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Lefèvre, François

Overview
Works: 17 works in 59 publications in 3 languages and 406 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources 
Roles: Author, Thesis advisor, Opponent, 958
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Most widely held works by François Lefèvre
L'amphictionie pyléo-delphique : histoire et institutions by François Lefèvre( Book )

14 editions published in 1998 in French and held by 187 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Histoire du monde grec antique by François Lefèvre( Book )

9 editions published between 2007 and 2016 in French and Italian and held by 113 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Panorama d'une civilisation éblouissante, depuis la préhistoire jusqu'à la transformation du monde grec en provinces romaines. Alternant la relation chronologique des événements et des exposés synthétiques, ce livre propose une mise au point sur les problèmes, les sources et les enjeux de l'histoire grecque
Corpus des inscriptions de Delphes by François Lefèvre( Book )

13 editions published in 2002 in French and Greek, Ancient and held by 55 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Documents amphictioniques by François Lefèvre( Book )

8 editions published in 2002 in French and Greek, Ancient and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Corpus des inscriptions de Delphes by Georges Rougemont( Book )

3 editions published in 1977 in French and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'hellénisme, d'une rive à l'autre de la Méditerranée : mélanges offerts à André Laronde( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'épée d'académicien d'André Laronde by André Laronde( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les développements architecturaux à Leptis Magna pendant l'époque sévérienne (193 - 235) by Mohamed Ben Aros( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Leptis Magna a joué un rôle essentiel dans l'histoire de l'Afrique du Nord. Ce rôle se base sur des données économiques de la ville et de la bonne gestion de ses élites, qui sont ouvertes à la politique de romanisation en adoptant les coutumes et les modèles de l'architecture romaine. Parmi les élites les plus célèbres, celle de la famille des Spetimii : Septime Sévère qui accéda au trône en 193 après J-.C, sous son règne Leptis Magna atteint son apogée et devient la Rome Africaine, en y édifiant les bâtiments sévériens qui font l'objet de cette étude. Le choix de ce sujet se justifie essentiellement par l'importance de l'urbanisme lepcitain et ses caractéristiques à l'époque sévérienne. Qui ont généré des travaux foisonnants en plusieurs langues. Un bilan est désormais nécessaire qui aura pour objectif de mettre en évidence l'importance et l'originalité de cette phase sévérienne: aussi bien pour la ville elle-même que pour l'idéologie impériale, qui s'est manifestée ici de manière éclatante. Nous essayerons ici de connaitre pour quelles raisons Septime Sévère accorda toute son attention à construire ces édifices somptueux pendant une courte période. Parce qu'elle était sa ville natale ? Où bien, présentait-elle un bénéfice avantageux pour Rome ? L'intérêt de ces monuments grandioses datés de l'époque romaine nécessite une recherche historico-scientifique au niveau du tissu urbain : connaitre leur fonctionnement et leur rôle dans la société romaine; étudier leurs composants esthétiques en essayant de trouver les points communs entre eux; également mesurer l'amplitude de la production artistique et sa relation avec le développement politique et économique de la ville
Grecs et Romains face aux populations libyennes. Des origines à la fin du paganisme (VIIe s. av. J.-C. - IVe s. ap. J.-C.) by Sophie Marini( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Longtemps relégués à un rôle secondaire dans les études consacrées à la Cyrénaïque antique, les Libyens et les relations qu'ils ont entretenues avec les Grecs, puis les Romains, n'avaient été envisagés que sous le prisme de l'hellénisation et de la romanisation. En s'inscrivant dans le cadre de l'évolution historiographique qui, dans ces dernières décennies, s'est consacrée davantage à prendre en considération les deux acteurs de l'interaction, l'objectif de cette thèse est de comprendre comment la rencontre de deux milieux hétérogènes, restés en contact pendant plusieurs siècles, a donné lieu à des influences réciproques et dans quels domaines celles-ci sont apparues. Notre étude se limite aux frontières politiques de la zone d'influence grecque fixées par le diagramma de Ptolémée Ier à Authamalax (actuelle Bu Sceefa) à l'ouest et au Katabathmos Megas (actuelle Solloum) à l'est. Les limites chronologiques quant à elles, sont comprises entre la fondation de Cyrène vers 631 av. J.-C. et le déclin du paganisme au IVe s. ap. J.-C. Organisé en sept chapitres thématiques, le présent travail propose de mettre en perspective les influences réciproques qui se sont opérées entre les Gréco-Romains et les Libyens dans les domaines socio-politique, culturel, religieux et économique à partir des données archéologiques et historiques
Les images dans les Harangues et les Plaidoyers politiques de Démosthène : de la communication politique à la littérature by Matthieu Fernandez( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This work examines how the imagery which Demosthenes takes from nature, medicine and warfare, is a tool of political propaganda and gives a literary shape to his speeches as well. Demosthenes uses this imagery very coherently. In the same speech, he links different kinds of imagery around the same meaning-core. Furthermore, he repeats the same imagery to mean the same thing in different speeches. Demosthenes thus works out true metaphorical slogans so as to promote his main political ideas. Some are taken up by his political friends and fought off by his enemies. Therefore, by studying imagery we can cast a new light on these two fundamental issues in the Ancient Athens of 4th century B.C. : how did the orators use to organise their political propaganda and how might they have collaborated with each other ? But imagery goes beyond this practical aim. Metaphors and similes are literary material which enables Demosthenes to enrich his speeches' style through different registers. They give them a Homeric or a comical tone and shape, when Demosthenes uses some patterns again to extol his policies or to disparage his adversaries. With metaphors and similes, Demosthenes is also rivaling with the recent trends of Kunstprosa, as it is practised by Plato and Isocrates. From this point of view, the speech On the crown has a special place : in this speech, because of its retrospective point of view, which asseses his overall policies, Demosthenes brings his literary claims to a climax. Nevertheless, such an ambition cannot be separated from his rhetorical and practical aims : imagery is being used to defend his policies, in a real panegyric
Cyrène, colonie et capitale. Le destin méditerranéen d'une cité des confins du monde grec (VIIe - Ier s. av. J.-C.) by Hugues Berthelot( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The city of Cyrene provides different faces depending on the perspective adopted to consider it : it is both a colony and a metropol, both the capital city of Cyrenaica and a mere city in the Hellenistic kingdom of the Ptolemies, both a city situated on the borders of the Mediterranean world and a city whose presence incontinental Greece and in Aegea is clear.Since the previous studies focused on the city's political history and the transformation of the urban landscape, we intend in this work to study the evolution of the city's status from its foundation in 631 B.C. by colonists fromThera to its gift by Ptolemy Apion to the Roman Republic in 96 B.C., by focusing on the relations which it maintained with the rest of the Greek world : we searched then Cyrene and the Cyrenaeans outside of their city, foreign objects and foreigners inside the city, relying on epigraphical, numismatical, papyrological and archaeological data.Organised in three parts which coincide with the three major phases of Cyrenaean history, this work investigates the economic, diplomatic and cultural relations between Cyrene and the other Greek cities and strives to detect the main trends of those and to measure their influence on the city itself
La province romaine de Crète-Cyrénaïque, de Pompée à Dioclétien. Histoire, administration, société by François Chevrollier( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Alors que les recherches sur la Crète romaine connaissent un nouveau dynamisme depuis une vingtaine d'années et que les fouilles conduites jusqu'à récemment en Cyrénaïque fournissent de plus en plus d'informations sur la période du Haut-Empire romain, le cadre administratif dans lequel vivaient ces deux régions de l'Orient hellénophone a paradoxalement été mis de côté. La double province de Crète-Cyrénaïque, créée à l'époque de Pompée et qui existe jusqu'à la Tétrarchie, a en effet très peu suscité l'attention des historiens, en raison de son caractère périphérique et de sa marginalité supposée. Cette thèse souhaite réévaluer le rôle historique de la Crète-Cyrénaïque au sein de l'Empire romain et analyser la façon dont les sociétés locales ont réagi à la domination de Rome. La première partie de la recherche s'intéresse à l'histoire administrative de la province, en étudiant la chronologie de sa création et les raisons qui ont conduit Rome à privilégier l'union des deux régions. Les fastes complets des promagistrats en poste en Crète-Cyrénaïque (proconsuls, légats, questeurs, procurateurs) sont établis ; l'organisation interne de la province est ensuite étudiée. Les deuxième et troisième parties se concentrent sur la vie des élites crétoises et cyrénéennes sous domination romaine à partir d'une analyse prosopographique. Sont d'abord proposés les portraits des grandes élites impériales : sénateurs crétois et cyrénéens, archontes du Panhellènion et grands-prêtres du culte des empereurs. On discute ensuite de l'évolution du milieu des notables locaux, en mettant en avant ce que l'entrée dans l'imperium romanum a changé pour eux, ainsi que les modifications de leurs modes de représentation et de leurs stratégies de domination sociale. De nombreux stemmata de grandes familles provinciales sont établis pour mieux rendre compte des réalités des élites locales de la période
L'histoire de la cité d'Euhespérides, depuis sa fondation jusqu'à son abandon (fin du VIIe - milieu du IIIe siècle avant J.-C.) by Salah Zubi( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Euesperides (Benghazi) in Cyrenaica, east of Libya is a Greek city, founded in the late seventh or early sixth century BC. The city is purely Greek; it was founded and inhabited by the Greeks, until they were abandoning it. Abandoned in the middle of the third century BC., It was never reoccupied. The date of the founding of the city is older than previously thought; it was founded by the Greeks from different regions of Greece. One of the main reasons of the foundation of Euesperides in this place is the presence of natural port connected with the lake. The nucleus of the city located on the hill of Sidi Abeid, on the northern edge of the Sebeka Es- Selmani. Then, the city has expanded in all directions. The first mention of the city came from Herodotus in three times. The excavations at the site began in 1952, after identifying its location by aerial photography. By large amounts of pottery discovered on the site of two types - fineware and coarseware , in addition to the amphorae of transport, it turned out that the volume of trade of the city was considerable, and that the importation included different regions of the Mediterranean world.Euesperides was abandoned in the mid-third century, and its inhabitants were then moved to another site, Berenice, located three kilometers to the west. The main reason for the abandonment was a political decision, implemented by force. This decision was taken by Ptolemy III and his wife, Berenice, to punish the people of his resistance to the new authority, demolishing the city and imposing its population to leave the city by force
Histoire du monde grec antique by François Lefèvre( )

in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'Amphictionie pyléo-delphique : histoire et institutions. Corpus des inscriptions amphictioniques by François Lefèvre( Book )

1 edition published in 1993 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This study forms a synthesis of the history and the institutions of the amphictyonic-league of Thermopylae and Delphoi. The first part treats of the origins of the amphictyonic league and geaves an account of its composition from the 6th century bc to ca 250 ad. The most important stages of its history are analyzed and a new chronology for the third century bc is put forward. A second part concerns the institutions of the league: assemblies, magistrates, form and topics of the decrees, type of laws. A third part deals with the proceedings of the meetings. Next, some particular privileged activities of the league are analyzed: its agonic function, its juridical power and its finances. In addition, all inscriptions dealing with the amphictyonic league are re-edited, including new restitutions
L'armée romaine de Cyrénaïque à l'époque impériale by Omran Gaballa( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The study of the ancient history of the Cyrenaica region is important. This region has experienced a long period of Greek occupation from the 8th to the 6th century BC. Followed by Ptolemies, (Egyptian kings) who ruled this area for some time , until the arrival of the Romans. These have given approximately eight centuries , from the year 74 BC. JC . In Roman times, Cyrenaica was organized by province. The province was exposed to some invasions, especially those of the Libyan tribes. The wealth of Cyrenaica has attracted the attention of the invaders. This is why the Romans made after installation in the province, defensive measures for the protection and safety of Cyrenaica .They thus constructed along the borders of the province fortresses, walls, control towers monitoring .They also built a road network to connect the cities of the province and built fortifications around cities. The study military organization, that is to say the organization of the army at the time Roman. The army was made up of military forces, regular and local troops support. We rely on the inscriptions found on some ancient sources and basis for our research. The military organization of troops , weapons used , the means of financing depended mainly Taxes. The study defensive and military means for the protection of the province. Defensive measures are divided into three types the first includes the fortresses, churches and farms fortifies. The study of construction of roads to connect cities, and transport these provisions military. the third means comprises fortifications and towers to protect the five cities of Cyrenaica
La notion d'indépendance en Grèce à l'époque classique by Michiko Yanagidani( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This study aims at the synthesis on the notion of independence in classical Greece, considering that there was a close relation between the notion of state-independence and the international relations among the nearly thousand poleis (cities) whose majority were quite small. In this thesis, I use the word autonomia which could mean independence, and we can also use the word eleutheria (freedom) as the case may be, but the word autonomia is more appropriate. So I study the notion of autonomia of the Greek cities during the fifth century BC by the detailed analysis of the literary sources (Herodotus, Thucydides, Hippocrates, Sophocles et Cratinus) and of the historical inscriptions . Secondly, my thesis intends to demonstrate the progressive legal definition of the Greek concept of autonomia during the fourth century BC. Andocides is the first to connect, from the juridical point of view, autonomia with the synthekai, which often signify the bilateral or multilateral treaties in the international relations. But it is Isocrates who constructs the autonomia-synthekai theory : "Autonomia of the cities is guaranteed internationally by the synthekai". Isocrates develops his ideas on autonomia whenever the common peace is newly concluded. Oaths played an important role in the international treaties, namely in terms of international law in classical Greece
 
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