The interpretation and/or reception of local/regional antiquities (of Roman origin or stemming from other antique civilisations or of prehistoric times)

Date: 28 Mai 2015 au 30 Mai 2015

Organisateur : Frédérique Lemerle (CNRS, CESR-Tours, UMR 7323)

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Thursday 28 May
Morning session, chair Karl Enenkel
9.30 - Karl Enenkel (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)
(chair morning session) Introduction
9.45 - Alain Schnapp (Université Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne)
Megaliths, Thunderstones and Urns
10.30 - Coffee break
10.45 - Bernd Roling (Freie Universität Berlin)
Our white ladies on the graves: Megalith culture and fairy belief in early modern antiquarism
11.30 - Nuno Senos (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa)
The Roman temple of Évora: visions of Antiquity in Portugal
12.15 - Lunch

Afternoon session, chair Harald Hendrix (Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome)
14.00 - Lorenzo Miletti (University of Naples Federico II)
Studying Local Antiquities in the Centers of the Kingdom of Naples (15th-16th centuries): Two Case Studies
14.45 - Christian Peters (Münster University)
From Brick to Marble in 10.000 Verses. Reflections of Sigismondo Malatesta’s Architectural Endeavors in Latin Panegyric Poetry
15.30 - Coffee break
15.45 - Hubertus Günther (University of Zurich)
The Arena of Verona as Modell of the Etruscan Style
Friday 29 May
Morning session, chair Marc Laureys (University of Bonn)
9.00 - Paul Smith (Leiden University)
Rabelais in Quest of an Appropriate Past (Pantagruel 1532)
9.45 - Frédérique Lemerle (CNRS, CESR-Tours)
The survey of Gallo-Roman antiquities in the 17th century
10.30 - Coffee break
10.45 - Barbara Arciszewska (University of Warsaw)
The role of ancient remains in Sarmatian culture of early modern Poland
11.30 - Kristoffer Neville (University of California Riverside)
History and Architecture in Habsburg Vienna ca. 1700
12.15 - Lunch

Afternoon session, chair Stephan Hoppe (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich)
14.00 - Roswitha Simons (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
O felix Agrippina nobilis Romanorum Colonia - the Humanist Reception of he Roman Remains at Cologne in the 16th Century
14.45 - Krista De Jonge (KU Leuven)
Luciliburgensia Romana, Roman Luxemburg and the Creation of an Appropriate Past. Humanist Writings and Material Evidence from the Mansfeld Context
15.30 - Coffee break
15.45 - Konrad Ottenheym (Utrecht University)
17th-Century theories on Roman fortifications along the Northern limes: between Brittenburg and Xanten
16.30 - Final discussion
Saturday 30 May
Excursion to Chambord and Blois, organised by Frédérique Lemerle