Glossary | Plemenito

Glossary | Plemenito

Glossary


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Brigantine is a ship of medium size, the main war. As a warship he could receive 70 people. He was distinguished by speed and agility.

References: GPB, 2, Banja Luka 2009, 151-152, (Pavle Dragičević).

Brotherhood - Indicates all the members of one of the relatives (blood) communities that share the noble legacy together, headed by one representative who regularly appear first of all as a witness in the just ruler of the dynasty Kotromanić.

GPB, 1, Banja Luka 2008, 18, (Jelena Mergic).

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The Lord - a way of pronouncing special respect to the exalted dignitary. It is often used with a single title, e.g. Mr. Ban. Kotromanići have used since the time of Stane Stjepan II, emphasizing their own sovereignty and self-sustainability, and that all the authorities in their countries have given all the vassal obligations. Some of the more powerful anxious giants are thus released with the term gentleman.

Literature: M. Blagojevic, State Land Pavlovica, in: Zemljo Pavlovic-Medieval Era and the period of the Turkish Government, Banja Luka-Srpsko Sarajevo, 2003, 125-126, p.43; GPB, 1, 2008, 17, (Jelena Mergic) and 49 (Dejan Jecmenica).

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Dvoreski - a title that had the administrator of the courtyard of the Kotromanić dynasty. It was first published in 1378. It was not inherited but it gave rule and later the domain of the master.

References: GPB, 1, Banja Luka 2008, 119-120, (Pavle Dragičević).

Income from the Serbian - annual tribe of 2000 perpera that the Serbs paid to the Serbian state for free trade. Mitrovdan stood as a payment deadline. The prince Trvertko inherited the Serbian throne in 1377, since then the income was fired by the Kotromanic people.

References: GPB, 2, Banja Luka 2009, 126, (Rade Mihaljčić).

Dijjak - one of the names for writing in medieval Serbia and the countries of Kotromanić. Initially, this Reverend meant Tacona, because in the early Middle-Eastern literature literature was limited to the clergy, as the student started to mark and write regardless of whether it belonged to the churches or not. This significance was maintained even in the late Middle Ages, although the scribes at that time were the main lighthouses.

References: References: GPB, 1, Banja Luka 2008, 83, (Arandjel Smiljanić).

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Capelan - The title carries a Catholic witness who manages a smaller church or chapel.

References: GPB, 2, Banja Luka 2009, 62, (Dejan Jecmenica).

Chamber - a state treasury in which all revenues were combined. In Serbian countries, she called such a house of kings or treasuries. At the head of the chamber was a chamberlain. In Dubrovnik, this service was performed by three chambers, who managed the revenues in the name of the city.

References: GPB, 1, Banja Luka 2008, 156, (Aleksandra Fostikov).

My Kings - it was a written form that expressed the whole government of the kingdom. Thus, this is a way of expressing the dignity of the government, in order to show even a deeper difference between the dignity of the government and the rulers themselves, in which case the emphasis is sovereign authorites. In 1377, the German-led diplomatic practice accepts many of the elements of German diplomatic practice, Nemancica's father-in-law who inherited the throne and crown of his relatives, so the Kotromanica fortune convenes the construction of the kingdom.

References: GPB, 1, Banja Luka, 2008, 50, (Dejan Jecmenica).

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Meshter - signified a trained, charred man.

References: GPB, 2, Banja Luka 2009, 126, (Rade Mihaljčić).

Grace (gentleman) - in medieval Serbia, Hum and Bosnia and Herzegovina, signifies the sovereign mercy, the reward for the faithful service of the rulers rewarded the power of the government, most often confirming earlier and assigning new earthly poses.

Literature: M. Blagojevic, State Administration in Serbian Medieval Land, Belgrade, 1997, 59-79; GPB, 1, Banja Luka, 2008, 17, (Jelena Mergic).

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Perpera - treasury monetary unit. In the medieval Serbs and Kotromanic countries, one line was costing 12 silver dinar.

References: GPB, 1, Banja Luka, 2008, 50, (Dejan Jecmenica).

Leave - persons enjoying a public source and based on this they decided to devote themselves to respecting the record of the legal act and to enter into its presentation. In the Medieval Chapters with the territory of the state of Kotromanić, one witness from the court is most often quoted, and one of the governments, an hour or a scepter, as a person from the province of rulers on the one hand, and the destinator, with another country.

Literature: M. Blagojević, State Administration in Serbian Medieval Land, Belgrade, 1997, 144-145; GPB, 1, Banja Luka 2008, 19, (Jelena Mergic).

Noble - signifies the government of the Basilica's exit and appears in the favor of Kotromanić and on the marimura (stecima).

References: SSA, I, Belgrade 2002, 87, (Jelena Mržić-Radojčić)

The Protestant - its main was to secure the revenues of rulers and states. He was caring for customs and he was trying to facilitate the movement and salvation of traders. He supported the government and led fiscal and financial political states. This title was originally from Byzantium, and the first one among the intercourse was taken by King Dusan. Since the transition of the crown of Kotromanić's crown, King Tvrtko took over the Nemanjice court ceremony and the team of the protesters. Pr