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Fwd: [SCA-HRLDS] Charters from central/eastern Europe

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  • Michael Fitzgeoffrey
    Forwarded from SCA heralds discussion group: Begin forwarded message: From: Matilda Stoyle Date: June 13, 2013, 11:43:34 AM PDT To:
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      From: Matilda Stoyle <matilda.stoyle@...>
      Date: June 13, 2013, 11:43:34 AM PDT
      To: Discussions of SCA Heraldry <sca-hrlds@...>
      Subject: [SCA-HRLDS] Charters from central/eastern Europe
      Reply-To: Discussions of SCA Heraldry <sca-hrlds@...>

      Greetings!

      While looking for something else, I ran across some collections of medieval charters from Croatia, Poland, Moravia, and Hungary on the Internet Archive. There are a whole bunch from central Europe that were published in the 19th and early 20th centuries in books titled "Codex diplomaticus", many with indices of names.

      Most of the charters themselves are in Latin. They contain some great names like "Demetrius fil. Predrag", "Budislav
      regens de Kotor", "Voycechenus dictus Oreckzo", and "Martynko de
      Drahanowitz".

      Here are links to the name indices of a handful of these collections....

      Codex diplomaticus Regni Croatiae, Dalmatiae et Slavoniae, volume 5 (13th-century Croatian and Venetian names):

      http://archive.org/stream/codexdiplomatic00umjegoog#page/n686/mode/1up


      Codex diplomaticus Poloniae (13th-16th century Polish):


      http://archive.org/stream/codexdiplomatic00bobogoog#page/n543/mode/1up

      Codex diplomaticus et epistolaris Moraviae, volumes 14 and 15 (13th-15th century Czech and German):


      http://archive.org/stream/codexdiplomatic00vbgoog#page/n201/mode/1up
      http://archive.org/stream/codexdiplomatic00vbgoog#page/n689/mode/1up


      This is two volumes published and scanned together, the first for a set of documents from 1408-1411 and the second from a larger 13th-15th century set.

      A Frangep{a'}n csal{a'}d oklev{e'}lt{a'}ra [Codex diplomaticus comitum de Frangepanibus] (12th-15th c. Magyar and others):

      http://archive.org/stream/frangepncsal01fran#page/391/mode/1up

      There is also a series called "Codex diplomaticus brandenburgensis" with tons of German charters, but I can't seem to find a name index in any of its volumes so far.

      Regards,

      Matilda Stoyle
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