Number 35 - 2011

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This issue echoes some previous articles of Annales monégasques, as it covers some similar topics: the Menton’s confraternity of penitents (Monaco’s confraternity of penitents was studied in issues n°15 and 16) or the International Circus Festival, whose background was covered in the previous issue. Regarding the other studies, they refer to politics, Honoré III’s wedding, the 1911 Constitution, and photographs of the Palace of Monaco in the XIXth century. (full texts in French)

THE MENTON’S CONFRATERNITIES OF PENITENTS AND THEIR CHAPELS

Article from Number 35 - 2011 - THE MENTON’S CONFRATERNITIES OF PENITENTS AND THEIR CHAPELS

After having dealt with the white and black confraternities, and the Archconfraternity of Monaco (see Annales monégasques n°15, 16 and 28), the author now talks about their counterpart from Menton. Indeed, until 1861 and its secession to France, Menton was part of the principality and as a result, had a common religious history. (full text in French)

LES CONFRÉRIES DE PÉNITENTS DE MENTON ET LEURS CHAPELLES - 2011

Louis BAUDOIN
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ROYAL WEDDING. HONORÉ III AND MARIE-CATHERINE DE BRIGNOLE SALE

Article from Number 35 - 2011 - ROYAL WEDDING. HONORÉ III AND MARIE-CATHERINE DE BRIGNOLE SALE

This article presents a talks analysis about the wedding of Honoré III, some detailed plans and ceremonies. This marriage was important because the bride was not French as she came from Genoa, and that this was the last wedding before the French Revolution. (full text in French)

MARIAGE PRINCIER. HONORÉ III ET MARIE-CATHERINE DE BRIGNOLE-SALE - 2011

Claude-Aline ENCENAS
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HOW DID THE PRINCIPALITY OF MONACO BECOME A CONSTITUTIONAL STATE ?

Article from Number 35 - 2011 - HOW DID THE PRINCIPALITY OF MONACO BECOME A CONSTITUTIONAL STATE ?

On January, 5th 1911, Prince Albert I granted his subjects a Constitution which transformed the absolute monarchy into a modern law, based on a constitutional system. The author presents the legal details of such a fundamental change. Indeed, adjustments have been made since 1911, and this constitution is the base of the current political life in Monaco. (full text in French)

COMMENT LA PRINCIPAUTÉ DE MONACO EST DEVENUE UN ÉTAT CONSTITUTIONNEL ? - 2011

Georges GRINDA
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THE INTERNATIONAL CIRCUS FESTIVAL OF MONTE-CARLO : THIRTY-SIX YEARS AGO

Article from Number 35 - 2011 - THE INTERNATIONAL CIRCUS FESTIVAL OF MONTE-CARLO : THIRTY-SIX YEARS AGO

This article presents the circus festival year after year until 2010, with the originalities depending on the represented countries. It also highlights the new circus acts which became more and more aesthetics. (full text in French)

LE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU CIRQUE DE MONTE-CARLO : DÉJÀ TRENTE-SIX ANS - 2011

Martine ROUSSEAU-CHATELAIN
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ARCHIVES DOCUMENTS : THE PRINCELY PALACE IN THE END OF THE 19<sup>th</sup> CENTURY, AS SEEN BY THE PHOTOGRAPH WALBURG DE BRAY

Article from Number 35 - 2011 - ARCHIVES DOCUMENTS : THE PRINCELY PALACE IN THE END OF THE 19th CENTURY, AS SEEN BY THE PHOTOGRAPH WALBURG DE BRAY

Jean Auguste Théodore de Bray, also called Walburg de Bray, was a famous photographer in his time. His original glass plates kept in the princely palace’s archives, are published for the very first time. (full text in French)

DOCUMENTS D'ARCHIVES : LE PALAIS PRINCIER À LA FIN DU XIXer SIÈCLE, VU PAR LE PHOTOGRAPHE WALBURG DE BRAY - 2011

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