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The annals of Jan Długosz

Annales seu cronicae incliti regni Poloniae : an English abridgement

by Jan DЕ‚ugosz

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Published by IM Publications. in Chichester, [England] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civilization, Medieval.,
  • Poland -- History -- To 1572.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCronicae incliti Regni Poloniae.
    Statementby Maurice Michael ; with a commentary by Paul Smith.
    ContributionsMichael, Maurice, 1909-, Smith, Paul.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 673 p. :
    Number of Pages673
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17183658M
    ISBN 101901019004


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Beginnings: The Annals of Johannes Longinus or Dlugossius aka Jan Długosz (Part I) Given the celebration of Poland’s independence (one of the few happy results of the Great War which brought freedom for some though not all European nations), here are some excerpts from Długosz’s Polish Annals regarding the founding of various Suavic.

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His work was first printed in Whenever he bothers to mention himself in the book, he writes of himself in the third person. The Annals of Jan Długosz also describes the battle, although it was written in the 15th century, not when it actually occurred.

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This article is devoted to the subject of age and the elderly in the Middle Ages, and the manner of viewing elderly people in those times. The author uses Jan Długosz’s Annals, booksas his basic source.

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Has been signed on the cover page by someone see photos. Original sleeve and CD not included. Shipped with USPS Media mailSeller Rating: % positive. The aim of the project was to present Jan Dlugosz’s magnum opus – Annals, or Chronicles of the Famous Kingdom of Poland – as one of the pre-eminent historiographical works in late medieval Europe.

The chronicle deserved closer study because of the amount of information it offers, as well as its prominent role in the formation of scholarly. Jan Dlugosz. From the Catholic Encyclopedia (Lat. LONGINUS). An eminent medieval Polish historian, b. at Brzeznica, ; d.

19 May,at Cracow. He was one of the twelve sons born to John and Beata. He received his primary education in Nowy Korczyn, then entered the Academy of Cracow, where he studied literature and philosophy. The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia ().

It might be outdated or ideologically biased. Długosz, Jan Bornin the village of Brzeżnîca, Radomsko Powiat; diedin Kraków. Polish historian and diplomat and canon of Kraków from Appointed archbishop of L’vov in Długosz studied at the University.

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Polish historian and diplomat and canon of Kraków from Appointed archbishop of L’vov in Długosz studied at the University of Kraków (), becoming secretary to Cardinal Z. Oleśnicki () and, later, the tutor of King.

The Długosz Prize The Rev. Jan Długosz (–80) wrote Annals or Chronicles of the Famous Kingdom of Poland and many other University of Gdaƒsk profes-sor of history, Mieczysław Nurek, received the annual Jan Długosz Prize this year.

The Prize consists of a small bronze stature of King Bolesław Chrobry and a. A collection of articles about Annals Of Medicine from The New Yorker, including news, in-depth reporting, commentary, and analysis.