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See detailWem gehört Johann, Graf von Luxemburg und König von Böhmen? Grabstätte und Erinnerungspolitik in wandelnden Zeiten des Nation-Building
Margue, Michel UL

in Kmec, Sonja; Philippart, Robert L.; Reuter, Antoinette (Eds.) Ewige Ruhe? Concession à perpétuité? Grabkulturen in Luxemburg und den Nachbarregionen. Cultures funéraires au Luxembourg et dans les regions voisines (2019)

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See detailKlostervogtei zwischen monastischem Diskurs und bilateraler Aushandlung am Beispiel des zentralen lotharingischen Raums (10. – Anfang 12. Jahrhundert)
Margue, Michel UL

in Adermann, Kurt; Bünz, Enno (Eds.) Kirchenvogtei und adlige Herrschaftsbildung im europäischen Mittelalter (2019)

Within the Lotharingian space, the role played by advocacy in the shaping of princely territories from the tenth to the eleventh century has been viewed as fundamental by ancient studies sharing a ... [more ▼]

Within the Lotharingian space, the role played by advocacy in the shaping of princely territories from the tenth to the eleventh century has been viewed as fundamental by ancient studies sharing a juridical and institutional perspective. However, a recent reassessment of relationships between nobility and monasteries, makes necessary a re-evaluation of the links between advocates and monasteries. Our rereading is carried out in three steps: a critical view on the historiography of advocacy, a deconstruction of the monastic discourse on advocates and a fresh look at the links between comital advocates and abbey and on advocacy as a space of bilateral negotiation. The dominant discourse on the advocacy’s evolution has led to the development of an image from an institutional perspective, starting with its Carolingian origins and the « advocates-agents » of the central power (« Beamtenvogtei »), then moving to the ducal and comital advocates during the eleventh and twelfth centuries (« Edelvogtei » or « Herrenvogtei »), leading to the progressive abandonment of advocacy in the course of the last three centuries of the Middle Ages. To oversimplify, advocacy is pictured as an institution (« Rechtsinstitut ») with well-defined normative and juridical characteristics. However, its socio-cultural aspects, viewed in the larger context of relationships between nobility and regular clergy, remain neglected. As a result, advocacy is frequently perceived negatively as a source of conflicts with monasteries. It was in the course of the second half of the eleventh century that was born the image of a society polarised between a reformed monastic environment attempting at freeing itself from the laity and « usurping » counts-advocates « oppressors » of monks and rural communities. It then developed before entering modern and contemporary historiography. One needs to relativize and nuance such views, on the one hand by deconstructing the monastic discourse, by disclosing its strategies, and, on the other, by taking a wider look at other socio-cultural links between advocates and monasteries for which they ensure protectio. Indeed, the polarizing discourse carried by monastic sources hide many instances of positive representation of ducal and comital advocates, particularly between the middle of the tenth century and the middle of the twelfth, pertaining to the « high » advocacy exerted by dukes and counts. It is only with the development of the « inferior » advocacy (“Untervogtei”), which occurred in the beginning of the twelfth century, that advocacy started to be portrayed as a plague to be fought. One must therefore view the usage of that negative image of the advocate in terms of a strategy adopted by monasteries, aiming at permanently renegotiate rights between the two parts in the management of monastic patrimony. The analysis of links between the advocates and their monasteries necessitates taking into account elements that are at the same time complex and of various orders: social features such as the seigniorial world’s social and political hierarchy, economical factors such as the evolution of monastic lordship, religious factors such as memoria shared between monks and prominent laypeople. By taking into account other actors such as central power, ministerials and representatives of rural communities, the so-called gradual regulations of the advocates’ rights appear more like parts of exchange processes, of (re)negotiations or strengthening of common interests, shared between the lay and the monastic worlds. [less ▲]

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See detailLes Adalbéron – un lignage « épiscopal » ? Fonction épiscopale et structuration parentale en Lotharingie (Xe-XIe siècle)
Margue, Michel UL

in The Medieval Low Contries. History, Archaeology, Art and Literature (2019), 6

La « parenté épiscopale » a été présentée comme un des freins à la formation des lignages en Germanie aux Xe et XIe siècles. En Lotharingie, cette thèse a été illustrée par le cas de la « parentèle ... [more ▼]

La « parenté épiscopale » a été présentée comme un des freins à la formation des lignages en Germanie aux Xe et XIe siècles. En Lotharingie, cette thèse a été illustrée par le cas de la « parentèle épiscopale » des « Adalbéron » au sein de la « famille d’Ardenne », donc des descendants du comte Wigéric (899-916/919). Pour ce cas spécifique, la transmission des fonctions épiscopales du Xe au XIIe siècle doit cependant être revue en fonction de la transmission du nom programmatique d’« Adalbéron », de sa charge symbolique, de son objectif et des différents aspects de sa pratique (formation, parcours, élévation à la dignité épiscopale, arrangements et conflits internes au groupe parental, relation au pouvoir central). L’étude montre le passage de la « parentèle épiscopale » fondée sur l’alliance et l’amitié à une nouvelle structure d’organisation parentale, le « lignage épiscopal ». Celui-ci constitue au début du XIe siècle une étape transitoire vers la lignée fondée sur la transmission patrilinéaire du château. Contrairement à cette dernière, il met au centre la transmission d’oncle à neveu et résulte d’une situation de concurrence au sein de la « Maison d’Ardenne », du poids politique accru de la fonction épiscopale et du contrôle croissant du pouvoir ottonien, et s’achève logiquement avec la Réforme Grégorienne. [less ▲]

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See detailLa voix du peuple ? Vote et élection avant la démocratie à travers le cas du Luxembourg au Moyen Âge et dans la première modernité
Adde, Éloise; Dönges, Christa Annette UL; Genot, Gilles et al

in Frieseisen, Claude; Moes, Régis; Polfer, Michel (Eds.) et al #wielewatmersinn. 100 Jahre allgemeines Wahlrecht in Luxemburg, 100 ans de suffrage universel au Luxembourg (2019)

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See detailVerschriftlichung und Institutionalisierung der Herrschaftspraxis: zwei Seiten einer Medaille? Zur Entwicklung fürstlicher Herrschaft am Beispiel der Grafen von Luxemburg (Ende des 12. bis Anfang des 14. Jahrhunderts)
Margue, Michel UL

in Roebert, Sebastian; Ghignoli, Antonella; Neustadt, Cornelia (Eds.) et al Von der Ostsee zum Mittelmeer. Forschungen zur mittelalterlichen Geschichte für Wolfgang Huschner. Dal Mar Baltico al Mediterraneo. Ricerche di storia medievale per Wolfgang Huschner (2019)

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See detailLa Lotharingie en question : identités, oppositions, intégration / Lotharingische Identitäten im Spannungsfeld zwischen integrativen und partikularen Kräften
Margue, Michel UL; Pettiau, Hérold UL

Book published by CLUDEM (2018)

This volume contains the proceedings of the 14th Journées Lotharingiennes, held at the University of Luxembourg, in October 2006 and devoted to the analysis of the development of political identities in ... [more ▼]

This volume contains the proceedings of the 14th Journées Lotharingiennes, held at the University of Luxembourg, in October 2006 and devoted to the analysis of the development of political identities in Lotharingia, from the ninth century onward. It contains 17 contributions groupes une the following headings: (1) Eléments fédérateurs; (2) Dissensions internes et identités régionales ; (3) Vecteurs identitaires; (4) La persistance de l'idée lotharingienne. [less ▲]

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See detailChâteaux et prieurés vers 1100 en Lotharingie centrale : de la dynamique de la fondation aux rapports ambivalents. Useldange et les autres
Margue, Michel UL

in Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire (2018), 95

The study of the priory of Useldange, founded at the end of the 11th or at the beginning of the 12th century nearby the homonymous castle, allows us to deepen our understanding of the more general ... [more ▼]

The study of the priory of Useldange, founded at the end of the 11th or at the beginning of the 12th century nearby the homonymous castle, allows us to deepen our understanding of the more general question of castral priory foundations in the Meuse-Moselle area. Numerous such foundations are documented for the southern Lorraine region, most notably those of the Burgundian Molesme Abbey. Dispatching monks to the North, more precisely to Useldange, was an exceptional move and deserves study. Aside from the more local context, this foundation enables an in-depth study of the features that characterise this period of profound upheavals: the social hierarchy of the lay aristocracy, the appearance of combined castral and monastic seigneuries (“seigneuries bifaces), the radiation of the Benedictine resurgence in rural areas and its influence on the origins of small towns, and, lastly, the peculiarities of the different types of castle landscapes (“Burglandschaften”) and monastery landscapes (“Klosterlandschaften”) on both sides of the frontier between France and the Empire. [less ▲]

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See detailZwentibold, roi (895-900) et Gislebert, duc (928-939) du royaume de Lothaire. Pouvoir et légitimation, histoire et mémoire
Margue, Michel UL

in Margue, Michel; Pettiau, Hérold (Eds.) La Lotharingie en question. Identités, oppositions, intégration. Lotharingische Identitäten im Spannungsfeld zwischen integrativen und partikularen Kräften. Actes des 14es Journées Lotharingiennes (2018)

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See detailThe territorial principalities in Lotharingia
Pauly, Michel UL; Margue, Michel UL

in Loud, Graham A.; Schenk, Jochen (Eds.) The Origins of the German Principalities, 1100-1350 (2017)

The creation of the territorial principalities was a lengthy process that was still far from over in the mid-fourteenth century. It is best not to speak of ‘states’ even in this period. But by this time ... [more ▼]

The creation of the territorial principalities was a lengthy process that was still far from over in the mid-fourteenth century. It is best not to speak of ‘states’ even in this period. But by this time the great lords of old Lotharingia had, by and large, succeeded in replacing the old face-to-face mode of lordship, and in integrating the regional nobles and burghers, and a majority of the newer religious foundations, into a ‘land’. All the different powers, both noble and burgher, as well as the prince, benefited from the establishment of a large territory with common peace and law, which protected them against outside threats and internal fragmentation, and from the encouragement of economic development. The integration of knightly vassals and burghers into the structures of government made the territorial lordships more efficient thanks to their differing areas of expertise. [less ▲]

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See detailPour une redéfinition dynamique des relations entre comtes et abbayes (fin IXe – fin XIe siècle). Conclusions
Margue, Michel UL

in Trajectoires. Travaux des jeunes chercheurs du CIERA (2017), Hors série n° 2

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See detailTRANSSCRIPT. Writing and Governance. Cultural Transfers between France and the Empire
Salemme, Timothy UL; Pettiau, Hérold UL; Margue, Michel UL et al

Textual, factual or bibliographical database (2017)

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See detailLotharingien als Reformraum (10. bis Anfang des 12. Jahrhunderts). Einige einleitende Bemerkungen zum Gebrauch räumlicher und religiöser Kategorien
Margue, Michel UL

in Herbers, Klaus; Müller, Harald (Eds.) Lotharingien und das Papsttum im Früh- und Hochmittelalter: Wechselwirkungen im Grenzraum zwischen Germania und Gallia (2017)

This anthology is devoted to Lothringia, once a key territory in the Carolingian Empire and later a border and contact zone between the Kingdoms of Germany and France. The essays seek to encourage ... [more ▼]

This anthology is devoted to Lothringia, once a key territory in the Carolingian Empire and later a border and contact zone between the Kingdoms of Germany and France. The essays seek to encourage systematic research on the relationship between the papacy and this dynamic territory in the heart of Europe, thus encouraging consideration of a Lotharingia pontificia. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxemburg, Brabant und die Karolinger. Versuch einer Neubewertung der Selbstdarstellung der beiden ersten Kaiser aus dem Hause Luxemburg
Vomacka, Eloïse UL; Margue, Michel UL

in Dolezalova, Eva (Ed.) Ověnčený slávou, láskou i pohrdáním. Jan Lucemburský a Karel IV. v historické paměti (2017)

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See detailIdentités monastiques dans un monde bouleversé: Représentations identitaires dans la Chronique de Saint-Hubert dite Cantatorium (diocèse de Liège, début XIIe s.)
Margue, Michel UL

in Vanderputten, Steven; Tjamke, Snijders; Diehl, Jay (Eds.) Medieval Liège at the crossroads of Europe: monastic society and culture, 1000 - 1300 (2017)

This volume collects studies on the role of monastic institutions in the exchange of cultural and socio-economic capital in the medieval diocese of Liège. During the high Middle Ages, the bishopric of ... [more ▼]

This volume collects studies on the role of monastic institutions in the exchange of cultural and socio-economic capital in the medieval diocese of Liège. During the high Middle Ages, the bishopric of Liège found itself at a cultural crossroads between the German Empire and the French lordships. The Liègeois themselves summed up the situation when they declared that: ‘Gaul considers us its most distant inhabitants, Germany as nearby citizens. In fact we are neither, but both at the same time’. This same complexity is also echoed by present-day historians, who have described Liège as a hub of interactions between two great civilisations. Medieval monastic communities in Liège were key sites of this exchange, actively participating in the cultural developments, social networks, and political structures of both regions. Bringing together the work of international scholars, this collection of essays addresses the problem of monastic identity and its formation in a region that was geographically wedged between two major competing socio-political powers. It investigates how monastic communities negotiated the uncertainties of this situation, while also capitalizing on the opportunities it presented. As such, this book sheds light on the agency of monastic identity formation in a small but complex region caught at the crossroads of two major powers. [less ▲]

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See detailAachen - Mailand - Rom - Jerusalem: die Luxemburger als Kaiserdynastie. Die Kaiserkrönung Heinrichs VII. in den maas-moselländischen Quellen
Margue, Michel UL

in Penth, Sabine; Thorau, Peter (Eds.) Rom 1312. Die Kaiserkrönung Heinrichs VII. und die Folgen. Die Luxemburger als Herrscherdynastie von gesamteuropäischer Bedeutung (2016)

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See detailEcrire et s’engager. Jean-Paul Lehners en cinq images
Pauly, Michel UL; Margue, Michel UL

in Franz, Norbert; Kolnberger, Thomas; Péporté, Pit (Eds.) Bevölkerungen, Verbindungen, Grundrechte. Festschrift für Jean-Paul Lehners (2015)

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See detailStructures de parenté et processus d'identification dans la Lotharingie des X et XIe siècles. Le cas du groupement familial dit "d'Ardenne"
Margue, Michel UL

in Joye, Sylvie; Lienhard, Thomas; Jégou, Laurent (Eds.) et al Splendor Reginae. Passions, genre et famille. Mélanges en l'honneur de Régine Le Jan (2015)

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See detail"Et viriliter se defendebat". Images masculines de la femme guerrière aux derniers siècles du Moyen Age
Margue, Michel UL

in Sieburg, Heinz (Ed.) Geschlecht in Literatur und Geschichte: Bilder - Identitäten - Konstruktionen (2015)

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