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category that modern historians characterize as pamphleteer-diplomats, a status which was related to their legal and archival practices. 1 During this period, ambassadors and jurists substituted the physical presence of rulers by means of portable archives containing materials for the defense of rights

In: Journal of Early Modern History

fine rossa with some white inclusions, typical of theMediterranean terra rossa pottery.The function of theDeir el-Medina jars was to preserve a family archive, and as such probably intended to be a portable archive. These jars contained altogether  papyrus scrolls,  folios of which nine documents

In: The Dead Sea Scrolls In Context (2 vols) 

part of the castle to await the availability of more room in the archive. They were not forgotten; particularly valuable old documents were kept in cases that could easily be moved from one room to another. This portable archive within the archive could move from the innermost archive room and the most

In: Spoils of Knowledge

from Qumran may have served as portable archives or genizoth over a longer period of time. Nóra Dávid (“Burial in the Book of Tobit and in Qumran”) discusses archeological evidence from Qumran in the context of Sec- ond Temple Jewish literature. She compares the archeological evidence from the Qumran

In: The Dead Sea Scrolls In Context (2 vols) 

Gallery Nomad Portable Archive-in-Progress and The Community Archives: Archiving Artists Collectively, Openly . Both archives were open (not secure) and were intended to be created collectively putting the responsibility of authoring the archive into the hands of a community and not only on one person

In: The Culture of Boredom

Gallery Nomad Portable Archive-in-Progress and The Community Archives: Archiving Artists Collectively, Openly . Both archives were open (not secure) and were intended to be created collectively putting the responsibility of authoring the archive into the hands of a community and not only on one person

In: The Culture of Boredom
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comparison. 88 Among the personal letter collections preserved from the period 1070–1180, an interesting case is that of the abbot Wibald of Stavelot (1098–1153). Composed of 451 letters, it was probably meant to serve as a sort of portable archive for practical and administrative reasons, and for the use

In: Learning as Shared Practice in Monastic Communities, 1070-1180

. Scapular Gallery Nomad, 1997–2002 (Scapular Gallery Nomad Portable Archive-in-Progress for the 2002 Gwangju Biennale). Installation view. Image courtesy of the artist. 280 73: Judy Freya Sibayan. Scapular Gallery Nomad, 1997–2002. 281 74: Simryn Gill. Roadkill (installation, Art Gallery of New South

In: Reworlding Art History

countries. 193 Described as ‘portable archives’ by a contemporary author, diplomats were indeed walking archives of arcana imperii , and while Philip v remained trapped in a web of dynastic disputes that were only relevant on paper, ambassadors and envoys studied and rewrote the paper trails that

In: The Diplomatic Enlightenment

’, would help ‘the many nobles who currently seek to write or edit histories’, and those ‘plenipotentiary ministers’ who negotiated at congresses and ought to be understood, according to Abreu, as ‘portable archives’. 231 Abreu drew attention to the French scholar and diplomat François de Callières’s De

In: The Diplomatic Enlightenment