'things' in medieval and Early Modern Britain
My dissertation examines the intersection of medieval and Early Modern Arthurian literature, English and British nationalism, and new materialism – specifically thing theory and object-oriented ontology. Arthur was not a true historical figure, yet throughout much of British history his cultural and...
Heritage and commemorations in liberal Italy: genealogy of the 1911 regional exhibition in Rome
Based on a comparative approach, this article aims to analyse the architecture produced for the regional exhibition held in Rome in 1911 (as part of the commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Italy), in the light of the political pedagogy initiated by the government during t...
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...
Review overview 7/2013 #HistMonast
since December, a monthly review overview has been published on the Community blog ‘Ordens History’, which all interested parties are warmly invited to produce. For the following overview of reviews published online in July 2013, viewpoints, H-Soz-u-Kult, recensio.net, H-Net Reviews, Reviews in Hist...
Contribution to the study of Islamic Alexandria: medieval ceramics of Kom el-Dikka and Kom el-Nadoura
A Medieval Epigraphic Corpus and its Retro-Developments (CIFM-CBMA). The Exploratory Research of the COSME2 Consortium
International audience The digital “Burgundian Epigraphic Corpus” is the result of the collaboration between two teams, the CIFM (Corpus of Inscriptions of Medieval France) and the CBMA (Corpus of Medieval Burgundian Texts), as part of the Cosme2 (Consortium Sources Médiévales - linked to TGIR Huma-...
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...
The legacy of the ancient road in the Upper Middle Ages Gaule (Ve-19th century)
If Albert Grenier believes, ‘The Middle Ages is the gradual deceptency of roads’. In his view, there were only two stages of road construction: Roman emperors and Royal bridges and carriages, but he added that ‘Roman roads only ended in the 18th century’. In the face of these two contradictory state...