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Title:MESTO SLOVENJ GRADEC V SREDNJEM VEKU
Authors:Koželnik, Andraž (Author)
Ravnikar, Anton (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:POVZETEK Magistrsko delo obravnava razvoj in nastanek mesta Slovenj Gradec v srednjem veku. Cilji magistrskega dela so prikazati vzroke za nastanek urbane naselbine, opisati razvoj in vse dejavnike, ki so vplivali na razvoj mesta v srednjem veku ter Slovenj Gradec predstaviti kot eno izmed bolj aktivnih, bogatih in pomembnih srednjeveških mest na Slovenskem. Srednjeveški Slovenj Gradec je nadaljeval kontinuiteto naseljenosti že iz antičnih časov, ko je na tem območju stala pomembna rimska naselbina – Colatio. Prva omemba kraja se v virih pojavi leta 1091, ko nastopi prvi lastnik gospoščine Slovenj Gradec Weriand de Grez. Skozi srednji vek je gospoščina zaradi svojega bogastva in pomembnosti menjala več lastnikov, med njimi najdemo pomembne plemiške družine, kot so Askvinski, Traungavci, Spanheimi, Andeški in tudi zadnji srednjeveški lastniki Habsburžani. V tem času je Slovenj Gradec leta 1251 prvič omenjen kot trg in leta 1267 kot mesto z vsemi mestnimi privilegijami. Gospoščina je bila sedež pomembne srednjveške župnije, župnije Svetega Pankracija, ki je bila v ena izmed vplivnješih na območju oglejskega patriarhata. Župniki Svetega Pankracija so nekajkrat opravljali tudi vlogo arhidiakona, kar še dodatno potrjuje dejstvo o pomembnosti župnije. Nedvomno je, da je mesto Slovenj Gradec bilo eno izmed starejših in pomembnejših mest v srednjem veku na Slovenskem.
Keywords:Slovenj Gradec, zgodovina, srednji vek, srednjeveška mesta, gospodarstvo, trgovina, cerkvena uprava
Year of publishing:2014
Publisher:[A. Koželnik]
Source:Brezno
UDC:93/94(497.413)"10/14"(043.2)
COBISS_ID:20887816 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:MUJLSVIK
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Language:English
Title:THE CITY OF THE SLOVENJ GRADEC IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Abstract:This thesis examines the emergence and development of the town of Slovenj Gradec in the medieval period. The goals of this work are to establish the reasons for its emergence, describe the settlement’s development and the factors that influenced it, and to present the town as one of the more active, wealthy and important settlements of the Middle Ages in the Slovene lands. The medieval town establishes continuity in human settlement of the area from Antiquity, when a Roman settlement of importance – Colatio stood there, to the Middle Ages. The first written record of Slovenj Gradec dates to 1091, when Weriand de Grez, the first owner of the estate, is mentioned. Due to its importance and wealth, the estate’s ownership kept changing regularly throughout the Middle Ages. Among the owners were many notable families, mainly the Houses of: Asquin, Traungau, Spanheim, Andechs, and Habsburg. In 1251, Slovenj Gradec was first mentioned as a market town and in 1267 as a city with full privileges. The estate was the seat of an important medieval parish – the parish of Saint Pancras (of Rome), one of the more influential parishes under the jurisdiction of the Patriarchate of Aquileia. Parish priests were named to the position of Archdeacon several times, further demonstrating the parish’s importance. Undoubtedly, Slovenj Gradec is one of the older and more important medieval cities in the Slovene lands.
Keywords:Slovenj Gradec, history, Middle Ages, medieval cities, economy, trade, church administration


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