Archaeological study reconstructs the history of the cemetery as being that of an institution. During the first phase in the 9th-10'h centuries, an area of burial was succeeded by a regular cemetery arranged in rows in the foreground of a chapel, to be followed by a church cemetery towards the year ...
Fouju G. Note sur des Grès taillés. In: Bulletin de la Société préhistorique de France, tome 20, n°3, 1923. pp. 108-110.
Grenier Albert, Cuny Albert. Étruscologie. In: Revue des Études Anciennes. Tome 30, 1928, n°2. pp. 129-138.
This paper examines an alternative approach to previously proposed models of prehistoric exchange such as the law of monotonic decrement or the down-the-line exchange model developed by Renfrew (Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 34: 319–331, 1968, Renfrew 1977) to explain the distribution of ...
Both Henry James and George Eliot make graphic use of realistic locations within their novels. This practice provides a plausible socio-historical context for their characters and contributes to the development of the genre of “realisms” in the nineteenth century novel. The use of specific ...
Sicard Emile. La politique religieuse et la situation des cultes en Hongrie et en Tchécoslovaquie. In: Politique étrangère, n°2 - 1949 - 14ᵉannée. pp. 153-166.
Working from a database of visual archives and interviews with journalists, this paper deals with the conflicts of representations between journalists and African migrants in the sixties. Socially dominated, these migrants have to bear with "practical dilemmas", as they do not want to provide media ...