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On the Opposite Sides of the Baltic Sea
RELATIONS BETWEEN SCANDINAVIAN AND CENTRAL EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

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WZAJEMNE RELACJE MIĘDZY SKANDYNAWIĄ A EUROPĄ ŚRODKOWĄ


On the Opposite Sides of the Baltic Sea
RELATIONS BETWEEN SCANDINAVIAN AND CENTRAL EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

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FROM THE EDITORS:

The continued existence of mutual relations between Scandinavia and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe has been one of the historical cultural phenomena that have over the centuries defined the identity of today`s Europe. Although the Baltic Sea, located in the centre of the region, was often the arena of conflict, it did not always divide. It also connected the surrounding nations as a venue for exchange of spiritual and material values. From the Early Middle Ages, the intensity of these relations was repeatedly confirmed by dynastic ties, interconfessional dialogue, and artistic collaboration. In recent years, new scholarly efforts have been undertaken to reconstruct the aforementioned relations yielding new insights into the historical as well as contemporary connections in the field of politics, economy, and culture. Several conferences have been organised to present findings and discuss perspectives for further study in the relevant areas.

One of such meetings was the international conference "On the Opposite Sides of the Baltic Sea. Relations between Scandinavian and Central European Countries" organised in Wrocław, Jelenia Góra and Karpacz on 25-30 November 2003 on the initiative of the Polish Society for Reformation Studies and Wrocław University in collaboration with the Committee of Art Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Polish-Swedish Society. Among the participants were distinguished Polish specialists from all academic centres of Scandinavian studies as well as scholars from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Czech Republic, Germany, United Kingdom, France, and the United States. The honorary patronage was assumed by Aleksander Kwaśniewski, President of the Republic of Poland; Sten Lundbo, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway to Poland; Laurids Mikaelsen, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark to Poland; Mats Staffansson, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden to Poland; Jerzy Szmajdziński, Minister of Defence of the Republic of Poland; Tadeusz Iwiński, Minister at the office of Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland; Stanisław Łopatowski, Voivode of the Province of Lower Silesia; Henryk Gołębiewski, Marshall of the Province of Lower Silesia; Sławoj Leszek Głódź, Field Bishop of Polish Army; Ryszard Bogusz, Bishop of the Wrocław-Szczecin Diocese of the Evangelical- Augsburg Church in Poland; Rafał Dutkiewicz, Mayor of Wrocław; Józef Kusiak, Mayor of Jelenia Góra; Bogdan Malinowski, Mayor of Karpacz. Some of the aforementioned patrons honoured the conference with their presence while others sent letters which were read during the opening ceremony at the Leopoldine Hall at Wrocław University.

The choice of Wrocław, Jelenia Góra and Karpacz as conference venues was by no means accidental. Lower Silesia is the region where various traces of positive relations with Scandinavian countries in early modern times have remained visible. The period of the Thirty Years` War, unlike the Swedish Deluge in Poland two decades later, was not exclusively the time of persecution, pillage and destruction inflicted by the occupying Swedish troops but also the time of hope for the local Lutherans looking up to King Gustav II Adolph as a heroic defender of faith who would guarantee their religious freedom. Another Swedish monarch, Karl XII, was admired in Silesia for his contribution to the Treaty of Altranstädt that forced the Emperor Josef I to consent to the erection of six Lutheran churches - the so-called Churches of Grace - including the famous Church of the Elevation of the Holy Cross in Jelenia Góra modelled after St Catherine`s Church in Stockholm. A spectacular testimony to the continued fascination with Scandinavian art and culture was the transfer of a Romanesque stave church from the area of Lake Vang in Norway to Upper Karpacz in 1851 on the initiative of Countess Johanne Juliane Friederike von Reden of the nearby Bukowiec. The continued activity of King Gustav Adolph`s Foundation for Brotherly Assistance in today`s Wrocław reflects the permanence of spiritual ties.

The conference was accompanied by the "Aggressors - Defenders. Swedish Presence in Central Europe, 17th-18th centuries" exhibition staged at the Town Hall in Wrocław and devoted to the contacts between Silesia and Poland on the one side and Scandinavian countries on the other in early modern times. Prsented from 27 November 2003 through 11 January 2004, the exhibition was based on the collections of institutions inWrocław (Rare Prints Collection of the University Library and Graphics Collection of the Ossoliński Institution) and Jelenia Góra (Museum of the Great Mountains). The exhibition conception and script were authored by Arkadiusz Dobrzyniecki, Piotr Oszczanowski, and Agnieszka Seidel-Grzesińska; the exhibition was designed by Agnieszka Kasperska. The accompanying catalogue, lavishly illustrated, was edited by Arkadiusz Dobrzyniecki and Agnieszka Seidel-Grzesińska and published by the Wrocław Branch of Polish Society for Reformation Studies. The opening of the exhibition on 26 November was the highlight of the conference`s Wrocław session while the session in Karpacz and Jelenia Góra on 28 November featured visits to the Vang Church in Karpacz and the Church of the Elevation of the Holy Cross in Jelenia Góra, the latter celebrated with a concert of Scandinavian and Polish music of the 17th-18th centuries performed by the organist Andrzej Chorosiński from Warsaw and the Wrocław Ars Cantus group under the direction of Tomasz Dobrzański. The concert, well-attended by the local public, became a major cultural event.

The many interesting papers presented at the conference could have been followed by all participants thanks to simultaneous translation. Often, the addressed topic inspired animated discussions that continued outside the conference room extending well into the evening. The Organisers wish to thank the sponsors whose generosity made it possible to provide appropriate facilities for the conference and its participants, in particular: the Embassy of the Kingdom of Sweden in Warsaw, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark in Warsaw, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Norway, Nordisk Räd & Ministerräd, Committe of Art Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Office of the Marshall of the Province of Lower Silesia, City of Wrocław, City of Jelenia Góra, City of Karpacz, Wrocław University, Centre for Art and Culture in Wrocław, Town and Commune of Karpacz, Nordea Bank Polska - Wrocław Branch, NCC Industri Polska Ltd., NCC Dominikańska Ltd. We would also like to thank the doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate students at the Institute of Art History at Wrocław University, especially the members of the Students Research Group at the Institute who became actively involved in the work of the conference`s Organising Committee.

The present publication, comprising the papers presented at the conference as well as several articles by authors who had been unable to attend it for various reasons, has required considerable funds and overcoming of many procedural difficulties in which we have been assisted by the Office of the Marshall of Lower Silesia and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Sweden in Warsaw. Most of the editorial and publishing costs have been covered by Wrocław University (Rector, Faculty of History and Teachers Education, Institute of Art History) as the conference`s co-organiser. The role of publisher has been undertaken by VIA NOVA in Wrocław, specialists in books on architecture and the fine arts, who have made the conference materials into two attractive volumes addressed to readers in Poland and abroad.




Spis treści:
Contens

TOM 1.
VOLUME 1.


Od Redakcji
From the Editors


I.
Bałtyk i państwa nadbałtyckie w nowożytnej Europie
The Baltic Sea and Baltic States in Early Modern Europe


Jan Harasimowicz [Wrocław]
TRZY KORONY, TRZY ORŁY, TRZY DROGI DO NIEBA.
TOŻSAMOŚĆ KULTUROWA "MŁODSZEJ EUROPY" W DOBIE NOWOŻYTNEJ
Three Crowns, Three Eagles, Three Paths to Heaven.
The Cultural Identity of the "Younger" Europe in the Early Modern Age


Henryk Samsonowicz [Warszawa]
HAT ES EINST EINE EINHEITLICHE ZONE ZU BEIDEN SEITEN DER OSTSEE GEGEBEN?
Strefa bałtycka: jedność czy zróżnicowanie?

Sven Lilja [Sztokholm/Stockholm]
PEOPLES, TOWNS AND STATES. STRUCTURAL POWER RESOURCES
AND STATE POWER IN THE SCANDO-BALTIC REGION C. 1500-1800
Narody, miasta i państwa. Strukturalne źródła siły i siła państw
w rejonie skandynawsko-bałtyckim około 1500-1800


Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann [Princeton, NJ]
THE BALTIC AREA AS AN ARTISTIC REGION. HISTORIOGRAPHY,
STATE OF RESEARCH, PERSPECTIVES FOR FURTHER STUDY
Obszar Bałtyku jako region artystyczny. Historiografia, stan i perspektywy badań

Walter Schmitz [Drezno/Dresden]
UM DIE OSTSEE - KONSTITUENTEN EINER GROßREGION.
EINE KULTURWISSENSCHAFTLICHE ANNÄHERUNG
Wokół Morza Bałtyckiego - czynniki konstytuujące wielki region.
Perspektywa kulturoznawcza


Angelika Marsch [Hamburg]
DER OSTSEERAUM IN DEN ILLUSTRIERTEN WERKEN DES 17. JAHRHUNDERTS
Obszar Morza Bałtyckiego w grafice ilustracyjnej XVII wieku



II.
Okupanci czy obrońcy? Szwedzi na Śląsku w XVII i XVIII wieku
Occupants or Defenders? Swedes in Silesia in the 17th and 18th Century


Arno Herzig [Hamburg]
DIE REZEPTION GUSTAV ADOLFS IN SCHLESIEN
Recepcja osoby króla Gustawa Adolfa na Śląsku.

Piotr Oszczanowski [Wrocław]
"SZWEDZKA SIEŃ" WE WROCŁAWIU, CZYLI "DYSKRETNA" APOTEOZA GUSTAWA II ADOLFA
" The Swedish Hall" in Wrocław: "Discreet" Apotheosis of Gustav Adolph


Agnieszka Seidel-Grzesińska [Wrocław]
ŚLĄSKIE DRUKI ULOTNE POCZĄTKU XVIII WIEKU
O KONWENCJI ALTRANSZTADZKIEJ I KRÓLU SZWEDZKIM, KAROLU XII
Silesian Early 18th Century Occasional Publications
on the Convention of Altranstädt and King Charles XII of Sweden


Lucyna Harc [Wrocław]
SZWEDZI W OCZACH ŚLĄZAKÓW W OKRESIE NOWOŻYTNYM
Swedes in the Eyes of Silesian Population in the Early Modern Age

Wacław Gojniczek [Katowice]
OKUPACJA SZWEDZKA KSIĘSTWA CIESZYŃSKIEGO W CZASIE
WOJNY TRZYDZIESTOLETNIEJ I STOSUNEK DO NIEJ MIEJSCOWEGO SPOŁECZEŃSTWA
The Swedish Occupation of the Duchy of Cieszyn during
the Thirty Years`War in the Eyes of the Local Population


Agnieszka Lenczewska [Wrocław]
JOHANN GUNN - SZKOT W SŁUŻBIE SZWECJI
Johann Gunn, a Scot in Swedish Service

Jörg Deventer [Lipsk/Leipzig]
PROTESTANT SELF-ASSERTION IN SILESIA AFTER THE PEACE OF WESTPHALIA:
THE JOURNEY OF CHRISTIAN CZEPKO FROM ŚWIDNICA TO STOCKHOLM (1654/1655)
Obrona protestanckich praw na Śląsku po pokoju westfalskim:
podróż Christiana Czepki ze Świdnicy do Sztokholmu (1654/1655)


Heiko Droste [Hamburg]
SCHWEDISCHE KORRESPONDENZ ÜBER POLEN AM BEISPIEL HEINRICH VON SCHÖLLENS,
KOMMISSAR IN BRESLAU VON 1664-1666
Szwedzka korespondencja na temat Polski. Przykład Heinricha von Schöellen,
szwedzkiego komisarza we Wrocławiu (1664-1666)


Szymon Kazusek [Kielce]
HANDEL KRAKOWA ZE ŚLĄSKIEM W DOBIE POTOPU SZWEDZKIEGO (1655-1660)
Silesian Trade with Cracow in the Time of the Swedish Deluge (1655-1660)

III.
Związki artystyczne Śląska z krajami skandynawskimi
Silesia`s Artistic Connections with the Scandinavian States


Tomasz Torbus [Lipsk/Leipzig]
OD BRZEGU PRZEZ GÜSTROW DO SZWECJI. KOMASKOWIE Z RODZINY PARRÓW
I ICH WPŁYW NA ROZWÓJ ARCHITEKTURY RENESANSOWEJ W ŚRODKOWEJ I PÓŁNOCNEJ EUROPIE
From Brzeg through Güstrow to Sweden. The Comasque Parr Family and Their Influence
on the Development of Renaissance Architecture in Central and Northern Europe


Klara Kaczmarek [Wrocław]
WĘDRÓWKA FORM RENESANSOWYCH DO POBRZEŻY BAŁTYKU.
ARCHITEKTURA I RZEŹBA ARCHITEKTONICZNA PARRÓW NA ŚLĄSKU I W MEKLEMBURGII
Spread of the Renaissance to the Baltic Sea Region.
Architecture and Architectural Sculpture of the Parrs in Silesia and Mecklenburg


Tine Fröysaker [Oslo]
THE 17TH-CENTURY SILESIAN ARTIST GOTTFRIED HENDTZSCHEL AND HIS CHURCH PAINTINGS IN NORWAY
Siedemnastowieczny śląski artysta Gottfried Hendtzschel i jego malowidła w kościołach Norwegii

Jan Wrabec [Wrocław]
" NATIONE SVECUS, SED INCOLATU LIGNICENSIS" - CZYLI O STANIE I PERSPEKTYWACH BADAŃ
NAD DZIAŁALNOŚCIĄ MARTINA I KARLA MARTINA FRANTZÓW NA ŚLĄSKU ORAZ W POLSCE
"Natione Svecus, sed incolatu Ligniscensis". On the Current State of Research and Perspectives
for Further Study of the Activity of Martin and Karl Martin Frantz in Silesia and Poland


Andrea Langer [Lipsk/Leipzig]
DIE HIRSCHBERGER GNADENKIRCHE "ZUM KREUZE CHRISTI" IM KÜNSTLERISCHEN SPANNUNGSFELD
VON NORDEUROPÄISCH GEPRÄGTEM PROTOKLASSIZISMUS UND RÖMISCH GEPRÄGTEM BAROCK
Jeleniogórski Kościół Łaski imienia Krzyża Św.
między północnoeuropejskim protoklasycyzmem i rzymskim barokiem


Romuald Nowak [Wrocław]
DZIAŁALNOŚĆ ARTYSTYCZNA NORWESKIEGO RZEŹBIARZA THOMASAWEISSFELDTA NA ŚLĄSKU W 1. POŁOWIE XVIII WIEKU
Artistic Activity of the Norwegian Sculptor Thomas Weissfeldt in Silesia in the 1st Half of the 18th Century

Adam Organisty [Kraków]
Z NORWEGII NA ŚLĄSK. PROBLEM GENEZY ARTYSTYCZNEJ THOMASAWEISSFELDTA (1671-1721)
From Norway to Silesia. Problem of the Artistic Background of Thomas Weissfeldt (1671-1721)

Bogusław Czechowicz [Wrocław]
WROCŁAWSKIE PRZESŁANIE DO SZWEDÓW. BAROKOWY OŁTARZ GŁÓWNY
KOLEGIATY ŚW. KRZYŻA WE WROCŁAWIU I JEGO POLITYCZNO-IDEOWY KONTEKST
Wrocław Message to the Swedes. The Baroque High Altarpiece
of the Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross in Wrocław and its Politico-Ideological Context


Mariusz Karpowicz [Warszawa]
ŚW. BARTŁOMIEJ THOMASAWEISSFELDTA. POCHODZENIE NIEZWYKŁEJ FORMUŁY IKONOGRAFICZNEJ
Thomas Weissfeldt`s St Bartholomew. The Origins of a Unique Iconographical Formula

Andrzej Kozieł [Wrocław]
SZWED I JEZUICI. KARL DANKWART I JEGO NIEZNANE PRACE MALARSKIE DLA NYSKICH I KŁODZKICH JEZUITÓW
A Swede and the Jesuits. Karl Dankwart and His Unknown Commissions for the Jesuits in Nysa and Kłodzko

Arkadiusz Muła [Wrocław]
KARL DANKWART - SZWEDZKI MALARZ I JEGO ZWIĄZKI Z DWOREM BISKUPA FRANCISZKA LUDWIKA VON PFALZ-NEUBURG
Karl Dankwart: the Swedish Artist and His Relationship with the Court of Bishop Franz Ludwig von Pfalz-Neuburg

Anna Ptak-Gusin [Wrocław]
KILKA UWAG O SZWEDZKIM MALARZU KARLU DANKWARCIE I JEGO SYGNOWANYM
OBRAZIE ZE SCENĄ ŚMIERCI ŚW. BARBARY W KOŚCIELE ŚW. MICHAŁA W ZNOJMIE
Remarks on the Swedish Painter Karl Dankwart and his Signed Picture
with the Scene of the Death of St Barbara at St Michael`s Church at Znojmo


Rainer Sachs [Wrocław]
SKANDINAVISCHE KÜNSTLER UND KUNSTHANDWERKER IN SCHLESISCHEN QUELLEN UND ZEITSCHRIFTEN
Skandynawscy artyści i twórcy rzemiosła artystycznego w śląskich źródłach i gazetach

Urszula Bończuk-Dawidziuk [Wrocław]
KOŚCIÓŁ WANG W KARPACZU GÓRNYM - PERŁA NORWESKIEJ ARCHITEKTURY
WCZESNEGO ŚREDNIOWIECZA W KARKONOSZACH W OCZACH MALARZY I GRAFIKÓW POŁOWY XIX WIEKU
The Vang Church in Karpacz Górny. The Pearl of Norwegian Early Mediaeval Architecture
in the Great Mountains in the Eyes of Painters and Printmakers of the Middle of the 19th Century


TOM 2.
VOLUME 2.


IV.
Region bałtycki w sztuce europejskiej czasów nowożytnych
The Baltic Region in the Art of Early Modern Europe


Kristoffer Neville [Princeton, NJ]
TOWARDS AN INTERNATIONAL GOTHICISM IN EARLY-MODERN EUROPE
W stronę międzynarodowego gotycyzmu w nowożytnej Europie

Michael North [Greifswald]
CULTURAL RELATIONS BETWEEN THE NETHERLANDS AND THE BALTIC REGION
Związki kulturalne między Niderlandami a obszarem bałtyckim

Aleksandra Lipińska [Wrocław]
ADAPTATIONS OF IMPORTED SOUTHERN NETHERLANDISH ALABASTER SCULPTURE
IN THE BALTIC AREA IN THE 2ND HALF OF THE 16TH CENTURY
Adaptacje południowoniderlandzkiej plastyki alabastrowej na obszarze bałtyckim w 2. połowie XVI wieku

Uwe Albrecht [Kilonia/Kiel]
DAS ZWERCHHAUS. ZUR GENESE, ENTWICKLUNG UND VERBREITUNG
EINES ARCHITEKTONISCHEN LEITMOTIVS IM MITTELDEUTSCHEN PROFANBAU DER FRÜHEN NEUZEIT
Lukarna szczycikowa. O genezie, rozwoju i rozpowszechnieniu się architektonicznego
motywu przewodniego w środkowoniemieckim budownictwie świeckim okresu nowożytnego


Hugo Johannsen [Kopenhaga/Kobenhavn]
THE SAXON CONNECTION. ON THE ARCHITECTURAL GENESIS
OF CHRISTIAN IV`S PALACE CHAPEL (1606-1617) AT FREDERIKSBORG CASTLE
Saskie koneksje - o genezie architektury kaplicy Chrystiana IV na zamku Frederiksborg (1606-1617)

Krista Kodres [Tallinn]
" LUTHERAN INTERNATIONALIS" OF ESTONIAN RELIGIOUS ART PRODUCTION IN THE 16TH-18TH CENTURIES: THE PULPIT
"Luterański internacjonalizm" estońskiej sztuki religijnej XVI-XVIII wieku: ambona

Sabine Mödersheim [Madison, WI]
DIE AUGSBURGER KUNSTSCHRÄNKE FÜR KÖNIG GUSTAV ADOLF VON SCHWEDEN
UND CARL GUSTAV WRANGEL. ZUR ROLLE DES KUNSTAGENTEN PHILIPP HAINHOFER
IM KULTURELLEN AUSTAUSCH ZWISCHEN DEUTSCHLAND UND SCHWEDEN
Augsburskie kabinety dla króla szwedzkiego Gustawa Adolfa i Carla Gustava Wrangla.
O roli agenta sztuki Philippa Hainhofera w kulturalnej wymianie pomiędzy Niemcami i Szwecją

Zygmunt Waźbiński [Toruń]
UDZIAŁ KRYSTYNY SZWEDZKIEJ W EDITIO PRINCEPS TRAKTATU O MALARSTWIE LEONARDA DA VINCI (1651)
Involvement of Christine of Sweden in the editio princeps of Leonardo da Vinci`s Treaty on Painting (1651)

V.
Szwecja i Polska w XVI-XVIII wieku: sojusze i konflikty
Sweden and Poland in the 16th-18th Century: Alliances and Conflicts


Maria Bogucka [Warszawa]
SOME ASPECTS OF THE POLISH-SWEDISH RELATIONS IN THE 2ND HALF OF THE 16TH-1ST HALF OF THE 17TH CENTURIES
Niektóre aspekty relacji Polska-Szwecja (2. połowa XVI-1. połowa XVII wieku)

Urszula Borkowska OSU [Lublin]
THE SWEDISH MARRIAGE OF CATHERINE JAGIELLON
Szwedzkie małżeństwo Katarzyny Jagiellonki

Jacek Wijaczka [Toruń]
PRUSY KSIĄŻĘCE A DANIA I SZWECJA W OKRESIE PANOWANIA KSIĘCIA ALBRECHTA PRUSKIEGO (1525-1568)
Ducal Prussia`s Relations with Denmark and Sweden during the Reign of Albert of Hohenzollern (1525-1568)

Bogusław Dybaś [Toruń]
INFLANTY POLSKIE, INFLANTY SZWEDZKIE, INFLANTY ROSYJSKIE.
UWAGI O DZIEJACH INFLANT W EPOCE NOWOŻYTNEJ
Polish Livonia, Swedish Livonia, Russian Livonia.
On the History of Livonia in Early Modern Times


Jerzy Trzoska [Gdańsk]
Z PROBLEMATYKI KONTAKTÓW ŻEGLUGOWYCH POMIĘDZY SZTOKHOLMEM A GDAŃSKIEM W 2. POŁOWIE XVII WIEKU
On the Baltic Trade between Stockholm and Gdańsk in the 2nd Half of the 17th Century

Edmund Kizik [Gdańsk]
ZAOPATRZENIE GDAŃSKIEJ TWIERDZYWISŁOUJŚCIE W OKRESIE WOJEN SZWEDZKICH 1625-1629 (1635) I 1655-1660
Logistics of the Wisłoujście Fortress in Gdańsk during the Swedish Wars of 1625-1629 (1635) and 1655-1660

Stanisław Horoszko [Szczecin]
SZWEDZKA OBECNOŚĆ WOJSKOWA W EUROPIE ŚRODKOWEJ A ARSENAŁY NA POMORZU ZACHODNIM. 1630-1715
Swedish Military Presence in Central Europe and Armouries in the Duchy of Pomerania, 1630-1715

Robert Bartczak [Tybinga/Tübingen]
DIE SINTFLUT AUS DER NÄHE. KRIEGSERFAHRUNGEN DER JAHRE 1656-1667
IN DEN TAGEBÜCHERN VON JAN ANTONI CHRAPOWICKI UND BAZYLI RUDOMICZ
Potop z bliska. Doświadczenia wojenne lat 1656-1667 w diariuszach
Jana Antoniego Chrapowickiego i Bazylego Rudomicza


VI.
Szwecja i Polska w XVI-XVIII wieku: sztuka i religia
Sweden and Poland in the 16th-18th Century: Art and Religion


Inga Lena Angström Grandien [Falun]
IN THE NAME OF GOD. RELIGIOUS WORKS OF ART TAKEN
AS WAR BOOTY BY SWEDISH TROOPS IN THE THIRTY YEARS`WAR
W imię Boga. Dzieła sztuki religijnej jako łupy wojsk szwedzkich podczas wojny trzydziestoletniej

Mateusz Kapustka [Wrocław]
SZWED-HERETYK I ŚWIĘTE OBRAZY. Z HISTORII RECEPCJI NOWOŻYTNEGO MITU
The Heretic Swede and Holy Images. From the History of the Reception of an Early Modern Myth

Jakub Sito [Warszawa]
DAHLBERG I INNI. O SZWEDZKICH RYSOWNIKACH-WEDUCISTACH DOBY WOJENNEJ W POLSCE I ICH DZIELE
Dahlberg and Others. On Swedish Vedute Artists in Wartime Poland and Their Works

Stefan Samerski [Lipsk/Leipzig]
SCHWEDEN IN DANZIG - DER ERFOLGLOSE KULTURTRANSFER IN DAS DANZIGER BRIGITTENKLOSTER (1596-1625)
Szwedzi w Gdańsku - nieudany transfer kulturowy w gdańskim klasztorze Brygidek (1596-1625)

Lidia Kwiatkowska-Frejlich [Lublin]
ŚWIĘTA BRYGIDA SZWEDZKA W SZTUCE POLSKIEJ
St. Brigitte of Sweden in Polish Art

Gabriela Majewska [Gdańsk]
OŚWIECENIOWY WIZERUNEK SZWEDA W POLSCE 2. POŁOWY XVIII WIEKU
Image of a Swede in Poland in the Age of Enlightenment (2nd Half of the 18th Century)

VII.
Śmierć i pochówek nad Bałtykiem w XVI i XVII wieku
Death and Burial in the Baltic Region in the 16th and 17th Century


Birgitte Boggild Johannsen [Kopenhaga/Kobenhavn]
POLISH PARADIGM. ON THE HERALDIC FUNERAL OF KING FREDERICK II OF DENMARK AND ITS EUROPEAN CONTEXT
Polski paradygmat. O "pogrzebie heraldycznym" króla duńskiego Fryderyka II i jego europejskim kontekście

Alicja Saar-Kozłowska [Toruń]
POMNIKI GROBOWE RODZINY KRÓLA JANA III WAZY W SZWECJI I W POLSCE
Funerary Monuments of the Family of John III Vasa in Sweden and Poland

Marcin Wisłocki [Wrocław]
SZWEDZKI PUŁKOWNIK JACOB MACK DUWAL I JEGO KAPLICA GROBOWA W KOŚCIELE ŚW. MIKOŁAJA W STRALSUNDZIE
Swedish Colonel Jacob Mack Duwal and His Burial Chapel at St Nicolaus Church in Stralsund

VIII.
Wymiana naukowa, wędrówki edukacyjne i przenikanie idei
Scholarly Exchange, Educational Trips and Circulation of Ideas


Simone Giese [Tybinga/Tübingen]
SWEDISH STUDENTS IN EUROPE IN THE DECADES LEADING UP THE SWEDISH STORMAKTSTID
Szwedzcy studenci w Europie w dekadach poprzedzających wielkie wojny XVII wieku

Krzysztof Migoń [Wrocław]
LEKARZ-ARABISTA PETRUS KIRSTENIUS (1577-1640) MIĘDZYWROCŁAWIEM A UPPSALĄ
Petrus Kirstenius (1577-1640), Physician and Arabist, between Wrocław and Uppsala

Janusz Małłek [Toruń]
Z DZIEJÓW STOSUNKÓW NAUKOWYCH POLSKO-SZWEDZKICH W XVII-XX WIEKU
From the History of Scholarly Exchange between Poland and Sweden in 17th-20th Century

Zbigniew Pasek [Kraków]
BRACIA NORWESCY W WIŚLE NA ŚLĄSKU CIESZYŃSKIM
Norwegian Brothers in Wisła, Cieszyn Silesia

INDEKS OSOBOWY
Index of names

INDEKS NAZW GEOGRAFICZNYCH
Index of places

ŹRÓDŁA ILUSTRACJI
Sources of illustrations