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Rulership in medieval East Central Europe

  1. TitleRulership in medieval East Central Europe : power, rituals and legitimacy in Bohemia, Hungary and Poland / edited by Grischa Vercamer, Dušan Zupka
    Another authors Vercamer, Grischa, 1974- (Editor)
    Zupka, Dušan, 1981- (Editor)
    PublicationLeiden ; Boston : Brill [2022]
    Copyright notice date©2022
    Scopexv, 534 stran : mapy, 25 cm
    CountryNetherlands ; United Kingdom
    Edition East Central and Eastern Europe in the middle ages, 450-1450 ; volume 78
    NoteObsahuje bibliografické odkazy, bibliografii a rejstřík
    Annotation"This book provides the first detailed overview of research on rulership in theory and practice, with a particular emphasis on the monarchies of Bohemia, Hungary and Poland in the High and Late Middle Ages. The contributions examine the legitimation of rule of the first local dynasties, the ritual practice of power, the ruling strategies and practices of power in the established monarchies, and the manifold influences on the rulership in East Central Europe from outside the region (such as from Byzantium, and the Holy Roman Empire). The collection shows that these ideas and practices enabled the new polities to become legitimate members of Latin Christendom." --Cover
    Výrazy tezauru hlava státu * monokracie * dějiny * Čechy (země) * Maďarsko * Polsko * východní Evropa
    Klasifikační znaky0406 - Politický rámec
    3611.2 - Historie
    Copy count1, currently available 1
    Document kindKolektivní monografie
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    Rulership in medieval East Central Europe

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