Egy középkori pecsétnyomó azonosítására tett kísérlet

The article describes a seal matrix which was found at the archaeological site of Bátmonostor-Pusztafalu in 2016. On the matrix, the scene is divided into two parts – a typical feature of high prelates’ seals in the Hungarian Kingdom around the 14th century – depicting Saint Peter as the patron sain...

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Main Author: Rábai Krisztina
Format: Article
Published: University of Szeged, Magyar Medievisztikai Kutatócsoport Szeged 2020
Series:Acta Universitatis Szegediensis : acta historica 145
Kulcsszavak:Pecsét - Magyarország - középkor
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/71754
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Summary:The article describes a seal matrix which was found at the archaeological site of Bátmonostor-Pusztafalu in 2016. On the matrix, the scene is divided into two parts – a typical feature of high prelates’ seals in the Hungarian Kingdom around the 14th century – depicting Saint Peter as the patron saint on the upper part, while down the owner of the seal matrix, Peter the clergyman is kneeling. The study analyses the seal matrix in its complexity and attempts to identify the owner and the time he lived. To achieve this aim, the author also describes similar findings (not only another seal matrix but also seals preserved on archival documents), such as the seal of a higher prelate, Albert von Griesheim, from Naumburg (from the 13th century) and a couple of CentralEastern European parallels (from the 14th century).
Physical Description:81-100
ISSN:0324-6965