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Histoire et architecture des commanderies en Franche-Comté: Entretien de thèse d'Ecole des chartes

Abstract : Interview with Jean Bernard, student archivist palaeographer of fourth year, about the thesis of École des chartes which he will defend next June, under the supervision of Philippe Plagnieux and François Blary: "To serve and benefit the Lord commander ". The architecture of the commanderies in Franche-Comté. Interview by Léo Davy. Far from the fantasies about the Templar warriors and their brothers Hospitallers, the study of the architecture of the commanderies highlight a very structured organization, since the crusades to the French Revolution. A connection between built heritage and written heritage (medieval and modern archives) reveals a seigniory less military than economic, religious and judiciary. The goal of the rigorous management of this architecture, as pragmatic as symbolic, is the maintenance of a feudal and sovereign, however challenged, seigniory, in the longue durée, until the early modern period.
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Bernard Jean, Léo Davy. Histoire et architecture des commanderies en Franche-Comté: Entretien de thèse d'Ecole des chartes. 2019. ⟨halshs-02512635⟩

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