Gli spazi del vissuto nel Medioevo. Scritti per Paola Galetti

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Author: Nicola Mancassola (Editor)
Year of printing: 2024
ISBN: 9788892852020
e-ISBN: 9788892852037

Description

Premise
For some years, in the academic world, the practice has spread that when a university professor finishes his service, his closest collaborators, without his "knowledge", produce a miscellaneous work in recognition of the scientific path undertaken. That's not the case with this book. Paola Galetti, not following the current practice, decided to give herself a volume in which to directly invite friends, colleagues and young researchers (many trained by doing their doctorate with Paola) who in various capacities and in various circumstances have shared paths of common research. Precisely because the interest had shifted from the contents to the people, the authors were not given any specific theme, but were left free to pay homage to Paola in the way they preferred. Depending on individual personal sensitivities, broader and more detailed contributions have been created, compared to other more precise and specific ones. However, what emerged in all of them was the attention to be consistent with the specific lines of investigation that Paola has carried out in these decades of teaching and study at the University of Bologna. The result was a coherent volume, which was possible to divide into four thematic nodes: the history of studies, Piacenza, the city and the territory. The chronological span ranges from the late ancient age to the final centuries of the Middle Ages, while the geographical area, although mainly centered on Po Valley Italy, reaches the center and south of the Peninsula, also opening windows onto medieval Europe: Spain and Poland . An aspect that emerges forcefully in the volume and that has always characterized Paola's scientific production is undoubtedly its interdisciplinarity, so the participation of historians, archaeologists, engineers and art historians makes the work quite lively and full of insights methodological reflection.
Here there is no need to retrace Paola Galetti's academic career and research path, as they are well known and very clear. What I would like to focus on is a brief personal note. It has been a great pleasure for me to have the honor of editing the proceedings of this volume. With Paola and with the research group of Vito Fumagalli's school (Bruno Andreolli, Massimo Montanari and Gianfranco Pasquali), in twenty years of activity at the University of Bologna I had the opportunity to grow and train as a researcher and to carry forward my autonomous lines of study. In this process, Paola's role was fundamental, not only through the teachings received, but also for the great correctness and availability demonstrated. It is sufficient to point out that all the research on early medieval Piacenza society would not have been possible if Paola, without any hesitation, had not made available the large amount of data that she had collected and which only a small part of had been published. For these and a thousand other reasons I can only be grateful and always remember with great affection and pleasure the Bolognese years of common research.
I close this brief introduction with dutiful thanks to Mila Bondi, Mattia Cantatore and Marco Cavalazzi who in various capacities gave me great help in the editing phase of the volume and in the revision of the drafts.
Finally, a great wish to Paola that her exit from the University ranks coincides with a period of well-deserved rest, from which to draw renewed energy for new and always stimulating research.

Nicola Mancassola

Contents
  • Premessa, di Nicola Mancassola

Storia degli studi

  • 1. Andrea Augenti, Alle origini dell’archeologia medievale: la Chronologia Architectonica di John Aubrey
  • 2. Leardo Mascanzoni, Romagna e Burckhardt: qualche considerazione

Piacenza

  • 3. Mattia Francesco Antonio Cantatore, L’edilizia pubblica ed ecclesiastica a Piacenza tra l’età tardoantica e l’alto Medioevo
  • 4. François Bougard, Le décret d’élection de l’évêque Gui de Plaisance (905)
  • 5. Nicola Mancassola, Piacenza in età carolingia. Articolazione sociale e struttura della comunità cittadina. Alcuni primi spunti di riflessione
  • 6. Giorgia Musina, Il comitato di Piacenza nell’alto Medioevo
  • 7. Paolo Golinelli, San Sisto di Piacenza e i monasteri femminili in rapporto con Matilde di Canossa

La città

  • 8. Giovanni Mochi, Riflessioni sull’arte del costruire in laterizio
  • 9. Mila Bondi Cercasi casa in città. Edilizia residenziale altomedievale in Emilia Romagna
  • 10. Riccardo Rao Istituzioni comunali ed edilizia pubblica a Piombino nel Medioevo
  • 11. Elisa Erioli, Il cantiere cittadino come crocevia di rapporti personali nell’Italia settentrionale tra XIII e XIV secolo
  • 12. Massimo Montanari, Cibo per i cittadini. Politiche di approvvigionamento alimentare nell’Italia medievale e moderna

Il territorio

  • 13. Giuliano Volpe, Un protagonista delle campagne dell’Apulia et Calabria romana e tardoantica: il vicus
  • 14. Marco Valenti, Alle origini di un sito di successo: Miranduolo nel VII secolo
  • 15. Sauro Gelichi, Alessandra Cianciosi, Torri romane e bizantine nei pressi della laguna di Venezia: un contributo dallo scavo della Torre Caligo a Jesolo
  • 16. Fabio Saggioro, Scavi e ricerche a Piuro: dalla frana del 1618 alla storia del luogo
  • 17. Marco Cavalazzi, Le forme del popolamento rurale nelle pianure di area Esarcale dopo la fine dell’Età romana
  • 18. Andrzej Buko, Sepolture d’élite delle fasi iniziali dello stato polacco (seconda metà X-prima metà XI del secolo)
  • 19. Alberto García Porras, Moisés Alonso Valladares, Juan Manuel Ríos Jiménez, Un molino bajo La Alhambra. Orígenes del molino del Rey Chico en el cauce del Río Darro
  • 20. Federico Zoni, Murature medievali in opus quadratum nella Diocesi di Reggio Emilia. Svolte costruttive tra età canossana e primi secoli dell’età comunale
  • 21. Stefano Degli Esposti, I castelli dei signori di Brunforte: insediamenti e potere di una famiglia della Marca nel pieno Medioevo
  • 22. Gabriele Archetti, Paderno in Franciacorta: note di storia
  • 23. Paolo Pirillo, Insediamenti abbandonati in un’area del Contado fiorentino (secc. XI-XV)
  • 24. Alfio Cortonesi, Popolamento e dinamica insediativa in un territorio mezzadrile. Montalcino, secoli XIII-XV
  • 25. Gian Pietro Brogiolo, I de Manerva (XII-inizi XV secolo): realtà e mito di una famiglia rurale, tra toponimi, stratigrafie e affreschi
  • 26. Danilo Morini, Res comunis et guarnimenta et furnimenta. Vita quotidiana e armamenti nei castelli di Rubiera e Dinazzano nel 1322 dagli “Inventari di mobili e forniture esistenti nei castelli e forti del distretto”
  • 27. Francesco Panero, Una comunità fra signori locali e signori territoriali: Agliè (TO) tra metà Trecento e metà Quattrocento
  • 28. Francesca Pucci Donati, Alle origini dell’insediamento veneziano a Tana (prima metà del XIV secolo)
  • 29. Emilio Martín Gutiérrez, Uno sguardo ai boschi dell’Andalusia nel XIV secolo. Riflessioni dalla Storia dell’ambiente
  • 30. Pinuccia F. Simbula, Itinerari del riso. Circolazione e sperimentazioni colturali nella Sardegna tardomedievale
  • 31. Francesca Stroppa, Strutture rurali e lavori agricoli nelle fonti storico-artistiche

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Weight :1,350 kg
Dimensions:29,7x21x1,9 cm
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Place of printing

Sesto Fiorentino (FI)

Year of printing

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Book

Pages

318

Illustrations

illustrations in black and white and color

Binding

paperback

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e-ISBN

Language

French, Italian, Spanish

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paper, Google Play ebook, Torrossa ebook

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