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Title:"Kronika grofov Celjskih" in "Seznam deželnih sovražnikov" kot vira za zgodovino Spodnje Savinske in Šaleške doline v prvi polovici 15. stoletja
Authors:Rožič, Mateja (Author)
RAVNIKAR, TONE (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Kronika grofov Celjskih in Seznam deželnih sovražnikov predstavljata glavna vira diplomske naloge, ki prikazujeta burno obdobje slovenske srednjeveške zgodovine. V preučevanju navedenih virov sem se omejila na področje Spodnje Savinjske in Šaleške doline v prvi polovici 15. stoletja, kjer se je odvijala t. i. fajda, ki se je vnela med Celjskimi grofi in Habsburžani. Cilj diplomske naloge je bil topografsko popraviti Goliev prevod Kronike grofov Celjskih, ter zgodbo preveriti s Seznamom deželnih sovražnikov, ki sem ga izbrala kot dodatni vir. Le-ta predstavlja tiste osebe, ki so v času habsburško-celjske vojne delovale na Kranjskem in Štajerskem proti deželnemu pravu. Pri topografskem popravljanju slovenskega prevoda sem se posluževala Kronesove izdaje Celjske kronike in naletela na precej napak, ki se nanašajo na obravnavano področje. Tako je npr. v Golievem prevodu stolp v Šaleški dolini Turn pri Škalah, Ravne pa so v bistvu Forhtenek. Pri usklajevanju zgodbe, ki jo podajata Kronika in Seznam deželnih sovražnikov, pa sem naletela na ljudi in gradove oz. gospostva, ki so obema viroma skupni. Tako oba vira omenjata Jošta Soteškega in Henrika Erlauerja ter gradove Lindek, Helfenberg, Forhtenek itd.
Keywords:Celjsko-Habsburška vojna, Seznam deželnih sovražnikov, Kronika grofov Celjskih, Zgodovina prve polovice 15. stoletja, Šaleška dolina, Spodnja Savinjska dolina
Year of publishing:2009
Publisher:[M. Rožič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:93/94(043.2)
COBISS_ID:16812296 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:PQJED8ZV
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Language:English
Title:THE CHRONICLE OF CELJE AND THE REGISTER OF COUNTRY`S ENEMIES AS SOURCES FOR THE HISTORY OF LOWER SAVINJSKA AND ŠALEŠKA VALLEY IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 15th CENTURY
Abstract:The Chronicle of the Counts of Celje and the Register of country’s enemies show the stormy period in Slovenian medieval history and represent the main sources of the diploma. I limited my research of the listed sources within the area of the Lower Savinjska and Šaleška valley in the first half of the 15th century. In this particular period the well known war between the counts of Celje and the Habsburgs was taking place. One of the main goals of this diploma was the topographical correction of Golia’s translation of the Chronicle and the confirmation of the story with another source; the List of county’s enemies which represents those who worked against the land law during the war time. I used the Krones’s edition of the Celje Chronicle in order to topographical correct the Slovenian translation and came across many mistakes. Golia names “Turn pri Škalah” as “stolp v Šaleški dolini” and “Forhtenek” as “Ravne” which is obviously incorrect. In reconciliation between the story which is shown by the Chronicle and the Register of country’s enemies I have come across men and castles that are in common to both sources. Both mention Jošt Soteški and Henrik Erlauer and castles Lindek, Helfenberg, Forhtenek, etc.
Keywords:Celje-Habsburg war, Register of country’s enemies, The Chronicle of the Counts of Celje, History of the first half of the 15th century, Šaleška valley, Lower Savinjska yalley


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