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    Authors: Bessy, Christian;

    "In this contribution, an endogenous conception of law is defended which can be deployed in regard of different scales of time and domains of the law. In this article, the focus is mainly on labor law. In the first part, a history of the French employment contract law is presented by proposing a grid of its foundations and evolution from the distinction of different principles of justice generating conventions. The change of conventions and its impact on law is precisely treated. In a second part, the recent evolution of this law will be exposed by showing the key role played by legal intermediaries in the contractualization of the working relationship, based on a database of employment contracts. It is shown how lawyers can generate an increasing strategic use of law, disconnected from territorialized conventions, if they do not play their role of mediator between different logics. In the conclusion, the emergence of a transnational law and the transformation of the lawyer profession are questioned." (author's abstract)

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    Authors: Štular, Benjamin; Lozić, Edisa; Eichert, Stefan;

    International audience; The use of topographic airborne LiDAR data has become an essential part of archaeological prospection, and the need for an archaeology-specific data processing workflow is well known. It is therefore surprising that little attention has been paid to the key element of processing: an archaeology-specific DEM. Accordingly, the aim of this paper is to describe an archaeology-specific DEM in detail, provide a tool for its automatic precision assessment, and determine the appropriate grid resolution. We define an archaeology-specific DEM as a subtype of DEM, which is interpolated from ground points, buildings, and four morphological types of archaeological features. We introduce a confidence map (QGIS plug-in) that assigns a confidence level to each grid cell. This is primarily used to attach a confidence level to each archaeological feature, which is useful for detecting data bias in archaeological interpretation. Confidence mapping is also an effective tool for identifying the optimal grid resolution for specific datasets. Beyond archaeological applications, the confidence map provides clear criteria for segmentation, which is one of the unsolved problems of DEM interpolation. All of these are important steps towards the general methodological maturity of airborne LiDAR in archaeology, which is our ultimate goal.; L'utilisation de données LiDAR aéroportées topographiques est devenue un élément essentiel de la prospection archéologique, et la nécessité d'un flux de travail de traitement des données spécifique à l'archéologie est bien connue. Il est donc surprenant que peu d'attention ait été accordée à l'élément clé du traitement: un MNE spécifique à l'archéologie. En conséquence, le but de cet article est de décrire en détail un MNE spécifique à l'archéologie, de fournir un outil pour son évaluation automatique de la précision et de déterminer la résolution de grille appropriée. Nous définissons un DEM spécifique à l'archéologie comme un sous-type de DEM, qui est interpolé à partir de points au sol, de bâtiments et de quatre types morphologiques de caractéristiques archéologiques. Nous introduisons une carte de confiance (plug-in QGIS) qui attribue un niveau de confiance à chaque cellule de la grille. Ceci est principalement utilisé pour attacher un niveau de confiance à chaque caractéristique archéologique, ce qui est utile pour détecter les biais de données dans l'interprétation archéologique. La cartographie de confiance est également un outil efficace pour identifier la résolution de grille optimale pour des ensembles de données spécifiques. Au-delà des applications archéologiques, la carte de confiance fournit des critères clairs pour la segmentation, qui est l'un des problèmes non résolus de l'interpolation DEM. Tous ces éléments sont des étapes importantes vers la maturité méthodologique générale du LiDAR aéroporté en archéologie, qui est notre objectif ultime.

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    Authors: Crowley, Cornelius;

    L'article analyse les interprétations divergentes de la notion d'autorité de l'histoire, dans le champ académique de la recherche menée par les historiens, puis dans le contexte directement politique d'un projet articulé autour de l'idée de nation. Sont examinées les conditions de crise et de rupture de l'ordre politique européen après 1914, où les auteurs de la proclamation d'une république d'Irlande en 1916, acteurs de l'insurrection de Pâques, ont invoqué l'autorité de histoire comme fondement de leur geste et sont ensuite parvenus à faire autorité dans la mise en perspective nationaliste de l'histoire irlandaise. The present article examines the divergent meanings of the authority of history as it is concurrently invoked, in the procedures of academic research and in the explicitly political context of a project articulated around the idea of nationhood. The analysis focuses on the exceptional moment of crisis affecting the European order after 1914, a moment when the signatories of the 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic, protagonists in the Easter Rising, invoked the authority of history in support of an event subsequently to be endowed with an interpretational authority within a nationalist perspective on Irish history. The present article examines the divergent meanings of the authority of history as it is concurrently invoked, in the procedures of academic research and in the explicitly political context of a project articulated around the idea of nationhood. The analysis focuses on the exceptional moment of crisis affecting the European order after 1914, a moment when the signatories of the 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic, protagonists in the Easter Rising, invoked the authority of history in support of an event subsequently to be endowed with an interpretational authority within a nationalist perspective on Irish history.

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    Authors: Wion, Anaïs; Damon-Guillot, Anne; Weisser, Stéphanie;

    Musical instruments were used in the Christian realm of Ethiopia during the early modern period for proclamations, major religious celebrations, court ceremonies, and the movement of the king and his troops inside and outside of royal cities, as well as for signaling the start of battles. Only the powerful had the prerogative of having certain instruments played. The nägarit (kettledrums) were also insignia of power. Owning or displaying them was an expression of power as much as having them played. The nǝsǝr qana were doubel-reed instruments associated with the king. Originally insignia of Oromo military might, the mäläkäts, long trumpets, were gradually adopted in the Christian realm as the Oromo came to share in exercising power. On the basis of evidence drawn from a study of images, horns, though still present on the battlefield, seem to have lost prestige to the benefit of trumpets. Aethiopica, Vol 19 (2016)

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    Authors: POLIS, Stéphane; RAZANAJAO, Vincent;

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    Authors: Costa, Laurent; Duplouy, Alain; Eyraud, Franck; Sarris, Apostolos;

    International audience; As part of the archaeological research program conducted in Itanos since 1994, an archaeological survey was carried out on a substantial portion (about 20 sq. km) of the territory of the ancient city. The area surrounding Itanos offers an exceptional site that has not been occupied by any important human settlement since the Middle Ages. It thus appears as a fossilized map of the ancient occupation and presents an exceptional case in the history of the Cretan landscape. During the past few years, archaeologists have collected a huge quantity of information, that will now be presented to the scholarly community. All data have been organized in a database that is fully compatible with a GIS system. Since 2006 this searchable database offering the records of the survey has been made available online on the website of the French School of Archaeology. It is the intent of this article to present the heuristic and technical principles which lie at the basis of the project. Moreover, a GIS platform, offering a digital elevation model and a chronological distribution of all the archaeological sites surveyed, has recently been accessible on the website of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies. This GIS platform will be continually augmented by additional data and will eventually offer a powerful interpretive tool to archaeologists, which will integrate the physical conditions of the landscape which are at the core of historical explanation.; Dans le cadre du programme de recherche archéologique mené à Itanos depuis 1994, une prospection archéologique a été réalisée sur une partie importante (environ 20 km²) du territoire de la cité antique. Les environs d'Itanos offrent un espace exceptionnel qui n'a été occupé par aucun établissement humain important depuis le Moyen Âge. Il apparaît ainsi comme une carte fossilisée de l'occupation antique et présente un cas exceptionnel dans l'histoire du paysage crétois. Au cours des dernières années, les archéologues ont recueilli une énorme quantité d'informations, qui vont maintenant être présentées à la communauté scientifique. Toutes les données ont été organisées dans une base de données entièrement compatible avec un système SIG. Depuis 2006, cette base de données consultable offrant les enregistrements de l'enquête a été mise en ligne sur le site Web de l'École française d'Athènes. Cet article a pour but de présenter les principes heuristiques et techniques qui sont à la base du projet. Par ailleurs, une plateforme SIG, proposant un modèle numérique d'élévation et une répartition chronologique de l'ensemble des sites archéologiques étudiés, est depuis peu accessible sur le site de l'Institut d'études méditerranéennes de Rethymnon. Cette plateforme SIG sera continuellement enrichie de données supplémentaires et offrira à terme un puissant outil d'interprétation aux archéologues, qui intégrera les conditions physiques du paysage qui sont au cœur de l'explication historique.

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    Archeologia e Calcolatori
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    Authors: Micollier, Evelyne;

    International audience; Framing “new ethics” within both Chinese and international characteristics has become a pressing issue, while China’s research and innovation policy encourages a turn towards a knowledge economy and while a number of international/Chinese corporations delocalize industrial production in poorer countries offering cheaper labour. Plural health ideas, practices and medical sciences currently develop within the broader framework of social and economic transformation of the Chinese society. Voices from civil society at large wish also to participate in the debates going on in the official, academic and media spheres. On one side, ethno-(medical) ethics may be contested by most international development actors who strongly support a universalistic view of ethics; on the other side, local/national knowledge through the voices of a number of lay people’s groups, locally-based and trained experts, and official actors gain ground for recognition. Of course positions taken by all these stakeholders towards such knowledge in terms of knowledge production, decision-making, and policy implementation may widely diverge. Issues raised in the 2000s relative to medical ethics, bioethics and the New Health Reform guidelines and implementation, will be discussed. My study is based on data collected using anthropological methodology within the framework of a research project (2006-2011), conducted in partnership between the Peking Union Medical College/Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Human and Social Sciences Department, Center for Bioethics (IRD and PUMC/CAMS) in Beijing. My paper is organized in three parts: the first part builds on the 2000s health reform; the second one is about ethno-ethnics in China and elsewhere; and the third reports about ongoing discussions in China on a few medical ethics-related issues.

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    Authors: Gelati, Francesco;

    The European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) portal website aims to aggregate digitally available archival descriptions concerning the Holocaust. This portal is actually a meta-catalogue, or an information aggregator, whose biggest goal is to have up-to-date information by means of building sustainable data pipelines between EHRI and its content providers. Just like in similar archival information aggregators (e.g. Archives Portal Europe or Monasterium), the XML-based metadata standard Encoded Archival Description (EAD) plays a key role. The article presents how EADs are imported into the portal, mainly thanks to the Open Archive Initiative protocols.

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    Authors: Fujii, Toshiyuki; Albarède, Francis;

    International audience; Evidence of 109 Ag/ 107 Ag variability in ancient silver coins led us to calculate the reduced partition functions for 107 Ag and 109 Ag in various dissolved Ag species by ab initio methods in order to evaluate the extent of Ag fractionation in fluids and the potential of Ag isotopes to discriminate between different metal sources. We used a hybrid density functional implemented by the Gaussian 09 code and consisting of Bickley's three-parameter non-local hybrid exchange potential with Lee-Yang-Parr non-local functionals. The ratios ln b of reduced partition functions were for the free Ag + ion with various degrees of hydra-tion, hydrates, chloride complexes, sulfides, sulfates, Sb-As sulfosalts, and Ag-ammines. At 0 °C, the magnitude of the nuclear field shift effect between metal and dissolved sulfide is À1 Â 10 À4. Using literature stability fields at different temperatures, we conclude that only weak Ag isotope fractionation is expected in the Ag-Cl-S system regardless of the pH of hydrothermal solutions at 300 °C. Stronger effects are predicted when Sb and As are added to the solutions. Bonding with SbS 3 and AsS 3 reduces ln b values by $2 Â 10 À4. Under the more oxic conditions of the subsurface and at the temperatures of groundwater , Ag should be present as Ag + and, at higher chlorinity, as AgCl 0. The latter component is isotopically heavier than Ag +. In groundwater underneath forests and grasslands, ammonia resulting from nitrogen fixation produces the particularly strong complex known as di-ammine silver Ag(NH 3) 2 + (Tollen's reagent). Upon reduction by aldehydes and melanin, Ag(NH 3) 2 + precipitates metallic Ag(0). Biological oxidation of NH 3 to NO 2 À and NO 3 À (nitrification) also is expected to destroy Ag(NH 3) 2 + and precipitate metallic Ag(0). Both chloragyrite (AgCl) and native Ag are found among the weathering products (gossan) of bedrock ore deposits. The high end of the 109 Ag/ 107 Ag histogram of silver coinage from around the Mediterranean and from Spanish Americas, particularly well-represented in Mexican silver ore, therefore attests to the presence of gossan silver, while the variability at the low end is more likely to represent temperature effects and variable abundances of S, Sb, and As in hydrothermal fluids. Should the yield of Ag during separation chemistry be less than 100%, or samples be altered by meta-morphism, low-temperature Ag isotope fractionation becomes an issue seriously affecting (i) so-far published 109 Ag/ 107 Ag data on chondrites, (ii) ages derived from the extinct 107 Pd-107 Ag chronometer (T 1/2 = 6.5 Ma), and (iii) inferences about the volatile content of the Earth. It is argued that the NIST SRM 978a value should be retained to represent the Bulk Silicate Earth and not the literature values on basalts, which clearly have been affected by incomplete Ag separation.

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    Authors: Campion, Jonas;

    International audience; A la fin de la guerre, la police néerlandaise est dans une situation délicate. Profondément transformée durant l’occupation, elle doit, se réorganiser et s’épurer. Les enjeux de ces processus sont nombreux et primordiaux en termes de rétablissement de l’état de droit et de légitimité d’action des institutions de régulations sociales. L’épuration prend une double forme : judiciaire d’abord, interne ensuite. Dans le cadre de cette communication, notre ambition est d’analyser, au sein de la Koninklijke Marechaussee en pleine réorganisation, les structures internes d’épuration et pratiques en découlant. Les sources mobilisées sont 1) les archives de l’institution, 2) les archives de la Militair Gezag, 3) des dossiers individuels d’épuration administrative (issus du Bureau Juridische Zaken. Zuivering van de Afdeling Politie). Notre propos est de caractériser cette épuration en termes de comportements et personnels poursuivis, mais aussi par rapport aux attentes placées dans ces procédures exceptionnelles. Dans ce but, des comparaisons seront notamment établies avec les épurations des gendarmeries belge et française. Au final, une question majeure guide nos réflexions : savoir si, l’épuration interne du corps de la Marechaussée Royale du corps fut, comme revendiquée à l’époque pour l’ensemble de la société néerlandaise, « rapide, rigoureuse et équitable ? »

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    Authors: Bessy, Christian;

    "In this contribution, an endogenous conception of law is defended which can be deployed in regard of different scales of time and domains of the law. In this article, the focus is mainly on labor law. In the first part, a history of the French employment contract law is presented by proposing a grid of its foundations and evolution from the distinction of different principles of justice generating conventions. The change of conventions and its impact on law is precisely treated. In a second part, the recent evolution of this law will be exposed by showing the key role played by legal intermediaries in the contractualization of the working relationship, based on a database of employment contracts. It is shown how lawyers can generate an increasing strategic use of law, disconnected from territorialized conventions, if they do not play their role of mediator between different logics. In the conclusion, the emergence of a transnational law and the transformation of the lawyer profession are questioned." (author's abstract)

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    Authors: Štular, Benjamin; Lozić, Edisa; Eichert, Stefan;

    International audience; The use of topographic airborne LiDAR data has become an essential part of archaeological prospection, and the need for an archaeology-specific data processing workflow is well known. It is therefore surprising that little attention has been paid to the key element of processing: an archaeology-specific DEM. Accordingly, the aim of this paper is to describe an archaeology-specific DEM in detail, provide a tool for its automatic precision assessment, and determine the appropriate grid resolution. We define an archaeology-specific DEM as a subtype of DEM, which is interpolated from ground points, buildings, and four morphological types of archaeological features. We introduce a confidence map (QGIS plug-in) that assigns a confidence level to each grid cell. This is primarily used to attach a confidence level to each archaeological feature, which is useful for detecting data bias in archaeological interpretation. Confidence mapping is also an effective tool for identifying the optimal grid resolution for specific datasets. Beyond archaeological applications, the confidence map provides clear criteria for segmentation, which is one of the unsolved problems of DEM interpolation. All of these are important steps towards the general methodological maturity of airborne LiDAR in archaeology, which is our ultimate goal.; L'utilisation de données LiDAR aéroportées topographiques est devenue un élément essentiel de la prospection archéologique, et la nécessité d'un flux de travail de traitement des données spécifique à l'archéologie est bien connue. Il est donc surprenant que peu d'attention ait été accordée à l'élément clé du traitement: un MNE spécifique à l'archéologie. En conséquence, le but de cet article est de décrire en détail un MNE spécifique à l'archéologie, de fournir un outil pour son évaluation automatique de la précision et de déterminer la résolution de grille appropriée. Nous définissons un DEM spécifique à l'archéologie comme un sous-type de DEM, qui est interpolé à partir de points au sol, de bâtiments et de quatre types morphologiques de caractéristiques archéologiques. Nous introduisons une carte de confiance (plug-in QGIS) qui attribue un niveau de confiance à chaque cellule de la grille. Ceci est principalement utilisé pour attacher un niveau de confiance à chaque caractéristique archéologique, ce qui est utile pour détecter les biais de données dans l'interprétation archéologique. La cartographie de confiance est également un outil efficace pour identifier la résolution de grille optimale pour des ensembles de données spécifiques. Au-delà des applications archéologiques, la carte de confiance fournit des critères clairs pour la segmentation, qui est l'un des problèmes non résolus de l'interpolation DEM. Tous ces éléments sont des étapes importantes vers la maturité méthodologique générale du LiDAR aéroporté en archéologie, qui est notre objectif ultime.

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    Authors: Crowley, Cornelius;

    L'article analyse les interprétations divergentes de la notion d'autorité de l'histoire, dans le champ académique de la recherche menée par les historiens, puis dans le contexte directement politique d'un projet articulé autour de l'idée de nation. Sont examinées les conditions de crise et de rupture de l'ordre politique européen après 1914, où les auteurs de la proclamation d'une république d'Irlande en 1916, acteurs de l'insurrection de Pâques, ont invoqué l'autorité de histoire comme fondement de leur geste et sont ensuite parvenus à faire autorité dans la mise en perspective nationaliste de l'histoire irlandaise. The present article examines the divergent meanings of the authority of history as it is concurrently invoked, in the procedures of academic research and in the explicitly political context of a project articulated around the idea of nationhood. The analysis focuses on the exceptional moment of crisis affecting the European order after 1914, a moment when the signatories of the 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic, protagonists in the Easter Rising, invoked the authority of history in support of an event subsequently to be endowed with an interpretational authority within a nationalist perspective on Irish history. The present article examines the divergent meanings of the authority of history as it is concurrently invoked, in the procedures of academic research and in the explicitly political context of a project articulated around the idea of nationhood. The analysis focuses on the exceptional moment of crisis affecting the European order after 1914, a moment when the signatories of the 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic, protagonists in the Easter Rising, invoked the authority of history in support of an event subsequently to be endowed with an interpretational authority within a nationalist perspective on Irish history.

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    Authors: Wion, Anaïs; Damon-Guillot, Anne; Weisser, Stéphanie;

    Musical instruments were used in the Christian realm of Ethiopia during the early modern period for proclamations, major religious celebrations, court ceremonies, and the movement of the king and his troops inside and outside of royal cities, as well as for signaling the start of battles. Only the powerful had the prerogative of having certain instruments played. The nägarit (kettledrums) were also insignia of power. Owning or displaying them was an expression of power as much as having them played. The nǝsǝr qana were doubel-reed instruments associated with the king. Originally insignia of Oromo military might, the mäläkäts, long trumpets, were gradually adopted in the Christian realm as the Oromo came to share in exercising power. On the basis of evidence drawn from a study of images, horns, though still present on the battlefield, seem to have lost prestige to the benefit of trumpets. Aethiopica, Vol 19 (2016)

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    Authors: POLIS, Stéphane; RAZANAJAO, Vincent;

    International audience; no abstract

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