Number 16 - 1992

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This issue presents a range of articles chronologically uninterrupted. It first talks about the court ballets performed in Monaco in the middle of the 17th century, then Menton in the era of Louis I and Antoine I. The black penitents until the revolutionary troubles, are also refered to. The empire transformed the Palace into a beggars’ home, but after its fall, a Sardinian protectorate was established. In the next century, a study about a woman of letters’ relation with Monaco puts an end to this overview. (full texts in French)

THE BLACK PENITENTS OF MONACO AND THEIR CHAPELS

Article from Number 16 - 1992 - THE BLACK PENITENTS OF MONACO AND THEIR CHAPELS

The article describes the history of the Black Penitents of Monaco, from their origins in the 17th century, to their disappearance, during the revolutionary period in the 18th century. The author talks about the status, goods, duties and customs of the Black Penitents. (full text in French)

LES PÉNITENTS NOIRS DE MONACO ET LEUR CHAPELLE - 1992

Louis BAUDOIN
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THE COURT BALLET IN MONACO (1654-1655)

Article from Number 16 - 1992 - THE COURT BALLET IN MONACO (1654-1655)

Under the reign of Prince Honoré II, after the Treaty of Péronne and the French alliance, the court of Monaco organised more and more celebrations, notably on the occasion of the Carnival. The court ballet, inspired by the French model, was created in Monaco in the middle of the 17th century. The two ballets that performed in 1654 and 1655, are presented in this study. (full text in French)

LE BALLET DE COUR À MONACO (1654-1655) - 1992

Paule DRUILHE-FAVRE
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THE PRINCIPALITY OF MONACO DURING THE FALL OF THE FIRST FRENCH EMPIRE. THE SETTLEMENT OF A SARDINIAN PROTECTORATE (1815-1817)

Article from Number 16 - 1992 - THE PRINCIPALITY OF MONACO DURING THE FALL OF THE FIRST FRENCH EMPIRE. THE SETTLEMENT OF A SARDINIAN PROTECTORATE (1815-1817)

Completing an article entitled “The Principality of Monaco under the fall of the First French Empire (1815-1817)”, published in the issue n°13 of Annales monégasques, this study discusses the consequences of the Treaty of Paris (November 1815), which put Monaco under the protection of the Kingdom of Sardinia. The settlement of this new protectorate, very different from the previous ones, led to important negotiations and marked a new step in the history of Monaco. (full text in French)

LA PRINCIPAUTE DE MONACO À LA CHUTE DE L'EMPIRE NAPOLÉONIEN. LA MISE EN PLACE D'UN PROTECTORAT SARDE (1815-1817) - 1992

Thierry GARBATINI
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A “BEGGING ESTABLISHMENT” IN MONACO, UNDER THE FIRST FRENCH EMPIRE

Article from Number 16 - 1992 - A “BEGGING ESTABLISHMENT” IN MONACO, UNDER THE FIRST FRENCH EMPIRE

Under the French Revolution and Empire, Monaco was annexed by France and became a part of the Alpes-Maritimes department. In 1808, Napoleon promulgated a decree in order to put an end to wandering and begging. Some “begging and charity establishments” had to be settled in each departments, to gather the beggars. In the Alpes-Maritimes, the Palace of Monaco is chosen, as it had been empty for a few years, it was in the city center, had a large number of rooms and an important surface. (full text in French)

UN DÉPÔT DE MENDICITÉ À MONACO SOUS LE PREMIER EMPIRE - 1992

Thérèse GHIZZI/Robert FILLON
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COLETTE AND MONACO : A PARTICULAR RELATIONSHIP

Article from Number 16 - 1992 - COLETTE AND MONACO : A PARTICULAR RELATIONSHIP

The Archives of the Palace of Monaco keep approximately twenty letters written by the writer Colette, addressed to Prince Pierre of Monaco and Prince Rainier III, during her stays in Monaco between 1948 and 1954. This correspondence, presented and published in this article, allows us to find out more about the last years of Colette’s life, and on some traits of her personality. (full text in French)

ENTRE COLETTE ET MONACO : UNE AMITIÉ SANS OMBRE - 1992

Martine ROUSSEAU-CHATELAIN
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MENTON UNDER THE REIGN OF THE PRINCES LOUIS I AND ANTOINE I (1662-1731)

Article from Number 16 - 1992 - MENTON UNDER THE REIGN OF THE PRINCES LOUIS I AND ANTOINE I (1662-1731)

This study deals with the evolution of Menton after the death of Prince Honoré II. Under the reign of Louis I (1662-1701), Menton developed the lemon trade and became the Principality’s first port. The population in Menton diversified because of the emergence of some nobles and upper middle classes. This situation stabilized under the reign of Prince Antoine I (1701-1731). (full text in French)

MENTON SOUS LE RÈGNE DES PRINCES LOUIS Ier ET ANTOINE Ier (1662-1731) - 1992

Stéphane VILAREM
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IN MEMORIAM: STÉPHANE VILAREM

Article from Number 16 - 1992 - IN MEMORIAM: STÉPHANE VILAREM

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IN MEMORIAM: STÉPHANE VILAREM - 1992

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