Slovak History: Chronology & Lexicon

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Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2002 - History - 350 pages
The history of Slovakia is part of the rich tapestry of the course of human events at the geographical and strategic crossroads of Europe. Yet, very little contemporary scholarship on Slovak history exists in English or is readily accessible to North American and Western European readers. This title thus fills an important gap in historiography and knowledge of events throughout Central Europe over the last fourteen centuries.

-- Attractive, easy-to-read layout and typeface

-- Contents and arrangement of the of the work are not duplicated by any currently available English-language text

-- Priced to provide better value than any other scholarly work available in English

The book consists of two parts: a chronology of Slovak history from the earliest times through the end of 1998 and a lexicon containing 330 subject-matter headwords, including biographical portraits describing the most important events and personages in Slovak history. Appendices provide genealogies and leadership lists for ruling royal dynasties and republican regimes. This book also includes a survey of common Germanic place names located on the territory of Slovakia and a selected bibliography.

 

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Contents

Introduction to the English Edition
5
Lexicon
185
Arpad Dynasty
333
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