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Divisio Regni

3.900 Ft
Gyártó: Research Centre for the Humanities
Cikkszám: 978-963-416-206-3
Elérhetőség: RENDELHETŐ

Leírás és Paraméterek

Hungarian historians have always been particularly fascinated by the throne feuds of their 11 th- and 12th-century Árpád rulers. The original division of the Kingdom of Hungary, the disputes between King Solomon and his cousins, Dukes Géza and Ladislaus, and the struggle between King Coloman the Learned and his brother Duke Álmos have left a deep impression on Hungary's national memory, inspiring literary classics, modern screenplays, and scholarly studies like Divisio Regni, in which Dániel Bagi examines Hungary's 11 th- and 12th-century dynastic conflicts against the backdrop of their broader Central European context, including comparable conflicts in Poland, Bohemia and Moravia, and the Holy Roman Empire.
The book's Latin title ("the division of a kingdom") comes from a passage of scripture which was regularly cited in the Middle Ages, during which time this phrase conveyed two important shades of meaning. While literally referringto geographical divisions and the throne feuds associated with them, it could also connote general civil strife, dissension, and the State of discord created by rival claimants to the throne.

Műfaj történettudomány
ISBN 978-963-416-206-3
ISSN 2677-0881
Alcím The territorial divisions, power struggles, and dynastic historiography of the Árpáds of 11th- and early 12th-century Hungary, with comparative studies of the Piasts of Poland and the Přemyslids of Bohemia
Sorozat Arpadiana 2.
Kiadó ELKH BTK Történettudományi Intézet
Kiadás éve 2020
Kötés típusa Keménytáblás
Oldalszám 407
Nyelv angol
Méret B5 165 x 235
Tömeg 830 g