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Omnia Res Mobilia: Polish Studies in Posthumous Inventories of Movable Property in the 16th-19th Century

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ISBN: 83-85463-32-1
Description: hardback, 302 pp. (21,5x28,5cm) phots, drawings
Condition: very good
Weight: 1225g.

 

Omnia Res Mobilia: Polish Studies in Posthumous Inventories of Movable Property in the 16th-19th Century, ed. by J. Kruppe, A. Pospiech, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw 1999



Introduction
Jerzy Kruppe
Movable Property of Poznan Townspeople in the 18th Century.
A Study of the Structure of Domestic Equipment   
Miroslawa Gajewska
Domestic Equipment in 18th Century Middle-class Households in Poznan and Warsaw   
Elzbieta Balcerzak
Metal Articles in Urban Households of 18th Century Poland
Jerzy Kruppe
Old Articles Among the Movable Possessions of Townspeople in 18th Century Poznan    
Andrzej Pospiech
Regestrum omnium rerum mobilium. Probate Inventories of the Polish Gentry as a Source for the Study of the Landed Society (the Case of Wielkopolska in the 17th Century)  
Dariusz Glowka
Introduction to the Study of Material Evidence on the Living Conditions of the Polish Clergy in the Post-Tridentine Era  
Andrzej Klonder
Personal Effects of Elblag Poorhouse Inmates in the 17th Century
Elzbieta Kowecka
Furnishings and Furniture of Warsaw Houses in the 19th Century (until the 1870s)
Irena Turnau
Jewish Costume in Sixteenth-Eighteenth Century Poland
Irena Turnau
Evolution of the Polish National Costume from ca. 1530 until 1795

 

 

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