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Amendola, Cristiano ULiege

in Frare, Pierantonio; Langella, Giuseppe; Frasso, Giuseppe (Eds.) Dizionario Biblico della Letteratura Italiana (in press)

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See detailTropical moss floras: a homogeneous assemblage of highly mobile species? Insights from their spatial patterns of beta diversity
Norhazrina, N.; Wang, J.; Hagborg, A. et al

in Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (in press)

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See detailLe projet EpistolART à la lumière de lettres évoquant Léonard de Vinci
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Girotto, Carlo Alberto; Lucas-Fiorato, Corinne (Eds.) L'écriture épistolaire entre Renaissance et Âge baroque. Pratiques, enjeux, pistes de recherche (in press)

Le projet EpistolART explore le matériau épistolaire dans le but de mieux préciser le statut socio-professionnel des artistes de la Renaissance italienne. Dans ce cadre, le "Carteggio inedito d’artisti ... [more ▼]

Le projet EpistolART explore le matériau épistolaire dans le but de mieux préciser le statut socio-professionnel des artistes de la Renaissance italienne. Dans ce cadre, le "Carteggio inedito d’artisti dei secoli XIV, XV, XVI" de Johann Wilhelm Gaye (1839-1840) constitue l’un de nos corpus privilégiés. Méritoire le travail de Gaye n’en demeure pas moins dépassé : les transcriptions, souvent partielles et contestables, requièrent une actualisation, suivant les critères de la philologie, de la codicologie et de la paléographie moderne. Cette contribution s'organise autour de trois lettres évoquant Léonard de Vinci, lettres publiées dans les volumes de Gaye et dont les membres du projet EpistolART proposent une nouvelle édition. Elles constituent des documents extrêmement précieux pour écrire l’histoire des relations entre le maître florentin et la France. Si les historiens qui se sont penchés sur la vie et l’œuvre de Léonard de Vinci connaissent ces correspondances, rares sont ceux qui ont recouru aux documents épistolaires originaux. Or, ce n’est qu’au départ d’un texte sûr, appréhendé tant dans sa matérialité que dans ses contenus, que peuvent se déployer des analyses scientifiquement fondées. [less ▲]

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See detailIn search of the painters of the Theban necropolis in the 18th dynasty. Prolegomena to an analysis of painterly practices in the tomb of Amenemope (TT29)
Laboury, Dimitri ULiege; Tavier, Hugues

in Angenot, Valérie; Tiradritti, Francesco (Eds.) Artists and Painting in Ancient Egypt (in press)

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See detailGeorges Ier d'Amboise et l'aménagement intérieur du château de Gaillon
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Provini, Sandra (Ed.) La Renaissance à Rouen. L'essor artistique et culturel des décennies 1480-1530 (in press)

Figure emblématique de la Renaissance rouennaise et normande, Georges Ier d’Amboise rassemble une bibliothèque exceptionnelle, notamment constituée de manuscrits ayant appartenu aux rois aragonais de ... [more ▼]

Figure emblématique de la Renaissance rouennaise et normande, Georges Ier d’Amboise rassemble une bibliothèque exceptionnelle, notamment constituée de manuscrits ayant appartenu aux rois aragonais de Naples. Le cardinal s’intéresse également à l’architecture, comme peu de ses contemporains, privilégiant les formes et les fonctions nouvelles, spécialement celles en vigueur en Italie. Il participe aussi à la fortune française d’artistes italiens de renom, comme Andrea Mantegna, Léonard de Vinci, Pérugin ou Andrea Solario, dont il commande ou acquiert des œuvres afin de décorer ses demeures, le château de Gaillon en tête. Mais, alors que son rôle dans la diffusion, au nord des Alpes, des idées et des motifs venus d’Italie est indéniable, le portrait de Georges Ier d’Amboise amateur d’art comprend bien d’autres facettes. Prolongeant une recherche entamée à l’occasion de la parution de l’ouvrage Georges Ier d’Amboise 1460-1510. Une figure plurielle de la Renaissance (2013), cette contribution entend s'arrêter sur les objets et les œuvres d’art que l’on peut associer au mécénat et/ou aux possessions de l’archevêque de Rouen. Nous nous pencherons sur les productions italiennes qui sont liées à Georges Ier d’Amboise mais aussi sur les étoffes, les pièces d’orfèvrerie et les tableaux de chevalet, qui sont mentionnés en nombre dans les comptes de dépenses de la construction du château de Gaillon et dans les inventaires qui décrivent les biens meubles conservés dans les demeures du cardinal. L’analyse de ces sources – que jusqu’ici les historiens ont surtout utilisées pour restituer la chronologie du château de Gaillon, rétablir la distribution intérieure de la demeure ou décrire la célèbre bibliothèque du légat alors qu’elles se révèlent extrêmement précieuses pour présenter les collections du conseiller de Louis XII – montre que le goût de Georges Ier d’Amboise, bien que novateur, s’inscrit aussi dans la continuité de celui des amateurs français de la fin du Moyen Âge. [less ▲]

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See detailLéonard de Vinci et d'autres. Artistes italiens au service de François d'Angoulême (et de Louise de Savoie)
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Lastroiali, Chiara (Ed.) L'Italia e Francesco I. Scambi, influenze, diffidenze fra Medioevo e Rinascimento (in press)

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See detailBiolaw and dual use dilemma: the freedom of scientific research in relationship with traditional and emerging sciences and technologies
Colussi, Ilaria Anna ULiege

in International Journal of Biolaw (in press)

Science and technology require an intervention by the law, and law is called upon to intervene in front of their evolution, and to look for proper solutions of governance and rational responses to their ... [more ▼]

Science and technology require an intervention by the law, and law is called upon to intervene in front of their evolution, and to look for proper solutions of governance and rational responses to their risks. One of the main issues to be investigated from the legal viewpoint is represented by the ‘dual-use dilemma’ that arises both in ‘traditional’ and new areas of techno-sciences. Indeed, any kind of research has the potential to be used both for bad as well as for good purposes. Therefore, it is important to reflect upon the ways to control possibly dangerous research without preventing the progress from going further. Such ‘dual-use dilemma’, then, entails the study of one of the fundamental freedoms in the biolaw area: the freedom of scientific research, its limits, and relationship with other rights/needs/freedoms (such the need of security). This work focuses on two areas of the techno-scientific world. One is more ‘traditional’, i.e. nuclear science, in whose context the reflections on ‘dual-use’ were born and developed, and the other one is a new emerging technology, which is synthetic biology. The aim is to understand how the freedom of scientific research could be shaped in relationship with other rights/needs/interests for dealing with ‘dual-use’ issues in the aforementioned areas of science and technology. [less ▲]

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See detailOpen Implementation of DICOM for Whole-Slide Microscopic Imaging
JODOGNE, Sébastien ULiege; LENAERTS, Eric ULiege; MARQUET, Lara ULiege et al

in Proceedings, 12th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications (VISAPP 2017) (in press)

This paper introduces an open implementation of DICOM for whole-slide microscopic imaging, following Supplement 145 of the DICOM standard. The software is divided into two parts: (a) a command-line tool ... [more ▼]

This paper introduces an open implementation of DICOM for whole-slide microscopic imaging, following Supplement 145 of the DICOM standard. The software is divided into two parts: (a) a command-line tool to convert an whole-slide image to the DICOM format, and (b) a zero-footprint Web interface to display such DICOM images. The software architecture leverages the DICOM server Orthanc. The entire framework is available as free and open-source software. The existence of this software supports the development of digital pathology and telepathology in clinical environments, featuring a smooth integration with existing EHR and PACS solutions. [less ▲]

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See detailArt. Liège et la Guerre de Cent Ans
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege

in Moeglin, Jean-Marie (Ed.) Dictionnaire Guerre de Cent Ans (in press)

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See detailEarliest Mississippian rugose corals of eastern Australia: post-disaster fauna across the Devonian-Carboniferous Boundary?
Denayer, Julien ULiege; Webb, Gregory

in Palaeodiversity & Palaeoenvironments (in press)

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See detailL’apport de la papyrologie à la connaissance des pratiques et stratégies alimentaires dans l’Antiquité tardive 3. Papyrus documentaires grecs relatifs à l’alimentation et à la cuisine (IIIe/Ve siècles)
Ricciardetto, Antonio ULiege

in Pratiques et stratégies alimentaires dans l'Antiquité tardive. Actes des journées d'études, 28-29 novembre 2016, Nancy (in press)

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See detailWas there a Roman Linguistic Imperialism during the Republic and the early Principate
Rochette, Bruno ULiege

in Lingue e Linguaggio (in press)

One of the main consequences of the Roman conquest was the diffusion of the Latin language and of Roman culture throughout the conquered countries. According to many texts of the imperial period, Latin ... [more ▼]

One of the main consequences of the Roman conquest was the diffusion of the Latin language and of Roman culture throughout the conquered countries. According to many texts of the imperial period, Latin became a universal language during the Imperium Romanum. But what is the reality? Did Rome develop any linguistic policies? There is some evidence to show that Rome’s response regarding the sociolinguistic problems that arose under its rule was to be flexible and willing to adapt to the specific requirements of each situation. Under the Republic and the early Principate, there was, in fact, a great flexibility in language use by the Romans in their dealings with the Greek world. Even though Latin-Greek bilingualism was widespread among the Romans of the Republic and the early Principate, in the public context, Latin maintained a high-level role because it represented the language of Rome’s power. In spite of this flexible approach to language use, a natural competition developed between the language of the dominant and the language of the dominated. In the Occident, Latin became the only vehicle of communication, both oral and written, whereas in the Orient, one notes a paradoxical situation: the Hellenization of the Romans due to the high cultural position of the Greek language. However, this dichotomy did not produce a division of the Roman Empire into two impenetrable parts, closed to mutual linguistic and cultural influences, but rather, it generated a more complicated situation, especially in the Oriental part of the Empire. It is this situation that will be analyzed in the present paper. [less ▲]

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See detail'Les orphelins sur la tombe de leur mère' at the Crossing with Flemish Tradition
Peere, Isabelle ULiege

in B·A·S·I·S: Ballads and Songs - International Studies (in press)

The study proposes a comparative analysis of the French-language and Flemish/Dutch versions of the international ballad deriving from the Danish 'Moderen under Mulde' (Dgf 89), and on this basis ... [more ▼]

The study proposes a comparative analysis of the French-language and Flemish/Dutch versions of the international ballad deriving from the Danish 'Moderen under Mulde' (Dgf 89), and on this basis identifies three French-language texts recorded in North-east France and Wallonia yet showing closer affinities to the neighbouring Flemish tradition. In the light of both textual traditions, their unilateral adoption of Flemish motifs and their enhancing effect suggests deliberate selection rather than mere geographical proximity or bilingualism as explanation for their hybridization. [less ▲]

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See detailChronique du colloque international "Médecine et christianisme : sources et pratiques" (Paris, 15-16 septembre 2016)
Carlig, Nathan ULiege

in Lettre d'informations du Centre Jean Palerne (in press)

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See detailSystem-based approaches for structural optimization of flexible mechanisms
Tromme, Emmanuel; Held, Alexander; Duysinx, Pierre ULiege et al

in Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering (in press)

This paper reviews the state-of-the-art methods to perform structural optimization of flexible mechanisms. These methods are based on a system-based approach, i.e. the formulation of the design problem ... [more ▼]

This paper reviews the state-of-the-art methods to perform structural optimization of flexible mechanisms. These methods are based on a system-based approach, i.e. the formulation of the design problem incorporates the time response of the mechanism that is obtained from a dynamic simulation of the flexible multibody system. The system-based approach aims at considering as precisely as possible the effects of nonlinear dynamic loading under various operating conditions. Also, the optimization process enhances most existing studies which are limited to (quasi-) static or frequency domain loading conditions. This paper briefly introduces flexible multibody system dynamics and structural optimization techniques. Afterwards, the two main methods, named the weakly and the fully coupled methods, that couple both disciplines are presented in details and the influence of the multibody system formalism is analyzed. The advantages and drawbacks of both methods are discussed and future possible research areas are mentioned. [less ▲]

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See detailDemeter's Arrival at Eleusis on an Apulian Oinochoe kept in Foggia
Cuvelier, Graham ULiege

in Babesch : Bulletin Antieke Beschaving (in press)

This article offers an interpretation of the scene depicted on the body of an Apulian red-figured oinochoe, assigned to the Darius Painter, now kept in the storage of the Museo Civico of Foggia. This ... [more ▼]

This article offers an interpretation of the scene depicted on the body of an Apulian red-figured oinochoe, assigned to the Darius Painter, now kept in the storage of the Museo Civico of Foggia. This interpretation is based on the analysis of the iconographic language of the Apulian imagery as well as on the connexion in series of this scene with those appearing on contemporary vases produced in the same cultural community. This article is also accompanied by a set of previously unpublished colour pictures (of the entire vase and of several details) taken on site by the author. [less ▲]

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See detailL'enquête sur le fragment apulien Kiev 147 a
Cuvelier, Graham ULiege

in Mètis : Revue d'Anthropologie du Monde Grec Ancien : Philologie, Histoire, Archéologie (in press)

Starting with a drawing of the late 19th century, completed by a recent and unpublished picture, this article presents the journey of an Apulian fragment attributed to the circle of the Darius Painter ... [more ▼]

Starting with a drawing of the late 19th century, completed by a recent and unpublished picture, this article presents the journey of an Apulian fragment attributed to the circle of the Darius Painter. This journey is associated with the history of the research related to this fragment, from its discovery in Ruvo in 1869 until its rediscovery in 2000 in Kiev. Then come a description and an iconographic analysis of the scene depicted on it, followed by the interpretations which have been given to it. [less ▲]

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See detailReconciling Plato’s and Aristotle’s Cosmologies. Attemps at Harmonization in Simplicius
Gavray, Marc-Antoine ULiege

in Strobel, Benedikt (Ed.) Die Kunst der philosophischen Exegese bei den antiken Platon- und Aristoteles Kommentatoren (in press)

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See detailLe "Politique" de Platon. Introduction, texte, traduction et commentaire
Dixsaut, Monique; El Murr, Dimitri; Gavray, Marc-Antoine ULiege et al

Book published by Vrin (in press)

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