"MOSSOLMANI DI BOSSINA" (1568) Cover Image


Author(s): Marko Šunjić
Subject(s): Cultural history, Museology & Heritage Studies, 13th to 14th Centuries, 15th Century, 16th Century
Published by: Institut za istoriju
Keywords: Dalmatian market; Bosnian marks; goods;

Summary/Abstract: Original documents from the 14th and the 15th centuries, preserved in the archives of Dalmatian towns, disclose that quite a number of goods on the Dalmatian market and articles kept in Dalmatian houses were of Bosnian provenance, bearing typically Bosnian marks; thus for instance, explicitely are mentioned: Bosnian fabrics (tella bosnexe) sheets of Bosnian fabric (lenzuoli de tella bosnexe), women's dresses of Bosnian cut (Chamisa da dona a la bosnexe), Bosnian shields (scutus bosnensis), Bosnian currency (grossi bosnexi), Bosnian silver spurs (calcaria more bosnensis de argemto), Bosnian belts (zenture bosnexe), silver rings of Bosnian make (anelli darzento de lavor de Bosna), gilded Bosnian trays (taze de Bosna indorade), etc. Besides the here mentioned articles, in Venice we find Bosnian silver, Bosnian lead, Bosnian resin, Bosnian wax, Bosnian lalcons trained for hunting, Bosnian horses some of which extremely beautiful, as the one presentedby the king of Bosnia to the Duke.

  • Issue Year: 1987
  • Issue No: 23
  • Page Range: 55-61
  • Page Count: 7
  • Language: Bosnian