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Swearing-in texts of borough and professional communities, composed in Slovenian up to the mid-19th century

  • Collection, transcription and accompanying studies: Boris Golec
  • Editor: Matija Ogrin
  • Supervision and consulting: Majda Merše and Kozma Ahačič
  • Digital encoding: Tomaž Erjavec
  • Document photography and graphical processing: Marko Zaplatil
  • Publisher: Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies SRC SASA, Milko Kos Historical Institute SRC SASA
  • Edition 1.0, 2011-07-28
  • URL: http://nl.ijs.si/e-zrc/prisege2/
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This edition of 18 swearing-in texts, originating from the 17th and up to the mid-19th century, comprises an entire collection of Slovenian oaths stemming from two groups of sources ― the borough authorities (12 texts) and the non-agrarian professional groups, such as masons, miners etc. (6 texts).

All the texts whose originals are preserved are presented in three forms: the facsimile of the original document, a diplomatic transcription, and a critical transcription suited to contemporary readers. Each chapter begins with a presentation of the documents themselves (facsimile, transcriptions), followed by sections of historical analysis and explanation.

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