izvor podataka: poirot

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Jadranske geopolitike u modernosti, 1493.-1914.

The Modern Geopolitics of the Adriatic Sea, 1493-1914

Opis projekta

Navedeni projekt istražio je i produbio postojeća znanja o političkoj, diplomatskoj i vojnoj povijesti istočnojadranske obale. U sklopu projekta obavljena su istraživanja u arhivima u Beču, Rimu i Veneciji te je na osnovu njihova rezultata objavljeno sedam znanstvenih monografija. U njima su dotaknuti povijesni fenomeni poput otpora osmanlijskoj vlasti na Jadranu, vojna revolucija alla moderna, postridentska reforma Katoličke Crkve, suparništvo Habsburga i Venecije, pojava revolucionarne Francuske, habsburška Restauracija i jadranska politika u austrijskim strateškim promišljanjima.

The project aims to draw attention to the foreign politics and the military build-up of the great and middle powers at the Adriatic during the both early modern period and the 19th century. The starting point of the study is the Ottoman occupation of Bosnia in 1463 confirmed by defeat of Croatian army in the Battle of Krbava in 1493. The main allies of anti-Ottoman resistance Habsburgs, Venice and the popes sought to prevent the Ottoman penetration to the Adriatic and in the West. In their long term efforts they used tools of military revolution that has prevailed on their side. However, the early modern alliance is marked by a profound Habsburg-Venetian rivalry on the Adriatic which was ended by the fall of Venice in 1797 year. A new contender at the Adriatic, the revolutionary France, sought to repel Russians and Britons, and to provide a springboard to the East. After the fall of Napoleon, Austria secured supremacy on the sea, but the newly proclaimed Kingdom of Italy continued the centuries-long conflict over the Adriatic. In addressing the historical prospective, the project focuses on publishing five books which will present each phase of the competition and the main protagonists in this conflict. 1. Josip Vrandečić, The Adriatic Mission Zadar of Minuccio Minucci, the Archbishop of Zadar, 1596-1604. 2. Nikša Varezić, Republic of Dubrovnik and the Holy See, 1645-1699. 3. Marko Rimac, The Cetina region between Ottoman and Venetian rule (1683-1730). 4. Marko Trogrlić-Josip Vrandečić, Reports of Dalmatian Governor Vincenzo Dandolo to Emperor Napoleon, 1806-1809. 5. Marko Trogrlić, Memoirs of the Dalmatian Governor General Gabriel Rodić, 1812-1890.

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Znanstveno-istraživački projekti

Megas

IP-2013-11-8469

01.07.2014

30.06.2018

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HRK 130.900

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