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Répertoire des traductions françaises des Pères de l'Eglise

NEW on BREPOLiS

We are glad to announce that the first installment (Greek Fathers) of ‘Répertoire des traductions françaises des Pères de l’Église’ (RTF) is now available on www.brepolis.net. All translations into French of works of Greek Fathers, including excerpts, are listed. 

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L'Année philologique - Bibliography of the Classical World

NEW on BREPOLiS

L’Année philologique is a reference bibliography for academic publications relating to Ancient Greek and Roman Civilization. The bibliography is published in print and online. The online database including all volumes published since 1928, the publication year of the first volume, is now available for subscribers. 

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BrepolsOnline Books

BrepolsOnline Books provides instant online access to more than 1,500 academic books published by Brepols. The eBooks are available for purchase in a variety of Collections to serve the library's specific needs and budgets.

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Montpellier au Moyen Âge. Bilan et approches nouvelles
L. Galano, L. Laumonier (eds.)

Appuyé sur une documentation originale, cet ouvrage se présente comme un bilan des travaux passés sur l’histoire médiévale de Montpellier proposant un panel des recherches nouvelles, et atteste du dynamisme des études historiques et archéologiques sur la ville.

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L'imaginaire de l'âge d'or à la Renaissance
Myara Kelif

Une enquête poussée sur les traditions figuratives, interprétatives et sur la popularité de l'un des mythes les plus instrumentalisés dans l'Europe de la Renaissance.

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Les ports des mers nordiques à l’époque viking (VIIe-Xe siècle)
L. Malbos

Marchands, pirates et autres voyageurs n’ont pas attendu le viie siècle pour prendre la mer. Toutefois, alors que les échanges, tant commerciaux que culturels, se développent fortement et que la voile fait son apparition dans les mers nordiques, le contexte est propice à l’essor de grands ports marchands (emporia ou wics) sur leurs rives.

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Church, Censorship and Reform in the Early Modern Habsburg Netherlands
V. Soen, D. Vanysacker, W. François (eds)

This volume helps to contextualise the Counter-Reformation of the seventeenth century in a long-term perspective, identifying the myriad of actors and motives behind this Catholic revival.

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Africans in English Caricature 1769–1819. Black Jokes White Humour
Temi Odumosu

This book explores how and why satirical artists both mocked and utilized African people as a subversive comic weaponry between 1769 and 1819.

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Writing History in Medieval Poland. Bishop Vincentius of Cracow and the 'Chronica Polonorum'
von Güttner-Sporzyński

Poland’s first native chronicler and a proud contributor to the twelfth century renaissance placed his people’s history on a continuum with the classical world. This work brings to light the importance of Poland in the making of Europe.

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