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Historia Daniae

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Stela lapidea prope Vinstrup in Nørhald, millennio tertio a.C.n. posita.

Historia Daniae regni coniuncti saeculo octavo coepit, sed documenta historica regionem geographicam hominesque ibi habitantís describunt, quae erant Dani, ex anno 500 aut antea. Quae documenta scripta Iordanem et Procopium comprehendunt. Danis anno 960 fere Christianizatis, regnum certe erat. Margarita II, regina hodie regnans, progenies est Gormi Senicis[1][2]) et Haraldi Dentis Lividi[3] regum Viccingorum illius aevi, quam ob rem monarchia Daniae veterrima in Europa videtur.[4] Regioni nunc Daniae appellatae est praehistoria diuturna et multiplex, quia terra a nonnullis culturis gentibusque praehistoricis annos 12 000 fere, ex palaeolithico exeunte, cultebatur.

Regnum Danicum antequam aevum Viccingorum.
Navis Ladbiensis maxima navis humata in Dania inventa.
Exemplar Aarhusiae, muniti Viccingorum oppidi, anno 950 conditi.
Tempus sine regibus, 13321340.
Lapides Jelling, saepe diploma natale Daniae appellati, coniunctionem et Christianizationem Daniae ab Haraldo Dentis Lividi circa annum 980 nuntiant.
Tabula geographica Scandinaviae anno 1219, regionibus a Dania captis viridibus pallidis pictis.
Dania ante 1645.
Denia ante 1658.

Historia Daniae plerumque mota est a loco geographico inter maria Germanicum et Balticum, loco qui ad oeconomiam resque militares magni momenti pertinet inter Sueciam et Germaniam, in mediis certaminibus de dominio maris Baltici. Diu certabat Dania cum Suecia de terris Scaniis et cum Germania de Slesvico (fief? Danico) et Holsatia (fief Germanico).

Dania in his certaminibus ad ultimum victa est, unde terrae Scaniae Sueciae primum et Slesvicum-Holsatia Imperio Germanico demum concessit. Post Norvegiam anno 1814 concessam, Dania Faeroas, Groenlandiam, Islandiam, veteresque colonias Norvegicas, iam tenebat. Islandia saeculo vicensimo libertatem vindicavit, Groenlandia et Faroae integrae regni Daniae facta sunt, et Slesvicum septentrionale se cum Dania anno 1920 post referendum consociavit. Dania secundo bello mundano a Germania nazistica capta est, sed a copiis Britannicis Alligatis anno 1945 liberata est,[5] postquam se ad Consociationem Nationum consociavit. Secundo bello mundano confecto belloque frigido continuante, Dania se cum NATO, foedere militari, statim consociavit anno 1949 socius conditor.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Generalia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Historia civilitatis[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Barton, H. A. 1986. Scandinavia in the Revolutionary Era, 1760-1815. Minneapoli.
  • Campbell, John L., John A. Hall, et Ove Kaj Pedersen, eds. 2006. National Identity and the Varieties of Capitalism: The Danish Experience. Studies in Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict.
  • Etting, Vivian. 2004. Queen Margrete I, 1353–1412, and the Founding of the Nordic Union. Brill. Editio interretialis.
  • Gouges, Linnea de. 2014. From Witch Hunts to Scientific Confidence: The Influence of British and Continental Currents on the Consolidation of the Scandinavian States in the 17th Century. Nisus Publications.
  • Jespersen, Leon. 2002. "Court and Nobility in Early Modern Denmark." Scandinavian Journal of History 27, no. 3 (September): 129–42.
  • Munck, Thomas. 1979. The peasantry and the early absolute monarchy in Denmark, 1660-1708. Hafniae: Landbohistorisk Selskab. ISBN 8775260611.
  • Munck, Thomas. 1998. "Absolute Monarchy in Later 18th-century Denmark: Centralized Reform, Public Expectations, and the Copenhagen Press." Historical Journal 41, no. 1 (Martius): 201–24. JSTOR.

Cultura et religio[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Eichberg, Henning. 2011. "Sporting history, moving democracy, challenging body culture: The development of a Danish approach." Stadion 37 (1): 149-67.
  • Jacobsen, Brian Arly. 2015. "Islam and Muslims in Denmark." In After integration: Islam, conviviality and contentious politics in Europe, ed. Marian Burchardt and Ines Michalowski, 171–86. Wiesbaden: Springer.
  • Kirmmse, Bruce. 1990. Kierkegaard in Golden Age Denmark. Bloomingtoniae: Indiana University Press.
  • Michelson, William. 1969. "From Religious Movement to Economic Change: The Grundtvigian Case in Denmark." Journal of Social History 2 (4): 283–301.
  • Mordhorst, Mads. 2014. "Arla and Danish national identity–business history as cultural history." Business History 56 (1): 116–33.
  • Rossel, Sven H. 1992. A History of Danish Literature. Lincolniae: University of Nebraska Press. Editio interretialis.
  • Schwarz, Martin. 2002. Church History of Denmark. Ashgate. ISBN 0-7546-0307-5.

Historia oeconomica et socialis[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Abildgren, Kim. 2010. "Consumer prices in Denmark 1502-2007." Scandinavian Economic History Review 58 (1): 2–24.
  • Abildgren, Kim. 2015. Estimates of the national wealth of Denmark 1845-2013. Danmarks Nationalbank Working Papers, 92. PDF.
  • Hornby, Ove. 1982. "Proto-Industrialisation Before Industrialisation? The Danish Case." Scandinavian Economic History Review 30, no, 1 (Aprilis): 3–33.
  • Christiansen, Palle Ove. 1995. "Culture and Contrasts in a Northern European Village: Lifestyles among Manorial Peasants in 18th-Century Denmark. Journal of Social History 29 (2): 275+.
  • Johansen, Hans Christian. 1983. "Trends in Modern and Early Modern Social History Writing in Denmark after 1970." Social History 8, no. 3 (October): 375–81.
  • Johansen, Hans Christian. 2002. Danish Population History, 1600-1939. Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark. ISBN 978-87-7838-725-7. Recognitio interretialis.
  • Kjzergaard, T. 1995. The Danish Revolution: an ecohistorical interpretation. Cantabrigiae.
  • Olson, Kenneth E. 1966. The history makers: The press of Europe from its beginnings through 1965. Rubribaculo: Louisina State University Press.
  • Topp, Niels-Henrik. 2008. "Unemployment and Economic Policy in Denmark in the 1930s." Scandinavian Economic History Review 56, no. 1 (Aprilis): 71–90.

Coniunctiones cum Germania[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Barfod, Jörgen H. 1985. The Holocaust Failed in Denmark. Hafniae.
  • Berdichevsky, Norman. 2002. The Danish-German Border Dispute, 1815–2001: aspects of cultural and demographic politics. ISBN 1-930901-34-8.
  • Buckser, Andrew. 2003. After the Rescue: Jewish identity and community in contemporary Denmark. Novi Eboraci: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 1403962707, ISBN 0312239459.
  • Lund, Joachim. 2004. "Denmark and the ‘European New Order’, 1940–-1942," Contemporary European History. 13, no. 3 (Augustus): 305–21.

Historiographia, memoria, doctrina[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Brincker, Benedikte. 2009. "When did the Danish nation emerge? A review of Danish historians' attempts to date the Danish nation." National Identities. 11, no. 4 (December): 353–65.
  • Haue, Harry. 2013. "Transformation of history textbooks from national monument to global agent." Nordidactica: Journal of Humanities and Social Science Education 1: 80-89. Editio interretialis.
  • Jørgensen, Simon Laumann. 2014. "The History We Need: Strategies of Citizen Formation in the Danish History Curriculum." Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 2014: 1-18.
  • Pedersen, Christian Damm. 2014. "Empire and the Borders of Danish History."

Theodisce scripta[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bohn, Robert. 2001. Dänische Geschichte. Monaci: Beck. Beck'sche Reihe, 2162. ISBN 3-406-44762-7.
  • Heinzelmann, Eva, Stefanie Robl, et Thomas Riis, eds. 2006. Der dänische Gesamtstaat. Kiliae: Verlag Ludwig. ISBN 978-3-937719-01-6.
  • Hoffmann, Erich. 1992. "Der heutige Stand der Erforschung der Geschichte Skandinaviens in der Völkerwanderungszeit im Rahmen der mittelalterlichen Geschichtsforschung." In Der historische Horizont der Götterbild–Amulette aus der Übergangsepoche von der Spätantike zum Frühmittelalter, 143–182. Gottingae.
  • Jörg-Peter.? 1999. Findeisen: Dänemark: Von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. Regensburg.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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