Obiekt

Tytuł: A Study of the Rich History of the Baltic Sea Countries

Twórca:

Ekdahl, Sven

Data wydania/powstania:

2016

Typ zasobu:

Text

Inny tytuł:

Fasciculi Archaeologiae Historicae. Fasc. 29 (2016)

Wydawca:

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of Polish Academy of Sciences ; Polish Academy of Sciences. Łódź Branch

Miejsce wydania:

Łódź

Opis:

29 cm

Abstrakt:

The article in memory of Professor Tadeusz Poklewski-Koziełł gives an outline of the history of the Baltic Sea and the surrounding states with the sea as a unifying and sometimes separating element. It is a panoramic view, focusing especially on older history. The presentation begins with an overview of the Baltic Sea as a brackish sea and its individual character in comparison with other seas. This is followed by sections on prehistoric times and Viking Age, the Hanse, the Teutonic Knights and the Livorian War in the second half of the 16th c. Not only Poles, Lithuanians, Russians, and Germans were involved, but also Danes and Swedes. Of great importance for the coming development was the Swedish dream of a Dominium maris Baltici, which was indeed realized in the 17th c., but then turned out to be unrealistic. After the loss of Finland to Russia in 1809, Sweden was reduced to its present size, while Russia and Prussia ascended to new major powers in the Baltic region. In the late 18th c. the great power Poland-Lithuania (Rzeczpospolita) was dismembered into three parts. Art and culture however flourished, despite oppression. In addition to the presentation of political events, views of trade and markets, architecture, cartography, shipbuilding, navies, dynastic questions etc. are also sporadically presented. The article concludes with some personal remarks with reference to the ecology of the Baltic Sea and the Baltic Sea region. The hope is expressed that the many problems with pollution may be brought in the public eye according to the spirit of the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission, also known as the Helsinki Commission (HELCOM)

Bibliografia:

Ekdahl S. 2014. Sweden’s captured crown: The dynastic conflict of Charles IX and Gustavus Adolphus with Sigismund Vasa. In: E. Saviščevas, M. Uzorka (eds.), Lithuania-Poland-Sweden: European dynastic unions and historical-cultural ties. Vilnius, 131-137 ; Selle A. 2016. Giftbomben im Wasser. „Der Tagesspiegel”. Accessed on line 26.09.2016

Czasopismo/Seria/cykl:

Fasciculi Archaeologiae Historicae

Tom:

29

Strona pocz.:

25

Strona końc.:

30

Szczegółowy typ zasobu:

Artykuł

Format:

application/pdf

Identyfikator zasobu:

oai:rcin.org.pl:61237 ; 10.23858/FAH29.2016.003

Źródło:

IAiE PAN, sygn. P III 348 ; IAiE PAN, sygn. P III 349 ; IAiE PAN, sygn. P III 368 ; kliknij tutaj, żeby przejść

Język:

eng

Język streszczenia:

pol

Prawa:

Prawa zastrzeżone - dostęp nieograniczony

Zasady wykorzystania:

Zasób chroniony prawem autorskim. Korzystanie dozwolone w zakresie określonym przez przepisy o dozwolonym użytku.

Digitalizacja:

Instytut Archeologii i Etnologii Polskiej Akademii Nauk

Lokalizacja oryginału:

Biblioteka Instytutu Archeologii i Etnologii PAN

Dofinansowane ze środków:

Ministra Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego ; Działalność upowszechniająca naukę (DUN)

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