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Názvy a jazyk šarišských obcí pred rokom 1775

In: Slavica Slovaca, vol. 50, no. 1
Peter Zubko


Year, pages: 2015, 58 - 73
Names of villages (1775), Slovak-Ruthenian relations, church administration, Saris.
About article:
The importance of this no-knowing documents from Saris from circa 1775 is that: it is a rare official ecclesiastical and administrative memory, which testifies above the tolerance and respect among Slovaks, Hungarians, Germans and Ruthens who they lived side by side. From the document it shows that there was a close link between the Church, respectively local spiritual and believers, it was manifested in the use of languages. The seats of the Latin (Roman Catholic) parishes has been used Slovak language (with a few exceptions, when they used the Hungarian and German) and at the seats of the Uniate parishes (Greek Catholic) were registered Ruthenian language. This stereotype was transferred to general awareness, but at the lists of Zemplínska stool from the same period this rule does not apply fully, which is obvious from Barkoci visitation from the 18th century.
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Zubko, P. 2015. Názvy a jazyk šarišských obcí pred rokom 1775. In Slavica Slovaca, vol. 50, no.1, pp. 58-73. 0037-6787 .

Zubko, P. (2015). Názvy a jazyk šarišských obcí pred rokom 1775. Slavica Slovaca, 50(1), 58-73. 0037-6787 .