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Shakespeare revisité, entre fidélité et parodie : de La Nuit des Rois à Shake de Dan Jemmett

Schwartz-Gastine, Isabelle (1 oct. 2004)

William Shakespeare himself was a master of re-writing older material as he abundantly used this technique, which was totally justified at the Renaissance, to compose his poems or plays, from various sources whether literary (prose or verse), historical, or any other—and sometimes most unusual— ...

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Source : Persée

Quand l’aristocratie et la grande bourgeoisie habitaient le quartier Léopold

Leroy, Frédéric (2010)

Frédéric Leroy, Nobles and grands bourgeois in the Leopold District of Brussels In the 19th century, Brussels, for the first time, sees the development of districts for the elite in the upper part of the city. The Leopold district was designed as a residential area for the aristocracy and the ...

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Source : HAL

Mythes, astronomie, découpage du temps et navigation traditionnelle : l’héritage océanien contenu dans les mots de la langue tahitienne

Teriierooiterai, Claude (9 déc. 2013)

How did the Tahitians conceptualize the skies in order to create their own instrument of astronomy? Traditions provide explanations in the form of cosmogony stories. They can entice or by no means are they considered scientific evidence. Astronomy has supported theories that give today a certain ...

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Source : Gallica

Loula Achki Fel Benat : moual ; Loula Achki Fel Benat Achki / David Benarouche, chant [acc. instr.]

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[Traditions. Afrique du Nord. Maroc]

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Source : HAL

MIFS Newsletter n°6

Boivin, Michel et al. (2011)

Lettre d'information de la Mission Interdisciplinaire Française du Sindh (MIFS), co-éditée par Michel Boivin et Rémy Delage The third collective fieldwork session conducted by the MIFS team took place in November-December 2010. Four members of our team went to Sehwan Sharif during the month of ...

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Parution : S W.Anthony (éd et trad),"The Expeditions. An Early Biography of Muhammad.By Mamar Ibn Rashid", mai.2014, New-York University Press.

Bouali, Hassan (20 sept. 2014)

384 pages 2 maps illustrations May, 2014 ISBN: 9780814769638 Presentation The Expeditions is one of the oldest biographies of the Prophet Muhammad to survive into the modern era. Its primary author, Maʿmar ibn Rashid (714-770 AD/96-153 AH), was a prominent scholar from Basra in southern Iraq who ...

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Source : HAL

Fêtes populaires et institutionnelles en Provence au XVIIème siècle

Alioui, Latifa (10 déc. 2010)

Our work has for ambition to propose a reflection on the fonctionnions and the fonctions (offices) of the public party in the seventeenth century. We chose, beyond the parties of court already abundantly studied, to interest us in démonstrations (apparences) wich, somehow or other, involve the ...

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Learning what to eat : Emerging cultural phenomena in group foragers

van der Post, D.J. (3 déc. 2008)

Understanding the evolution and role of cultural inheritance in animal biology is a challenge. Central questions are: How does cultural inheritance arise? How does it depend on learning mechanisms? How do cultures evolve and diversify? We address these issues by considering diet learning in `` ...

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