Papers are in French and English. Those words no doubt reflect the paramount importance given to their tombs by the people of antiquity. Over the last few decades, colossal tombs of the Roman period have sparked renewed interest, fuelled by outstanding discoveries, in the Gaulish provinces in particular. This book aims to provide a synthetic outlook on those tombs while focusing on a hitherto disregarded aspect of the problem: the relationship of the sepulchers to their environment in rural areas.
The book is the result of an international endeavour; as such, it provides regional overviews as well as information about a number of recently excavated and as yet unpublished edifices. This book presents an interdisciplinary reflexion about the notion of border in Antiquity. The studies within this volume span the whole Mediterranean world, from the Pillars of Hercules to the banks of the Indus. They show how problematic the notion of border was even in ancient times: this concept articulates different logical schemes, and covers a wide range of issues, from political delimitation of territory, to religious demarcation of the sacred space.
The notion will not only be understood in its concrete meaning, but its abstract or metaphorical implications will also be taken into account.
Furthermore, this volume includes studies focusing on the question of border observance or trespassing; some other papers question the function of boundaries in shaping social, cultural and linguistic identities. Though the dedicatory carmina on buildings, statues or landscapes are fewer than the funereal poems, this kind of poetry was very popular in Roman Africa, mostly during Late Antiquity. Thanks to the variety of items, of dedicators sometimes one with the author , of issues and of purpose, but also of the transition between metric to rhythmic poetry, they are full of interesting informations about the cultural history of Africa.
Here will be found a translation, critical apparatus, and commentary of 45 carmina ranging from the second half of the 2nd century to the 6th p. This collection brings together a series of papers combining institutional and economic history of the Roman East, from the end of the Hellenistic period to Late Antiquity and beyond. By studying the relationship between landownership and the workings of cities, using different kinds of evidence, mainly epigraphical and papyrological documents, they focus on changes in those fields and on the links, often overlooked, they intertwined during the Roman period.
The economic, fiscal and legal regime of the Roman Empire had a local impact on the relationship between cities and landowners located on their territories. From these essays emerges a crucial idea: from the point of view of the imperial rule itself, inequality of land distribution between landowners on civic territories was necessary to civic life so that elite members might take charge of the expenditure of magistracies and liturgies. In the meantime, it gradually altered the social and political equilibrium of the cities and significantly contributed to their historical evolution. Among them 46 have left traces of their life outside their city literary sources, inscriptions.
We can identify them from the indication of their origin. This volume comprises the prosopographical corpus Livre II of all these persons and all the sources being recorded on them. It shows the dynamism of the Vocontii senators, equestrians, native nobiles, soldiers and simple individuals ; among them, some — in particular the famous Burrus, so dear to Racine — played a part in the Roman social life from the late Republican era and during all the Principate. Entre mots et marbre. But, even if they have been lucid witnesses of their time, Vergil, Horace, Ovid, Livy, and the other writers played also a crucial part in the renewing of artistic forms and in the drawing up of a new political imagery.
How did the Greeks and the Romans look upon the birds of prey? What is a raptor, and does such a category even exist in the Ancient world? This book deals not only with the problem of zoological classes, but also with the cultural image of each raptor — how these birds were considered, what feelings they could instill in people, what symbolism they conveyed.
The aim is to compare the Greek and the Roman representations of raptors, underline similarities or, on the contrary, the differences between them, and see what permanent features or what changes there could have been in a long chronological perspective. Although one of the most remarkable outcomes of the conquest of Gaul was the transition from Gallic to Roman coinage, no detailed study has yet been devoted to this topic.
Based on more than a hundred maps and graphs, drawing extensively not only on numismatic data, but also on archaeological, literary and epigraphic sources, this book offers a joint analysis of the monetisation and Romanisation of Northern and Eastern Gaul. Set in its economic, political and social context, coinage guides us through the processes that led to the integration of the Three Gauls in the Roman world: from the emergence of a monetary economy with the first indigenous coins in the 3rd c.
The book is written in French, with an extensive summary in English. Ob singularem modestiam. From the 19th Century onwards, the advent of the Darwinian revolution and Positivist thinking made ancient theories about the cycles of nature and history obsolete and contrary to modern conceptions of the linear evolution of science and human societies.
The current volume, the product of two Conferences held in Le Mans in and , aims to examine the scientific, philosophical, literary and iconographic works of Antiquity which utilize the concept of cycles, within the framework of a new critical and multi-disciplinary approach.
Athenian Imperialism is questioned here from a new perspective, inspired by subaltern studies. Central to this book is the way the Islanders lived under Athenian domination: how they understood and perceived it and, ultimately, how they reacted to it. This study helps change our understanding of Athenian power, which until now has only ever been understood in terms of its coercive ways.
Switching the focus is to restore an active role to the subalterns: with no means of resisting the intrusive Athenian hegemony, the Islanders accepted it and enjoyed the benefits of the pax Atheniensis.
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In the minds of Athenians and islanders alike, the islands come to be known as the Cyclades. Autour de Pline le Jeune. The present volume, in tribute to Nicole Methy, brings together 20 contributions, including 4 which were composed by Nicole Methy herself one of these contributions is inedite, the other three are hard to find by now. While it contributes to a better understanding of the second century p.
C, including Antonine ideology and literary culture of the time, the book focuses on Pliny the Younger. To this extent, it takes into account all the sources, i. In this regard, the Epistles and the Panegyricus of Trajan are explored through several approaches: analysis of themes health, suffering, mourning, women… , but also close reading. The portrait of various characters Varro, Nero is also discussed and finally is proposed a study which deals with the reception.
The present volume assembles studies on the evolution of the status groups defining the agricultural workforce in the Near East, the Greek world and the Western Mediterranean between the viiith and vth c. Personal statuses are considered not as external determinations of economic behaviour but as signs and instruments of the transformations which during the Archaic period affect the organization and control of the workforce and the access to land and its resources.
The generalization, if not creation, of status groups of Helotic or Penestic type and chattel slavery, the expansion of slavery for debt and of money in the form of weighed metal are essential events in the process of formation of Greek city-states. These are not isolated; this volume gives their due place to Near Eastern and Mediterranean societies where analogous developments appear. It shows that the essential changes in the Greek world are echoing other, which follow their own periodization but nevertheless reveal not only connectedness but also analogous structural evolutions and a shared history.
The Passio sanctae Salsae, a young Christian girl martyrised in Tipasa for having beheaded a statue of the god Draco, has been forgotten for a long time. This volume includes a new critical edition of the text with an annotated translation and a series of articles studying the archaeological remains of the cult of Salsa in Tipasa and all the literary aspects of the work by comparing it particularly to the contemporary Passions of Marciana and Fabius, that have often been attributed to the same author.
Mais le dialogue est aussi une mod This volume aims to explore the diversity of forms and practices of the ancient dialogue as a genre. As a literary work in its own right, a prose drama, the dialogue was first invented in the Socratic circles of 4th century Athens.
The practice was not really theorized before the Hellenistic rhetoricians, but the genre displays a consistent diachrony despite some moments of eclipses. Maurice Sartre. Facing the time and space opening to him, the Historian specializing in Greek and Roman Ancient Times is compelled to make choices. Those are oriented through readings, journeys, meetings, the magic of some words, coincidental discoveries or propositions.
Maurice Sartre, thus, focused on the Greeks rather than the Romans, the East rather than the West, the surroundings of the Hellenistic world rather than its Aegean and Balkan center. This also led to chronological choices, the world originating from the Conquest of Alexander the Great until it tumbled from Christianity to Islam. Another choice again prevailed: that of epigraphy as a favorite means to write History and find new issues.
The articles of Maurice Sartre which are here collected illustrate the variety of approaches, of locations and periods. Syrian epigraphy has a prevailing position but the necessity of teaching and the taste for synthesis that he develops often lead to broaden the discussion, to leave the Syrian framework behind so as to open to other Eastern Mediterranean territories, to give new thoughts about the great political, social, economic or cultural issues of the Greek and Hellenized societies. De l'or pour les braves!
Le premier concerne le traitement du corps des ennem In recent years the human body has formed a major theme in historical research, and has been the subject of numerous scholarly publications. One essential aspect of such study is, the body as the object of violence and its role in war : in this book, eleven scholars explore this theme in connection with the civilisations of the East, of Greece, Rome and the Celtic World.
Using evidence from literature, iconography and archeology, our authors explore the reasons behind — and the rationale offered for — acts of violence perpetrated against the human body. There are three main themes : the treatment of the bodies of dead enemies or living prisoners ; mutilation specific to eminent persons, namely decapitation and the cutting off of the right hand ; and violence against whole groups in war. La statio. This volume, the result of a collaboration between specialists from different areas archaeology, history, papyrology, philology, epigraphy , attempts to define and present, from a focal point fixed on the concept of the statio and its physical composition, the functional spaces within which took place contacts between representatives of authority and local populations throughout the Roman Empire.
How much do we know about the context and the installation of networks of stationes in the provinces of the Empire, about their organisation and the contacts between the authorities and local inhabitants? To what extent are these military and customs out-posts comparable to the mansiones and mutationes set up throughout the road system? This study, the first attempt to offer a comprehensive study of these matters and taking into account very recent archaeological discoveries, invites readers to investigate numerous aspects of the organisation and administration of the Roman State.
Lire la Ville. Literary works often provide information about urban topographies and their monuments and their histories. This characteristic of texts has led to the application of many different approaches. The aim in doing so was to draw on the potential offered by concepts such as landscapes of memory and to investigate the relationship between physical realities and textual fictionality. Two main strategies came to the fore: the first sought mainly to combine rhetoric, history and topographical realities of the Roman Republic; the second attempted to focus on memories of origins and the creation of imagined places, with a special focus on the poetry of the early Empire.
La question The present study aims at providing more than a straight forward summary regarding the ancient Cyclades. Its main purpose is to deal with geopolitical, economic, diplomatic, as well as cultural aspects of the interaction between the Archipelago and the different powers that dominated the Aegean area for a thousand years. For that reason, a total of twenty papers were included in this volume, based on both a historical and an archaeological approach. The authors of these studies have attempted to reconstruct the history of the ancient Cycladic societies under the Naxian, Parian, Samian, Athenian, Lagide, Rhodian, and finally Roman hegemonies.
In particular, beyond examining the popular concept of domination, the present volume also intends to assess the history of the Archipelago from the 7th c. BC to the 3rd c. AD: under the conditions imposed by exogenous dominations, these islands witnessed the progressive birth of a new identity —the Cycladic one. Or, les monnaies nous parlent de tout cela. Neronia IX. La villeggiatura viene considerata nelle sue dimensioni socioeconomiche, culturali e intellettuali, etiche e politiche, non solo in Italia, ma anche nelle province.
Les affaires de Monsieur Andreau. This collection brings together a series of papers in social and economic history of the Roman world to honour Jean Andreau who is now one of the best scholars in the field. Jean Andreau is first and foremost the specialist of banking and professional bankers in the Roman world but, more broadly, he investigated, in his research and his teaching, a vast amount of topics in Roman economy.
The present contributions are all linked, in one way or another, to some aspects of his works and the volume combines case studies and more general approaches, including analyses of individual documents, as well as historiographic reflections on various aspects of social and economic history of the Roman world: agrarian economy, trade and markets, money and social statuses.
It gives a general overview of current researches in Roman economy. We mistakenly use to see Isocrates as a bookworm, a man reluctant to speak in public, but he actually deserves a new insight as far as he was asserting his political thought with strength and a good sense of touch. Isocrates reported those facts along all his discourses and letters, and he organized them according to the continuous matter of the Athenian hegemony. Isocrates thought that the hegemony of his own city and the superiority in Greece in front of claims of Thebes or Sparta, were legitimate.
In his works, it is no longer question of military or political domination, but of a cultural one. Rientrano nel semi-pubblico gli spostamenti commerciali, dai traffici locali al grande commercio internazionale.
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Other papers touch on women in the province of Mauretania and several historical questions the sources for the history of Alexander, the urbanisation of Cyprus in the Hellenistic period. After these studies by friends and colleagues of Claude Vial, the editors have chosen to republish four articles by the honoranda, offering a synthesis on several points of the history of the Greek world, which the author has revised for this occasion. While the fight against poverty is a renewed concern in our contemporary society since the beginning of the XXIst century, this collective work aims to explore different aspects of poverty in Ancient Greece.
The approach does not emphasize the response of cities and citizens to poverty and does not focus on the issue of the assistantship or charity unlike what has often been done so far. It rather questions thanks to the contributions of the recent sociology, the existence of poor pratice, likely to define a social group. The question of visibility and issues of poverty is at the heart of many papers, especially with the iconographic representations of poverty.
Without claiming to be exhaustive, this volume aims to lay the groundwork for a more general study of poverty in Antiquity that will not only reduces the phenomenon to a history of social conflicts, or consideration of economic disparities but applies to focus on the poor themselves. POD - Les Scipions. Originated from the vast Cornelia gens, the lineage of the Scipios asserted itself between the fourth and the third century B. The social ideal of Roman nobility was essentially defined by participating in governance and politics.
The Scipios offer an accomplished example of it, pointing out the importance of family structure in Roman public life. The early and constant implication of the Scipios in the extension of Roman power contributed significantly to strengthen the family identity and to enhance the social and political influence of the family members. However, during the second century, cohesion lineage slowly crumbled away, and rivalries and dissensions eventually outweighed the familial solidarity that had previously prevailed, precipitating then the social and political decline of the Scipionic House.
A long historiographical tradition has contributed to fix the public and private spheres in the Roman world as essentially heterogeneous spaces and, as such, impervious to each other, governed by rules and behaviors thought as conflictual. Thereby, reflection reaches beyond the simple disciplinary framework to feed a global analysis contexts.
Such an approach generates extensive and innovative studies on urban and social dynamics in the Roman city. Aux origines de la monnaie fiduciaire. Ancient Bronze coinage already was fiduciary money. Its beginnings seem to be partly explained by cultural transfers from non-Greek people and are related to commercial exchanges and needs mainly caused by wars. They suppose that an evolution of the conception of coinage, so far in precious metal only, previously occurred.
Besides, cities renowned for their ability to fashion bronze are among the first to mint bronze coinage, what suggests considering this artifact also as a product of metallurgy, notably by analyzing its composition. L'aigle et le cep. They still resonate today echoing the hundreds of texts, images and archaeological remains, which depict the daily turmoil and the lives of fellow brothers in arms who enrolled in the Severan legions between AD and AD These accounts are the sources used to investigate thoroughly the military and political facets of centurionate in addition to continuing the traditional historiographical approach to the Roman army via sociological and cultural historical methods using anthropological analysis.
The present research considers the versatility of centurions, their diverse career paths, their behaviours, the breadth of their experiences and the differing representations associated to Severan legionary centurions at the onset of the 3rd century crisis. All these aspects demand an investigation into the reality and the boundaries concerning the identity of a military group who was as proud to serve the Eagle, standard of the legion, as to carry the Vine-Staff, symbol of their rank. Die Untersuchung erhellt nach und nach die Vielseitigkeit des Berufs und der Praktiken, die unterschiedlichen Lebenswege und Verhaltensweisen sowie die Bandbreite der Darstellungen von Legionszenturios der Severerzeit am Vorabend der Probleme des 3.
What did Antiquity become after Antiquity? This book examines the countless ways in which, from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century, Antiquity has been received, understood, integrated or rejected in a city whose Roman monuments are among the richest and most visible of France. Because our relationship to ancient civilizations is not fixed: it responds to changes in knowledge and the ebb and flow of social, political, and cultural concerns.
Our approach is multidisciplinary and brings together art and cultural history, iconography, and archeology. It also offers a close look, and an analysis, of our relationship to a past at once so distant and so near. Ruling a city endangered by invasion, victorious of the best spartan soldiers at Pylos in B. In this work, ideological or moral bias, often conveyed by ancient sources, has been left aside and the specific context of Athens which was involved in a terrible war to protect its imperial and democratic integrity at the end of the fifth century B.
The most famous poets of Ancient Greece have been honored and worshipped throughout Antiquity. Our study of this cultural phenomenon relies on a new corpus of documents about Homer, Hesiod, Archilochus, Pindar, Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides. The traditional narratives about the poets draw a portrait of extraordinary men, who die in a violent or marvellous way, and deserve the attention of the community. The graves were the most important places to commemorate the dead poets, but various kinds of cults are also known, different from a poet to another, or from a period to another. Our study is an attempt to make clear the various attitudes of the ancient Greeks to their poets, but also to explain them, taking mostly into account the commentaries of the ancient authors.
It appears that the place given to their works in the society, as a basement for culture and education, but also a certain type of patriotism, have deeply influenced the treatment of the ancient poets. Le volume inclut enfin une bibliographie des travaux du Professeur Lucienne Deschamps. This volume includes a bibliography of the works of Prof. Lucienne Deschamps. North Africa and antique Egypt draw very different cultural areas, where contacts have built pieces of a common history. It controls henceforth, in the first century AD, all the southern shores of the Mediterranean sea.
The political and administrative unification of Africa and Egypt, under surveillance of the Roman authority, creates new conditions of exchanges. These exchanges concern not only persons and goods, but also ideas. This book is the product of a two-day conference held at Bordeaux.
Its aim is to propose a first overall assessment of the question. After a first contribution devoted especially to historiography, the book consists of three parts: a first one analyzes various aspects of the link between Caesar and Augustus; a second one offers regional studies; a third one is dedicated to the main literary sources. Trois temps forts apparaissent. At the end of the Roman Republic the hostis-declaration was a legal procedure that was used during civil wars and in case of plots.
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It consisted in making political opponents look like outside enemies of Rom, i. This measure was invented by Sylla in 88 BC and regularly introduced during the last century of the Republic between 88 and 40 BC. We can distinguish three main periods. The first range of declarations had a direct link with the first civil war and its aftermath.
Then, the declaration was used by Cicero against Catilina and his right-hand men in 63 BC. Eventually, with Caesar and up to the war of Perugia it became commonplace in political business. This study is about how the scheme was implemented. It highlights the motives the politicians took into account when they chose this kind of action. Our analysis focuses on the procedure itself and its consequences for the victims, the so-called hostes.
The essays collected in this volume focus on the question of Greek mobility in the Mediterranean, from Archaic times down to the beginning of the Hellenistic period. This field of study has seen important theoretical progress in the last twenty years, most notably through the application of notions centred on the concept of ethnicity and on the role played by networks. This book sets out to assess these trends, from both historiographic and epistemological viewpoints, and to evaluate the scientific value of these approaches. The overview and assessment offered here fill a recognized gap in our knowledge and are particularly timely, since the subject of mobility and of Greek diasporas is currently part of the curriculum studied by French students seeking qualification as professors of history and geography.
Les Scipions. This collection brings together a series of papers devoted to investigating the organization of markets in the Greco-Roman world. It concentrates on the study of agoranomes and town councillors by analysing the status of these magistrates and the roles they fulfilled. The volume combines case studies and more general approaches, including analyses of individual documents, as well as broader reflections on the evolution of the role of the magistrates and on the strategies adopted for controlling markets in the ancient Mediterranean.
Situated at the crossroads between several approaches to the study of institutions, economics and legal history, this volume contributes to the renewal of research into the regulation of exchange in ancient cities. Images des Fondateurs. The typological approach implemented during the study provides a new analysis of the formation and dissemination of figurative themes illustrating primordia Vrbis. It reveals, in fact, how the interplay of political designs and practices in the workshops contributes to the setting of a limited number of iconographic patterns.
In other words, we perceive, according to the periods and the suopports, not only a predilection for certain images, but also some iconographic formulas. The book is organized into two main parts. The first offers a rational approach of images: through a progression allowing to understand their evolution, from the theme to the pattern, from the scene depicted to the simplified image, we shall consider, one after the other, all the iconographic themes. Je viens de lire votre post sur ma PDD.
Vous vous ventez de vos diplomes en m'explicant qu'il vous servent de sources. Et puisque l'on sent que vous aimez avoir le pouvoir, vous pouvez m'appliquer les sanctions que vous voulez Merci par avance pour vos avis et contributions. La discussion dans les modification est impossible et les auteurs sont totalement de parti pris. Voir ici le passage en question. On comprend facilement que cette section ne faisait pas plaisir aux dirigeants du PRES mais ce n'est pas une raison pour le supprimer.
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Je suis ammene a cohabiter avec toutes les positions qui varient suivant les "representations" mentales que les individus ont de leur langue ainsi que leur niveau de connaissance je vous prie croire que, quelle que soient vos positions initiale et finale sur la question, elles varient ou evoluent du moins au fur et a mesure que l'on aquier des connaissance sur une sujet aussi vaste. Qu'il existe ou non une identite occitane, cela ne permets pas de coursicuiter la moindre identite regionale l'occitan n'est pas une langue regionale, c'est la langue de plusieurs regions reparties sur plusieurs pays ni aucune varaiante.
La Provence a, par contre, certe accueillit des vagues d'immigration penchant plutot a droite rappatries, retraites plus ou moins fortunes septentrionaux. Est-ce qu'il serait possible a quelqu'un de jetter un coup d'oeil ici. La page avait ete cloture avec conservation et un utulisateur s'est abroge le droit de la rouvrir en annulant deux vote et demande a la refermer avec des votes ajoute en vitesse apres la reouverture. Est-ce que quelqu'un pourrait voir ce qui se passe?
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Pourquoi la F. Il y a bien du favoritisme sur ce pionnier en racontant n'importe quoi. Cela est normal. Il faudra que vous trouviez les titres. Le brevet sur le nouveau type de dirigeable! Un exemple Le film " Les incroyables machines du professeur Oehmichen" Veuillez respecter mon travail S.
Les brevets ne valent rien dixit Rigoureux. Il a fait son devoir de transmission. Je pensais transmettre. Quel perte de temps. Bonjour J'interviens sur les pages chansons. Toujours est-il qu'un utilisateur, Utilisateur:Guil a voulu faire dans cette page un "nettoyage" tel que j'ai pris cela pour une karcherisation. Merci d'avance pour votre aide.
Mais aucun historien, aucune revue historique. Je les attends toujours. Qu'est ce que j'y trouve? Cet article, vous l'avez lu. Thucyd, votre culot est incroyable. Comment diable allez vous me traduire cela? Merci d'avance pour votre soutien. Merci par avance pour votre aide.
Qu'en pensez-vous? Elle affirme "Vous refusez constamment le passage en PdD et persistez! Merci d'avance. Vos conseils bienveillants sauront m'orienter vers l'un ou l'autre. Est-ce tenable et souhaitable dans tous les cas? Bref, on en revient parfois au cas par cas avec les querelles de clocher que cela peut supposer. Cette conclusion me laisse toujours perplexe. Merci pour vos conseils et votre concours. Le conflit porte sur la mention du mot "secte" en introduction, et autour de cette notion.
Cette page de discussion est une archive. Franchement, je ne comprends pas comment les administrateurs peuvent laisser perdurer des comportements comme ceux-ci. C'est simple. As Bishop of Durham, he is the fourth most senior cleric in the Church of England and a major player in the strife-riven global Anglican Communion; as a much-read theologian and Biblical scholar he has taught at Cambridge and is a hero to conservative Christians worldwide for his book The Resurrection of the Son of God, which argued forcefully for a literal interpretation of that event.
C'est, clair, limpide et indiscutable. En fait, personne parmi vous ne sait ce que revouvre le terme "biblical scholar" dans le monde anglo-saxon. Alors, je vous explique volontiers. Le nier serait du dernier ridicule. C'est plus subtil. La preuve. C'est extraordinaire: il doute sur l'existence des lois de la nature, mais pas sur l'existence de dieu. Comme il dit dans cette video , "really he is an atheist". Voir aussi Davis, Kendall, O Collins ed. Le compte rendu amazon. The contributions represent mainstream scholarship on biblical studies, fundamental theology, systematic theology, philosophy, moral theology, and homiletics.
Alston, M. Johnstone, Carey C. Newman, Alan G. Padgett, Pheme Perkins, Alan F. Segal, Marguerite Shuster, and John Wilkins. On ne sort pas du cadre. La belle affaire! T Wright. Jamais dans des sources d'Histoire. De plus, il semble que les auteurs de cette revue ne sont pas d'accord avec les livres et travaux de N. Wright , Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 3 , pp.
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