Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 30 avhandlingar innehållade ordet aristocracy.
1. Mandom och mödom : Sexualitet, homosocialitet och aristokratisk identitet på det senmedeltida Island
Sammanfattning : The purpose of this study is to show how political and sexual strategies interacted when the Icelandic elite was reorganized in the late Middle Ages. During the years 1262 through 1264, the Icelanders agreed to pay tax to the Norwegian king and thus Iceland evolved into a more organized and hierarchical society. LÄS MER
2. I kungens frånvaro. Formeringen av en isländsk aristokrati 1271–1387
Sammanfattning : Icelandic society was transformed during the 13th century. There was no kingdom in Iceland until 1262/1264, when the Norwegian kingship annexed the country. Along with the kingship a new political system, with new rules and ways to acquire power, emerged. LÄS MER
3. Bergsbruk och aristokrati : Järnhantering, jordbruk och landskap i Norbergs bergslag 800-1580
Sammanfattning : This study challenges two general opinions concerning the beginning of iron-making in blast furnaces in early medieval times in one of Sweden’s oldest mining district, (I) that iron was the reason for colonisation in early medieval times and (II) that independent “mining-peasants” (Sw. bergsmän) colonised the medieval mining fields and developed iron-making. LÄS MER
4. Aristokratiskt rum och gränsöverskridande. Järrestad och sydöstra Skåne mellan region och rike 600-1100
Sammanfattning : This dissertation focuses on the second wave of central places in south Scandinavia, emerging during the prolonged 7th century. The point of departure is a case study of an aristocratic setting in Järrestad, situated in the southernmost part of Sweden. Two problem complexes are tackled: 1. LÄS MER
5. Statstjänare och jordägare : Adelsideologi i Per Brahe den äldres "Oeconomia"
Sammanfattning : The starting point of this investigation into the Oeconomia eller Hushållsbok för ungt adelsfolk (“Householding book for young noblemen”) of Per Brahe (1520–1590) is that the 16th century was a time of change for the Swedish nobility. As the noble estate’s societal function changed – due to the successive development and establishment of the Vasa-dynasty state – new social roles emerged. LÄS MER