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[MEDIEVALE:318] Re: [MEDIEVALE:316] Décès du Prof. Dr. Philip Grierson Bernard DUTHOIT



Bonjour à tous
Oui
Un grand auteur qui nous quitte surtout pour ceux qui s'intéressent à la 
numismatique!
Jugez-en par ce qui suit, espérons seulement que tous ces travaux soient 
menés à leur terme.
Savez-vous par exemple ce qu'il en est des travaux sur les Pays-Bas?
Bien cordialement
Bernard Duthoit

Medieval European Coinage is a major international work of reference for 
medieval numismatists, archaeologists and historians. The series of some
17 volumes,
published by
Cambridge University Press,
will cover the coinage of Europe c. 450 to c. 1500, region by region. The 
MEC Project will produce the first comprehensive survey of European medieval 
coinages
since the Traité de numismatique du moyen âge of Engel and Serrure (3 vols, 
1891-1905). Each volume of MEC provides an authoritative, up-to-date account
of the coinage of an area, written by experts in the field. The text is 
accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue of the coins in the unrivalled 
collection
of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, which has largely been formed by
Professor Philip Grierson.

The first volume of MEC was published in 1986, and the critically-acclaimed 
volume 14 on Southern Italy appeared in 1998. A further eight volumes are 
currently
in preparation. A full list of volumes follows.

List of volumes
1. The Early Middle Ages (5th-10th Centuries).
P. Grierson
and M. A. S. Blackburn
(published 1986).

2. Germany I: Western Germany.
P. Ilisch
(in preparation).
3. Germany II: North-eastern Germany
4. Germany III: Central and Southern Germany

5 (i). France I: The age of the denier.
M. Bompaire
(in preparation).
5 (ii). France II: Later royal and feudal coinages.

6. Spain and Portugal.
A. Balaguer and M. Crusafont
(in preparation).

7 (i) The Low Countries I: The Early Coinage and the Pre-Burgundian South.
P. Grierson with S. Boffa
(in preparation).

7 (ii) The Low Countries II: The North and the Burgundian Period.
P. Grierson with S. Boffa (in preparation).

8. The British Isles I
9. The British Isles II

10. The Nordic Countries.
J. Steen Jensen
(in preparation).

11. Hungary and the Balkans.
E. Oberländer-Târnoveanu
(in preparation).

12. Italy I: Northern Italy.
W. R. Day Jr.,
M. Matzke
and
A. Saccocci
(in preparation).
13. Italy II: Central Italy.
W. R. Day Jr.,
A. M. Stahl
and
L. Travaini
(in preparation).
14. Italy III: South Italy, Sicily, Sardinia.
P. Grierson
and
L. Travaini
(published 1998).

15. Central and Eastern Europe.
B. Paszkiewicz
(in preparation)

16. The Crusader States

17. Kingdoms of Arles and Lorraine

MEC authors and staff

MEC volumes are written by acknowledged experts in their field. The project 
is based in the Department of Coins and Medals of the Fitzwilliam Museum, 
and
is co-ordinated by
Philip Grierson
and
Mark Blackburn.
The generosity of our
funding bodies
allows the employment of a full-time research associate,
William Day Jr..

Anna Balaguer and
Miquel Crusafont are independent scholars and members of the
Societat Catalana d'Estudis Numismàtics, Barcelona.
Their many publications include Crusafont's important catalogue, Acuñaciones 
de la Corona Catalano Aragonesa y de los reinos de Aragon y Navarra. 
Medioevo
y tránsito a la Edad Moderna (Madrid, 1992) and Balaguer's Història de la 
moneda dels contats catalans (Barcelona, 1999).

Serge Boffa is assisting Philip Grierson in his work on the Low Countries 
volumes of MEC. A former full-time research associate (funded by the 
Fondation
Wiener-Anspach, 1998-2002), Serge is currently working at the Bibliothèque 
Royale, Brussels, Belgium.

Marc Bompaire is a researcher of the
Centre nationale de la recherche scientifique,
France. His recent publications include Numismatique médiévale: monnaies et 
documents d'origine française (Turnhout, 2000), with F. Dumas.

Peter Ilisch is curator of the Coin Cabinet of the
Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte,
Münster. He has published extensively on West German and Lotharingian 
coinages especially.

Michael Matzke
is Academic Assistant in the Department of History of the 
Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany, and former Assistant Keeper of the 
Department of Coins
and Medals of the Fitzwilliam Museum. His publications on medieval 
numismatics include 'Vom Ottolinus zum Grossus: Münzprägung in der Toskana 
vom 10. bis
zum 13. Jahrhundert', Schweizerische Numimatische Rundschau / Revue suisse 
de numismatique 72 (1993).

Ernest Oberländer-Târnoveanu is Chief Keeper of the Coin Room of the
National History Museum of Romania.
He has published extensively on Byzantine, South-Eastern European Medieval 
and Golden Horde Coinage, and also on the economic and political history of 
the
Balkans, Danube basin and Black Sea area in the 10th-15th centuries.

Borys Paszkiewicz teaches in the Archaeology Department of the Uniwersytet 
Marii Curie-Sklodowskiej, Lublin. His research has included important work 
on
the Silesian coinages and he is publishing a catalogue of medieval Polish 
coin finds.

Andrea Saccocci is Professor in Numismatics at the Università degli Studi di 
Udine. Recent articles include 'Ritrovamenti monetali in tombe di santi 
nell'Italia
centro-settentrionale (secoli VI-XV)', in Trouvailles monétaires de tombes 
(Études de numismatique et d'histoire 2) (Lausanne, 1999), and 'Il grosso 
agontano
e la circolazione «internazionale» della moneta marchigiane (secc. 
XIII-XIV)', in Atti e memorie: Deputazione di storia patria per le Marche 
103 (1998).

Alan M. Stahl is Curator of Numismatics in the
Princeton University Library.
Chief among his numerous publications are The Venetian tornesello: a 
medieval colonial coinage (New York: American Numismatic Society, 1985), and 
more recently,
Zecca: the mint of Venice in the middle ages (Baltimore and London: Johns 
Hopkins University Press, 2000).

Jørgen Steen Jensen is in charge of the
Royal Collection of Coins and Medals
of the National Museum of Denmark. His many publications include Viking-Age 
Hoards and Late Anglo-Saxon Coins (Stockholm, 1987).

Lucia Travaini is Associate Professor in Numismatics at the Università degli 
Studi di Milano and a former Senior Research Associate for MEC. Her major 
publications
include La monetazione nell'Italia normanna (1995) and MEC 14 (1998).

Financial support

The generous financial support of the following organisations has since 1982 
funded the research enabling the preparation of these volumes, and currently
allows the Project to employ
William Day Jr.
(volumes 12, 13) as a full-time research associate:
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. The Leverhulme Trust
(1982-85)
. Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
(1985-)
. The British Academy
(1985-1995)
. The Humanities Research Board (1996-8)
. The Arts and Humanities Research Board
(1998-)
. Fondation Wiener-Anspach, Belgium (1998-2002)
fin de liste

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Department of Coins and Medals,
Fitzwilliam Museum


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "URHM infos" <benoit.beyer@ulb.ac.be>
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Cc: "Histoire et images Médiévales" <medievale@editions-astrolabe.com>; 
"Questes" <questes@ml.free.fr>; "Sergio Boffa" <sergiob@skynet.be>
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2006 11:45 AM
Subject: [MEDIEVALE:316] Décès du Prof. Dr. Philip Grierson


----- Original Message ----- 

Cher(e) ami(e)s,

Un rapide petit email pour vous annoncer une bien mauvaise nouvelle. Le
Prof. Dr. Philip Grierson est décédé il y a trois jours. Puisque c'est aussi
un "ancien" d"e l'U.L.B. et un médiéviste de renom, j'ai pensé que la
nouvelle pourrait vous intéresser.

Un article nécrologique à ce propos se trouve dans :
http://www.guardian.co.uk/obituaries

Amicalement,

Sergio Boffa
sergiob@skynet.be



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