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The oldest book of the period of Stralsund citizens 1319 to 1348

Buergerbuch-Stralsund

Stralsund was given to the settlement in the wake of the German eastward expansion in 1234 between the notice of princes Wizlaw I. the city charter to Rostock or. Lübeck model. The area was at that time mainly by Slavs besiedelt.Im 14. Century was regarded as an important Hanseatic city of Stralsund already, equal to Lübeck.



The Verfestungsbuch the city of Stralsund

The series published by the Historical Society of the Hanseatic history sources Stralsund city opened a book, which served the criminal justice. Even before the 14. Century, the site recorded in Stralsund by the court made fixations on single sheets of parchment. Only then was laid on its own for the reception of certain solidifications books: so in Rostock seit 1319, in Wismar since 1353 and since in Stralsund 1310, while they seem to be in Greifswald the old system of registration in the general city remained faithful to book. Veröffentlicht sind vollständige Verfestigungsbücher bisher nur  [...]



Historical sources on the history of Livand, Estonia and Courland

In the high Middle Ages began the subjugation of the Baltic country by the Knights since the beginning of the 13. First century of Riga (Livonian Order) from 1226 Also of Kulm in today's Poland and the Baltic penetrated up to 1300 large areas were brought under their rule. As a "German-Baltic", the former German-speaking elite in the provinces of Livonia, Courland and Estonia called. Below I have listed books, dealing exclusively with the historical course of this Baltic countries.