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Marly : architecture, usages et diffusion d'un modèle français

Colloque international, 31 mai, 1er et 2 juin 2012, château de Versailles
Marly: architecture, uses and diffusion of a French model. International symposium, 31 May – 2 June 2012
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Since 1 January 2009, the 53 hectares classed as Monuments Historiques du Domaine de Marly have been under the management of the Public Establishment of the Palace, Museum and the National Estate of Versailles. This historic affiliation was an occasion for the Centre de Recherche du Château de Versailles to take stock of the knowledge about one of Louis XIV’s most original and most beautiful creations. Bringing together the subject’s best specialists, this interdisciplinary conference will of course gather historians, art and technical historians, and archaeologists, in order to address all aspects of Marly: the architecture, the gardens, the collections and the waters, and this residence’s uses and functioning under the Ancien Régime, not to mention the estate’s future prospects. It will highlight Marly’s actual influence on other achievements in Europe and the New World.  

Inter­na­tio­nal symposium orga­nized by the Centre de Recher­che du Châ­teau de Versailles.

Research committee: Mathieu da Vinha, Henrik Harpsoe, Raphaël Masson, Benjamin Ringot.

See the full conference programme on the Centre de Recherche du Château de Versailles’s site.

Audio replay: all presentations (except for those by Claudia Hartmann and Michelle Benoit), that is, eighteen of the twenty audio recordings, are available below. The audio recordings were published online in 2012.

Publication of the proceedings: eighteen of the twenty papers are published here electronically, edited by Raphaël Masson, deputy director of the Centre de Recherche du Château de Versailles and Benjamin Ringot, head of research at the Centre de Recherche du Château de Versailles. The texts were published online in 2013.

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