Volume 64, 2106

2016, 64/1

  • Renata Komić Marn: A short history of the Eggenberg family with a special emphasis on the Slovenian territory
  • Stanislav Južnič: Ljubljana Jesuit higher education in natural sciences
  • Tomaž Lazar: The Pukštajn seigniory and the Kometer family: entrepreneurs, barons, patrons, collectors of antiquities
  • Jurij Šilc: The dispute between the parish priest and bishop. The parish priest of Sora, Anton Berce, and the time of cultural struggle in the early 20th century
  • Dunja Dobaja: Births, deaths, and fear of the »white plague« in the Drava banovina in the interwar period
  • Dejan Pacek: The Catholic Action in the Diocese of Lavant
  • Jernej Vidmar: Surveillance and repression on the border between the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia and Italy in the period 1947–1954
  • Marija Počivavšek: The Rakusch Mill: 1903–2014

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2016, 64/2

  • Martin Bele: Frederik V of Ptuj
  • Maja Toš: The Stubenbergs of Vurberk (Wurmberg) and their mark on their local environment
  • Janez Weiss: Stories From the Border of the Empire:The Vinica Castle and the Semenič Family, Beginnings and First Owners in Light of New Archival Sources
  • Andraž Kovač: Death, salvation and the search for meaning: Christoph Spindler’s funeral sermon for Herbard von Auersperg and noble ethos during the confessional era
  • Andraž Žvab: Baroque Alchemy in Carniola
  • Lidija Slana: Owners of the Jablje mansion through time and some of their portraits from the 18th and 19th centuries
  • Andrejka Ščukovt: Life of a border village in light of the settlement and building development of Robidišče

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2016, 64/3 From the history of Zgornja Gorenjska

  • Miha Preinfalk: From Radovljica to Kranjska Gora … and round about
  • Gašper Oitzl: The settlement structure of Zgornja Gorenjska in the Middle Ages
  • Matjaž Bizjak: Identification of estate units of the medieval land register. A case of the ecclesiastical “seigniory” in Lesce
  • Igor Sapač: The Waldenberg or Pusti grad Castle near Radovljica. A description of architectural history
  • Igor Sapač: The Bela Peč/Weissenfels Castle and its architectural-historical importance
  • Boris Golec: Peculiarities of the emergence and development of the ironmaking market town of Bela Peč
  • Boris Golec: Matevž Režen von Segalla (1665–1722) – from a serf’s son from Sorško polje to a lord from the Upper Sava valley
  • Barbara Žabota: Reformation and Counter-Reformation in Zgornja Gorenjska
  • Veronika Pflaum: ʻSt. Hemma Blast Furnaceʼ. Iron Foundry at Nomenj in Bohinj
  • Marko Mugerli: The role of Bucelleni and Ruard families in the Upper Sava Valley iron production
  • Gorazd Stariha: The Dovje Municipality and its forests
  • Alenka Kačičnik Gabrič: Rural life in the Upper Sava Valley in the 18th and 19th centuries
  • Miha Šimac: Anton Zupan (1874–1954), a grammar school teacher from Vrba
  • Matjaž Ambrožič: Cast steel bells of the Jesenice Ironworks of the Carniolan Industrial Company
  • Aljaž Pogačnik: Theatrical activity in Jesenice in the interwar period and repertoires of individual theatres
  • Špela Smolej Milat: How they used to live in Jesenice? Festive customs and traditions
  • Matjaž Geršič, Matija Zorn: Natural disasters reflected in geographical names – a few examples from the Western Karavanke Mountains and western Kamnik–Savinja Alps
  • Rok Filipčič: ‘Our boys did an amazing job.’ Wartime events in Zgornja Gorenjska during the War of Independence in 1991

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