Segregation, Integration, Assimilation: Religious and Ethnic Groups in the Medieval Towns of Central and Eastern Europe
This volume illustrates the variety of ways in which minorities found a place in towns - as citizens, outsiders, or in some other role - and how that could vary according to local circumstances or over time. By focusing on the formative period of European urban history, it reveals much about medieval society.
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Various Ethnic and Religious Groups in Medieval German Towns?
Russians in Livonian Towns in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth
propter disparitatem linguae et religionispares ipsis non esse
Foreign Ethnic Groups in the Towns of Southern Hungary in
The Multiethnic Capital of Medieval Hungary
Ethnic and Religious Minorities
Minorities and Foreigners in Bulgarian Medieval Towns in
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Acta Consilii Andras Kubinyi archaeological Armenians Buda Buda Castle Budapest Bulgarian burghers Byzantine Cambridge Carlo Carlo I Tocco castle cent centres chapter Christian church citizens citizenship Cologne council court CroToc cultural Cumans document Dubrovnik Early Modern ecclesiastical economic ethnic groups Europe evidence fifteenth century foreign fourteenth century Franciscan Franciscan friary German Geschichte guilds Hungarian inhabitants Institut fur Realienkunde Ioannina Italian Jahrhundert JAZU Jewish community Jews Krems language late medieval late Middle Ages Latin linguistic Livonian towns Ljubljana Lviv Magdeburg law Magyar Maribor medieval medieval Hungary medieval towns merchants minority Mittelalter mittelalterlichen Monumenta Orthodox Ottoman parish Patarenes Pecs period Philippopolis Plovdiv population privileges Ptuj Ragusan region religious residents Reval Riga role Romanians Russian Ruthenian settlement sixteenth Slovene social Sopron sources Stadt surnames Szeged Tallinn Tartu territory thirteenth century Timisoara Tocco topographical tortenete trade Tsarevets Turnovo Ungarn urban development vernacular Visegrad Zagreb zone