ISBN: 1694-5794; Era: -; Country: ; Key words: bulletin, volume-13, iicas, unesco;
Fernand Braudel (1902-1985) alongside with other historians, representatives of the Annales School, Marc Bloch, Lucien Febvre, Ernest Labrousse and Pierre Renouvin advocated the renewal of a history and developed the concept of “global, total history”. According to this concept, history encompasses all aspects of the human life and that of the society, including seemingly unrelated wedding rituals, menus of the inns, field contours, maps of the cities and villages. Those are everyday realities, which barely change through time and serve the role of inert matter, ballast and even as obstacle to historical progress1 . This is how a common life of people, consisting of hardly ever noticeable and negligible facts comes under the scope of historical studies.