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Adatok a magyarországi ötvösség történetéhez VI. Nagyszombat (I. rész: 15–17. század)

Addenda to the history of goldsmith's art in Hungary VI. Nagyszombat / Trnava (Part I: 15–17th centuries)

Művészettörténeti Értesítő
Author:
András Grotte

Abstract

The paper is a chapter in the systematic exploration of goldsmith's art in historical Hungary. While in another series of publications, the author summarizes the historical information on goldsmith dynasties in various towns, matching it with the extant works. He makes an attempt to redefine the 16–17th century proof-marks. Here, he relies on the registers of Nagyszombat (today: Trnava in Slovakia). In the Addenda he publishes proof-marks and objects who have wrongly attributed to masters from Nagyszombat.

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This is the sixth part of a series of publications about the history of goldsmith's art in Hungary based on archival sources, registrars, citizens’ registers, guild documents, tax registers processed by cities and regions. The goldsmiths and silversmiths revealed by the above documents by name are compared with the old research literature to rectify its data on the one hand, and on the other, goldsmith's marks and objects are attributed to the particular artists. The present publication reviews the history of goldsmith's art in Nagyszombat (today Trnava, Slovakia), the first part of which – the 15–17th century – was released in Művészettörténeti Értesítő 2009/1. Now the equally rich output of the 18–19th centuries is taken stock of, together with the names of several artists. Some published art works are known from public collections, others from private owners or art dealers.

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–1431 [Charters of the fifteenth century popes. I. Pope Martin V (1417–1431)] , Budapest : Magyar Tudományos Akadémia , 1931 . ADRIAN MAGINA : Conscripția și inventarul bunurilor cetății Ineu în anul 1605 [Conscription and inventory of the goods of Ineu

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military life in the barracks parallel to the developing plot, which here approaches the King and his Minister of Defence’s conscription. 56 Removing the brass ensemble implied further alterations; for example, the inclusion of bassoons in this military

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the conscription of psychedelic pharmaceuticals by neoliberal heuristics. If this explanatory model aids the assimilation of psychedelics within capitalist healthcare, it will undermine the healing potential of psychedelics, since any mainstream

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. Frequent winter engagements in Medieval Russia might be explained by easy conscription. Bulgars and Khazars congregated into cities during the winter and scattered throughout the steppes in spring and summer. 26 Mänchen-Helfen (n. 14) 54; Blockley, R. C

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conscription (prior to 1960), non-veterans of comparable age (≥65 years), current members of the armed forces, and veterans responding with ages improbable for joining or leaving the armed forces (i.e., joining when under 16 years old or over 55 years old) were

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conscription, recruitment, and the use of minors (under fifteen years of age), and condemns as war crimes deliberate attacks on educational and medical infrastructures. 5 It is true that the field of transitional justice has produced much reflection, in the

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law, i.e. only contracted soldiers can be deployed in combat and Russia has not ordered a general conscription of the population. 10 Accordingly, in the following, the article will attempt to clarify whether the Russian position that the attack on

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