Skoči na glavni sadržaj

Izvorni znanstveni članak

The boundaries of the bishop’s possessions Dubrava, Ivanić and Čazma in the Middle Ages

Maja Cepetić ; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Rijeci Odsjek za povijest umjetnosti, Rijeka, Hrvatska

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 576 Kb

str. 217-232

preuzimanja: 711



Ključne riječi

On the basis of historical sources, most notably the charter of King Emeric from 1201, this study determined precisely the mediaeval boundaries of the possessions that belonged to the Bishop of Zagreb regarding the lands in Dubrava, Ivanić and Čazma. It was established that the Dubrava estate, which the Bishop of Zagreb received from King Ladislaus on the occasion of the founding of the Diocese of Zagreb in the late 11th century, encompassed also the later separated estates Ivanić and Čazma. With the act of donation, the entire area of the bishop’s original possession Dubrava was entirely excluded from the King’s possessions, thus becoming the manorial estate of the Bishop of Zagreb, where he became with granted rights the autonomous ruler of this area over the time. The land was exempted from royal decrees, levies and other norms, which were present on royal estates that were assembled in counties. It is precisely this, along with other prerequisites, that- during the establishment of counties-also provided for the developing of counties under the authority of the bishop. The bishop followed the King or the nobility respectively in the micro-organisation of the territory, thereby adapting to the broader system of the territorial organisation. By this, it was determined that the boundaries of the bishop’s original possessions served as the basis for the later organisation of this area into counties (comitatus). Precisely determined boundaries are an important starting point for further studies on the area of the above-mentioned bishop’s estates in the Middle Ages

Hrčak ID:



Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

Posjeta: 1.057 *