Number 21 - 1997

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This volume deals with an important subject : the allergy discovery during the campaign of Prince Albert I, in 1901. Another study is dedicated to the Albergue‘s role in the Grimaldi dynasty founding in Monaco. Nevertheless, the authors also refer to the 17th and 18th centuries, by studying coin, art and politics. (full texts in French)

THE ORIGINS OF THE ALLERGY DISCOVERY : PRINCE ALBERT I’S 1901 CAMPAIGN

Article from Number 21 - 1997 - THE ORIGINS OF THE ALLERGY DISCOVERY : PRINCE ALBERT I’S 1901 CAMPAIGN

Instigator of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Prince Albert I, also called “the scientific prince”, travelled widely over the seas to advance the oceanographic knowledge. But his works also led to discover, for instance, anaphylaxy, in the medical field. (full text in French)

 

À L'ORIGINE DE LA DÉCOUVERTE DE L'ALLERGIE : LA CAMPAGNE DE 1901 DU PRINCE ALBERT Ier - 1997

Maryse BIANCHERI
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THE PREROGATIVES OF THE PRINCES OF MONACO AND THE COLBERTS’ MONETARY POLICY (1664-1701)

Article from Number 21 - 1997 - THE PREROGATIVES OF THE PRINCES OF MONACO AND THE COLBERTS’ MONETARY POLICY (1664-1701)

The power of issuing money was one of the best ways to affirm a state’s sovereignty. The princes of Monaco were convinced of this idea in 1612. Throughout the 17th century, they issued money for the prestige and wealth, but also in order to increase the international recognition. (full text in French)

LES PRÉROGATIVES DES PRINCES SOUVERAINS DE MONACO ET LA POLITIQUE MONÉTAIRE DES COLBERT (1664-1701) - 1997

Christian CHARLET
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THE GRIMALDIS’ PORTRAIT PAINTER. PIERRE GOBERT, A COURT AND PRIVATE PAINTER IN THE 18<sup>th</sup> CENTURY

Article from Number 21 - 1997 - THE GRIMALDIS’ PORTRAIT PAINTER. PIERRE GOBERT, A COURT AND PRIVATE PAINTER IN THE 18th CENTURY

Pierre Gobert was a painter from Paris we don’t know much about. However, he was chosen by Prince Jacques I to paint his wife Louise-Hyppolite and their children’s portraits, that is to say around ten canvas. Through an analysis of his paintings, this article introduces us to the world of the greatest. (full text in French)

UN PORTRAITISTE DES GRIMALDI. PIERRE GOBERT, PEINTRE DE COUR ET D'INTIMITÉ AU XVIIIe SIÈCLE - 1997

Mireille DUPONTHIEUX
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PRINCE HONORÉ III DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. MAY-OCTOBER 1792 : THE ROCK OF FREEDOM

Article from Number 21 - 1997 - PRINCE HONORÉ III DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. MAY-OCTOBER 1792 : THE ROCK OF FREEDOM

This article is the second part of a study, the first part of which was published in the issue n° 19 of Annales monégasques. It deals with the actions of Prince Honoré III during the French Revolution troubles that affected Monaco. (full text in French)

LE PRINCE HONORÉ III PENDANT LA RÉVOLUTION FRANÇAISE. MAI - OCTOBRE 1792 : LE ROCHER DE LA LIBERTÉ - 1997

Claude-Aline ENCENAS
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PRINCE LOUIS I AS AMBASSADOR TO THE HOLY SEE (1699-1701)

Article from Number 21 - 1997 - PRINCE LOUIS I AS AMBASSADOR TO THE HOLY SEE (1699-1701)

Prince Louis I was a strong defender and passionate about the France’s greatness, which was represented by his own godfather Louis XIV. That is the reason why he was considered as a right-hand man to manage the awkward political situation that France was facing in the very end of the 17th century. Has he been up to the situation? (full text in French)

LE PRINCE LOUIS Ier EN AMBASSADE AUPRÈS DU SAINT-SIÈGE (1699-1701) - 1997

Thérèse GHIZZI/Robert FILLON
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HONORÉ II AND THE SUCCESSFUL FREEDOM OF MONACO (1597-1662)

Article from Number 21 - 1997 - HONORÉ II AND THE SUCCESSFUL FREEDOM OF MONACO (1597-1662)

Honoré II was the first prince of Monaco. He gave his country a new identity and an international status. This article refers to the events’ and attitudes’ history and gives more details regarding the political, religious and social aspects raised by Prince Honoré II. (full text in French)

HONORÉ II OU LA LIBERTÉ GLORIEUSE DE MONACO (1597-1662) - 1997

Inès et Claude PASSET
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THE ROLE OF THE “ALBERGUE” IN THE FOUNDING OF THE GRIMALDIS’ DYNASTY

Article from Number 21 - 1997 - THE ROLE OF THE “ALBERGUE” IN THE FOUNDING OF THE GRIMALDIS’ DYNASTY

The family of princes of Monaco came from Genoa. In this city, the “albergue” refered to a house composed of many families who bore the name of their common ancestors. This explains the existing links between the Grimaldis who emigrated to Monaco, Bueil, Cagnes-Antibes and Châteauneuf. Did those people get along well despite their different interests? (full text in French)

LE RÔLE DE L'ALBERGUE DANS LA FONDATION DE LA DYNASTIE DES GRIMALDI DE MONACO - 1997

René VIALATTE
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GENEALOGY OF THE GRIMALDIS OF MONACO

Article from Number 21 - 1997 - GENEALOGY OF THE GRIMALDIS OF MONACO

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GÉNÉALOGIE DES GRIMALDI DE MONACO - 1997

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