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Stéphane Lebecq
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by Jean Heuclin, Christophe Leduc
Chanoines et chanoinesses des anciens Pays-Bas
Le chapitre de Maubeuge du IXe au XVIIIe siècle
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by Élodie Lecuppre-Desjardin
L'odeur du sang et des roses
Relire Johan Huizinga aujourd'hui
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by Dominic Moreau, Esther Dehoux, Alban Gautier, Claire Barillé



Edited by Dominic Moreau, Esther Dehoux, Alban Gautier, Claire Barillé



Edited by Dominic Moreau, Esther Dehoux, Claire Barillé



Edited by Caroline zum Kolk, Kathleen Wilson-Chevalier
Femmes à la cour de France
Charges et fonctions (XVe - XIXe siècle)
Histoire et civilisations
During the Early Modern period, the court of France offered a particularly favorable arena of action to the many women who formed the entourage of queens and princesses. Drawing upon a broad variety of sources, this volume explores their functions and status in courtly society, as well as the evolving roles of women in the circles of power, from...



Edited by Delphine Carrangeot, Bruno Laurioux, Vincent Puech
Histoire et civilisations
This collective approach to the study of Court ceremonies and rituals from the time of the Roman Empire to the Baroque era (early 17th century) makes a significant contribution to the study of the emergence of European court culture as a whole.



Edited by Philippe Desmette, Philippe Martin
Histoire et civilisations
Feasts of precept, civic festivals, holidays, so many realities which, from the Middle Ages to modern times and up to the present day, have punctuated the times of Western societies. The book examines the adherence to these practices, but also critical of them.



Edited by Nacima Baron, Stéphane Boissellier, François Clément, Flocel Sabaté
Histoire et civilisations
The large territorial units are consolidated thanks to the fit between power, territory and the population that belong to them, and the limits are not simple lines but rather the vectors that define identity and otherness, each visualised on one or the other side of the limits. That is why the way the boundaries of supra-local entities, like the...



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