Добірка наукової літератури з теми "Alexandre III de Macédoine"
Оформте джерело за APA, MLA, Chicago, Harvard та іншими стилями
Оберіть тип джерела:
Ознайомтеся зі списками актуальних статей, книг, дисертацій, тез та інших наукових джерел на тему "Alexandre III de Macédoine".
Біля кожної праці в переліку літератури доступна кнопка «Додати до бібліографії». Скористайтеся нею – і ми автоматично оформимо бібліографічне посилання на обрану працю в потрібному вам стилі цитування: APA, MLA, «Гарвард», «Чикаго», «Ванкувер» тощо.
Також ви можете завантажити повний текст наукової публікації у форматі «.pdf» та прочитати онлайн анотацію до роботи, якщо відповідні параметри наявні в метаданих.
За допомогою хмари тегів ви можете побачити ще більше пов’язаних тем досліджень, а відповідні кнопки після кожного розділу сторінки дозволяють переглянути розширені списки книг, статей тощо на обрану тему.
Статті в журналах з теми "Alexandre III de Macédoine":
Sabourin, Lise. "Alexandre Dumas, La Tour de Nesle, Henri III et sa cour." Studi Francesi, 184 (LXII | I) (April 2018): 151–52. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/studifrancesi.11918.
Matias, Felipe Dos Santos. "O Santo Ofício em Portugal e a narrativa crítica de Alexandre Herculano em relação à Inquisição / The Holy Office in Portugal and the Critical Narrative of Alexandre Herculaneum in Relation to the Inquisition." Revista do Centro de Estudos Portugueses 40, no. 64 (February 2021): 145. http://dx.doi.org/10.17851/2359-0076.40.64.145-170.
SIDARUS, ADEL. "UN DÉBAT SUR L'EXISTENCE DE DIEU SOUS L'ÉGIDE PRÉTENDUE D'ALEXANDRE LE GRAND." Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 19, no. 2 (September 2009): 247–83. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s095742390999004x.
Pegg, Mark Gregory. "Le corps et l'autorité : la lèpre de Baudouin IV." Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales 45, no. 2 (April 1990): 265–87. http://dx.doi.org/10.3406/ahess.1990.278837.
Sales, José Das Candeias. "DE “GAROTO INOFENSIVO” A BASILEUS ALEXANDROS. SOBRE AS ETAPAS DE CONSTRUÇÃO DO IMPÉRIO DE ALEXANDRE." Revista Hélade 3, no. 2 (August 2018): 130. http://dx.doi.org/10.22409/rh.v3i2.10978.
Silva, Semíramis Corsi. "UMA MULHER SÍRIA COMO IMPERATRIZ ROMANA: CONSIDERAÇÕES SOBRE ELEMENTOS DO PODER E DA IDENTIDADE CULTURAL DE JÚLIA DOMNA (SÉCULO III EC)." Revista Hélade 4, no. 1 (September 2018): 32. http://dx.doi.org/10.22409/rh.v4i1.13275.
Zaganelli, Juliana. "A (IN)JUSTIÇA DO PODER JUDICIÁRIO: O OBSTÁCULO ECONÔMICO DO ACESSO À JUSTIÇA E O DIREITO SOCIAL À SAÚDE." Revista de Direito Brasileira 15, no. 6 (December 2016): 185. http://dx.doi.org/10.26668/indexlawjournals/2358-1352/2016.v15i6.2959.
Dougherty, M. Patricia. "Carnets du Journaliste Catholique Alexandre Delmer (1860-1889), Tome III: 1867-1869 Edited by Marie-Thérèse Delmer." Catholic Historical Review 81, no. 3 (1995): 456–57. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/cat.1995.0138.
Hasnawi, Ahmad. "Alexandre d'AphrodisevsJean Philopon: Notes sur quelques traités d'Alexandre “perdus” en grec, conservés en arabe." Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 4, no. 1 (March 1994): 53–109. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s0957423900001867.
Nubiato Matos, Monica. "O Mercosul na produção acadêmica brasileira de comunicação social: desafios e perspectivas." Chasqui. Revista Latinoamericana de Comunicación, no. 134 (April 2017): 357. http://dx.doi.org/10.16921/chasqui.v0i134.2927.
Дисертації з теми "Alexandre III de Macédoine":
Santoni, François. "La réception de l’image d’Alexandre par l’aristocratie romaine, des origines au principat d’Auguste." Electronic Thesis or Diss., Corte, 2021. http://www.theses.fr/2021CORT0011.
This thesis aims at apprehending the reception of the image of Alexander III of Macedonia by the Roman aristocracy, over a period going from the origins of the question to the principate of Augustus. The challenge is therfore to propose new conclusions concerning the reception of Alexander by certain characters, but also to examine the relationship to Alexander diachronically. As early as the third century BCE, the Romans implemented a discourse on Alexander, or rather discourses. They can present the Romans as victors of the Macedonian, denigrate him, or even try to recover his heritage. At the same time, a number of Romain aristocrats followed the Macedonian’s path through imitatio or aemulatio. The discourses relating to Alexander, whether they appear in literary or numismatic sources, can be addressed to a greek or hellenizing public as wall as to a roman one. It is therefore an effective political tool, used in the Vrbs as well as in the eastern provinces
Koroleva, Elena. "Écrire l’histoire universelle au Moyen Âge : alexandre le Grand et l'histoire de la Macédoine dans les chroniques du Nord de la France (XIIIè-XVè siècles)." Electronic Thesis or Diss., Lille, 2018. http://www.theses.fr/2018LIL3H050.
The present study examines the life of Alexander the Great as it is told in three universal chronicles, the Chronique dite de Baudoin d'Avesnes, written by an anonymous historian between 1278 and 1281, and two versions of the Fleur des histoires, composed in 1440s and in 1460s, respectively, by Jean mansel, a functionary at the Burgundian court. The three texts have a common geographical provenance and were read by the same readers ; furthermore, Mansel borrowed extensively from his predecessor to create the two versions of his chronicle. Despite evidence, of their wide readership in the Middle Ages, these texts remain largely unknown to modern researchers. The shared genre model, geographical and intellectual connections between these chronicles, on the one hand, and their paradoxical status of once well-known and now nearly forgotten texts, on the other, have prompted the decision to study them together. On crucial link between these works is the prominence their authors give to Alexander the Great and the variety of sources they use to tell his story, ranging from universal chronicles of the late Antiquity, such as Orosius' Historiae, to courtly romances such as Jacques de Longuyon' Voeux du paon. Our thesis comprises firstly, a study of the manuscript tradition of the three texts, with an emphasis on the role authors of the chronicles, their patrons and readers played in the creation and dissemination of various textual versions, followed by an analysis of the strategies employed by the authors to rewrite the story of Alexander's life in order to integrate it in the continuum of universal history and, finally, an examination of the roles assigned to the Macedonian king in the history of the humanity. The appendices contain an edition of the prologues and of the three accounts of Alexander's life
Brenez, Ingrid. "Julius Valérius et le corpus alexandrin du IVe siècle : présentation et traduction, suivies d'une étude de synthèse." Metz, 2003. http://docnum.univ-lorraine.fr/public/UPV-M/Theses/2003/Brenez.Ingrid.LMZ0314_1.pdf.
Rinaldi, Sandrine. "Les hétairoi, compagnons guerriers et amis, images et réalités politiques d'Homère à Alexandre le Grand." Electronic Thesis or Diss., Paris 10, 2009. http://www.theses.fr/2009PA100196/document.
Amongst warriors, the hetairoi are a group of men around a leader, with the main purpose of serving him. In Homeric poems, the hetairos may either be a warrior setting out with his king or chief, or a companion remaining at the oikos and taking care of his property during his absence. In Macedonia, the hetairoi are at once the men forming the Macedonian cavalry and the hegemons forming the king’s staff. The hetairoi fight alongside their leader, confer with him, and share his meals. Some are his close friends, where there are stronger affinities or personal friendship ; age usually accounts for these closer relationships. Thus many of the principal hetairoi of a chief are men of his own age group, and therefore grew up with him.The notion of hetairos refers to values such as courage and loyalty, and therefore to the heroic ideal. Thus, the strength of such a community lies in respect for these values, mutual support, and bonds of friendship but also in social practices such as gift-and-counter-gift exchanges.However, this ideal, when taken to extremes, becomes hybris, excess, and turns the valiant hetairoi into arrogant men, caring no more for their leader, but for themselves. As a result, such hetairoi come to be a danger to the rest of the community, or to the king, who is then compelled to wish for, and sometimes even to contrive their death
Yakoubovitch, Igor. "Les Historiae Alexandri Magni de Quinte-Curce : le mythe d’Alexandre et la représentation du pouvoir à Rome (Ier siècle ap. J.-C.)." Electronic Thesis or Diss., Paris 10, 2015. http://www.theses.fr/2015PA100180/document.
Considered a historian who sacrifices his rigor and accuracy for the sake of rhetoric, Curtius Rufus enjoys, and with him his “fictionalized” history as well, a halftone reputation. Notwithstanding its shortcomings and a mixture of genres between history, moral and rhetoric, which are also typical of the entire Roman historiography, the Historiae Alexandri Magni are an interesting testimony of the representation of power in Rome in the first century A.D. Building on a rigorously constructed portrait, Quintus Curtius highlights the evolution of the Conqueror, subject to the temptations of the East, of fortune and its heroic models. The historian attempts to debunk the very nature of this wonderful East, the providential fortune claimed by Macedonian, and even language. The unbridled quest for glory pursued by the king and his dream of deification are here condemned: the East stands for a general inversion of norms and values, and fortune becomes an illusion leading to a feeling of impunity. By deconstructing Alexander's propaganda, Curtius then reveals another imaginary—his own—along with an ideology. Implicitly, it also proposes an ideal of power mainly based on balance and on the responsibility of the prince. The historian questions the relevance of a central myth of the Roman political imagination in the political context of the times, whose shadow looms over all ambitious men, starting with emperors or candidates for the Empire. His well crafted narrative is a call for a reflection on the actual exercise of power, its challenges and limitations
Hériché-Pradeau, Sandrine, and Jean Wauquelin. "Les faicts et conquestes d'Alexandre le Grand, de Jehan Wauquelin (XVème siècle) : édition critique et commentaire littéraire." Paris 4, 1997. http://www.theses.fr/1997PA040171.
The novel belongs to the many proses which were commissioned by the Burgundian duke Philip the Good. As the work refers to the historical context and to the ideology of the knighthood in the same time, the compiler treated the hero, whose the nobility had to follow the example, as a romantic archetype of the Burgundian chief the latter ordered Jehan Wauquelin to write les Faicts et conquestes in 1447, but he had ever composed one first version, now lost, for the count of Etampes, Jean II, about in 1440. We found in his text the main part of the medieval Alexander novels: not only the old French Alexander poem and the French prose translation of the Historia of prelils, but also long extracts from the Voeux du paon of Jacques de Longuyon, a free adaptation from the Venjance Alixandre of Jean le Nevelon and one passage of the Chroniques of Hainaut of Jacques de Guise, that Wauquelin translated himself in 1446. Thought he used lots of sources, Wauquelin succeded to write in a quite good prose a text which constitutes a whole, because the same subject, the life of Alexander the Great becoming the instrument of god in the world, is always pursued. The edition has been made from the following manuscripts: ms. 456 of the collection Dutuit in the Petit Palais (Paris), used as the source manuscript; ms. B. N. Fr. 707; ms. B. N. Fr. 1419; ms. B. N. Fr. 9342 used for variants. It is accompanied with a linguistic study about the Picard characteristics of the source manuscript, an index, a glossary, some critical notes and a iconographical list. Appendix: transcriptions from the Alexander Romance of Vasque de Lucene; accounts about Wauquelin's activity from 1440 to 1452; edition of extracts from the Voeux du paon
Blondeau, Chrystèle. "Un conquérant pour quatre ducs : présence et représentations d'Alexandre le Grand à la cour de Bourgogne sous le principat des ducs Valois (1363-1477)." Paris 10, 2003. http://www.theses.fr/2003PA100175.
This work deals with the presence of Alexander the Great at the court of Burgundy under the Valois dukes (1363-1477). In the first part, I make a "panorama" of pieces of art (texts, manuscripts, tapestries) concerning Alexander in the ducal collections and I study Burgundian humanism. In the second part, I study the style and the iconography of the three main manuscripts of my corpus and I try to reconstitute the process of their realisation. The third part deals with the question of the dukes' identification to Alexander the Great and of the success of this figure in the nobility at the end of the 15th century
Simon, Mathilde. ""Ultima Italiae ora" : l'image de la Grande Grèce dans l'historiographie augustéenne à partir de la première décade de Tite-Live." Paris 10, 2001. http://www.theses.fr/2001PA100198.
Livy's work focuses on the histoty of Rome, with the hellenized South of Italy remaining in the background. However, his narrative bears witness ti early contacts between Rome and Magnaa Graecia. From a lexicographical viwpoint, this is documented by Livy's use of the word "Italia". By Augustus'time, the word refers to the whole penisula, as politically unified and divided into regions. But the name Italia, borrowed from the Greek, originally used to designate merely thre territory where Greek settlements were established: in Livy's narrative, the word is polemicaly used in the sense by Rome's foes at the time of the conquest of Italy and the Punic Wars. Magna Graecia is maimly featured in the account of the conquest of Central and Southern Italy in the IVth century BC: it stands as a third party in Rome's struggle against Samnites. .
Allegrini-Simonetti, Pierre. "L'héritage du culte des souverains hellénistiques-Séleucides et Attalides - chez les Imperatores des derniers siècles de la République." Electronic Thesis or Diss., Orléans, 2009. http://www.theses.fr/2009ORLE1105.
In order to research the heritage of the cult to the Seleucid and Attalid sovereigns among the Romans of the late republic, we have first described the very mechanism that brought to the worship of human beings. Regarding the Romans and their king’s divine status, we must notice that no treaty about the Hellenistic monarchies has been entirely kept. Lacking any completely preserved theoretical treaty, we are mostly informed by the remaining official iconography, especially the numismatic and glyptic cultures, as well as the decrees of which were preserved an epigraphic trace, showing us the royal ideology adopted by a great part of the Romans of Asia. Therefore, we will only discuss here the status of the Romans of Asia, in particular of the Great Generals who followed the Seleucids and Attalids. Various sources of inspiration influenced them, especially the worships and cults of the Romans, and the use of the sacred potential of Alexander-the-Great, which legitimized their absolute charismatic power. Furthermore, we will insist on the religious aspect of this phenomenon, as modern historians and authors usually only evoke the political aspect and observe it more as a governing media. Among other things, we will study the impact of this kind of cult on the mid-Asian inhabitants, and we will try to recreate in a precise way the religious mentality of the Greek cultured community, which deified even simple mortals. In fact, in Asia, some Romans and Imperators were raised above humanity, inheriting the cult to the Seleucids and Attalids. Honored as superior powers, some famous personalities could be venerated, as the influent roman culture and the oriental beliefs admitted the divine nature of the rulers
Léger, Jean-François. "Anaxarque d'Abdèrer." Paris 1, 1997. http://www.theses.fr/1997PA010705.
A study of ancient testimonies and fragments about Anaxarchus (380,310?), sceptic, Pyrrho's master, king Alexander's companion
Книги з теми "Alexandre III de Macédoine":
Bury, Richard Girard de. Philippe II et Alexandre le Grand, rois de Macédoine. Paris: Economica, 2011.
Mourousy, Paul. Alexandre III et la France. Paris: France-Empire, 1990.
Troyat, Henri. Alexandre III: Le tsar des neiges. Paris: B. Grasset, 2004.
Corvisier, Jean-Nicolas. Bataille de Chéronée: Printemps - 338 : Philippe II, roi de Macédoine, et le futur Alexandre le Grand. Paris: Economica, 2012.
Cie, Schneider Et. Le Pont Alexandre III a Paris: Pont Roulant de Montage, Montage Des Arcs. HACHETTE BNF, 2013.
Cie, Schneider Et. Le Pont Alexandre III a Paris: Pont Roulant de Montage, Montage Des Arcs. HACHETTE BNF, 2013.
Частини книг з теми "Alexandre III de Macédoine":
Baudin, Rodolphe. "III. Le genre et la structure." In Alexandre Radichtchev, 29–51. Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, 2012. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/books.pus.2115.
de Meaux, Lorraine. "9. Alexandre III, le dernier autocrate." In La Russie des tsars, 193–213. Perrin, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3917/perri.hecht.2017.01.0193.
Maïdi, Houari. "Chapitre III. Alexandre, la mort du père." In Les souffrances de l’adolescence, 165–69. Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2008. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/books.pufc.12613.
"Chapitre III Alexandre et l’unité de la Physique." In Alexandre d'Aphrodise, Commentaire perdu à la "Physique" d'Aristote (Livres IV-VIII), 33–37. De Gruyter, 2011. http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/9783110216462.33.
"ÉTUDE III: ALEXANDRE D’APHRODISE ET SYRIANUS COMME SOURCES DU COMMENTAIRE D’ASCLÉPIUS." In Trois études sur la tradition des commentaires anciens à la Métaphysique d'Aristotle, 99–186. BRILL, 2001. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004321137_004.
Avril, Joseph. "La vie des paroisses d’après quelques lettres du pape Alexandre III." In Papauté, monachisme et théories politiques. Volume I, 19–28. Presses universitaires de Lyon, 1994. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/books.pul.17973.
"A. D’Innocent III à Alexandre IV, les premières expériences, 1198-1261." In Religion and law in Medieval Christian and Muslim Societies, 53–130. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1484/m.relmin-eb.4.00005.
Capdetrey, Laurent. "Chapitre III. L’Asie Mineure : espace périphérique et nouveaux pouvoirs." In L’Asie Mineure après Alexandre (vers 323-vers 270 av. J.-C.), 123–66. Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/books.pur.160484.
Taber, Douglass F. "Metal-Mediated Carbocyclic Construction: The Simpkins Synthesis of Ialibinones A and B." In Organic Synthesis. Oxford University Press, 2013. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780199965724.003.0075.
Тези доповідей конференцій з теми "Alexandre III de Macédoine":
Poblador Muga, María Pilar. "Pont Alexandre III Built for the Exposition Universelle of 1900." In Spain: Comparative Studies oт History and Culture. Novosibirsk State University, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.25205/978-5-4437-1247-5-104-123.
You might want to see the page in this language: English.