Juliette Bourdier, “Chaîne de traduction, s’approprier le Tractatus pour translater l’Espurgatoire,” l’évolution de la langue et le traitement des intraduisibles au sein de la recherche, Éditions des Archives contemporaines, Sept. 2016, 45-53. Chaîne de traduction, s’approprier le Tractatus pour translater l’Espurgatoire Au-delà du débat sur la nécessité de présenter au public du XXIe siècle, […]
Knowing that our knowledge of the otherworldly geography is constructed from these testimonies, it seemed interesting to examine the physical structure sketched along the revelations. In this communication, I will explore the fact that coming with the twelfth century and while the genre was being challenged by a rising doubt on the authenticity of the […]
Fief is a game of dynastic ambition, where players assume the roles of nobles in the 14th century Kingdom of France.
Academy Games, which specializes in history-related board games, is making an English-language version of a popular French game in which players assume the roles of nobles in the 15th century Kingdom of France. They can gain power through secular and ecclesiastical politics, and be able to become the power-behind-the-throne for the King or Pope.
The game fun can range from getting good harvests to raise the church tithe, or being hit by the plague or having a peasant uprising!
The game-makers have easily surpassed their goal of $20,000 and are using the extra money raised to make additional improvements to the game. Those who pledge certain amounts will recieve an advance copy of the game, which is due to be ready by June 2014. You can get more details…
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|The Serment de Strasbourg is an oath sworn by Charles le Chauve – Charles the Bald (later Holy Roman Emperor Charles II) andÄhnlicher Begriff: Louis II de Germania in solemnizing their alliance against their brother, Emperor Lothair I. The chief political result of this alliance was the Treaty of Verdun (843). Each brother made his oath in the language of the other’s followers, so that it might be understood. The version used by Louis is often considered the oldest known specimen of French.The text was preserved in the manuscript of the Frankish historian Nithard (fl. 9th century).The Serments is the earliest known document written in the emerging vernacular.|
Le mot tudesque vient de l’adjectif germanique tiudesc, qui signifie «populaire». Cette racine se retrouve aussi dans le mot tiudesc-Land qui signifie le «pays du peuple». Au fil du temps, il se transformera en Deutschland, nom…
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RFI Mission Paris, menez l’enquête- Free Web Site
Only Eva can save France. But who are her allies? And who are her enemies? From a Parisian cafe she follows a messenger right into a blast at a railway station. Is it a trap? And what do the messenger’s dying words mean?
From a Parisian café with a surly waiter, Eva runs after a mysterious contact and ends up in the chaotic aftermath of an explosion. Has someone tried to kill her? Instead of sipping her espresso in peace, she finds herself facing danger. She gets mixed up in a world of mysterious codes and a race against time. The messenger… le messager…has told her the first clues for her assignment…aisle a, row 2… and a number code 1-8-5-2. She’s the only person who can save France from a disaster.
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French Medieval Food
Bread, accompanied by meat and wine, was the centrepiece of the medieval diet. Vegetables were more for peasants, both in reality and imagination. Not all foods had the same cultural value. Each had its place within a hierarchy extending from heaven to earth.
Cereals were the basic food, primarily as bread. Oats were eaten as porridge, mainly in the Atlantic regions of Europe. By the end of the Middle Ages, wheat had become the most sought-after cereal. Rye was cultivated only in the roughest soils, whilst millet was a speciality prominent in the south west of France. A recent arrival, buckwheat, began spreading through Brittany.
Vegetables were a daily part of the peasant’s diet. Cabbage, in particular, was king of medieval gardens. In towns, itinerant vendors sold green vegetables (spinach, leeks and cabbage) used for making purées and soups.
Fruit was considered fit for the nobility…
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Raconter des histoires « Storytelling » dans ou hors la salle de classe
Les outils numériques avec la technologie donnent aux élèves la possibilité de raconter des histoires à travers la voix, textes, images, audio et vidéo.
Les histoires numériques permettent aux élèves de prendre une série linéaire d’événements et de les transformer en une expérience multidimensionnelle. Encourager à communiquer, collaborer, rechercher ainsi que d’ajouter des médias dans le processus de création. De nombreux outils existent pour créer ces projets – à la fois des logiciels et matériel – et chacun d’entre eux permettent aux élèves d’acquérir une compréhension plus profonde de l’histoire à mesure qu’ils explorent la manière la plus efficace de raconter cela. (Diaporama et Logiciels de montage vidéos)
Notre sélection d’outils pour Raconter des histoires :
Un téléchargement gratuit pour les ordinateurs, ce programme fournit un moyen facile d’éditer des vidéos. Vous pouvez appliquer des…
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