Bajorų luomo vedybinių ryšių atspindžiai Žemaičių Žemės ir Pilies teismų aktuose : XVI a. II pusė - XVII a. I pusė

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Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Bajorų luomo vedybinių ryšių atspindžiai Žemaičių Žemės ir Pilies teismų aktuose: XVI a. II pusė - XVII a. I pusė
Alternative Title:
Reflections of marital relations of the nobles in the Low Landers’ land and Castle courts acts: the II half of the 16th century - the I half of the 17th century
Keywords:
LT
Atspindžiai; Bajorai; Bajorų luomas; Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštystė (LDK; Grand Duchy of Lithuania; GDL); Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštija, XVI–XVII a.; Pilies teismo knygos; Vedybiniai ryšiai; Žemaitija (Samogitia); Žemaičių žemės (pilies) teismas.
EN
Acts; Castle Court; Grand Duchy of Lithuania, 16th – 17th century; Land (Castle) Court of Samogitia; Landed nobility; Lowland of Lithuania (Zhemaitija); Marital relations; Nobles; Reflections.
Summary / Abstract:

ENAn immigration of the nobles from abroad to the Lowlands of Lithuania (Žemaitija) in the 16th - 17“ centuries has not been investigated until now. This article aims to show how the process exactly was going on, to ascertain how the marriage bonds have helped foreign nobles to institutionalize into the local community of Žemaitija. From the second half of the 16th century the Lithuanian law has not restricted the acquirement of land property in Žemaitija for foreigners. Therefore numerous nobles from Poland, Prussia, Livonia, the Grand Duchy of Moscow and other countries have bought, got grants (benefit and fief) to possess land in Žemaitija. Most of them (about 80 per cents) have come from Poland. Documents show that we could speak about partial assimilation of foreign.nobles in Žemaitija and their resettlement. The early modem history of Žemaitija is not invisible without such families as Gorskiai, Nagurskiai, Gadonai and others. The next trend which is noticeable in the end of the 16th c. and the first half of the 17th c. - marriage bonds between the same nationality and confession people, peculiarly German and Russian phenomenon and less Polish. Marriage has influenced the social state of a person, so we could see purposeful bonds. Generally, marriages were allied between families which had the same social and religion status. [From the publication]

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995556492Х
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