Studia z dziejów średniowiecza (Medieval Studies), originally entitled Gdańskie Studia z dziejów średniowiecza (Gdańsk Medieval Studies) is a journal which has been published in Gdańsk since 1994. Articles cover a broad range of topics includingpolitics, society and culture. The only restriction to contributions is thatthey must concern the Middle Ages, defined as the period from the 5th to the 15th century.The journal publishes research by scholars from various seats of learning inboth Poland and abroad. The latest issue no 22 is in English. It contains following articles:
Přemysl Bar – Gdańsk Affairs at the Council of Constance (1414–1418)
Ewa Bojaruniec-Król – The ennoblement of Gdańsk patricians in the second half of the fifteenth century and the early sixteenth century.
Bogdan Burliga – Putting Ancient History in a Medieval Text: the Second Part of Honoré Bonet’s Chivalric Manual L’arbre des batailles.
Małgorzata Dowlaszewicz – The social and economic status of women reflected in the medieval Dutch legend of Beatrijs.
Mariola Freza-Olczyk – Bishop Conrad III of Kamień Pomorski: a common clergyman and a politician in the Duchy of Pomerania in 1233–1241.
Maja Gąssowska – Scenes from the life of a rich widow (Reval in the mid-fourteenth century).
Weronika Grochowska – Export of artworks from the territory of the State of the Teutonic Order between the mid-fourteenth and mid-fifteenth centuries. Some aspects of the trade, art market, and artistic contacts between Prussia and the North.
Rafał Kubicki – The schools and studies of the Dominicans in the Prussian contrata to the beginning of the sixteenth century
Tamás Lados – The origins of the primatial authority of the archbishops of Esztergom in Hungary (eleventh–fourteenth centuries). Katarzyna Niemczyk – A few remarks about Bogdan the One-Eyed’s matrimonial policies in the context of the conflict between Poland and Moldova in 1509.
￼Wojciech Odoj – Musical Motifs in Hans Memling’s Last Judgment (The National Museum in Gdańsk, c.1471).
Patrik Pastrnak – Adducimus gemmam et florem: Bona Sforza’s bridal journey (1518) in the light of rituals and ceremonies.
Monika Rusakiewicz – The murder of Warcisław I in documents and historiography from the twelfth to sixteenth centuries.
Piotr Samól – Borrowing Images of Empire: The contribution of research on the artistic influence of the Holy Roman Empire on Polish Romanesque architecture in the eleventh and twelfth centuries.
Błażej Śliwiński – Czech involvement in King Henry V of Germany’s expedition against Poland in September 1109 from the perspective of Polish historiography.
Adrien Quéret-Podesta – The episode of the murder of Hungarian King Ladislas IV’s officer in the Chronicle of Spišska Sobota and its significance.
The issue will be available online at http://www.ejournals.eu/stzdsr/