Boleslaus the Bold, called also the Bountiful, and Bishop Stanislaus : the story of a conflict (Book, 1985) [WorldCat.org]
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Boleslaus the Bold, called also the Bountiful, and Bishop Stanislaus : the story of a conflict

Author: Tadeusz Grudziński; Lech Petrowicz
Publisher: Warsaw : Interpress Publishers, 1985.
Series: Panorama dziejów Polski.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The book Boleslaus the Bountiful and Bishop Stanislaus: The Story of a Conflict is one of the first books of our new historical series Panorama of Polish History: Facts and Myths. This series of historical essays by outstanding Polish historians, starting with concrete crucial events in the history of Poland, will present the functioning of these events in the national consciousness and Polish culture. The books in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Bolesław, King of Poland; Stanisław, Saint Bishop of Kraków; Bolesław, King of Poland; Stanisław, Saint Bishop of Kraków; Boleslaw, Lengyelország : király; Stanislaw, Szent Krakkó : püspök
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tadeusz Grudziński; Lech Petrowicz
ISBN: 8322319886 9788322319888
OCLC Number: 15715698
Notes: Translation of: Bolesław Śmiały-Szczodry i biskup Stanisław.
Description: 255 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Contents: The Polish state during the reign of Boleslaus the Bountiful --
The Church in Poland during the reign of Boleslaus the Bountiful --
Basic sources concerning the history of the conflict between King Boleslaus II and Bishop Stanislaus --
The protagonists of the conflict --
Analysis of the accounts by Gallus Anonymus and Master Wincenty --
An attempt at reconstructing the origin and the course of the conflict --
"The affair of St Stanislaus" in historiographic tradition and in the Polish collective consciousness.
Series Title: Panorama dziejów Polski.
Other Titles: Bolesław Śmiały-Szczodry i biskup Stanisław.
Responsibility: Tadeusz Grudziński ; translated by Lech Petrowicz.

Abstract:

The book Boleslaus the Bountiful and Bishop Stanislaus: The Story of a Conflict is one of the first books of our new historical series Panorama of Polish History: Facts and Myths. This series of historical essays by outstanding Polish historians, starting with concrete crucial events in the history of Poland, will present the functioning of these events in the national consciousness and Polish culture. The books in the series, and there will be at least 20, will not appear in chronological order; they will be collected by readers who are interested in Polish history and will comprise all the most important events and changes. We intend our books for readers all over the world. They will be published in several langauges. The series is sponsored by the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Prof. Janusz Tazbir is the academic consultant. -- from back cover.

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by Incipit (WorldCat user on 2006-07-22)

Contents: 1: The Polish State During the Reign of Boleslaus the Bountiful. 2: The Church in Poland During the Reign of Boleslaus the Bountiful. 3: Basie Sources Concerning the History of the Conflict Between King Boleslaus II and Bishop Stanislaus. 4: The Protagonists of the Conflict. 5: Anałysis of the Accounts by Gallus Anonymus and Master Wincenty. 6: An Attempt at Reconstructing the Origin and the Course of the Conflict. 7: "The Affair of St Stanislaus" in Historiographic Tradition and in the Polish Collective Consciousness.

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