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dc.contributor.authorAsadauskienė, Nelė-
dc.description.abstractThe confession issue in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania cannot complain about the lack of attention of the historians; however, one issue dealing with the professing the faith of the family which belonged to the oligarchy of the separate state, and its change from generation to generation has not been thoroughly analysed. This article provides the confession regulations analysis of the six generations of the Kiška family (famous in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania from the end of the 15th C. to the 17th C.) based on the epistolary communication of the family, testaments, church archives, mentions of the researchers of confession issues, and by indicating the belonging to confession of more than twenty family members (the total number of the family members starting with Stanislovas (?-1514), and ending with Jonušas (1589-1654), is 29) and dwelling more thoroughly on the influence of the family of Stanislovas (?-1554), the Governor of Vitebsk, to the development of the reformation process, and the influence of his grandson Stanislovas (1584-1626) to the development of the contra-reformation process in the Grand Duchy of
dc.relation.ispartofIstorija, 1998, t. 38, p. 12-25lt
dc.rightsSutarties data  2019-03-05, nr. A1912, laisvai prieinamas internetelt
dc.titleKiškų giminės konfesinės nuostatos (XV a. pab. – XVII a. pr.)lt
dc.title.alternativeConfession regulations of the Kiška family (end of the 15th c. – 17th c.)lt
dc.typeStraipsnis / Articlelt
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