THE EFFICACY OF THE PODOLIAN VOIVODESHIP SEJMS IN 1493–1526 (BASED ON METRYKA KORONNA)

Михайловський, Віталій Миколайович (2015) THE EFFICACY OF THE PODOLIAN VOIVODESHIP SEJMS IN 1493–1526 (BASED ON METRYKA KORONNA) Patrimonium. Студії з ранньомодерної історії Центрально-Східної Європи XVI-XVIII ст. (1). pp. 11-30. ISSN 978-966-2449-45-7

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Abstract

In the present article, I outline the practical consequences of the Korona sejms decisions for Podolian voivodeship, 1493–1526. By these outcomes I mean all the documents issued in king’s name for the Podolian voivodeship while the sejm was in session. These documents can be subdivided into two groups: a) sejm constitutions on the matters pertaining to the voivodeship; b) documents for the voivodeship, its towns and local gentry. This method allows us to estimate the efficacy of the senators and ambassadors of the Podolian voivodeship at the sejms during the reign of Jan Olbracht, Alexander I and in the first half of the reign of Sigismund I. I trace the activities undertaken by each voivodeship ambassador at 34 sejms and revise the chronology of gentry gatherings. I make my calculations based on Metryka Koronna (5196 entries in total, 175 pertaining to the Podolian voivodeship). The documents on the Podolian voivodeship comprise mere 3,48% of the entries, while all Ruthenian voivodeships of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland account for 18,68% of entries. This attests to the passivity and lack of experience of the ambassadors at sejms and to a somewhat marginal status of the voivodeship in the kingdom.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: sejm; Metryka Koronna; Podolian voivodeship; nobles
Subjects: Articles in journals > Збірники наукових праць
Divisions: Institutes > Institute of Society > Chair of Ukrainian History
Depositing User: Віталій Миколайович Михайловський
Date Deposited: 20 Jan 2016 09:33
Last Modified: 20 Jan 2016 09:33
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/13335

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