Pochodzenie kancelaryjne dokumentów — sołtysa Piotra, Racibora Wojciechowicza oraz trzech przedstawicieli rodu Odrowążów dla klasztoru cystersów w Mogile z lat 1228–1231
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The objects of interest are three documents of the Monastery of Cistercian in Mogiła exposed by representatives of Lesser Poland medieval elite. The first of them was edited by Cracow soltis (village administrator; commune leader), Peter, selling to Cistercians Monastery in Mogiła the village Trusinów for 50 forfeits of silver in Cracow on May 21st, 1228. The second was exposed by Racibor Wojciechowicz in connection with sale (by reason of ) to Cistercians in his village Zrasowa for 40 forfeits, on May 24th, 1230. The third was edited by Szaweł, the Court, the sons of Dobiesław Prandocic Odrowąż, and Dobiesław, the son of Wisław Prandocic Odrowąż which together with other relatives waived their rights to Mogiła, Prandocin, and Mikułowice, previously given to the monastery by Wislaw and Iwo Odrowąż. This document was exposed on September 17th 1231. We are interested in the place of preparation of these three documents. It’s about the question of whether and to what extent they were created in the monastery scriptorium. Also to determine the editorial provenance the editorial office of documents and clarify whether we are dealing with the dictates of the Cistercian scriptorium? What are the stylistic features of the text that can speak for this? Do you find them in the diplomas of other exhibitors for the Cistercian Abbey at the Mogiła, and to which formulas they refer to? Comparing their style we will establish whether the three documents of Mogiła, which are the subject of research papers, can be edited in a Cistercian monastery scriptorium, at the Mogiła. Further considerations concern the writing. You have to answer the question if the vista of searched documents present the school of monastic scriptorium and if it is evident in other diplomas of the monastery? The analysis of design and writing of these three documents revealed that they were edited and written on purely in the monastery scriptorium.
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