Gordon Williamson, Ian Palmer's British Battlecruisers 1914-1918 PDF

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100 Titel-Text, éd. Karl August ECKHARDT, Weimar, 1953 (titre 80, 1 = titre 45, 1 du Pacte). 46 Chapitre 1 15/04/04 16:29 Page 47 APPRÉHENDER LES SOCIÉTÉS DU HAUT MOYEN ÂGE « Si quelque homme veut s’installer chez un autre dans une villa différente et que quelqu’un ou plusieurs de ceux qui se trouvent sur cette villa veulent le recevoir, mais que quelqu’un se manifeste et se prononce contre l’immigrant, que ce dernier n’ait pas l’autorisation de rester là. » Par ailleurs, si l’on admet que l’élément décisif dans la formation du village médiéval est l’émergence de la paroisse, on peut sans état d’âme utiliser un terme qui, somme toute, décrit au mieux ce que les fouilles archéologiques permettent d’observer, en dépit du caractère parfois alors mouvant de l’habitat à grande échelle (c’est-à-dire à « petite échelle » dans le langage courant).

140. Hans-Werner GOETZ, « Regnum : Zum politischen Denken der Karolinger », ZRG GA 104 (1 987), p. 110-189. 141. Ruth SCHMIDT-WIEGAND, « Marca. Zu den Begriffen “Mark” und “Gemarkung” in den Leges barbarorum, dans BECK et alii 1979, vol. 1, p. 74-91 ; OLBERG 1991, p. 141 sqq. 45 Chapitre 1 15/04/04 16:29 Page 46 LES SOCIÉTÉS OCCIDENTALES DU MILIEU DU VIE À LA FIN DU IXE SIÈCLE d’habitants partageant un même sort. L’unité de destin que connaissaient certaines communautés villageoises est illustré par l’évolution du terme lombard fara : à l’origine, il s’agissait du groupe dont la cohésion s’était forgée au cours du « voyage » effectué depuis la Scandinavie jusqu’en Italie; mais une fois installées dans la péninsule, les farae sont devenues des synonymes de « villages » regroupant les « familles » évoquées par Paul Diacre en une définition célèbre 142.

30. 160. , p. 67. 161. , p. 20. 162. Adomnán’s Life of Columba, éd. et trad. Alan O. ANDERSON & Marjorie O. ANDERSON, Oxford 1991, 21b (I, 14), p. 38. 163. Dieter GEUENICH, « Ludwig “der Deutsche” und die Entstehung des ostfränkischen Reiches », dans HAUBRICHS et alii 2000, p. 313-329. 49 Chapitre 1 15/04/04 16:29 Page 50 LES SOCIÉTÉS OCCIDENTALES DU MILIEU DU VIE À LA FIN DU IXE SIÈCLE Lorsqu’on s’interroge sur la conscience qu’avaient les contemporains de Clotaire II, de Liutprand, d’Offa de Mercie ou de Charles le Chauve d’appartenir à tel ou tel royaume, force est de reconnaître qu’on se trouve bien démuni pour trouver une réponse qui ne relève pas essentiellement de la conjecture.

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