Les documents du Trésor des Chartes de la Cathédrale de Tournai (716-1386)

L'ouvrage fait connaître 366 documents du Moyen Age, des années 716 à 1386, pour la plupart inédits, découverts dans les archives de la cathédrale de Tournai. Ils concernent tous les différents privilèges fiscaux du chapitre cathédral et la large immunité de son clergé tournaisien: la chapitre a réussi, en effet, à conserver ses importants privilèges économiques grâce à un faux diplôme du roi mérovingien Chillpéric II, authentifié en 1291 par Philippe le Bel. Pareils privilèges de nature économique et juridique ne pouvaient que provoquer des relations tendues et souvent conflictuelles avec la riche république urbaine de Tournai, dépendant immédiatemment du roi de France. Les archives de la cathédrale font revivre une page méconnue des relations entre la ville de Tournai et sa cathédrale.

Cette édition est la première d'un vaste programme appelé à faire connaître, d'année en année, les ressources inédites des "Archives et Bibliothèque de la Cathédrale de Tournai", toujours conservées sur place.


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Publisher
Tournai - Art et Histoire
Title Part
Volume 20
Author
Jacques Pycke,
Collection
Instruments de travail
Language
French
BISAC Subject Heading
HIS000000 HISTORY
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3377 HISTOIRE
Title First Published
25 February 2013

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14 October 2015
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bibliography
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91617
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1047 grams
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Contents


Preface and Acknowledgements III
"Minoan Archaeology": The Heidelberg Conference Between Past and Future
Sarah Cappel, Ute Günkel-Maschek, Diamantis Panagiotopoulos V
Conference Programme IX
Dealing with "Minoan": 111 Years of Minoan Archaeology
The Unknown Past of Minoan Archaeology: From the Renaissance Until the Arrival of
Sir Arthur Evans in Crete
Nektarios Karadimas 3
Exhibiting the Minoan Past: From Oxford to Knossos
Yannis Galanakis 17
Data in Progress: Exploring the Cretan Land- and Cityscape
Chryssi Island: New Evidence on the Bronze Age Settlement Patterns of the Ierapetra Area
Konstantinos Chalikias 37
Making the Invisible Visible: Ground Penetrating Radar at Papadiokampos, Crete
Antonia Stamos 53
Capturing the Dynamics of the Minoan Mortuary Space in South Central Crete
Sylviane Déderix 61
Minoan Cityscapes: Urban Planning in Neopalatial Crete
D. Matthew Buell 77
Let's Come Together: Places and Spaces of Social and Ritual Interaction
The Places and the Role of Consumption in MM II Phaistos
Giorgia Baldacci 95
Defining Minoan "Cult Rooms": Past and Present Approaches to the Archaeology of Cult
Kathrin Müller 109
Between the Physical and Metaphysical: Exploring Aspects of Communication in the
Temple Tomb at Knossos
Mark S. Peters 125
(De)Constructing Identities Through Architecture in LM III Crete
Panagiota A. Pantou 135
Peer Pressure: Social Structures from a “Minoan” Perspective
For an Archaeology of Minoan Society. Identifying the Principles of Social Structure
Jan Driessen 149
All Aboard: The Longboat and a Heterarchical Interpretation of the Mochlos Cemetery
Steven T. Karacic 167
Social Complexity and Gender Inequality in Prepalatial Crete: An Argument of Reason
or a Reason for Argument?
Maria Mina 181
Connecting with Selves and Others: Varieties of Community-Making across Late Prepalatial Crete
Emily S.K. Anderson 199
II
Social Variation in Middle Bronze Age Knossos: Palaeodietary Evidence
Argyro Nafplioti 213
On the Household Structure of Neopalatial Society
Emmanouela Apostolaki 223
Manpower and Neopalatial Architecture: The Architectural Project as a Meaningful Experience
Maud Devolder 241
Be(hav)ing “Minoan”: Negotiating Life and Death Through Practice and Performance
Recreating the Past: Using Tholos Tombs in Protopalatial Mesara
Ilaria Caloi 255
The Body Brand and Minoan Zonation
Anna Simandiraki-Grimshaw 267
Cultural Performances at the Beginning of the Bronze Age: Early Minoan I and II Cemeteries as
Stages for Performance
Katy Soar 283
Performance Theory in Minoan Rituals and the Ambiguity of Minoan Symbols
Maria Chountasi 299
(A) Choreographed Frenzy: A Sequence of Steps Towards Understanding Movement and Dance
in Aegean Bronze Age Iconography
Céline Murphy 311
A Portable Goddess: On Performative and Experiental Aspects of Figures and Figurines
Katarzyna Zeman-Wisniewska 319
“Minoan” Material Entanglements: Documenting and Interpreting “Minoan” (?) Craftsmanship
Minoan Pottery: From Materials to Materiality
Carl Knappett 329
Pots and Potters: Thoughts on Ceramic Technology and the Craftsmen behind the Product
Sebastian Traunmüller 341
Transmediterranean Knowledge and Minoan Style Reliefs in Tell el Dabca: An Attempt at
Paradigm Shift
Constance von Rüden 355
Minoan Archaeology: The Pretence of Being Through Perception, Retention and Recollection
Iro Mathioudaki 367
Closing Remarks
Formulating Minoan Research in the 21st Century
Peter Warren 377
List of Contributors 381