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Day of Reckoning

Un village au temps de Charlemagne: Moines et paysans de l'abbaye de Saint-Denis du VII' siècle a l'An Mil: Musee national des ... “Les origines de Saint-Germain—des-Pre's: Nouvelle étude sur les deux plus anciennes chartes de l'abbaye.

Day of Reckoning

Day of Reckoning: Power and Accountability in Medieval France applies recent approaches to literacy, legal studies, memory, ritual, and the manorial economy to reexamine the transformation of medieval power. Highlighting the relationship of archives and power, it draws on the rich documentary sources of five of the largest Benedictine monasteries in northern France and Flanders, with comparisons to others, over a period of nearly four centuries. The book opens up new perspectives on important problems of power, in particular the idea and practice of accountability. In a violent society, medieval lords tried to delegate power rather than share it—to get their men to prosecute justice or raise money legitimately, rather than through extortion and pillage. Robert F. Berkhofer III explains how subordinates were held accountable by abbots administering the extensive holdings of Saint-Bertin, Saint-Denis, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Saint-Père-de-Chartres, and Saint-Vaast-d'Arras. As the abbots began to discipline their agents and monitor their conduct, the "day of reckoning" took on new meaning, as customary meeting days were used to hold agents accountable. By 1200, written and unwritten techniques of rule developed in the monasteries had moved into the secular world; in these practices lay the origins of administration, bureaucratic power, and governance, all hallmarks of the modern state.

The Brothers Le Nain

Long an administrator of the Hôpital des Petites Maisons, a charitable organization in the Faubourg Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Frémin Bobière moved to a small apartment at the Hôpital after he was widowed.

The Brothers Le Nain

A beautiful volume that brings to light the forgotten Le Nain brothers, a trio of 17th-century French master painters who specialized in portraiture, religious subjects, and scenes of everyday peasant life In France in the 17th century, the brothers Antoine (c. 1598-1648), Louis (c. 1600/1605-1648), and Mathieu (1607-1677) Le Nain painted images of everyday life for which they became posthumously famous. They are celebrated for their depictions of middle-class leisure activities, and particularly for their representations of peasant families, who gaze out at the viewer. The uncompromising naturalism of these compositions, along with their oddly suspended action, imparts a sense of dignity to their subjects. Featuring more than sixty paintings highlighting the artists' full range of production, including altarpieces, private devotional paintings, portraits, and the poignant images of peasants for which the brothers are best known, this generously illustrated volume presents new research concerning the authorship, dating, and meaning of the works by well-known scholars in the field. Also groundbreaking are the results of a technical study of the paintings, which constitutes a major contribution to the scholarship on the Le Nain brothers.

Open Access

95 This tribune opening would have been similar to that at Saint-Savin-surGartempe. ... Pays de Caux (2003/2005), 79-96; and Élaine Yvernat, “Paris, Saint-Germain-des-Près,” in Le Paysage Monumental de la France au tout de l'An Mil, ed.

Open Access

Open Access: Contextualizing the Archivolted Portals of Northern Spain and Western France within the Theology and Politics of Entry explores the history, development, and accrued connotations of a distinctive entry configuration comprised of a set of concentrically stepped archivolts surrounding a deliberate tympanum-free portal opening. These “archivolted” portals adorned many of the small, rural ecclesiastical structures dotting the countryside of western France and northern Spain in the twelfth century. Seeking to re-contextualize this configuration within monastic meditational practices, this book argues that the ornamented archivolts were likely composed following medieval prescriptions for the rhetorical ornamentation of poetry and employed the techniques of mnemonic recollection and imaginative visualization. Read in this light, it becomes clear that the architectural form underlying these semi-circular configurations served to open the possibilities for meaning by making the sculptural imagery physically and philosophically accessible to both the monastic community and the lay parishioner. Pointing to an Iberian heritage in which both light and space had long been manipulated in the conveyance of theological and political ideologies, Abel suggests that the portal’s architectural form grew out of a physical and social matrix characterized by pilgrimage, crusade, and processions, where the elements of motion integral to the Quadrivium sciences of Math, Geometry, Astronomy, and Music were enhanced by a proximity to and cultural interaction with the Islamic courts of Spain. It was, however, within the politics of the Peace of God movement, with its emphasis on relic processions that often encompassed all the parishes of the monastic domain, that the “archivolted” portal, with its elevated porch-like space, are shown to be the most effective.

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CIII Prêt de 200 francs , fait par l'abbé de Saint - Germain des Prés . 23 avril 1402 . Le Roy est tenus à révérend père en Dieu ... Donné à Paris , le XXII® jour d'avril , l'an mil quatre cens et deux , après Pasques . G. FOUQUAULT .

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Franchises Lois et Coutumes de la Ville de Lille Ancien manuscrit contenant un grand nombre de chartes et de titres historiques concernant la Flandre Publi avec des notes et un glossaire par Brun Lavainne

Fait et donné à Saint - Germain des Prés , lez - Paris , l'an de la nativité du Seigneur mil deux cent quatre - vingt cinq , indiction treizième , le dix des calendes de mars , l'an quatrième du pontificat du pape Martin IV , présents ...

Franchises  Lois et Coutumes de la Ville de Lille  Ancien manuscrit     contenant un grand nombre de chartes et de titres historiques concernant la Flandre  Publi   avec des notes et un glossaire par Brun Lavainne


Romanesque Saints Shrines and Pilgrimage

11 P. Plagnieux, 'L'abbatiale de Saint-Germain-des-Prés à Paris: nouvelles perspectives de recherche', in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Mille ans d'une abbaye à Paris, ed. R. Recht and M. Zink (Paris 2015), 1–16.

Romanesque Saints  Shrines  and Pilgrimage

The 23 chapters in this volume explore the material culture of sanctity in Latin Europe and the Mediterranean between c. 1000 and c. 1220, with a focus on the ways in which saints and relics were enshrined, celebrated, and displayed. Reliquary cults were particularly important during the Romanesque period, both as a means of affirming or promoting identity and as a conduit for the divine. This book covers the geography of sainthood, the development of spaces for reliquary display, the distribution of saints across cities, the use of reliquaries to draw attention to the attributes, and the virtues or miracle-working character of particular saints. Individual essays range from case studies on Verona, Hildesheim, Trondheim and Limoges, the mausoleum of Lazarus at Autun, and the patronage of Mathilda of Canossa, to reflections on local pilgrimage, the deployment of saints as physical protectors, the use of imagery where possession of a saint was disputed, island sanctuaries, and the role of Templars and Hospitallers in the promotion of relics from the Holy Land. This book will serve historians and archaeologists studying the Romanesque period, and those interested in material culture and religious practice in Latin Europe and the Mediterranean c.1000–c.1220.

After the Carolingians

Richer of Saint-Rémi, Historia, 3.55 (DOML 11, 2:84–85). Richer used the term Gallia (Gaul) to designate the area ... 1025), abbot of Saint-Martin, Massay, and Saint-Germain-des-Prés; Richard (d. 1048), abbot of Saint-Vanne; Ayard, ...

After the Carolingians

A volume that introduces new sources and offers fresh perspectives on a key era of transition, this book is of value to art historians and historians alike. From the dissolution of the Carolingian empire to the onset of the so-called 12th-century Renaissance, the transformative 10th–11th centuries witnessed the production of a significant number of illuminated manuscripts from present-day France, Belgium, Spain, and Italy, alongside the better-known works from Anglo-Saxon England and the Holy Roman Empire. While the hybrid styles evident in book painting reflect the movement and re-organization of people and codices, many of the manuscripts also display a highly creative engagement with the art of the past. Likewise, their handling of subject matter—whether common or new for book illumination—attests to vibrant artistic energy and innovation. On the basis of rarely studied scientific, religious, and literary manuscripts, the contributions in this volume address a range of issues, including the engagement of 10th–11th century bookmakers with their Carolingian and Antique legacies, the interwoven geographies of book production, and matters of modern politics and historiography that have shaped the study of this complex period. .

Classification of Operating Expenses of Express Companies as Prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission in Accordance with Section 20 of the Act to Regulate Commerce

... De Thil demoiselle majeure demeurante à Paris rue de Varennes quartier Saint Germain des prés parroisse Saint Sulpice ... Fait et passé à Paris en la maison de lad . dlle Dethil L'an mil sept cens quarante huit le sept Janvier avant ...

Classification of Operating Expenses of Express Companies as Prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission in Accordance with Section 20 of the Act to Regulate Commerce


Power and Border Lordship in Medieval France

... for the lands which the Parisian abbey of Saint - Germain - des - Prés held around Corbon and Boissy - Maugis slipped out of its ... that it was the military crisis of the ninth century which stimulated the localisation of power .

Power and Border Lordship in Medieval France

The emergence of the northern French county of the Perche, and the rise of the Rotrou family from obscure origins to princely power, 11-13c.

Artistic Integration in Gothic Buildings

Fingerprinting the Stone at Saint - Denis : A Pilot Study , " Gesta 33 ( 1994 ) , 19–28 . ... Spatial Innovations in the Chevet of Saint - Germain - des - Prés , ” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 38 ( 1979 ) , 348-65 ...

Artistic Integration in Gothic Buildings

In this collaborative work seventeen international scholars use contemporary methodologies to address the ways in which we understand Gothic church buildings today. Artistic Integration in Gothic Buildings discusses major monuments that have traditionally stood at the core of medieval art-historical studies: the cathedrals of Durham, Wells, Chartres, Reims, Poitiers, Strasbourg, and Naumburg, the abbey of Saint-Denis, and the Sainte-Chapelle of Paris. The contributors approach the subject from different specialties and methodologies within the field of art history, as well as from the disciplines of history, liturgical studies, and theology. Willibald Sauerl)nder's overview acknowledges that since the early nineteenth century scholars have been confronted with monuments that no longer perform their original functions. The moment of the creation of these great cages of stone, filled with images in metal, paint, glass, stone, and textiles, has passed as surely as Villon's `snows of yesteryear.' Artistic intentions shifted continuously over the centuries as these great buildings were adapted to new situations, historical, cultural, and religious. Once the settings for complex and diversified rituals of religious, social, and political dimensions, the buildings today stand in a completely different time frame and are experienced by a different audience. This volume addresses the hermeneutics of the development of scholarship concerning the Gothic church, reviewing the variable, but largely exclusive, agendas from the early nineteenth century to the present, including those of Viollet-le-Duc, Lef¦vre-Pontalis, M+le, Sedlmayr, Von Simson, Panofsky, Grodecki, and Bony. The conclusion is that there is no way to return to the original Gothic cathedral or the original audience. Artistic Integration in Gothic Buildings reassesses the traditional canon through a new pluralism of approaches and presents the Gothic church as an intricate and complex living monument that has been evolving over eight centuries and more.

Droit Public

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Droit Public


Christian Muslim Relations A Bibliographical History Volume 2 900 1050

(eds), Abbo of Fleury, Abbo of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Acta Sanctorum, Kalamazoo MI, 2001, 1-15 T. Haye, 'Mündliche und ... Studien 35 (2001) 273-92 M. Mostert, 'Gerbert d'Aurillac, Abbon de Fleury et la culture de l'an mil.

Christian Muslim Relations  A Bibliographical History  Volume 2  900 1050

Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History 2 (CMR2) is a history of all the works on Christian-Muslim relations from 900 to 1050. It comprises introductory essays and over one hundred entries containing descriptions, assessments and comprehensive bibliographical details of individual works.

The Serf the Knight and the Historian

See monasteries / monks Abbo of Fleury , 202–3 , 288 , 300 Abbo of Saint - Germain - des Prés , 163–64 , 168 abbots ... 32 ; wars of , 311 An mil , L ' ( Duby ) , 290 Annales Ecclesiastici ( Cesare Baronius ) , 248 Annales : Histoire ...

The Serf  the Knight  and the Historian

Dominique Barthélemy presents a sharply revisionist account of the history of France around the year 1000, challenging the traditional view that France underwent a kind of revolution at the millennium which ushered in feudalism.

The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day Containing a Description of Its Antiquities Public Buildings To which is Added an Appendix Containing a Notice of the Church of Saint Denis an Account of the Violation of the Royal Tombs Important Statistical Tables Derived from Official Sources Etc Etc In Three Volumes Vol 1 3

Christi milleno , bis centeno , duodeno Cum quinquageno quarto decessit in anno . The abbey of Saint Germain , which , for many centuries , was without the walls of Paris , resembled a citadel ; the walls were flanked with towers and ...

The History of Paris  from the Earliest Period to the Present Day  Containing a Description of Its Antiquities  Public Buildings      To which is Added an Appendix  Containing a Notice of the Church of Saint Denis  an Account of the Violation of the Royal Tombs  Important Statistical Tables Derived from Official Sources  Etc  Etc  In Three Volumes  Vol  1    3


The History of Paris

Christi milleno , bis centeno , duodeno Cum quinquageno quarto decessit in anno . The abbey of Saint Germain , which , for many centuries , was without the walls of Paris , resembled a citadel ; the walls were flanked with towers and ...

The History of Paris


The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day

Christi milleno , bis centeno , duodeno Cum quinquageno quarto decessit in anno . The abbey of Saint Germain , which , for many centuries , was without the walls of Paris , resembled a citadel ; the walls were flanked with towers and ...

The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day


Histoire de Paris Et Des Parisiens

Le 23 décembre 558 , tandis que Childebert se meurt , l'évêque Germain dédie le nouveau sanctuaire à saint Vincent ( 39 ) ... avec beaucoup plus de simplicité en l'an mil , et sous le nom rustique de « Saint - Germain - des - Prés » .

Histoire de Paris Et Des Parisiens


Manuscripts Market and the Transition to Print in Late Medieval Brittany

1 ' , 186 " ) ; St - Germain - des - Près . Bibl . ... St - Germain fr . ) , vol . ... 156 ' in margin ) , “ Le duc Franczois segond a la dextre du Roy , la segonde foiz apres son entrée a Rennes , l'an mil IIIIcc LIX , XIIII d'apvril .

Manuscripts  Market and the Transition to Print in Late Medieval Brittany

This volume surveys the production and marketing of non-monastic manuscripts and printed books over 150 years in late medieval Brittany. Through analysis of the physical aspects of Breton manuscripts and books, and of the prices, wages and commissions associated with their manufacture, Diane Booton exposes connections between the tangible cultural artifacts and the society that produced, acquired and valued them.