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COURT SERVICES AND THE INTERNAL CONCEPTION OF DUKE RADOSLAV PAVLOVIĆ’S COURT

Ivana Jurčević ; Filozofski fakultet u Osijeku


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str. 41-60

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The work deals with the hierarchy and internal conception of Duke Radoslav Pavlović’s court, as well as the titles and positions which existed at the Pavlović’s court. The Bosnian nobility resembled
to the great extant the royal court and hierarchy, especially in the 15th century when the local rulers had already been established. Similar to the Bosnian royals (kings), the local rulers also
ordered their hierarchy, court and office, published the privileges and the bulls, made the treats and contracts, waged wars, negotiated both internally and with the neighboring countries. As the Duke Radoslav Pavlović himself had also copied the conception of the court and its functionswhich existed at the Bosnian kings, the same could also be found at his court, but the differences still existed. Thus, at the duke Radoslav Pavlović’s court also existed the functions of the court:
Prince, Protovestijar, Komornik, Scriptwriter, Prince and the Duke, which would be discussed in the work. His counsellors at the court were in most cases his relatives, bratija (fraternity), and they
would be the members of the family Obradović, Vladimirić, Mihailović, Mozolić and Borovnić. As one of the most significant prominent persons and officials at the Radoslav Pavlović’s court, there
is Brailo Terzalović standing out. He also undertook all the functions at his court, from the customs official, protovestijar to the court prince.

Ključne riječi

court, fraternity, court prince, protovestijar, komornik, scriptwriter, prince

Hrčak ID:

170895

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/170895

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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