This sequence will be devoted to the city of Paris during the medieval period, and more particularly from the moment of its spectacular expansion in the eleventh century until the works of fortifications and embellishment during the reign of Charles V. Thus, the goal is to understand the evolution of urbanism and discover the main monuments of the city: centers of power, administration, places of worship and teaching, utilitarian buildings.

Bibliography

  • Lorentz P. et Sandron D., Atlas de Paris au Moyen Âge. Espace urbain, habitat, société, religion, lieux de pouvoir, Paris, 2006.
  • Journal d'un bourgeois de Paris, éd. par Colette Beaune, Paris, 1990.

Rose-Marie FERRE

Rose-Marie Ferré is a lecturer in the history of medieval art at Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV). Specialist of the late Middle Ages, his research focuses on the parameters of artistic work, art courses and iconography issues. His teaching focus as on architecture, with many interventions on Paris and its monuments, as on figurative arts works.