Feliciter ! Des royaumes mérovingiens aux royaumes d'Orient : recherche sur les élites et les modes d'expression du pouvoir au Moyen Âge.

Abstract : This thesis presents the results of research conducted over the past thirty years on the history of medieval elites.  The thesis focuses on two major topics. The first is the society of the Latin East. Publication of a genealogical text, Les lignages d’Outremer, has been followed by a series of studies of the noble families of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem and an edition of an account of a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The second area is royal sigillography. Studies of the seals of medieval French queens and their children constitute one facet of this research, whereas examination of the seals found on 250 diplomas in the Archives nationales has facilitated exploration of the seals of Merovingian and Carolingian kings and emperors. The discovery of human hair in the seals has prompted the search for possible explanations of this phenomenon, which are proposed and discussed in different parts of the dossier, particularly in an appendix, "De anolo." An additional, supplementary part of my work has focused on the conservation of seals and the development of methods to prevent their deterioration.
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Marie-Adélaïde Nielen. Feliciter ! Des royaumes mérovingiens aux royaumes d'Orient : recherche sur les élites et les modes d'expression du pouvoir au Moyen Âge.. Littératures. Paris, Ecole nationale des chartes, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019ENCP0001⟩. ⟨tel-02010310v2⟩

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