Insygnium koronacyjne Daniela Romanowicza – fakty i hipotezy

ORCID: Andrzej Gil: 0000-0002-6415-8339

Strony: 27-41

Wydanie: Lublin 2014

DOI: --

Abstrakt: This article considers all the source references regarding the coronation insignia of Daniel Romanowicz, the ruler of the Galician-Volhynian Principality. It has been established that most likely they origin from a workshop in either north Italy or south Germany and presently should be regarded as unaccounted for. Believed to be related to King Daniel’s coronation insignia, the so-called mitre of the bishops of Przemyśl, presently missing as well, was in fact made at the beginning of the 18th century to order of the Uniate bishop of Przemyśl, Jerzy Winnicki, and has no ideological connection whatsoever with regalia of Old Rus’.