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The Land Between

A History of Slovenia

Edited By Oto Luthar

This is a history of a space – a space between the Panonian plain in the East and the most northernmost bay in the Adriatic in the West, from the eastern Alps in the North and the Dinaridic mountain area in the South. It is also a history of all the different people who lived in this area. The authors show that the Slavs did not settle an empty space and simply replace the Celto-Roman inhabitants of earlier times; they are, on the contrary, presented as the result of reciprocal acculturation. The authors show that the Slovenes made more than two important appearances throughout the entire feudal era; the same holds for later periods, especially for the twentieth century. This book offers a concise and complete history of an area that finally became an integral part of Central Europe and the Balkans.

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561 NOTE ON PRONUNCIATION AND REGIONAL TOPONYMS The following guidelines might help the reader to pro- nounce the names of people and places in the text. C, c – ts, as in its Č, č – tsh, as in patch Ć, ć – ty, as in nature Đ, đ – g, as in schedule Dj, dj – dy, as in bad year Dž, dž – dg, as in edge J, j – y, as in yes Lj, lj – ly, as in halyard Nj, nj – ny, as in canyon Š, š – sh, as in nation Ž, ž – zh, as in pleasure The following Slovenian regions are refered to in English: Gorenjska – Upper Carniola Dolenjska – Lower Carniola Štajerska – Styria Koroška – Carinthia Kras – Karst Kranjska – Carniola Zgodovina_v_anglescini_novo_4.in561 561 28.8.2008 10:00:52 Zgodovina_v_anglescini_novo_4.in562 562 28.8.2008 10:00:52 1-J Rudolf Suntrup /Jan R. Veenstra (Hrsg./eds.) cti ▪ Konstruktion der Gegenwart und Zukunft ▪ t.) • Shaping the Present and the Future Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2008. • )0(, 282 S., zahlr. Abb. •— Kultureller Wandel vom Mittelalter zur Frühen Neuzeit/Medieval to Early Modern Culture. Herausgegeben von/Edited by Martin Gosman und/and ICrl Volker Honemann. Bd.No1.10 ISBN 978-3-631-55637-5 • br. € 49.80* '13 In einem Europa großer ethnischer, sprachlicher, religiöser und kultureller Vielfalt vollzieht sich etwa zwischen 1450 und 1650 der Prozess der Nationen- • bildung, in dem sich neben dem Heiligen Römischen Reich Deutscher Nation • die jungen Nationalstaaten Europas entwickeln und die kulturellen Eliten ihrer Zeit dadurch ihre soziale Identität zu finden suchen. Dazu dient zum einen die produktive...

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