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  • Metadata

    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      WerkstattGeschichte
      Pages
      99-102
      Author (review)
      • Schläppi, Daniel
      Language (review)
      Deutsch
      Language (monograph)
      Deutsch
      Author (monograph)
      • Blickle, Renate
      • Griesebner, Andrea
      • Hohkamp, Michaela
      • Ulbrich, Claudia
      Title
      Politische Streitkultur in Altbayern
      Subtitle
      Beiträge zur Geschichte der Grundrechte in der frühen Neuzeit
      Year of publication
      2017
      Place of publication
      München; Wien
      Publisher
      De Gruyter Oldenbourg
      Series
      Quellen und Forschungen zur Agrargeschichte
      Series (vol.)
      58
      Number of pages
      238
      ISBN
      978-3-11-054110-6
      Subject classification
      Political History, Legal History
      Time classification
      Middle Ages → 15th century, Modern age until 1900 → 16th century, Modern age until 1900 → 17th century, Modern age until 1900 → 18th century
      Regional classification
      Europe → Western Europe → Germany
      Subject headings
      Altbayern
      Grundrecht
      Geschichte 1400-1800
      Original source URL
      https://werkstattgeschichte.de/alle_ausgaben/arbeit-freizeit/
      recensio.net-ID
      ace3584400ae4729821f061151369235
      DOI
      10.15463/rec.1590239685
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Renate Blickle / Andrea Griesebner / Michaela Hohkamp / Claudia Ulbrich: Politische Streitkultur in Altbayern. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Grundrechte in der frühen Neuzeit (reviewed by Daniel Schläppi)