- Year of publication: 2015
- Source: Show
- Pages: 3-8
- DOI Address: -
The paper offers a portray of the Polish state poised in the mid-twelfth century between the East and the West, i.e., Rus, fragmented into principalities, and two mighty powers of medieval Europe, the Holy Roman Empire and the papacy, respectively.
Upon the death of Archbishop Henryk Kietlicz in 1217, an alliance of the Piast Dukes was established, supported by the papal Curia. The dukes thus installed their own candidate as the archbishop, despite the resistance of the supporters of the late metropolitan, who feared that his work would not last.
The paper discusses acts of disloyalty in which noble house of Wielkopolska participated. It covers the period until the death of Przemysł II.There are three betrayals mentioned in written sources: that of Tomasz Nałęcz and Sędziwój Zaremba, and the third one, in which both noble houses were reportedly involved.
The paper aims to explore the impact of the noble houses of Wielkopolska on the activity of Casimir the Great during the early days of his reign, and their role in the policy pursued by the king. It also shows changes in leadership among the noble knights of Wielkopolska.
The study tries to reconstruct the chronological course of Archduchess Eleanor Mariá s of Austria entry with her entourage on the territory of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and of the wedding ceremony at the beginning of year 1670.
Eleonora Maria of Austria Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki Polish-Habsburg marriage alliance symbolic communication ceremonial entrance Eleonora Maria Habsburżanka polsko-habsburski alians matrymonialny komunikacja symboliczna uroczyste wjazdy
Based chiefly on nineteenth-century source materials, the paper seeks to recognise the state of preservation of the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1887. This was largely accomplished through the analysis of photographs taken by Meydenlender.
The article discusses the issue of German war plans for Poland during the First World War. The author analyses the role and activities of various political centres in Germany pertaining to the Polish cause. The article seeks to assess whether German plans for Poland were as coherent and consistent as they were presented in earlier historiography.
The study deals with the period of the First Czechoslovak Republic (19181938), when the Apostolic Nunciature in Prague was vacant and represented only by chargé d‘affaires, who were in charge of the Vatican embassy. It goes into the details of the events of 1925-1928 and 1934-1935 to explain the reasons, specific situations and consequeces of the absence of the Apostolic Nuncios.
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