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Author
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Gulyás, László Szabolcs 
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2016-07-14T13:48:38Z
Availability Date
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2016-07-14T13:48:38Z
Release
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2015
uri
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http://hdl.handle.net/10831/31331
Language
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magyarhu_HU
Title
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A középkori magyar városfejlődés migráció- és ipartörténeti vonatkozásai a történeti személynévtan tükrében II.hu_HU
Type
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folyóiratcikk
Version
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megjelent változathu_HU
Language
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hun
Rights
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© Minden jog fenntartva. ELTE Magyar Nyelvtudományi és Finnugor Intézethu_HU
Abstract in English
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The paper examines the connections between late medieval urban development in Hungary, the handicraft industry and the name giving practices of the lower and middle classes of medieval society. It has long been accepted through research into Hungarian local history that the state of urban development and the proportion of handicraftsmen (and other people not involved in agricultural activities) among the population of a settlement were interdependent. Highly developed settlements would have more inhabitants engaged in industrial activities and services, than their poorer counterparts. Hungarian economic history traditionally considers the bearers of personal names derived from occupational names as handicraftsmen. In general, the proportion of these people among the inhabitants of the distinct settlement types was different, thus in market towns more people supported themselves with handicrafts than in villages, but the highest number of handicraftsmen lived in cities. Naturally, the more important a settlement was, the more crafts were present there. Based on a corpus of approximately 12,000 late medieval personal names, the author examines the proportion of handicraftsmen among the inhabitants, and the specialization of the handicraft industry in the seven types of settlements identified in the so-called “centrality score system”. The system devised by András Kubinyi aims to describe the different levels of development in medieval settlements. The results of the present analysis reinforce and numerically justify Kubinyi’s statements.hu_HU
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Bolyai János Kutatási Ösztöndíjhu_HU
abbreviated journal
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hu_HU
Journal
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Névtani Értesítőhu_HU
Last Page
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156hu_HU
First Page
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137hu_HU
Volume Number
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37.hu_HU
access
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hozzáférhetőhu_HU
Keyword English
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surnameshu_HU
Keyword English
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medieval urban developmenthu_HU
Keyword English
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handicraft industryhu_HU
Keyword English
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bynames derived from occupational nameshu_HU
Keyword English
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middle ageshu_HU
Keyword English
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Hungarianhu_HU
Subtitle
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Személynévadás és kézműiparhu_HU
Class
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publikáció/alkotáshu_HU
Type
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tudományoshu_HU
Author
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ELTE szervezeti egységen kívülihu_HU
Keywords
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családnévhu_HU
Keywords
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városfejlődéshu_HU
Keywords
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kézműiparhu_HU
Keywords
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foglalkozásnévi eredetű családnevekhu_HU
Keywords
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középkorhu_HU
Keywords
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magyarhu_HU
Type
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folyóiratcikkhu_HU
Release Date
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2015hu_HU


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