Ordre textuel et ordre spatial à Lyon à l'époque moderne. Du parcours de visite au rôle nominal, une spatialité implicite

Abstract : Written sources often include implicit spatial indications, notably in the tax rolls that implied a visit on the ground to collect the needed information. It is possible, following a method developed here, to locate this information at the scale of its registering, generally a property unit or a house. This implies a good understanding of the visit practiced by local civil officers and of the administration of the city regarding the quarters (pennonages in Lyon). This needs also a close examination of the contemporary property map production and of the subsisting buildings, historical sources themselves, explicitly spatial. Once realized, this location, a sort of addressing system based on the known proprietors of the buildings, makes it possible to locate all information bearing a minimal spatial component or part of a visit sequence. Many sources are usable in that new way and one has no more to do as often in the past, i.e. generalize at the scale of a district or even a street, but can study features at their finest scale, the building. This new precision opens new questions.
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Gauthiez Bernard, Olivier Zeller. Ordre textuel et ordre spatial à Lyon à l'époque moderne. Du parcours de visite au rôle nominal, une spatialité implicite. Histoire et Mesure, EHESS, 2010, XXV (1), pp.197-230. ⟨hal-01015058⟩

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