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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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La presa di Gerusalemme del 614 D.C. e l'occupazione sassanide in Palestina / La prise de Jérusalem du 614 après J.-C. et l'occupation sassanide en Palestine / The conquest of Jerusalem in 614 AD and the Sasanian occupation of Palestine

Lauri, Luigi 27 November 2018 (has links)
Le projet de recherche reconstruit, à travers l’analyse et la comparaison de documents écrits et de données archéologiques, les événements qui ont conduit à la prise de Jérusalem en 614. Le but ultime du travail est la création d’une fresque cohérente et exhaustive des événements qui menèrent à la conquête de la région, avec l'espoir de restituer toutes les causes déterminantes et les différents témoignages de ceux qui participèrent directement aux événements ou bien qui en furent spectateurs. L’examen minutieux de ces faits contribue à produire un jugement équilibré et exempt de préjugés sur une période d’importance capitale dans l’histoire du Proche-Orient. / The research project analyses in detail some works which have been realized within Palestinian framework following the ripple of the events that hit this region throughout the latest Roman-Sasanian conflict. The main purpose is that of constituting a congruent framework of works from those who directly suffer the conquest, trying, from one hand to highlight the theological explanation developed following the event, and from the other hand to demonstrate relationships which connect them to other coeval works.
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English Romanesque architecture and the Holy Roman Empire

Plant, Richard January 1998 (has links)
No description available.
3

Matthew Paris and Anglo-Saxon England : a thirteenth-century vision of the distant past

Reader, Rebecca January 1994 (has links)
No description available.
4

Studies in the pre-Conquest history of Glastonbury Abbey

Blows, Matthew J. January 1991 (has links)
No description available.
5

Settlement change in Southern Gaul c.150 BC-AD 100 and the development of Gallia Narbonensis

Matthews, Nicola January 1998 (has links)
No description available.
6

The right of nations to expand by conquest

De Martini, Raymond J. January 1947 (has links)
Thesis (S.T.D.)--Catholic University of America, 1944. / Includes bibliographical references (p. 164-171).
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The Myth of La Malinche: From the Chronicles to Modern Mexican Theater

Perez-Lagunes, Rosario 21 May 2001 (has links)
In the changing discourse on Mexican history, La Malinche has evolved from a historical figure of the Conquest to a national myth and a symbol of all those who have allied themselves with foreigners against their own country and its native values and traditions. On the other hand, La Malinche is regarded as the symbolic mother of the mestizos. This thesis proposes to analyze the figure of La Malinche as both a historical actor in the Conquest of Mexico and as a myth in the creation of contemporary Mexican national identity. Consequently, this study takes into account the chronicles of the conquerors, later Romantic versions, and contemporary cultural and historiographical studies. This study analyzes the changing image of La Malinche in national discourse, especially following Mexico's independence from Spain and the Mexican Revolution, whereupon Mexicans searched for a national identity. It also analyzes different interpretations of twentieth-century scholars as they attempt to vindicate La Malinche from her myth as traitor. Instead, in these interpretations, La Malinche is seen playing important roles as interpreter, strategist, mediator between two different cultures, and feminist symbol. Finally, I rely on twentieth-century Mexican theater to show how the myth of La Malinche is being used, questioned, and revised on stage in accordance with current historiography and socio-economic conditions in Mexico. / Master of Arts
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Go West ! Une étude de l'espace dans les représentations de Los Angeles / Go West ! A study of urban space in the artistic representations of Los Angeles

De Vulpian, Paul 16 October 2015 (has links)
Devenu en quelques décennies un sujet d’étude majeur pour les géographes, urbanistes, et sociologues du monde entier, l’espace urbain de Los Angeles n’a pas encore le destin qu’il mérite dans les études littéraires et cinématographiques. / Although it became a major field of work for geographers, urbanists and sociologists worldwide over the last decades, Los Angeles urban space still doesn’t have the place it deserves in literature and cinematographic studies.
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A presença de Malinche nas crônicas de indias do século XVI /

José, Maria Emília Granduque. January 2011 (has links)
Orientador: Ana Raquel Marques da Cunha Martins Portugal / Banca: Eduardo Natalino dos Santos / Banca: Alberto Ággio / Resumo: Este trabalho se propõe a analisar porque a intérprete Malinche foi descrita com tanta intensidade nas Crônicas de Índias do século XVI. Considerando que a história nessa época era entendida segundo o preceito de "mestra da vida" -, em que os feitos positivos do passado deveriam servir como exemplos para o homem do presente - a escrita dos fatos centrava-se nos acontecimentos grandiosos e nos personagens masculinos como atores principais. Desse modo, a história da conquista espanhola ganhou destaque pela importância no cenário europeu e o conquistador Hernán Cortés se tornou o grande responsável pela vitória sobre os índios, dada a sua coragem e façanha, virtudes exaltadas nessa época. Atentando para esse padrão masculino da escrita da história, o questionamento que se faz a partir dessa explicação é saber o que levou os cronistas de Índias a inserir Malinche em seus relatos ao lado de Cortés? Levando em conta o lugar secundário que as mulheres, os intérpretes e os escravos ocupavam na conquista e nas crônicas, por que, então, uma figura que representa tudo isso esteve centrada nesses textos como uma das protagonistas desse evento? / Abstract: This work proposes to analyze because the interpreter Malinche was described with so much intensity in Chronicles of Indies in the 16th Century. Whereas the history at the time it was understood according to the precept of "teacher of life" -, in which the made positive of the past should serve as examples for the man of present - the writing of the facts was focused on the events grandiose and characters male as well as major players. In this way, the history of the spanish conquest has gained attention because of the importance in the european arena and the conqueror Hernán Cortés has become the major responsible for victory over the indians, given their courage and achievement, virtues exalted at that time. Looking for this pattern of male writing of history, the questioning that is based on this explanation is what has led the chroniclers of Indies to insert Malinche in their reports on the side of Cortés? Taking into account the place secondary to the women, the interpreters and the slaves occupied in the conquest and the chronicles, why, then, a figure that represents everything that has focused on these texts as one of the protagonists of this event? / Mestre
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Irving's use of Spanish sources in The conquest of Granada

Hoffman, Louise Margaret Dwyer, 1895- January 1943 (has links)
No description available.

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