Volume 59, 2011

2011, 59/1

2011, 59/1

  • Martin Bele: The Trixen family
  • Andreja Klasinc Škofljanec: Marquis Giorgio Guido Pallavicino-Trivulzio, a prisoner at the Ljubljana Castle. A discussion on how italian political prisoners were treated by the authorities in the 1820s and 1830s
  • Katarina Keber: Mines’ fraternal funds as one of the first organised forms of health and social insurance in the Habsburg Monarchy
  • Polona Zalokar: From the history of the Mali homestead in Golnik
  • Eda Belingar: Water distribution system in Dane
  • Boštjan Zajšek: German Evangelicals in the Slovenian territory between the two world wars
  • Rajmund Lampreht: Selnica ob Dravi in 1945 under the authority of the Local People’s Committee
  • Franček Lasbaher: Vocational Mining School at Mežica (1942–1991)

Kronika 59/1 (PDF)


2011, 59/22011, 59/2

  • Elica Boltin Tome: Predloka in Roman times – according
  • to the narrative of archaeological finds
  • Andrej Hozjan: Ferenc III Nádasdy and Prekmurje. On the 340th anniversary of the assassination of the anti-Habsburg conspirator
  • Ana Lavrič: The Church of St. Rosalie at the Ljubljana Castle
  • Pauline Ringoot: Mayors during the time of the Iillyrian Provinces (1809–1813)
  • Tanja Gomiršek: Agrarian changes in the southeastern part of the Goriška brda in the 19th century
  • Katarina Keber: Workers of the coal mine at Leše near Prevalje in the 19th century

Kronika 59/2 (PDF)


2011, 59/3 From the history of Litija and its surroundings

2011, 59/3 Iz zgodovine Litije in okolice

  • Miha Preinfalk: From the history of Litija and its surroundings or »Litija« is more than just Litija
  • Matija Črešnar, Dimitrij Mlekuž: The archaeological image of Litija in the light of the latest discoveries
  • Božena Dirjec: A roman find at Kresnice
  • Igor Sapač: The problem of the architectural history of medieval noble courts in the area of Litija, Šmartno and Gabrovka
  • Lidija Slana: The Lichtenberg Castle and its owners throughout centuries
  • Robert Peskar, Modest Erbežnik: Gothic frescoes at Podpeč pod Skalo – their artistic character and a depiction of restoration interventions
  • Boris Golec: Litija – a market town on the river from medieval origins to the decline of the Sava River navigation in the mid-19th century
  • Alenka Kačičnik Gabrič: Litija and the broader Litija area in the first half of the 19th century
  • Peter Vodopivec: Vače before the great fire of 1834. Vače and the surrounding settlements in the documents of the Franciscean Cadastre
  • Nataša Kolar: A contribution to the history of the school system in Šmartno pri Litiji between 1800 and 1850
  • Matjaž Ambrožič: Rights and obligations of patronage of the Grmače/Grünhof seignory
  • Eva Holz: Interesting facts about traffic routes in the area of the former Litija district in the 18th and 19th century
  • Miha Seručnik: The population, agriculture and viticulture of the district of Litija at the beginning of the 20th century
  • Igor Gardelin: The district administration of Litija in the period of constitutionalist governors according to newspapers between 1868 and 1881
  • Martin Brilej: National revivalists from Litija – Luka Svetec and Ljudmila Roblek
  • Irena Ivančič Lebar: Municipalities of Litija and Šmartno pri Litiji in the interwar period
  • Nevenka Prhavc Šipič: I am whispering about you, Litija. The story about the von Wurzbach sisters
  • Blaž Otrin: The founding of the Parish of Litija in 1936
  • Jože Rozman: The partisan corridor in the Litija area during World War II
  • Tadeja Tominšek Čehulić: Litija during World War II: consequences for the population
  • France Kresal: The hundred-year development of the Litija Spinning Mill 1886–1986
  • Nina Vodopivec: The Litija Spinning Mill and its people
  • Erna Jurič: The Slovenian Reading Society in Litija – tradition and mission
  • Helena Hauptman: Litija’s Choral Society Lipa throughout history

Kronika 59/3 (PDF)