Gramotnosť v kruhu palatínskej rodiny Drugeth

Title: Gramotnosť v kruhu palatínskej rodiny Drugeth

(Literacy on the Court of the Palatine Family Drugeth)

Author: HARDI, Đura

DOI: 10.17846/SHN.2017.21.2.441-449

Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, 2017, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 441-449

Abstract: This study focuses on question of literacy on the court of the aristocratic Drugeth family. Originated in the Kingdom of Naples, Drugeths were collaborators and adherents of Hungarian king Charles Robert of Anjou. For a longer period of time they were palatines of Hungarian kingdom (1323-1341) and one of the most powerful aristocratic families of the era – they were foremen of the new Angevin nobility. The paper focuses not only on the question of literacy within the framework of the chancellery and public service of the Drugeth family, but as well on the literacy, that was a part of the culture and ereryday life or this family. The author particularly resolves whether the palatine William Drugeth was literate and whether he researched in the Scepus law.

Keywords: Literacy; Aristocratic Drugeth Family; New Anjou Aristocracy; Kingdom of Hungary; 14th Century;

Language: SLOVAK

Publication order reference: Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Filozofski fakultet, Odsek za istoriju, Dr. Zorana Đinđića 2, 21101 Novi Sad, Serbia, mail: