Title: Nitriansky cech murárov a jeho artikuly z roku 1724. Prameň k dejinám remesiel a cechov v meste Nitra v prvej štvrtine 18. storočia
Abstract: The craftsmen guilds were an integral part of the municipal society in every free royal town and privileged landlord cities in the territory of present Slovakia as a part of the former Hungarian Kingdom during the Early Modern Period. The privileged town of Nitra was the property of local bishop and its burghers possessed a lot of privileges and rights. Most of them worked as artisans and therefore they associated themselves to the guilds for protection of their crafts. Craftsmen in Nitra made its production for the need of local inhabitants only. During the 16th and 17th centuries most of the artisans in Nitra got the rules of their guilds through the charts issued by bishop of Nitra as landlord. The bricklayers in Nitra and Nitra county established their guild on the 24 July 1724, when the Emperor and King Charles the Sixth (the Third) of Habsburg issued the royal privilege for them.
Author: TANDLICH, Tomáš
Publication order reference:
Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre, Katedra histórie, Hodžova 1, 949 01 Nitra, Slovakia, email@example.com
Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, year: 2021, vol.: 25, number: 1, pages: 166-190
Key words: BRICKLAYERS; GUILDS; ARTICLES; CRAFTSMEN; TOWN OF NITRA; BISHOP;