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Author Fokt, Krzysztof, author.

Title Governance of a Distant Province in the Middle Ages : Case Study on Upper Lusatia.

Published De Gruyter Open [Imprint] Oct. 2017 Berlin : Walter de Gruyter GmbH.


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Physical description 1 online resource (310 pages) : illustrations
Series De Gruyter Open Access eBooks
Summary Annotation Governance of outlying provinces of the early and high medieval polities was never a favorite topic for either medieval chronicles or modern medievalists. This title explores this problem in a form of an 'extreme case study'. The region chosen for closer analysis is Upper Lusatia, which in the tenth through twelfth century was the furthest pertinence of German kings in the Slavic world and for some time also a distant province of other polities: Poland and Bohemia. The study has been based upon both written and material (archeological and numismatic) evidence, and tries to write some passages of the history of the chosen region anew, without applying the stereotypes present in the three national historiographies engaged (the German, the Czech and the Polish).
Audience Scholarly & Professional Walter de Gruyter GmbH.
17-17 Walter de Gruyter GmbH.
Other author De Gruyter Online issuing body.
ISBN 9783110569285
3110569280 (Trade Cloth)
Standard Number 9783110569285