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GENERAL AND LEGAL HISTORY OF MAKARSKA AND ITS LITTORAL UNTIL AUSTRIAN RULE
; Upravna škola Zagreb, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf (172 KB)
Marušić, B. (2017). OPĆA I PRAVNA POVIJEST MAKARSKE I PRIMORJA DO AUSTRIJSKE VLADAVINE. Zbornik radova Veleučilišta u Šibeniku, (3-4/2017), 111-131. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/184686
Makarska with its Littoral covers the area south of Omiš and borders on Omiš Riviera and Poljica while south at Baćina makes the completion today of Central Dalmatia. With the main town of Makarska and twenty surrounding villages played an important role in history as a borderline Ottoman and later Venetian and Austrian territory. From the original self-governance through attempts adhesion to Venice fell in two centuries of Ottoman Empire of which are still the misconception that it was only a «tyrannical». It was to his reign in the 16th century enacted criminal law and public law of local governments of “Primorska league”. About general and legal history is written in the first half, then in the secondis chronological order of the distribution and organization of government and at the end are reports on research about the statutes of Makarska and the Littoral from1523/1551.
Makarska; Makarska Riviera and the Krajina; legal history of Makarska; the statute of Makarska and the Littoral; Primorska liga 1551.
Hrčak ID: 184686
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