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Academie des inscriptions et belles-lettres, vol. 20: comptes rendus des seances de l'annee 1892 (cla - Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres - Wikidata



The three-year CVA Online project began in 2000, when Oxford University's Beazley Archive (Classical Art Research Centre) was invited to undertake the digitization of out-of-print fascicules. Some further digitization has occurred up to 2016. The digitized catalogues can be viewed and browsed through this site, which also provides links to the fully searchable Beazley Archive Pottery Database.

Union Académique | Getty Grant Program | British Academy | University of Oxford | Bavarian Academy | Austrian Academy |
Institut de France ; Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres | Swiss Academy | Unione Accademica Nazionale (Rome)

The three-year CVA Online project began in 2000, when Oxford University's Beazley Archive (Classical Art Research Centre) was invited to undertake the digitization of out-of-print fascicules. Some further digitization has occurred up to 2016. The digitized catalogues can be viewed and browsed through this site, which also provides links to the fully searchable Beazley Archive Pottery Database.

Union Académique | Getty Grant Program | British Academy | University of Oxford | Bavarian Academy | Austrian Academy |
Institut de France ; Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres | Swiss Academy | Unione Accademica Nazionale (Rome)

Under the guidance of Maja Hoffmann, the artistic programme for the LUMA Foundation in Arles has been developed by a “core group” of international advisers comprised of curators, museum directors and artists; Tom Eccles, Liam Gillick, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Parreno and Beatrix Ruf.

Since its inception in 2010, the artistic programme of the LUMA Foundation in Arles has commissioned and presented the work of numerous artists and thinkers privileging experimentation, innovation and collaboration with many of these artistic and intellectual relationships nurtured in Arles resonating throughout the globe. With collaboration at its core, the programme has included research, production, exhibition/presentation and archives, reflecting the three areas of interest to the LUMA Foundation; the arts, human rights and the environment.

Each project has been chosen to illustrate the future ambitions of the centre in Arles, the pre-construction phase serving as a testing ground.

The Minaean people were the inhabitants of the kingdom of Ma'in ( Old South Arabian mʿn , vocalized Maʿīn ; modern Arabic معين Maʿīn ) in modern day Yemen , dating back to the 6th century BCE-150 BCE. [1] It was located along the strip of desert called Ṣayhad by medieval Arab geographers , which is now known as Ramlat Dehem.

The Minaean people were one of four ancient Yemeni groups mentioned by Eratosthenes . The others were the Sabaeans , Ḥaḑramites and Qatabānians . Each of these had regional kingdoms in ancient Yemen, with the Minaeans in the north-west (in Wādī al-Jawf ), the Sabaeans to the south-east of them, the Qatabānians to the south-east of the Sabaeans, and the Ḥaḑramites further east still.

The Minaeans, like some other Arabian and Yemenite kingdoms of the same period, were involved in the extremely lucrative spice trade , especially frankincense and myrrh . [2] Inscriptions found in Qanāwu mention a number of major caravan stations along the trading route, including Yathrib (Medina) and Gaza ; there is also a brief account of how war between the Egyptians and Syrians interrupted the trade for a while.

INFOS le studio ouvrira ses portes le samedi 2 septembre - l'ensemble des cours sera à 5 euros. inscriptions de 10h00 à 16h00 

Nouveau dès la rentrée 2017 - ouverture d'un cours ACADEMIE le samedi matin de 10h15 à 11h15 enfants de 7 à 9 ans - pour présentation du groupe aux concours régionaux et nationaux

Bus :
Ligne 39: arrêt Desnouettes - Vasco de Gama
Ligne 42: arrêt Lecourbe - Vasco de Gama
Ligne 80: arrêt Hameau ou arrêt Duranton
Ligne PC: arrêt Porte d'issy

The three-year CVA Online project began in 2000, when Oxford University's Beazley Archive (Classical Art Research Centre) was invited to undertake the digitization of out-of-print fascicules. Some further digitization has occurred up to 2016. The digitized catalogues can be viewed and browsed through this site, which also provides links to the fully searchable Beazley Archive Pottery Database.

Union Académique | Getty Grant Program | British Academy | University of Oxford | Bavarian Academy | Austrian Academy |
Institut de France ; Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres | Swiss Academy | Unione Accademica Nazionale (Rome)

Under the guidance of Maja Hoffmann, the artistic programme for the LUMA Foundation in Arles has been developed by a “core group” of international advisers comprised of curators, museum directors and artists; Tom Eccles, Liam Gillick, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Parreno and Beatrix Ruf.

Since its inception in 2010, the artistic programme of the LUMA Foundation in Arles has commissioned and presented the work of numerous artists and thinkers privileging experimentation, innovation and collaboration with many of these artistic and intellectual relationships nurtured in Arles resonating throughout the globe. With collaboration at its core, the programme has included research, production, exhibition/presentation and archives, reflecting the three areas of interest to the LUMA Foundation; the arts, human rights and the environment.

Each project has been chosen to illustrate the future ambitions of the centre in Arles, the pre-construction phase serving as a testing ground.

The Minaean people were the inhabitants of the kingdom of Ma'in ( Old South Arabian mʿn , vocalized Maʿīn ; modern Arabic معين Maʿīn ) in modern day Yemen , dating back to the 6th century BCE-150 BCE. [1] It was located along the strip of desert called Ṣayhad by medieval Arab geographers , which is now known as Ramlat Dehem.

The Minaean people were one of four ancient Yemeni groups mentioned by Eratosthenes . The others were the Sabaeans , Ḥaḑramites and Qatabānians . Each of these had regional kingdoms in ancient Yemen, with the Minaeans in the north-west (in Wādī al-Jawf ), the Sabaeans to the south-east of them, the Qatabānians to the south-east of the Sabaeans, and the Ḥaḑramites further east still.

The Minaeans, like some other Arabian and Yemenite kingdoms of the same period, were involved in the extremely lucrative spice trade , especially frankincense and myrrh . [2] Inscriptions found in Qanāwu mention a number of major caravan stations along the trading route, including Yathrib (Medina) and Gaza ; there is also a brief account of how war between the Egyptians and Syrians interrupted the trade for a while.

The three-year CVA Online project began in 2000, when Oxford University's Beazley Archive (Classical Art Research Centre) was invited to undertake the digitization of out-of-print fascicules. Some further digitization has occurred up to 2016. The digitized catalogues can be viewed and browsed through this site, which also provides links to the fully searchable Beazley Archive Pottery Database.

Union Académique | Getty Grant Program | British Academy | University of Oxford | Bavarian Academy | Austrian Academy |
Institut de France ; Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres | Swiss Academy | Unione Accademica Nazionale (Rome)

Under the guidance of Maja Hoffmann, the artistic programme for the LUMA Foundation in Arles has been developed by a “core group” of international advisers comprised of curators, museum directors and artists; Tom Eccles, Liam Gillick, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Parreno and Beatrix Ruf.

Since its inception in 2010, the artistic programme of the LUMA Foundation in Arles has commissioned and presented the work of numerous artists and thinkers privileging experimentation, innovation and collaboration with many of these artistic and intellectual relationships nurtured in Arles resonating throughout the globe. With collaboration at its core, the programme has included research, production, exhibition/presentation and archives, reflecting the three areas of interest to the LUMA Foundation; the arts, human rights and the environment.

Each project has been chosen to illustrate the future ambitions of the centre in Arles, the pre-construction phase serving as a testing ground.


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