Life, Esth and Curlandisches Urkundenbuch together Regesten. 1 Band. 1093-1300 / edited by Dr. Friedrich Georg von Bunge Liv-, Est and Curlandisches Urkundenbuch together Regesten. 2 Band. 1301-1367 / edited by Dr. Frederich Georg von Bunge Liv-, Est and kurländisches Urkundenbuch. Abt. 2, Bd. 2: 1501-1505 / ed. Leonid Arbuzov / founded by F. G. in. Bunge, continued by order of knights and Baltic cities of Hermann Hildebrand, Philip Schwartz and Leonid Arbuzov Liv-, Est and kurländisches Urkundenbuch : Bd. 3: 1. Addenda to the first two bands.[...]
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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.
As a charter book is known in history, a printed collection of medieval and early modern documents from a content, geographical or factual connection. In previous publications and on the German-speaking countries is not common Diplomatarium, otherwise similar conceptions in the language. Codex is also common in older editions diplomaticus. Weitere Urkundenbücher und Matrikel findet ihr hier: