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La naissance de la ville chrétienne

La naissance de la ville chrétienne

Author: Brigitte Beaujard (Dir.)
Publisher: Presses universitaires François-Rabelais
ISBN: 2869065256
Pages: 173
Year: 2017-06-27
En hommage à Nancy Gauthier qui, pendant plus de dix ans, a été responsable de l'équipe de Topographie Chrétienne des Cités de la Gaule dont elle a édité les travaux, ce volume réunit une dizaine de contributions dont la plupart ont été présentées à l'Université François Rabelais de Tours, en octobre 1999, lors d'une journée consacrée à La naissance de la ville chrétienne. Dans un premier temps, sont envisagées les sources dont on dispose pour saisir ce que fut cette première ville chrétienne en Gaule. Puis, par la comparaison entre villes et campagnes d'une part, entre villes de Gaule et villes d'autres régions, entre villes réelles et villes imaginaires, l'originalité du modèle gaulois et de sa conservation est mise en valeur.
Le Numéraire antique

Le Numéraire antique

Author: CHAMEROY Jérémie
Publisher: Publication Univ Rouen Havre
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Pages: 334
Year: 2013-12-31
La fouille programmée aux abords nord et sud de la cathédrale de Rouen (1985-1993) a livré plus de 3 700 monnaies antiques. À ce jour, un ensemble monétaire du Bas-Empire aussi conséquent demeure tout à fait exceptionnel pour l’agglomération de la basse Seine, et se prête à plusieurs niveaux d’analyse. L’examen des monnaies dans leur contexte stratigraphique débouche sur une nouvelle chronologie du groupe épiscopal paléochrétien. Sur la base de séquences stratigraphiques bien définies, la composition caractéristique du petit numéraire circulant à Rouen de la fin du IIIe au début du IVe siècle, puis de la seconde moitié du IVe au début du Ve siècle, peut être éclairée. Enfin, l’attention portée à la représentation des ateliers au sein du numéraire du ive siècle permet de replacer la ville au cœur des échanges supra-régionaux, en soulignant son rôle d’interface entre la Gaule intérieure et la Bretagne insulaire.
30 ans d'archéologie médiévale en France

30 ans d'archéologie médiévale en France

Author: Jean Chapelot
Publisher: Publications du CRAHM
ISBN: 2902685726
Pages: 436
Year: 2010
Après une introduction à l'histoire de l'archéologie médiévale, cet ouvrage présente les thèmes de travail et de recherche des archéologues, l'état de la discipline et les perspectives d'avenir.--[Memento].
Revue archéologique de Narbonnaise

Revue archéologique de Narbonnaise

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Year: 2003

Francia Ostfildern

Francia Ostfildern

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Year: 2004

Bulletin d'archéologie et d'histoire dalmate

Bulletin d'archéologie et d'histoire dalmate

Author: Frane Bulić, Mihovil Abramić
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Year: 2003
Supplements accompany some volumes.
Präsenz und Verwendung der Heiligen Schrift im christlichen Frühmittelalter

Präsenz und Verwendung der Heiligen Schrift im christlichen Frühmittelalter

Author: Patrizia Carmassi
Publisher:
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Pages: 419
Year: 2008

Excavations at Sissi III

Excavations at Sissi III

Author: Jan Driessen, Quentin Letesson
Publisher: Presses univ. de Louvain
ISBN: 2875581066
Pages: 224
Year: 2013-03-31
Between 2007 and 2011, the Belgian School at Athens undertook excavations on the Kefali or Buff o hill, east of the village of Sissi, on the north coast of Crete, only a few kilometres east of Malia. The project has revealed the remains of a settlement and cemetery, used during diff erent phases of the Bronze Age (2500-1200 B.C.). This volume details the results of the 2011 campaign, the last in our first 5-year programme. The work in the different zones is described and reports on Late Minoan pottery, petrographic analysis, shells and ground stone tools are attached.
Minoan Realities

Minoan Realities

Author: Diamantis Panagiotopoulos
Publisher: Presses univ. de Louvain
ISBN: 2875881000
Pages: 181
Year: 2012

Kleidung und Repräsentation in Antike und Mittelalter

Kleidung und Repräsentation in Antike und Mittelalter

Author: Ansgar Köb, Peter Riedel
Publisher:
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Pages: 139
Year: 2005
>Kleider machen Leute - das galt in Antike und Mittelalter nicht anders als heute und so verwundert es nicht, dass Kleidung in sozialen Systemen schon immer repräsentative und machtpolitische Funktionen erfüllte. Adel und Klerus versuchten einander mit prachtvoller Kleidung, Schmuck und Insignien zu übertreffen, zugleich reglementierten Kleidungsvorschriften soziale Hierachien. Zum repräsentativen Prunk formierte sich jedoch auch eine Gegenbewegung: Nach biblischem Vorbild forderten die mittelalterlichen Mönche der Bettelorden möglichst schlichte Gewänder. Der Band Kleidung und Repräsentation in Antike und Mittelalter
THRAVSMA

THRAVSMA

Author: Kate Harrell
Publisher: Presses universitaires de Louvain
ISBN: 2875585401
Pages: 196
Year: 2017-08-17
How does intentionally inflicting damage to material objects mediate the human experience in the prehistoric eastern Mediterranean? For all of the diversity in cultural practice in the civilisations of the Greek mainland and Aegean islands, Crete, Cyprus and the eastern coast of Italy between 4000-750 BC, archaeologists consider the custom of ritually killing objects as a normative, if inconsistent practice. Yet as artefacts that are alike only in that they have been disarticulated, intentionally destroyed objects defy easy characterization. Such pieces frequently stand outside of clearly defined patterns. This volume is an initial step in addressing a gap in the scholarship by aiming to deconstruct and contextualize the practice of intentional fragmentation. The case studies in this volume present a diverse range of evidence, including pottery, lithics, metals, jewellery, figurines, buildings and human remains, in an exploration of the wide spectrum of meanings behind material destruction.
Southern Gaul and the Mediterranean

Southern Gaul and the Mediterranean

Author: Alex Mullen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110702059X
Pages: 455
Year: 2013-07-11
The interactions and multiple identities of indigenous and Mediterranean communities in Southern Gaul come to life through sociolinguistics and archaeology.
Ancient churches of Rome from the fourth to the seventh century

Ancient churches of Rome from the fourth to the seventh century

Author: Hugo Brandenburg
Publisher: Brepols Pub
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Pages: 336
Year: 2005
With its official recognition by the Roman state, the Christian community suddenly enjoyed the sympathy of the highest authorities, wide public attention and a great afflux, and with imperial support architectural masterpieces were erected, the Lateran Basilica, St. Peter's and San Paolo fuori le mura, whose dimensions and magnificence bore every comparison with pagan sanctuaries. The great rise in martyr worship furthermore prompted the construction of numerous memorial churches outside the city gates, which at the same time served as burial grounds for believers. Rome was transformed from capital of the Empire to capital of Christianity boasting the tombs of the two prime apostles Peter and Paul and numerous other witnesses of Christ. Alongside these monuments of papal and imperial representation, several tituli, parish churches, were founded along the main thoroughfares inside the city to create visible landmarks of Christianity and satisfy the pastoral needs of an ever-growing community. Focusing on these formative centuries of Christianity, from the reign of Constantine until the emergence of the Medieval world order in the Carolingian age, Hugo Brandenburg offers a broad panoramic view of Christian church architecture in Rome from its conception to the establishment of canonical church types. Throughout, the author treats the archaeological remains as speaking testimonies, articulating the intentions, motivations and self-perception of Rome's early Christian community. This lucid and detailed exposition of more than 50 early churches of Rome from the fourth to the seventh century, which draws together archaeological, documentary and literary sources, will appeal to the layman and the specialist alike. It contains an up-to-date bibliography on each subject and gives ample space to the discussion of recent developments in the field, whereby Hugo Brandenburg offers his own well-founded interpretations of the evidence and shows his immense expertise of early Christian architecture. The present work is lavishly illustrated with original plans and drawings and exclusive photographs especially taken for this volume, which allow an unusually detailed visual insight into the sacred architecture of early Christian Rome.
The Bishops, Kings, and Saints of York

The Bishops, Kings, and Saints of York

Author: Alcuin, Peter Godman
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0198222629
Pages: 201
Year: 1982

Digital Scholarly Editing

Digital Scholarly Editing

Author: Matthew James Driscoll, Elena Pierazzo
Publisher: Open Book Publishers
ISBN: 1783742410
Pages: 290
Year: 2016-08-15
This volume presents the state of the art in digital scholarly editing. Drawing together the work of established and emerging researchers, it gives pause at a crucial moment in the history of technology in order to offer a sustained reflection on the practices involved in producing, editing and reading digital scholarly editions—and the theories that underpin them. The unrelenting progress of computer technology has changed the nature of textual scholarship at the most fundamental level: the way editors and scholars work, the tools they use to do such work and the research questions they attempt to answer have all been affected. Each of the essays in Digital Scholarly Editing approaches these changes with a different methodological consideration in mind. Together, they make a compelling case for re-evaluating the foundation of the discipline—one that tests its assertions against manuscripts and printed works from across literary history, and the globe. The sheer breadth of Digital Scholarly Editing, along with its successful integration of theory and practice, help redefine a rapidly-changing field, as its firm grounding and future-looking ambit ensure the work will be an indispensable starting point for further scholarship. This collection is essential reading for editors, scholars, students and readers who are invested in the future of textual scholarship and the digital humanities.