Karaliaus kūnas: barokinis valdovo įvaizdis

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Karaliaus kūnas: barokinis valdovo įvaizdis
Alternative Title:
Body of king: the ruler's image in baroque
In the Journal:
Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis [AAAV]. 2012, t. 65-66, p. 211-230. Lietuvos kultūros karališkasis dėmuo: įvaizdžiai, simboliai, reliktai
Vladislovas Vaza; Vilnius. Vilniaus kraštas (Vilnius region); Lietuva (Lithuania); Ikonografija / Iconography; Jėzuitai / Jesuits.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje plačiau pristatomas 1640 m. Vilniaus universiteto ginamųjų tezių leidinys, dedikuotas Lenkijos karaliui ir Lietuvos didžiajam kunigaikščiui Vladislovui Vazai (1595-1648). Knygelėje suderinti keli žanrai: ginamų aukštosios mokyklos absolvento tezių rinkinys, proginė poezija ir iliustracijos. Straipsnyje plačiau nagrinėjama panegirinė dalis, aptariant kiekvieną graviūrą, susiejant ją su spaudinyje pateiktais eiliuotais tekstais. Leidinys svarbus kaip vienas iš XVII a. pirmos pusės jėzuitų spaudinių, plačiau pristatančių valdovo ikonografiją. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Grafika; Tezės; Ikonografija; Valdovai; Vladislovas Vaza; Graphic arts; Thesis; Iconography; Ruler of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania; Vladislaus Vasa.

ENThe presentation reports on the publication "General philosophy" published in 1640 by Vilnius University and dedicated to Vladislaus Vasa (1595-1648), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania. The tutors and students of Vilnius academia often issued publications that were dedicated to special occasions and reflected the events taking place in the State; however, these publications were rarely illustrated. Studying Vilnius academia printers' publications, issued during the ruling of King Vladislaus Vasa (1632-1648), it is evident that the Jesuits continually followed the political climate of the State and the personal events of the royal family and their relatives, and also prepared publications noting more important events. It is evident that in the practise of these publications, the thesis dedicated to the King is quite rare compared to other publications dedicated to special events and printed in Vilnius the capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. There are only a few known Vilnius University publications of a thesis dedicated to the King. Among them, the examined collection of a thesis from 1640 stands out, where two genr.es are combined: defending a thesis and panegyric. The author of the thesis is Michael Mniszek, the son of a Polish nobleman and kitchen servant for the King who arrived from Cieszyn in Silesia to study.It is assumed that this impressive work is a course of lectures on moral philosophy taught at Vilnius University which was published in the Michael Mniszek name in the form of a thesis by Lucasz Załuski. This publication reveals close cooperation between tutor and student: the problems of ethics taking up 52 pages were adapted for one of the students to acquire a degree. The thesis is comprised of two parts: the first part of practical philosophy has three chapters on Ethics, Economics and Practise, the second part of speculative philosophy has three chapters on Logic, Physics and Metaphysics. Every chapter starts with a panegyric copper etching by an unknown etcher, depicting the King and acting as an encyclopaedia of virtues embodied in the person of the King and described in verses in Latin. [From the publication]

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