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Tendencies in Political and Territorial Organization in the Episcopal Estates of Zagreb Diocese. Case study of Dubrava, Ivanić and Čazma


Cepetić Rogić, Maja
Tendencies in Political and Territorial Organization in the Episcopal Estates of Zagreb Diocese. Case study of Dubrava, Ivanić and Čazma // Unity and Diversity of Medieval Central Europe
Olomouc, Republika Češka, 2016. (poster, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni)


Naslov
Tendencies in Political and Territorial Organization in the Episcopal Estates of Zagreb Diocese. Case study of Dubrava, Ivanić and Čazma
(Organization in the Episcopal Estates of Zagreb Diocese. Case study of Dubrava, Ivanić and Čazma)

Autori
Cepetić Rogić, Maja

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni

Skup
Unity and Diversity of Medieval Central Europe

Mjesto i datum
Olomouc, Republika Češka, 30.3.-2.4.2016.

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Neobjavljeni rad

Ključne riječi
Slavonia; Middle Ages; Zagreb Diocese; Episcopal Estates

Sažetak
This poster aims at presenting the main tendencies in the political and territorial organisation on the estates of Zagreb Diocese from the 12th to the 14th century. The focus will be on the Diocese’s first estate, Dubrava, a donation by King Ladislas in the process of the founding of Zagreb Diocese at the end of the 11th century. The estate of Dubrava, a comitatus in the 12th century, was fragmented into the three smaller estates in the 13th: Dubrava, Ivanić and Čazma. Politically, all three were (bishops’) comitatus in the 13th century. Their central settlements bearing the same names (Dubrava, Ivanić, Čazma) grew quickly from (novae) villae to become liberae villae, and they became, along with their privileges and new functions, a sign of fast development of the bishops’ territory. A similar development may be observed on king’s territories, especially in the 13th century. Old larger territorial units kept declining while new smaller ones bearing the (same) name of comitatus were organized. Also, the appearance of liberae villae Regis is quite noticeable in this period. The differences in position between the royal and Episcopal villas are in the fact that the Episcopal villas rarely failed to develop into real towns with typically urban social and economic structure. The specific functions performed by the liberae villae allow us to observe both their spatial organisation and urban structure which may help us to determine typology. During the 13th century, within the borders of each estate, the territory started to break down into smaller units, praedia, which produced a new social order, praediales. In that time the tendency of creating (bishops’) privileged settlements, liberae villae, is still noticeable. Both trends continued throughout the middle ages with a favourable impact on economic, social, religious and cultural life on Episcopal estates.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest, Povijest umjetnosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Rijeka

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Maja Cepetić Rogić, (312631)