The legal context of death in the time of the Mojmírs and the Árpáds

Lysý, Miroslav

The death of a person is a complex issue fact that older law looked at in two ways. First and foremost, death represented a consequence; the application of a legal sanction. The oldest law considered execution more as a means of healing, as a ritual, and only in the late Middle Ages was execution thought of as a deterrent or a means of retaliation towards a criminal. In the second approach, death could be a prerequisite for a range of legal consequences.

Sobášnosť vo farnostiach ilavského dekanátu v rokoch 1801 - 1850

Bernát, Libor

The article focuses on marriages in Ilava deanery which was composed from 11 parishes. The analysis is based on data from the catholic parish registers because the population was mostly Roman-catholic and there were less the 3 percent of Jews and people of the Augsburg confession. It deals not only with the number of weddings during particular years, but also during months. It also studies the number of marriages with exceptions, marriages of widows and widowers, home locations of engaged couples, their social status or occupation.

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