Consors, soror, filia, mater et ducissa : k vládní praxi žen po boku přemyslovských knížat (do roku 1197)

Variant title
Consors, soror, filia, mater et ducissa : zur Herrschaftspraxis der Frauen an der Seite przemyslidischer Herzöge (bis 1197)
Source document: Studia historica Brunensia. 2015, vol. 62, iss. 1, pp. [73]-103
Extent
[73]-103
  • ISSN
    1803-7429 (print)
    2336-4513 (online)
Type: Article
Language
Czech
License: Not specified license
Abstract(s)
The paper deals with the practice of rulership of the duchesses or queens in Bohemia and Moravia in central Middle Ages, focusing on their influence on issuing (intervention, petition, or as witness) the charters and their roles at the court of dukes of the Přemyslides dynasty. As the wife of a duke, a reigning duchess enjoyed a personal and political closeness to the duke, i.e. she used to follow his ruling practice, but she had, thanks to her dowry or higher status (for instance Eufemia, consort of duke Oto I. of Moravia, or Elisabeth, wife of duke Friedrich I., both princesses of Hungary), financial resources as well as household or in the late twelfth century court-officials that gave her some possibilities to make individual political decisions.
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  • Studie vznikla v rámci projektu specifického výzkumu Masarykovy univerzity MUNI/A/0840/2013 "Codex diplomaticus et epistolaris regni Bohemiae 2014".
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