- Year of publication: 2015
- Source: Show
- Pages: 3-8
- DOI Address: -
The paper looks at the impact of the Arab trading system on the processes of state formation unfolding in the eastern part of Central Europe in the tenth-century; it discusses the cases of Wielkopolska and the Czech lands.
ekonomia polityczna procesów państwotwórczych arabskie strumienie srebra political economy of the processes of state for mation arab silver flows the Czech lands Wielkopolska (Great Poland) Czechy Wielkopolska
The paper seeks to determine the origin of Emma, whose name was mentioned on coins bearing an inscription ENMA REGINA, and of denarius episcopi, minted by an unnamed bishop. The author concurs with the hypothesis of the French roots of Emma and presents the results of his reading of the inscription on the episcopal coin.
The paper on the role and use of horses in the Piast realm explores one of the key sectors in the Piast state’s economy. The studies on horse breeding in the early medieval Piast domain were based on the findings of history and archaeology.
The paper reconstructs the polemic between Ludwik Królikowski and Jan Czyński, unfolding in the magazine ‘Polska Chrystusowa’. Active in the Great Emigration, both authors were engaged in a dispute over the shape of the society to come.
The authors present an edited fragment of a log written by Antoni Waga (1799-1890) during his journey from Paris to Warsaw in 1868. The excerpt is an account of the scholar’s stay in Prague and Karlovy Vary. Discussing nature, history, literature and the arts, the log stands out as an invaluable source to the knowledge of the nineteenth century.
The paper seeks to address a number of questions concerning Marian Szyjkowski’s path to becoming the Head of a newly established Department of Polish Language and Literature at Charles University in Prague. The paper examines Szyjkowski’s life choices and research achievements, and looks at the milieus of Lviv and Kraków that were a formative influence on the scholar.
The article is focused on the relationship of the Faculty of Arts of Charles University to the Polish culture and humanities in the interwar period. The attention of the author was concentrated on the official contacts as well as on the lectures of visiting professors and on the situation in the field of Slavic studies, historiography and oriental studies.
The paper provides an overview of basic archival sources on the cooperation between the Czech and Polish researchers in the area of natural sciences, nature conservation and organisation of the first national Parks.
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