Paltašić family

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The Paltašić family was late Medieval noble family from Kotor, modern-day Montenegro.[1] Their nobility is connected with Venetian take over of Kotor when several members of Paltašić family managed to gain considerable wealth and well reputation.[2]

Paltašić family
Current regionKotor, modern-day Montenegro
MembersJakov, Radelja, Andrija, Nikola, Mihailo, Jovan and Miloje Paltašić

Andrija PaltašićEdit

Andrija Paltašić was the son of Jakov Paltašić and the grandson of Radelja Paltašić.[3] Andrija was a Venetian printer and publisher who was active from 1477 to 1499. He was born in Kotor and moved to Venice in the 1470s where he became one of the first printers. He died in Venice in ca. 1500. Paltašić is the first known South Slavic printer. Hieromonk Makarije learned printing skills from Andrija.[4]

Nikola and Mihailo PaltašićEdit

Nikola and Mihailo Paltašić were Andrija's uncles and wealthy noble men of Kotor.[5] Mihailo and Nikola Paltašić were among noblemen from Kotor who bought land from Bogdašić family.[6] In 1431 Nikola made a contract to build a house in Kotor for certain Ivanko.[7] He was also a merchant who rented boats and traded with wheat. Although there were many boats in Kotor, their rent was not always competitive, so he sometimes rented foreign boats, as he did in November 1442, when he rented a Ragusan boat to transport wheat from Lješ to Venice.[8] Mihailo was also the owner of one large ship (Latin: navis magna).[9]

Nikola's correspondence with Venetian authorities regarding some community issues is documented in 1454.[10] He had a son Božo[11] who was rector of the Kotor Gymnasium.[12]

Other membersEdit

Jovan Paltašić (in some works mentioned as Ivan)[13] was mentioned in one document of 6 December 1440 as archdeacon in Kotor.[14] He was described as one of the most reputable priests of Kotor bishopric.[15] Before 1456 he visited king of Bosnia as Pope's acolyte.[16]

In 1470 another member of Paltašić family, Miloje Paltašić, also moved to Venice.[17]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Spomenik. 1953. p. 252. Retrieved 8 December 2013. Палташићи, которска властеоска породица
  2. ^ Novak, Viktor (2007). Revue historique. p. 113.
  3. ^ Dejan Medaković. Izabrane srpske teme: studije i prilozi. Beogradski izdavačko-grafički zavod. p. 49. Retrieved 5 February 2013. Андрија Палташић, син Јакова, који је припадао старој и веома угледној которској породици
  4. ^ Bibliografski vjesnik. Obod. 2003. p. 23. Retrieved 13 December 2013. ...и веома угледном и богатом породицом Палташић из Котора, и штампаром Андријом Палташићем у Венецији, код кога је (научници се у новије вријеме готово слажу) штампарску вјештину учио Црнојевићев штампар Макарије,...
  5. ^ Krneta, Ljubomir (1974). Istorija škola i obrazovanja kod Srba. Istorijski muzej SR Srbije. p. 83. Retrieved 13 December 2013. ...которских пучана, међу њима и угледни и богати Михаило Палташић, стриц штам- пара Андрије Палташића
  6. ^ Božić, Ivan (1979). Nemirno Pomorje XV veka. Srpska književna zadruga. p. 76.
  7. ^ Recueil de travaux de l'Institut des études byzantines. Naučno delo. 1996. p. 15.
  8. ^ Zbornik izveštaja o istraživanjima Boke Kotorske. Naučna knjiga. 1986. p. 15.
  9. ^ Vekarić, Stjepan (1 January 1997). Naši Jedrenjaci. Književni Krug. p. 73. ISBN 978-953-163-071-9. Retrieved 13 December 2013. Mihajlo Paltašić vlasnik velikog broda (navis magna)
  10. ^ Krneta, Ljubomir (1974). Istorija škola i obrazovanja kod Srba. Istorijski muzej SR Srbije. p. 83.
  11. ^ Društvo istoričara Crne Gore. Kotorska sekcija (1970). Kotorska sekcija Društva istoričara Crne Gore 1948-1968. Društvo istoričara Crne Gore. p. 98. Retrieved 6 February 2013. Божо Николин Палташић, братучед Андрије штампара
  12. ^ Prosvjeta: mjesečnik Srpskog kulturnog društva Prosvjeta. Društvo. 1968. p. 54. Retrieved 6 February 2013.
  13. ^ Novak, Viktor (1980). Revue historique. p. 45. Retrieved 13 December 2013. ... Архиђакон и каноник которски Иван Палташић...
  14. ^ Mitrović, Katarina (2007). Mletački episkopi Kotora: 1420-1513. UTOPIJA. p. 122. Retrieved 8 December 2013. 6. decembra 1440. godine prokuratori Svetog Đorđa, Dobruško Margocijev i Nikša sin pok. Dragoja Longa iz Kotora, primili su od arhiđakona Jovana Paltašića devet dukata
  15. ^ Mitrović, Katarina (2007). Mletački episkopi Kotora: 1420-1513. UTOPIJA. p. 205.
  16. ^ Katarina Mitrović (2007). Mletački episkopi Kotora: 1420-1513. UTOPIJA. p. 183. Retrieved 13 December 2013.
  17. ^ Spomenik. 1953. p. 14. Retrieved 6 February 2013.

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