Patrik Åström: Tendensen i Kristoffers landslag

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Åström, Patrik. Tendensen i Kristoffers landslag. (The Tendency in Kristoffers landslag.) Uppsala 2016. Samlingar utgivna av Svenska fornskriftsällskapet, Serie 1, Svenska skrifter 100. 168 pp. ISBN 978-91-979881-4-8. Just before Christopher of Bavaria took office as king of Sweden in 1442 a revision was made of the Common Law (”Magnus Erikssons landslag”). This revision, later called [Fortsätt …]

Patrik Åström: Vattenmärken i svenska medeltida laghandskrifter och Uppsala universitetsbiblioteks medeltida pappersbrev

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Patrik Åström, Vattenmärken i svenska medeltida laghandskrifter och Uppsala universitetsbiblioteks medeltida pappersbrev (Wasserzeichen in schwedische mittelalterliche Rechtshandschriften und in die mittelalterliche Papierbriefsammlung der Universitätsbibliothek zu Uppsala). Samlingar utgivna av Svenska fornskriftsällskapet. Serie 1. Svenska skrifter 99. 200 pp. ISBN 978-91-979881-3-l. This volume in Samlingar utgivna av Svenska fornskriftsällskapet is a catalogue of 325 watermarks in [Fortsätt …]

Evert Melefors (utg.): Senmedeltida kopparutvinning i Åtvidaberg speglad i räkenskaper från 1500-talets början

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Senmedeltida kopparutvinning i Åtvidaberg speglad i räkenskaper från 1500-talets början, utg. av Evert Melefors. Uppsala 2013. (Copper mining in Åtvidaberg reflected in Late medieval accounts). Samlingar utgivna av Svenska fornskriftsällskapet. Serie 1. Svenska skrifter 98. 143 pp. ISBN 978-91-979881-2-4. This is a commented edition of a series of Late medieval (1500- 1513?) accounts connected to [Fortsätt …]

Lovén & Gejrot: Historieskrivning vid Uppsala domkyrka under högmedeltiden

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The parchment volume C 92 in Uppsala university library contains a catalogue of popes, a list of bishops and archbishops in Uppsala, a Swedish regnal list and an annal. The four texts were written at Uppsala cathedral by one hand, with later additions by other hands. The bishops’ and kings’ lists were written around 1290, the catalogue of popes and the annal around 1305. The annal later became the starting point for the memorial book of Vadstena abbey, but it must have been kept in Uppsala at least until 1344 …

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Lars Wollin (utg.): Bilden av Budde. Studier kring en svensk språkpionjär

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The first professional translator of the Swedish-speaking area was the fifteenth-century Finland- Swedish monk Jöns Budde, considered to have been the first prolific man of letters in Finland. Budde stands out beyond comparison as the most prominent follower of the Bridgetine tradition that originated from the Monastery of Vadstena, Sweden, and its Finnish branch in Nådendal. These institutions left their distinctive mark on late Medieval development in several areas of culture, with influences that resonated into modern times…

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Bengt R. Jonsson (†): Erikskrönikans diktare – ett försök till identifiering

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The primary aim of this book is to attempt to identify the author of Eric’s Chronicle. Previous argumentation regarding who commissioned the Chronicle has not been impartial, which has also obscured the issue of its authorship. Here it is argued that the instigator was lawspeaker Birger Persson, father of Saint Bridget. With regard to the issue of authorship, the general opinion has been that the author was to be found within the circle close to Duke Eric and Duke Valdemar. Despite this, no researcher has previously considered the solution that lies closest to hand, namely that the author was the Duke’s own secretary. His name was Tyrgils Kristineson …

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