Foodstuffs As Object of Interest to Robbers And Outlaws And the Reflection in Judicial Records in Bohemia and Moravia in the 14th And 15th Century
Author: Papajík David
Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, year: 2018, vol.: 22, number: 2, pages: 302-316
Abstract: The main object of the study is the rather neglected fact, that the object of interest to the robbers were not just money, expensive stuff or kidnapping people, but also food in different forms. The author analyzes three main sources of a mass nature originating in the Czech lands, Libri citationum et sententiarum (in Czech Knihy půhonné a nálezové) for the second half of the 14th century and the 15th century, Execusion and Outlaw Records of Jihlava (in Czech Popravčí a psanecké zápisy jihlavské) and Execusion Book of Lords of Rožmberk (in Czech Popravčí kniha pánů z Rožmberka). The author shows in this study using the analysis of the sources, what kind of food was the most frequent object of interest to the robbers and outlaws.
Key words: Foodstuffs; Robbers, Outlaws; 14th Century; 15th Century; Bohemia; Moravia;
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