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SARMATIANS
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Definitions

  1. Sarmatism was the prevalent mentality and ideology of szlachta in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 16th century to 19th century.
  2. Sarmatism is a separate chapter of the polonization of Christianity.
  3. Sarmatism is also similar to American Agrarianism. (Web site)

Period

  1. Criticised heavily in the period of the Polish Enlightenment, Sarmatism was rehabilitated during the generations embracing Polish Romanticism. (Web site)

Pride

  1. Sarmatism served to integrate the multiethnic nobility as it created an almost nationalistic sense of unity and of pride in the szlachta's Golden Freedoms.
  2. Late Sarmatism turned belief into bigotry, honesty into political naïvet, pride into arrogance, courage into stubborness, freedom into anarchy. (Web site)

Material Culture

  1. In material culture, fused with baroque style, Sarmatism produced an original merger of Western and Eastern styles.

Generations

  1. Criticized during the Polish Enlightenment, Sarmatism was rehabilitated by the generations that embraced Polish Romanticism.

Commonwealth

  1. Lithuanians and Ukrainians living within the Commonwealth also adopted certain aspects of Sarmatism.
  2. Representing late sarmatism culture, he views only szlachta social class as the only real representative of Commonwealth.

Culture

  1. Poland's golden age, in terms of art and culture, undoubtedly was the Sarmatism (Polish Baroque) period from 1572 to 1764.

Military Prowess

  1. Sarmatism stressed the religious dedication and military prowess as important qualities of the nobility.

Tremendous Impact

  1. Sarmatism had a tremendous impact on later Polish culturaleras.

Polish Culture

  1. The king had few friends among the Polish szlachta, as he openly sympathized with Austria and showed disregard and contempt for Polish culture (Sarmatism).

Ideology

  1. Sarmatism greatly affected the culture, lifestyle and ideology of the Polish nobility.

Sarmatians

  1. The Polish reference to Sarmatians It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Sarmatism.

Szlachta

  1. Polish baroque coexisted with Sarmatism, a cultural trend which gained popularity among the nobility (szlachta).

Sarmatism

  1. The szlachta' s prevalent mentality and ideology were manifested in " Sarmatism," a name derived from supposed ancestors of the szlachta, the Sarmatians. (Web site)
  2. The prevalent ideology of the szlachta became " Sarmatism ", named after the Sarmatians, alleged ancestors of the Poles. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Family > Families > Nobility > Szlachta
  2. Middle East > Caucasus > Alans > Sarmatians
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Thought > Ideologies > Ideology
  4. Countries > European Union > Poland > Polish Nobility
  5. Tremendous Impact
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