Query : vêpres
- Bisaro, Xavier1
- Demonet, Marie-Luce1
- Francisco Bautista1
- Sampsonis, Florence1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences2
- Archaeology and Prehistory1
- Art and Art History1
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
- Musicology and Performing Arts1
- Political Science1
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Berardi Riccardo, secular feodality and ecclesiastical seigneuria in southern Italy to the Middle Age: Calabria des Normands à la War des Vêpres (1282)
Berardi Riccardo, secular feodality and ecclesiastical seigneuria in southern Italy to the Middle Age: the Calabria des Normands at the War of the Vêpres (1282) (Annick Peters Custot — University of Saint-Etienne). In progress since 2014/In preparation since 2014 No summary found/No abstract availab...
Between the king and the prince : the principality of Morea in the hands of Charles Ist and Charles II of Sicily (1267-1309)
Based on the thorought study of the Angevins registers of Naples, this doctoral thesis aims at analysing the caracteristics of the Angevin power established in the principality of Morea, from its transfer by prince William of Villehardouin to the king Charles Ist of Anjou in 1309, until the death of...
Exercises: identification of the books of the office
From the reproduction of one or more sheets of a manuscript, characterise it by choosing one of the three headings proposed in the list. (The replies are in note) Financial year 1: Douai, Bibl. mun., ms. 164, T. II, folio 26 ((Bréviaire: The large initial watermarked “puzzle” indicates the beginning...
Historia y circulación de noticias en primera mitad del siglo XIV: las casas reales de Aragón y Francia en la Crune de 1344
This work provides an analysis of the sections of Cret 1344 devoted to the kidneys of Aragon and France, and in particular those in which Pierre de la BOROS continues the narrative of his sources up to now of the writing of the work. The study makes it possible to compare some significant passages w...
The ‘possible past’: historical reconstruction in the narrative in the 16th century
ed. Y. Le Bozec, special issue Le Vrai and Vraisembable, The new historiography which appears in France at the Renaissance marks the move towards a more demanding writing of history, which rejects in its margins the tempting temptation of the fable. Admiration for a classic reactive rhetoric for a f...