Hermán nembéli Lampert királyi országbíró működésének okleveles adatai

The third crowning of King Charles I. in 1310 made him the lawful ruler of Hungary. As his compromise policy for his royal power to be accepted provided no opportunities to consolidate his rule in the country, he soon realised that he had to overcome separatism with weapons and deploy military force...

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Main Author: Almási Tibor
Format: Article
Published: 2017
Series:Acta Universitatis Szegediensis : forum : acta juridica et politica
Kulcsszavak:Magyarország története - 12-13. sz., Államjog - magyar, Közigazgatás - Magyarország - 12-13. sz.
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/56959
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Summary:The third crowning of King Charles I. in 1310 made him the lawful ruler of Hungary. As his compromise policy for his royal power to be accepted provided no opportunities to consolidate his rule in the country, he soon realised that he had to overcome separatism with weapons and deploy military forces to put an end to the fragmentation of the country. To this end, in the era of wars within the country, he granted government positions to landowners who were compromised and had a less prestigious history. Lampert Judge royal, who was responsible for the royal jurisdiction, was born in an aristocratic family, became the member of the emerging new aristocracy in this situation; however, neither his kindred, nor his person belonged to privileged aristocrats. Nevertheless, the decision of the king was a success, as Lampert Judge royal carried out his tasks successfully, loyally and remained in his position until his death in 1324. During the 11 years of his period in office, he stabilised the royal judicial system and the more the armed unification of the country expanded the local space of royal authority, the more the territorial jurisdiction of Lampert Judge royal expanded. The memories of the deeds of Lampert Judge royal are preserved in 275 certified documents that reveal the gradual stabilisation of the operation of the Judge royal institution. Although personal data depicting his fate and situation as the Judge royal are somewhat scarce, data collected from the preserved certificates provide a clear understanding of his procedural practice, his attitude reflected by his judicial decisions, his relationship with the ruler and the significance of his position. The study examines the office period of Lampert Judge royal from this viewpoint and assesses the importance of his role in laying the foundations of the Judge royal institutional practice in the Anjou era, and discusses the judicial decisions and legal cases that highlight the specific traits and unique features of his activities.
Physical Description:5-29
ISSN:2063-2525