The history of Reval under the Swedish and Russian rule beginning of the Danish government (1219-1227) The interregnum of the Sword and the Order establishing the City (1227-1238) The other rule of the Danes to the beginning of the Order of Time (1238-1346) Trade relations Reval's time to Danes The internal state of the city of Reval Reval during the rule of the Order (1346-1561) The time to Plettenberg (1346-1494) The time to Plettenberg until the occurrence of Swedish rule (1535-1561) The trade relations Raval during the Order period of cultural history…. Reval under the Russian rule source: Eugene of Nottbeck: Geschichte und Kunstdenkmäler der [...]
Monumenta Livoniae Antiquae : Collection of chronicles, Report, Documents and other written memorials and essays, which to explain the history of Liv-, Ehst- and Kurland's serve.
These six works were published during the period 1864 to 1893 and form one of the most important sources of Polish history. The author August Bielowski (1806-1876) were the first three volumes out with cops and inscriptions of the grave stones, or the earliest mention of the Slavs in this area. The other volumes were published by a group of the Academy of Sciences.
Those: Bretschneider, August: List of evangelical parishes, Churches and chapels, Church of the cartridge and the Protestant ministers in office at the province of Pomerania : stating the occupation rights of parishes, Szczecin: Louis Verlag Pasenow, 1924 (With a name list of the clergy, the churches and chapels)
The Bayreuth ordination book is a valuable source for the history of the Church. The entries refer mainly to the parishes of the county of Mark Brandenburg, including the prior 1610 of Brandenburg-Ansbach associated deaneries Neustadt and Baiersdorf.