Catégorie : Moyen-Orient et mondes musulmans

La rubrique Moyen-Orient et mondes musulmans regroupe les articles issus de carnets ayant pour objet plusieurs pays du Moyen-Orient ainsi que les cultures musulmanes.

Between Ṭarābulus and Aṭrābulus. The journey of the toponym and difficulties in determining its form / بين طرابلس وأطرابلس: رحلة الطوبونيم وحيرة في ضبط شكله

Mohamed GHODHBANE (University al-Manar/Tunis, Tunisia) Introduction The actual capital city of Libya is called Ṭarābulus al-Ġarb. It was Ṭarābulus under the Hafsids and Aṭrābulus under the Umayyads, but we find both for the Fatimid-Zirid period. Arabic…

A Judas in a Fifteenth-Century Biblia Pauperum and the Intersecting Histories of Money, Sexuality, and Anti-Semitism

by Diane Wolfthal (Rice University) A fascinating image of Judas appears in a Biblia pauperum (Bible of the Poor), produced in Regensburg or Vienna around 1435 and today in the Morgan Library and Museum in New York (Fig. 1). It was featured in the exhi…

Albert E. Kohn and Hannah Teddy Schachter, “From the Merry to the Macabre: Song and Dance in the Medieval Jewish-Christian Encounter, 1100–1450”

The new issue of Viotar 54.1 (2024) offers an article by Albert Evan Kohn and Hannah Teddy Schachter about “From the Merry to the Macabre: Song and Dance in the Medieval Jewish-Christian Encounter, 1100–1450.”

Archéologie de la production céramique et des espaces artisanaux : Regards croisés

Le 9 décembre 2022, le colloque international « Archéologie de la production céramique et des espaces artisanaux : Regards croisés » organisé par Claire Padovani (Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Arscan-Vepmo), Julie Flahaut (INRAP, Arscan-Gam…

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