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The All Saints Abbey of Angers of Origin at 1330. Historical and Cartular Study
Stuip (R.E.V.) Vellekoop (C.) Ex Other structures, other saints. The changing image of holy in the Middle Ages
Frijhoff Willem. Stuip (R.E.V.) Vellekoop (C.) Ex Other structures, other saints. The changing picture of holy in the Middle Ages. In: Archives de sciences sociales des religions, nr.59/2, 1985. p. 305.
Colloquium “Contraception and Gender”, Paris, 18-19 dec
on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the legalisation of contraception in France, the Junior Laboratory “Contraception and Genre” is organising a colloquium "Gender and contraception: what developments "on 18 and 19 December in Sciences Po (28 rue des Saints-Pères and 56 rue Jacob) Invited...
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...
MFF — “The idea of the perfect daughter”. Jesuces as promoters of the saintness of women from the origins of Christianity today
This colloquium is organised by the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (Paris) and the Centre for Research in the History of Law and Institutions (University of Saint-Louis — Brussels). It will take place on 4 February and 4 March 2022. The hagiographic literature, often under tension wit...
English saints and the marine environment. The contribution of a few hagiographic texts to knowledge of the coastal environment in England at the beginning of the Middle Ages
This will not be so much an answer — which, necessarily nuanced, would have nothing original — to the question of the historical reliability of hagiographic stories, but to present a small sample of extracts from Anglo-saxon worms; stress, after rapid stripping, what their originality owes to the ex...
Miracle and miracles
It is well known how Italy has in the past claimed to be the home of the saints, in addition to the heroes and browsers, and how dictators and regimes were placed under the symbol of miraculous, either in the sense of a special, so to say official, relationship with God (‘the man of the Providence’)...
The ancient port of Saintes/Mediolanum (Charune Maritime)
Saintes/Mediolanum (Char-Maritime) has all the urban characteristics of the large gallo-Roman cities, including remarkable and well-preserved monuments. The importance of this agglomeration is linked to its location on the road linking Lyon, the capital of the Three Gaules, to the Atlantic Ocean and...
30 May 1431: The death of Jeanne d’Arc
Jeanne d’Arc on the Bucher in Rouen — Dessin of Dascher (1935) Jeanne d’Arc, born around 1412 in Domrémy, is a heroin of the history of France, the head of war and the Holy of the Catholic Church, known since then as ‘the Pucelle d’Orléans’. At the beginning of the 15th century, she claims to have r...
Prodiges from Sardinia and Touaregs poets
Today I had the pleasure of attending part of the Study Day “The inspiration to the prism of the lives of poets” during which Maria Manca and Amalia Dragani focused their presentations on the life of the poets, what led them to become, and what inspired them. At the beginning of the afternoon, Maria...
When a village shows itself: the arrival of Saint-Martin and Saint-Pierre at the Plan de la Tour under Restauration
National audience Particularity of the Parish of the Plan de la Tour: she has two patron saints.
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:...
Theophile legend in the medieval western (16th century): textual and iconographic analysis
Theophile legend is complex and occupies a privileged position in the medieval West. It is represented in several manuscripts and on numerous windows. She is also sculpted on the walls of a few churches and has a vast textual tradition at an early stage. The aim of this study is to analyse this topi...
Musical repertoires in Central Europe (1420-1450)
With famous music manuscripts such as the St Emmeram codex or the Trent codices and the rise of a musical elite with singer-composers around Dufay and Binchois, the years around 1430 belong to a crucial period in late-medieval music history. The present volume comprises 13 case studies on polyphonic...
Auguste All Saints. — History of the Indian Ocean
the judge of Segrais René. Auguste All Saints. — History of the Indian Ocean. In: French Overseas History Review, Volume 47, No 167, Q1960, pp. 293-296.
The saints of the state? Politics and wisdom at the time of Trento concile
When Mary MacKillop was canonised in October 2010, Sydney’s press welcomed the first Holy: Australia lacked a saint to be a true nation. This very recent example, in a country where Catholicism is not the majority, shows the astonishing strength and persistence of the relationship between politics a...
Jeanne d’Arc’s voices from history to legend
The question of voices was fundamental during the Jeanne d’Arc trial in 1431. The judges and qualified assessors repeatedly questioned him on the issue and this was one of the causes of his conviction. Jeanne, however, provided a lot of detail about the materiality of her voices, which she identifie...
On traces of saints in mosan countries
Images sculpted at the cathedral threshold: The portals of Rouen, Lyon and Avignon (Citizen’s centuries)
While the recent restoration of the portals of the Rouen Cathedral invites us to rediscover an outstanding sculpture, this study proposes a renewed approach and comprehension keys to facilitate their “decryption”. Why does the library portal cover, at the end of the eighteenth century, almost 200 ba...
Religious experiences and routes of perfection in the medieval West. Studies offered to André Vauchez by his students
In tribute to their master whose scientific work has profoundly renewed the history of Western Christianity in the Middle Ages, students from André Vauchez, a member of the Academy, wanted to offer him the 24 studies gathered in this volume. Rooted in the main thrust of the discussion which he conve...
“From the sources of fiction. Merveilleux hagiography and spiritual thought of literature in the 20th century (Joseph Delteil, Blaise Cendrars, Sylvie Germain, Pierre Michon)”
The unexpected attraction of non-confessional authors to the lives of saints in a decristianised century is largely due to their fascination for the wonderful legends. What does it mean if he does not put forward a religious explanation of the world? The relativisation of the link between transcenda...
The Church Saints-Cyr-et-Julitte of Castelnau-Rivière-Basse
The Saint and the Friar (A Mural of St. Christopher pt. 1)
I always find it nice to stumble upon medieval wall paintings on the facades of old houses when strolling through a historic city centre. In most cases, of course, such façade paintings are far from spectacular and consist of “standard” representations of popular saints, most often the Virgin Mary.....
For a cross-cutting approach to banal knowledge in ACADIE: the Toueille, the Holy Anne and the Sorcian
The consultation of ethnotext makes it possible to carry out a renewed story of Holy Anne in ACADIE, a story at the bottom that replaces theory, life, and norm, everyday reality. In ACADIE, some members of the clerico-nationalist elite were going to choose Marie de l’Assomption for the whole of the...
Gonzalo de Berceo – Sacrement et Apocalypse
The Altar, The Temple, The Blood, The Lamb: the eschatological perspectives of the euscharitic sacrament deploy the ardent stamps of Joan’s Apocalypsis. Gonzalo de Berceo creates two poems more spiritual than doctrinal, that are not as famous as his hagiographys or his marian work. Nevertheless, in...