- Year of publication: 2020
- Source: Show
- Pages: 3-8
- DOI Address: -
The Hungarian-Polish chronicle has preserved the Hungarian tradition, based on a shorter edition of the Legenda Hartviciana and one of the editions of the Gesta Ungarorum, a Croatian story about a murdered king of presumably Great-Moravian origin and, finally, a Polish chronicle from the early 13th century which bears traces of a narrative about the acts of Bolesław II the Generous written before 1076, perhaps the oldest Polish chronicle known to historians.
Polish chronicle writing Hungarian chronicle writing Hungarian-Polish Chronicle philological method auxiliary sciences of history dziejopisarstwo polskie dziejopisarstwo węgierskie Kronika węgiersko-polska metoda filologiczna nauki pomocnicze historii
The article is dedicated to an attempt at reconstructing the early appearance of the tomb of king Bolesław I the Brave in the Poznań cathedral, destroyed in 1790. By referring to the discussion of the tomb’s founder and the changes in its shape, the author has focused on K. Stronczyński’s theory from 1887 that the chalcography by A. Mylius (1595) consolidated the early portrait of the king’s statue. The scholar was of an opinion that king Bolesław’s sculpture was modelled by the tomb of duke Henry II the Pious. The original of the portrait was created by Tomasz Treter, an artist born in Poznań who could have captured the state of the king’s statue around 1585 (a variant of the portrait was provided by S. Sarnicki in 1594).
Petr Perler emperor Charles IV Henry II the Pious’ tomb medieval stone sculptures the Golden Chapel the Poznań cathedral Tomasz Treter Bolesław I the Brave’s tomb cesarz Karol IV grobowiec Henryka Pobożnego średniowieczna rzeźba kamienna Złota Kaplica katedra poznańska grobowiec Bolesława Chrobrego
Juan Donoso Cortes was a prominent representative of the counter-revolutionary traditional school of thought. As a Spanish envoy in Berlin in 1849, he was a keen observer of the political turmoil related to the course of the Revolutions of 1848 in the Hohenzollern monarchy and the entire German Confederation.
The article shows the changes in the education of girls from magnate families in Galicia in the 19th century. The memories of didactic travels of the women from the Załuski family were analyzed. Studies shows how young ladies learned under the tutelage of governess.
The goal of the article is to present the attitude of the editors of “Dziennik Miński” towards the Polish cause; the daily was published in 1917-1918, after toppling the tsar in Russia. This was an extremely significant time because the newspaper (one of important places where Poles exchanged opinions in the Russian empire) presented issues of reconstructing the Polish state and its future political system.
The text is dedicated to G. Le Fèvre, a French journalists and his account of his travel across the USSR in 1929. “Le Journal”, a popular Paris newspaper, published it under the title “Un Bourgeois au pays des sovièts”.
dwudziestolecie międzywojenne Georges Le Fèvre French-Russian relations the Interwar period French press “Le Journal” The image of the USSR in France relacje rosyjsko-francuskie prasa francuska Obraz ZSRR we Francji
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