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  • Authors: Derwael, Stéphanie;
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    Authors: Buelens-Terryn, Margo;

    Abstract: Eind vorig jaar zette de prestigieuze Sight & Sound-poll voor het eerst een film van een vrouwelijke regisseur bovenaan de lijst van ‘Best Films of All Time’. Het was de Belgische Chantal Akerman aan wie deze eer te beurt viel, met haar film ‘Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles’ uit 1975. Deze film wordt gezien als “the first masterpiece of the feminine in the history of the cinema”. Vrouwen die door middel van projecties en beelden hun agency tentoonstellen, hun kijk op de huidige samenleving weergeven en op deze manier een plekje in de publieke sfeer opeisen, kennen een langere geschiedenis dan vaak verondersteld wordt. En ook vrouwelijke lanternisten, sprekers die gebruik maakten van de projectielantaarn, belanden nog steeds in het vergetelhoekje van het vroegtwintigste-eeuwse lezingencircuit.

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  • Authors: Valdes-Socin, Hernan Gonzalo; Pétrossians, Patrick;

    Following the death of Alexander the Great, the Macedonian Ptolemies ruled Ancient Egypt from 323 BC to 30 BC. On a mosaic and coins, a portrait of Berenice II, one member of this dynasty of pharaohs, is notable for prominent eyes and neck .Following the death of Alexander the Great, the Macedonian Ptolemies ruled Ancient Egypt from 323 BC to 30 BC. Whether these peculiar representations of queen Berenice II are a mimesis (a truly resemblance for Greeks) or just an artistic exaltation, we shall not know. As the traces of Ptolemy’s dynasty fade away, the mystery about Berenice II eyes remains unsolved.

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  • Authors: Von Hoffmann, Viktoria;

    This article uses Galen’s De complexionibus and its reception as a thread to examine the part played by the sense of touch in the assessment of bodily mixtures. According to Galen, complexions were assessed by touching patients with the skin of the palm of the hand because it is “at the precise midpoint between all the extremes” and, thus, well-mixed. This article examines how this extraordinary claim about the discriminative power of touch was received from the late Middle Ages up to the early modern period, with a special focus on Renaissance thought. By following Galen’s text and its various forms and appropriations, the aim is to illuminate the fluid understanding of the Galenic notion of “complexion” (complexio) in relation to changing epistemologies of touch in Renaissance medicine, notably by shedding light on the anatomical concept of “substance” (substantia).

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  • Authors: George, Philippe;

    Synthèse sur les reliques des saints en Europe, principalement les authentiques

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  • Authors: Rendu, William; Renou, Sylvain; Koliasnikova, Anastasiia; Baumann, Malvina; +9 Authors

    During the MIS 4 in Southwestern France, Quina Neanderthal from the north of the Aquitaine was characterized by a hunting specialization on the reindeer and the lack of diversity in their diet. They developed task-specific locations dedicated to the capture, the butchery, and the consumption of reindeer, and the whole society seems, in this region, to be dependent on this food resource. In this context, the site of Chez-Pinaud at Jonzac (France) occupies a specific place. First, interpreted as a reindeer kill and butchery site, the recent recovery of the site underlines the importance of the large ungulate (horse and bison) to the faunal spectrum (30% of the NISP). Considering the quantity of meat and grease that these species can provide to hunters, the new zooarchaeological analyses suggest that at least the horse may have played a major role in the diet of the Neanderthal population. Since Jonzac is one of the largest sites for this period, these results relativize the importance of reindeer specialization of the Quina population and the lack of diversityl in their diet.

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  • Authors: Baumann, Malvina; Plisson, Hugues; Maury, Serge; Renou, Sylvain; +7 Authors

    Did Neanderthal produce a bone industry? The recent discovery of a large bone tool assemblage at the Neanderthal site of Chagyrskaya (Altai, Siberia, Russia) and the increasing discoveries of isolated finds of bone tools in various Mousterian sites across Eurasia stimulate the debate. Assuming that the isolate finds may be the tip of the iceberg and that the Siberian occurrence did not result from a local adaptation of easternmost Neanderthals, we looked for evidence of a similar industry in the Western side of their spread area. We assessed the bone tool potential of the Quina bone-bed level currently under excavation at chez Pinaud site (Jonzac, Charente-Maritime, France) and found as many bone tools as flint ones: not only the well-known retouchers but also beveled tools, retouched artifacts and a smooth-ended rib. Their diversity opens a window on a range of activities not expected in a butchering site and not documented by the flint tools, all involved in the carcass processing. The re-use of 20% of the bone blanks, which are mainly from large ungulates among faunal remains largely dominated by reindeer, raises the question of blank procurement and management. From the Altai to the Atlantic shore, through a multitude of sites where only a few objects have been reported so far, evidence of a Neanderthal bone industry is emerging which provides new insights on Middle Paleolithic subsistence strategies.

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  • Authors: Den Doncker, Alexis;
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  • Authors: Delfosse, Annick; Dekoninck Ralph,;

    Cet article est consacré aux cérémonies spectaculaires organisées dans les Pays-Bas pour célébrer les canonisations d'Ignace de Loyola et de François Xavier. Il se concentre en particulier sur la manière dont la culture festive locale, caractérisée par une longue tradition de Joyeuses Entrées spectaculaires, a façonné ces événements. Par rapport à ces modèles antérieurs, quel langage nouveau et spécifique a été créé pour exprimer la transcendance d'un absent, le saint, et à travers lui le Divin ? Existait-il une relation plus évidente entre l'émerveillement et le sacré ? Nous tentons de répondre à ces questions à travers l'étude d'un cas particulier : les festivités organisées par la ville universitaire de Douai. Nous explorons la manière dont les textes et les images proposent, à travers des mises en scène assez sophistiquées, une recréation de ce qui s'est passé plutôt qu'une représentation. This paper is devoted to the spectacular ceremonies organised in the Low Countries to celebrate the canonisations of Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier. It focuses in particular on how local festive culture, characterised by a long tradition of spectacular Joyous Entries, has shaped these events. Compared to these previous models, what kind of new and specific language was created to express the transcendence of an absentee, the saint, and through him the Divine? Did a more obvious relationship exist between wonder and the sacred? We seek to answer these questions through the study of a particular case: the festivities organised by the university town of Douai. We explore the ways in which texts and images propose, through rather sophisticated displays, a re-creation of what happened rather than a representation. Cultures du Spectacle Baroque

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    Abstract: Eind vorig jaar zette de prestigieuze Sight & Sound-poll voor het eerst een film van een vrouwelijke regisseur bovenaan de lijst van ‘Best Films of All Time’. Het was de Belgische Chantal Akerman aan wie deze eer te beurt viel, met haar film ‘Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles’ uit 1975. Deze film wordt gezien als “the first masterpiece of the feminine in the history of the cinema”. Vrouwen die door middel van projecties en beelden hun agency tentoonstellen, hun kijk op de huidige samenleving weergeven en op deze manier een plekje in de publieke sfeer opeisen, kennen een langere geschiedenis dan vaak verondersteld wordt. En ook vrouwelijke lanternisten, sprekers die gebruik maakten van de projectielantaarn, belanden nog steeds in het vergetelhoekje van het vroegtwintigste-eeuwse lezingencircuit.

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  • Authors: Valdes-Socin, Hernan Gonzalo; Pétrossians, Patrick;

    Following the death of Alexander the Great, the Macedonian Ptolemies ruled Ancient Egypt from 323 BC to 30 BC. On a mosaic and coins, a portrait of Berenice II, one member of this dynasty of pharaohs, is notable for prominent eyes and neck .Following the death of Alexander the Great, the Macedonian Ptolemies ruled Ancient Egypt from 323 BC to 30 BC. Whether these peculiar representations of queen Berenice II are a mimesis (a truly resemblance for Greeks) or just an artistic exaltation, we shall not know. As the traces of Ptolemy’s dynasty fade away, the mystery about Berenice II eyes remains unsolved.

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    This article uses Galen’s De complexionibus and its reception as a thread to examine the part played by the sense of touch in the assessment of bodily mixtures. According to Galen, complexions were assessed by touching patients with the skin of the palm of the hand because it is “at the precise midpoint between all the extremes” and, thus, well-mixed. This article examines how this extraordinary claim about the discriminative power of touch was received from the late Middle Ages up to the early modern period, with a special focus on Renaissance thought. By following Galen’s text and its various forms and appropriations, the aim is to illuminate the fluid understanding of the Galenic notion of “complexion” (complexio) in relation to changing epistemologies of touch in Renaissance medicine, notably by shedding light on the anatomical concept of “substance” (substantia).

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