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Title:SREDNJEVEŠKI VITEŠKI TURNIRJI V EVROPI IN PRI NAS
Authors:Zamernik, Natalija (Author)
Ravnikar, Anton (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UN_Zamernik_Natalija_2016.pdf (1,30 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Diplomska naloga z naslovom Srednjeveški viteški turnirji v Evropi in pri nas, na podlagi Turnirske knjige Gašperja Lambergerja in Turnirske knjige kralja Renéja Anžujskega ter zgodovinske literature, predstavlja podroben vpogled v svet evropskega in slovenskega viteštva ter njegovega turnirskega udejstvovanja. Vitez je pripadal vojaški eliti, ki se je v 11. stoletju oblikovala ob višjem plemstvu, in je predstavljal težko oboroženega konjenika. Poleg vojaške vloge je s svojo ideologijo, kulturo in idealom močno zaznamoval družbeno in kulturno področje srednjeveškega sveta. Profesionalizacija vojske in vse večja moč meščanstva sta ob koncu srednjega veka zmanjšali vitezovo vojaško moč, zato je začel iskati nove izzive na področju politike, gospodarstva in denarnega poslovanja. Predvsem pa se je posvečal obnavljanju viteške kulture. Posebno mesto je v vitezovem življenju imel viteški turnir. Slednji je od 12. stoletja dalje združeval vse elemente zahodnega viteštva: bojevanje, idealne nazore žrtvovanja, služenje, ljubezen, vero in upanje. Njegova prvotna oblika skupinske vojaške vaje je tekom srednjega veka dobila podobo skrbno zrežiranega dvornega ceremoniala posamičnih dvobojev. Skupaj z obliko se je spreminjal tudi njegov pomen, saj je igral pomembno vlogo v vitezovem življenju. To potrjujeta tudi turnirski knjigi, ki omogočata neposreden vpogled v svet viteškega turnirja in raziskovanje viteškega sveta.
Keywords:srednji vek, viteštvo, vitez, srednjeveški viteški turnir, Turnirska knjiga Gašperja Lambergerja, Turnirska knjiga kralja Renéja Anžujskega
Year of publishing:2016
Source:Maribor
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:KSERSLYV
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Language:English
Title:MEDIEVAL KNIGHT TOURNAMENT IN EUROPE AND IN SLOVENIA
Abstract:The thesis titled Medieval Knight Tournament in Europe and in Slovenia is based on the Tournament book of Gašper Lamberger, the Tournament book of René d'Anjou and historical literature, and it represents a detailed insight into the world of European and Slovenian knighthood and tournament participation. A knight, a heavily armed horseman, was part of a military elite formed alongside the higher nobility in the 11th century. In addition to his military role, a knight also strongly influenced the social and cultural aspects of the medieval world with his ideology, culture and ideals. The development of professional army and the growing power of the middle classes in the late Middle Ages reduced a knight's military power, so he started looking for new challenges in the political, economic and financial areas. Above all, a knight concentrated on restoring the chivalric culture. The tournament had a special place in a knight’s life. From the 12th century onwards, a tournament brought together all elements of western chivalry: fighting, ideal views of sacrifice, service, love, faith and hope. During the Middle Ages, its original form of collective military exercises was transformed into a carefully directed royal ceremony of individual duels. Along with the form, the meaning of the tournament also changed, and played an important role in the life of a knight. This is evident in the tournament book the Tournament book of Gašper Lamberger and the Tournament book of René d'Anjou that enable a direct insight into the world of a knights’ tournament and the research of the chivalric world.
Keywords:the Middle Ages, knighthood, chivalry, a knight, medieval knights' tournament, Tournament book of Gašper Lamberger, Tournament book of René d'Anjou


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