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Sammelwerk  Making Livonia: actors and networks in the medieval and early modern Baltic Sea Region
Mänd, AnuTamm, Marek [Hrsg.]. - London (2020)


Deskriptoren: Mittelalter Frühe Neuzeit Mänd, Anu (1968-)
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

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Introduction: Actors and networks in the medieval and early modern Baltic Sea region
Tamm, MarekMänd, Anu. • S. 1-13

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Mission and mobility: The travels and networking of Bishop Albert of Riga (c. 1165-1229)
Tamm, Marek. • S. 17-47

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Political centres or nodal points in trade networks?: Estonian hillforts before and after the thirteenth-century conquest
Mägi, Marika. • S. 48-69

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Visual performances of power in the period of the Danish crusades
Markus, Kersti. • S. 70-92

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Neophytes as actors in the Livonian crusades
Kaljundi, Linda. • S. 93-112

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Politics of emotions and empathy walls in thirteenth-century Livonia
Jezierski, Wojtek. • S. 113-142

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Donating land to the church: Topos as a legal argument in thirteenth-century Livonia
Selart, Anti. • S. 143-157

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Mobility of the Livonian Teutonic Knights
Kreem, Juhan. • S. 158-169

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Manuscript fragments as testimony of intellectual contacts between Tallinn and European learning centres in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries
Kala, Tiina. • S. 170-186

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City scribes and the management of information: The Professionalisation of a transgenerational agency and its agents in Tallinn (c. 1250-1558)
Salminen, Tapio. • S. 189-211

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Cistercian networks of memory: Commemoration as a form of institutional bonding in Livonia and beyond during the late Middle Ages
Strenga, Gustavs. • S. 212-231

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The ‘Hanseatic' trade of the Finnish Skalm family in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries
Leskelä, Ilkka. • S. 232-250

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Merchants as political, social and cultural actors: Tallinn burgomaster Hans Viant (d. 1524)
Mänd, Anu. • S. 251-278

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Mintmasters as the nodes of the social and monetary network: The life and career of Paul Gulden (c. 1530-93)
Leimus, Ivar. • S. 279-299

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Self-representation and social aesthetics: Wealthy Tallinn burgher homes in the early modern period
Kodres, Krista. • S. 300-319

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Conclusion: From vineyard of the Lord to outpost of empires: Actors and networks in the conquest, government and society of Livonia (twelfth-sixteenth centuries)
Murray, Alan V.. • S. 320-330