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Castle Studies

 

The museum periodical published by the Castle Museum in Malbork has been reactivated after a few years’ break. The presented, long-awaited series has a new graphic design and form, which is supposed to be more friendly to all readers, while maintaining the scientific nature and program criteria of the magazine. The journal is edited jointly by the Publishing College of the Castle Museum in Malbork
and given to you with the hope that it will be received with enthusiasm and interest.

Castle Studies, part I

Table of Contents:

Janusz Trupinda, Introduction
Mariusz Mierzwiński, Malbork Castle in the years 1945-1960
Bogna Jakubowska, Collections and exhibitions of the Castle Museum in Malbork in the years 1961-1980
Wiesława Połom-Jakubowicz, In a few words about Malbork exhibitions from 1980-2002
Calendar of exhibitions of the Castle Museum in Malbork in the years 1961-2002

The publication can be purchased stationary at the Castle Museum in Malbork and online at the online store: http://sklep5549667.homesklep.pl/pl/p/Studia-Zamkowe%2C-tom-I-oprawa-miekka/140

 
Castle Studies, part II

 

Table of Contents:

Antoni R. Chodyński, Teutonic raids on Lithuania and Samogitia according to the chronicle of Wigand of Marburg
Mariusz Mierzwiński, A fragment of the castle complex in Malbork called the Starost’s House in the light of archaeological and architectural research
Michał Woźniak, Decor and furnishings of the Malbork Castle in the light of accounts and inventories
Bernard Jesionowski, Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Malbork Castle – new discoveries and interpretations of its history
Jarosław Rogóż, Jacek Gryczewski, Jacek Stachera, Technological research of the interior of the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the High Castle in Malbork
Barbara Pospieszna. Conservation of the mosaic on the statue of Mary and Child in Malbork in the 19th and early 20th centuries
Artur Dobry, Reconstruction of the interiors and furnishings of the chambers of the dignitaries of the Teutonic Order at the Malbork Castle at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries
Elżbieta Mierzwińska, Two amber altars from the equipment of the Palace of the Grand Masters in Malbork during the so-called A romantic restaurant
Jolanta Justa, Education behind the string – selected issues from the pedagogical activities of the Castle Museum in Malbork
Juliusz Raczkowski, Late Gothic paintings in the upper choir of the Kwidzyn Cathedral

 

The publication can be purchased stationary at the Castle Museum in Malbork and online at the online store: http://sklep5549667.homesklep.pl/pl/p/Studia-Zamkowe%2C-tom-II-oprawa-miekka/142

 
Castle Studies, part III

Table of Contents

Antoni R. Chodyński, Roman pyxis (Pixis) from Limoges from the mid-13th century in the collection of the Castle Museum in Malbork

Bartłomiej Butryn, Group of paintings from around 1689–1732 on the galleries in the post-evangelical church of St. George in Malbork

Artur Dobry, Activity of Hermann Schaper at the castle in Malbork

Barbara Pospieszna, Malbork Castle in the lens of the company “Ottomar Anschütz G.m.b.H.”

Aleksandra Siuciak, Books of the Society for the Reconstruction and Beautification of the Malbork Castle in the collection of the Library of the Castle Museum in Malbork

Wiesława Połom-Jakubowicz, Albums of the Castle Reconstruction as a source for research on the course of construction and conservation works in the years 1945–2005

Mieczyslaw Haftka, Henryk Raczynewski (1923–1992)

Marian Arszyński, prof. Hartmut Boockmann (1934–1998) on the 10th anniversary of his death

 

The publication can be purchased stationary at the Castle Museum in Malbork and online at the online store: http://sklep5549667.homesklep.pl/pl/p/Studia-Zamkowe%2C-tom-III/144

 
Castle Studies, part IV

The volume contains materials from the 4th Scientific Conference of the series “Maciej Kilarski Meetings in Malbork” – Art in the Teutonic State in Prussia (2010)

The current issue was edited jointly by Barbara Pospieszna and Artur Dobry and given to you with the hope that it will be received with enthusiasm and interest.

Fr.G. Wąsowski “The image of the king in the scene of the Adoration of the Magi on the part of the late medieval altar from the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Elbląg”

A. Woziński “Works of Master Paweł and his workshop in Teutonic Prussia”

R. Zacharias ” Zur Theologie ausgewahlter Ortsnamen im Ordensland Prussen. “

J.Adamski “Between the regional modus and innovation” Church of Sts. Catherine in Barniewo and its connections with the Gothic architecture of the southern shores of the Baltic Sea.

A. Desire “The court is rolling the castle?”. Reflections on the Small Defensive Sites in the Teutonic State in Prussia.”

A.R.Chodyński “Portrait or paradigmatic image. The form and symbolism of Bartholomeus Boreschow’s epitaph from around the mid-15th century.

P. Freus “Iconography of “Glory of Mary” in the circle of Teutonic foundations in Prussia”

M.Gąssowska “Saint Scandinavian kings in altar foundations in Gdańsk in the 15th century.”

Ch. Herrmann “Teutonic churches – facts or myths? About the relationship between patronage and patronage in medieval Prussia”

J. Jarzewicz “More geometrio. The composition of the vault of the Summer Refectory in the Palace of the Grand Masters in Malbork”

T. Jurkowlaniec ” Symbols of the Evangelists. From research on the iconography of Gothic tombstones in Prussia.”

M.Kurkowski ” Newly discovered paintings from the church of St. Catherine in Brodnica.

A. Larczyńska “The beauty of medieval manuscripts. The library of the Franciscan monastery in Gdańsk rediscovered.”

L. Łbik “Wax and silver figural votive offerings from the former grave of Blessed Dorota of Mątów in the Kwidzyn Cathedral”

K. Mastykarz “The town hall as a center of elite urban culture on the example of Toruń and Elbląg in the 14th-15th centuries.”

J. Piotrowska “The monastic editorial office of Speculum humanae salvationis in Königsberg – a contribution to the issue of Luther of Braunschweig’s founding activities”

K. Pospieszny “Institutionalization of “holy castles” in Prussia in the 13th-14th centuries. From research on the iconography of architecture, elements of its decor and equipment”

Z.J. Przerembski “Musical themes in the decorations of the Malbork Castle”

M. Rudy “Research and restoration issues of Gothic and Neo-Gothic keystones from the Malbork Castle”

W.Rynkiewicz-Domino ” A handful of bricks and stones. Contributions to the history of the Teutonic Castle and the Old Town Hall in Elbląg”

A. Socko ” Church of St. John the Evangelist in Bartoszyce against the background of medieval sacral architecture in Prussia”

A. Staniszewski “Gothic vaults in the church of St. Peter and Paul in Gdańsk – in the light of field research and preserved relics”

G. Świderski “The contribution of the Teutonic Order to the development of castles in the area of ​​the Warmian rule in the 13th century.”

The publication can be purchased stationary at the Castle Museum in Malbork and online at the online store: http://sklep5549667.homesklep.pl/pl/p/Studia-Zamkowe-t.IV/262

 
Castle Studies, part V

Table of Contents:

Janusz Trupinda, Foreword

Antoni Romuald Chodyński, Pole and blunt weapons. Form and function

Daniel Gosk, Kapalin with cheeks from the collection of the Castle Museum in Malbork

Barbara Pospieszna, History of the Malbork Collection of Plaster Casts

Rafał Panfil, Religious relations in Malbork from the beginning of the Reformation to the beginning of the 17th century.

Karol Polejowski, Two-level churches of knightly orders in the Middle Ages

Janusz Hochleitner, Bartłomiej Wypych, The Chapter of the Polish Knighthood in the survey conducted at the Malbork Castle in 2017.

Wiesława Połom-Jakubowicz, Calendar of exhibitions at the Castle Museum in Malbork in the years 2003-2017

Antoni Romuald Chodyński, Bronislawa Mora-Mieszkowski 1909-1976

The museum periodical published by the Castle Museum in Malbork has been reactivated after a six-year break. The presented new, fifth volume of “studies”, so long awaited, has a new graphic design and form, which is supposed to be more friendly to all readers, while maintaining the scientific nature and program criteria of the journal. In the current issue you will find a number of diverse and interesting articles in the field of weapons science, history and art history. Antoni Romuald Chodyński characterizes the form and functions of pole and blunt weapons, and introduces the figure of Bronisław Mróz-Mieszkowski. Daniel Gosk presents kapalin with cheeks from the collection of the Castle Museum in Malbork. In her article, Barbara Pospieszna describes in detail the history of the Malbork collection of plaster casts. Rafał Panfil defines religious relations in Malbork from the Reformation to the beginning of the 17th century. Karol Polejowski, in turn, took the floor in the discussion on the origins of two-storey churches of knightly orders in the Middle Ages. Janusz Hochleitner and Bartłomiej Wypych raise the issue of historical reenactment based on surveys conducted on members of the chapter of Polish knighthood at the Malbork Castle in 2017. Wiesława Połom-Jakubowicz prepared the calendar of exhibitions of the Castle Museum in Malbork in the years 2003-2017.

The publication can be purchased stationary at the Castle Museum in Malbork and online at the online store: http://sklep5549667.homesklep.pl/pl/p/STUDIA-ZAMKOWE-TOM-V/365

 
Castle Studies, part VI

 

The next, sixth volume of Studia Zamkowe brings traditionally thematically diverse material, the common denominator of which is the collection of the Castle Museum in Malbork and the history of the Malbork castle and the personalities associated with it.

The publication can be purchased stationary at the Castle Museum in Malbork and online at the online store: http://sklep5549667.homesklep.pl/pl/p/STUDIA-ZAMKOWE-VI/399

 
Castle Studies, part VII

Table of Contents:

 

Janusz Trupinda, Foreword

Artur Dobry, Conrad Steinbrecht’s publishing activity

Rafał Panfil, Dignitaries, officials, clergy and servants of the Malbork Castle in the years 1552-1569 in the light of the administrators’ accounting books

Barbara Pospieszna, Medieval and Renaissance tiles from the southern moat of the Malbork Castle obtained in the years 1976-1980

Arkadiusz Dzikowski, Copies of the great helmet from Tannenberg in the Malbork collection

Aleksandra Siuciak, #Project Loss of Action. Castle Museum in Malbork in the scope of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage program “Research on Polish war losses” in 2018-2019

Łukasz Rzepczyński, Conservation work on the Kwidzyn mosaic in 1902 in the light of archival sources

Bartosz Skop, Organs of the cathedral in Kwidzyn

Bogusz Wasik, The residence building (gemach) of the great masters in the castle in Sztum in the light of research from 2019

 

The publication can be purchased stationary at the Castle Museum in Malbork and online at the online store: http://sklep5549667.homesklep.pl/pl/p/STUDIA-ZAMKOWE-VII/470

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