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Title:ZEMLJIŠKI GOSPOSTVI RAVNO POLJE IN MAJŠPERK V TEREZIJANSKEM POPISU HIŠ 1754
Authors:ID Ekart Misleta, Natalija (Author)
ID Hozjan, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Zadravec, Dejan (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf UN_Ekart_Misleta_Natalija_2016.pdf (5,88 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Zgodovino posameznih krajev v pretežni meri predstavljajo prebivalci, ki v teh krajih živijo. Najboljši zgodovinski vir za slednje raziskave so popisi prebivalstva. Nekdanja država je začela popisovati prebivalstvo sredi 18. stoletja. Ozadje tega popisa je bilo predvsem vojaško, saj je takratna oblast želela izvesti reforme vojaškega nabornega sistema. Za takšen korak pa so potrebovali podatke o številu prebivalstva ter njegovi strukturi in gibanju. V diplomskem delu sem na podlagi delnega popisa prebivalstva iz leta 1754 predstavila zgodovino zemljiških gospostev Ravno polje s pripadajočim trgom Ptujska gora in Majšperk. Prav tako sem predstavila javnoupravne reforme tedanje vladarice dednih habsburških dežel, nadvojvodinje Avstrije, kraljice Ogrske in Češke, Marije Terezije, ki je nedvomno dokazala, da za učinkovito vladanje ni nujno potreben moški. Na koncu še sledita popisa podložnih hiš v gospostvih Ravno polje s pripadajočim trgom Ptujska gora in Majšperk iz leta 1754 ter njuni transliteraciji, ki dajeta vpogled v tedanjo strukturo podložnega prebivalstva. Iz popisa lahko razberemo imenski seznam imetnikov kmečkih posesti ter njihove statuse, in sicer: celi, tričetrtinski, polovični ali četrtinski kmetje ter kočarski in vinogradniško kočarski, gostaški oziroma viničarski statusni podložniki.
Keywords:Gospostvo Majšperk, gospostvo Ravno polje, trg Ptujska Gora, terezijanski popis hiš leta 1754, Marija Terezija
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[N. Ekart Misleta]
Year of publishing:2016
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-60251 New window
UDC:94(497.412)"17"(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:22481416 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:LLYWEOFF
Publication date in DKUM:31.08.2016
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Language:English
Title:THE FEUDAL ESTATES RAVNO POLJE AND MAJŠPERK IN THE THERESIAN CENSUS OF REAL ESTATE PROPERTIES IN 1754
Abstract:The history of individual places is mainly represented by people who live in these places. The best historical sources for such research are population censuses. Former state authorities began to describe the population in the middle of the 18th century. The background of this inventory was primarily military, as the then government wanted to reform military conscription. For such a step they needed data on the population, its structure and movement. On the basis of a partial census in 1754, I present a history of the Ravno polje estate with the corresponding market towns Ptujska Gora and Majšperk estate. I also presented a public administrative reform of the then ruler of hereditary Habsburg lands, the archduchess of Austria, Queen of Hungary and the Czech Kingdom, who certainly demonstrated that effective governance does not have to be masculine. In the end, I present census of houses on the Ravno polje estates with their corresponding market towns of Ptujska Gora and Majšperk estate, out in 1754, and their transliteration, which provides an insight into the then structure of the underlying population. From the census a list of registered holders of agricultural estates and their status can be seen.
Keywords:Majšperk Estate, Ravno polje Estate, the market town of Ptujska Gora, Marija‒Theresian census of houses in 1754, Maria Theresa


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