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LIV - 2015 - YEARBOOK of "G. Bariţiu" Institute of History - SUPPLEMENT

Literacy Experiences concerning Medieval and Early Modern Transylvania


Edited by
Susana Andea
Adinel Ciprian Dincă

This work was supported by grant of Ministry of National Education CNCS-UEFISCDI
Nr. PN-II-2012-4-0579

Foreword
Susana ANDEA
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9-10
BETWEEN ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONPages
Hearing, Writing: Uses of the Spoken and Written Word in Last Wills and Testaments
Mária Lupescu MAKÓ
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abstract
13-31
Notaries Public in Transylvania in Late Medieval Transylvania. Prerequisites for the Reception of a Legal Institution
Adinel DINCĂ
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abstract
33-47
Scripta mechanicorum: Craftsmen and Writing Praxis in Medieval Transylvania (15th -16th Centuries) – Preliminary Considerations
Lidia GROSS
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abstract
49-65
The Late Medieval Churchwarden's Accounts of Sibiu / Hermannstadt (1505-1511)
SIMON Zsolt
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abstract
67-87
FROM MONUMENTAL TO PRESENT WRITINGPages
Epigraphic Scripts from Romanesque to Early Renaissance in Medieval and Pre-modern Transylvania
Ioan ALBU
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abstract
91-117
Writing and Public in Late Medieval Transylvania. Selected Evidence of Monumental Writing and its Meaning
Ciprian FIREA
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abstract
119-128
Present-day Writing and Oral Communication Practices in the Field of History
Adriana BOGDAN
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abstract
129-140
MEANINGS OF THE WRITTEN WORDSPages
How Romanians Say It, in the People’s Words: Local Onomastics and Toponymy in Latin Transylvanian Documents
Ioan-Aurel POP
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abstract
143-155
The Meaning of the Term ”Desertum” in the Transylvanian Document Issued by Cardinal Gregory de Santa Maria in Portico
Şerban TURCUŞ
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abstract
157-174
Romanian Texts with Latin Letters and Hungarian Spelling (16th-18th Centuries)
NAGY Levente
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abstract
175-183
Serbian Language and Cyrillic Script as a Means of Diplomatic Literacy in South Eastern Europe in 15th and 16th Centuries
Neven ISAILOVIC, Aleksandar KRSTIC
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abstract
185-195
LITERATE EDUCATION AND SOCIAL MOBILITYPages
Academic Education and Social Mobility in Transylvania during the Late Middle Ages
Konrad GÜNDISCH
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abstract
199-206
Considerations Regarding the Intellectual Background of the Bishops of Oradea in the Middle Ages up to the Year 1526
Răzvan Mihai NEAGU
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abstract
207-219
The Noblemen of Maramures and Literacy in the 14th-17th Centuries
Livia ARDELEAN
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abstract
221-238
The Role of Writing in the Life of the Transylvanian Vice-chancellor Kálnoki Sámuel
PAPP Kinga
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abstract
239-247
16th and 17th Century Czech and Slovak Books from the Collection of Viennese Cardinal Migazzi
Andreea MÂRZA
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abstract
249-260
PRINCELY CHANCERY AND WRITING PRAXISPages
Formulary and Chancery Practice in Transylvania during Michael the Brave’s Reign (1599-1600)
Avram ANDEA
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abstract
263-280
Literacy in the Service of Diplomacy: Transylvanian Emissaries, Translators and Scribes at the Ottoman Porte during the Reign of Michael Apafi I
Anton DÖRNER
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abstract
281-293
The Chancellery of the Transylvanian Principality and the Career of the Advocates in the 16th Century Cluj
PAKÓ László
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abstract
295-315
Writing Praxis and Document Forgery in Princely Transylvania (16th -17th Centuries)
Susana ANDEA
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abstract
317-333
Paper in Transylvanian Princely Chancery. Some Details Concerning Watermarks
Mirela CĂRĂBINEANU
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abstract
335-361
WRITING AND EVERYDAY LIFEPages
Literacy, Performance and Memory: the áldomás (trankopfer) in Medieval and Early Modern Hungary and Transylvania
Martyn RADY
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abstract
365-375
Nobility and Written Culture in the South-Western Borderland of the Principality of Transylvania
Adrian MAGINA
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abstract
377-388
Rural Literacy in 17th Century Transylvania. The Case of Cluj-Mănăștur
Livia MAGINA
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abstract
389-398
Merchants from Iaşi and Their Trade with Transylvania in Documents between the 17th –18th Centuries
Marius CHELCU
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abstract
399-407
Villains at the Border between Moldova and Transylvania in Romanian Acts from the 17th Century
Cătălina CHELCU
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abstract
409-420

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