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Dynamiques patrimoniales et culturelles (Antiquités, Moyen-Age, Temps modernes)

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DYPAC (formerly States, Society, Religion from 1994 to 2014) is a multidisciplinary laboratory (history, literature, languages) specialized in the study of culture, heritage and materiality, from Antiquity to the end of modern times.

Founding member of LabEx Patrima, DYPAC conducts scientific projects in collaboration with major French heritage institutions (National Archives of France, National Library of France, Louvre Museum, etc.), as well as experimental science laboratories working in the field of physico-chemical materials. DYPAC also develops research in the field of ancient cultures of writing and digital Humanities.

The 17 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Three is the Magic Number: Techniques and Materials of the Prestigious Anne de Montmorency Bronze Virtues M. Castelle 01/01/21 Studies in Conservation
Venus atmospheric dynamics at two altitudes: Akatsuki and venus express cloud tracking, ground-based doppler observations and comparison with modelling Thomas Widemann 01/01/21 Atmosphere
Two of a Kind: Shining New Light on Bronze Spiritelli Attributed to Donatello M. Castelle 05/18/20 Studies in Conservation
Seal the deal: An extensive study of European historical copper-based seal matrices using a multimodal protocol M. Castelle, P. Chastang 01/01/20 Journal of Archaeological Science
Concurrence et collaboration dans le monde du livre vénitien, 1469-début du XVI<sup>e</sup> siècle Catherine Kikuchi 01/01/18 Annales
About the bronze tripod in Berlin (Antikensammlung Fr. 768) and 19th Cent. Excavations in Lucania Alessia Zambon 11/24/17 Revue Archeologique
The thermal structure of the Venus atmosphere: Intercomparison of Venus Express and ground based observations of vertical temperature and density profiles<sup>✰</sup> Thomas Widemann 09/15/17 Icarus
Overview of useful spectral regions for Venus: An update to encourage observations complementary to the Akatsuki mission Thomas Widemann 05/15/17 Icarus
Venus cloud-tracked and doppler velocimetry winds from CFHT/ESPaDOnS and Venus Express/VIRTIS in April 2014 Thomas Widemann 03/15/17 Icarus
The medieval text to the test of the digital Anne Rochebouet 01/01/17 Medievales
Named entities recognition for digital bases of medieval Latin charters. The case of the corpus burgundiae medii aevi (Tenth-Thirteenth Centuries) Sergio Torres Aguilar 01/01/17 Medievales
Multilayer modeling of the aureole photometry during the Venus transit: Comparison between SDO/HMI and VEx/SOIR data Thomas Widemann 11/01/16 Astronomy and Astrophysics
HDO and SO<inf>2</inf>thermal mapping on Venus: III. Short-Term and long-Term variations between 2012 and 2016 Thomas Widemann 11/01/16 Astronomy and Astrophysics
The mythological knowledge between scholarship and pedagogy: Constants and changes in the classical period (1599-1715) Emmanuel Bury 08/16/16 Dix-Septieme Siecle
Les premiers voyageurs à messène: De cyriaque d'ancône à l'expédition de morée Alessia Zambon 05/31/16 Revue Archeologique
Casting cores of French bronze statues of the 16th and 17th centuries: Identification of regional practices and artistic choices M. Castelle 05/01/16 Microchemical Journal
The Long History of the Tesoro de las dos lenguas española y francesa of César Oudin (ed. princeps: 1607): Between authority and innovation Marc Zuili 01/01/16 Hipogrifo

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)