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THE COPY OF VITEZOVIĆS WORK REVIVED CROATIA FROM THE INHERITANCE OF COUNT L. F. MARSIGLIO

ZRINKA BLAŽEVIĆ


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str. 179-227

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Historiographic work of Pavao Ritter Vitezovic requires, due to its far-reaching effects on the Croatian modern political thought, a complete analysis and re-valuation congruently with the postulates of the up-to-date historical science. The first step was made by publishing the two critical editions of Vitezović's translation of the programmatic paper Croatia Rediviva. One copy of the Revived Croatia has been preserved in the inheritance of the count L. F. Marsiglio at Bologna, but it has never been elaborated in a scholarly manner to this day. It differs from the two copies kept in Zagreb by an appendix of 26 pages, where there are descriptions of the geneaology, coats of arms and genealogical trees of the noble families Makar, Vojnovic and De Molli. The copy from Bologna is most probably the same one for which is known that it was Vitezović's present to count Marsiglio and geneaologies displayed therein were intended just for that reader. By analyzing the formal and substantial characteristics of the three geneaologies, we become aware of a somehow significant influence of the Orbini's geneaologies from the third part of his Kingdom of Slavs on the conception of the Bologna Appendix. By looking on it in the whole, the copy of the Revived Croatia from the inheritance of count Marsiglio has been an important contribution for the judgement not only of Vitezović's literary and publishing work, but also for the history of the geneaology and heraldry with the Croats.

Ključne riječi

Vitezović, Revived Croatia, inheritance, count L. F. Marsiglio

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42211

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/42211

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