Fridrich Stromer from Nuremberg, „quondam notarius Karlsteinensis“. A contribution to the topic of the domain of Karlštejn in the 14th century.
Abstract: The first objective of the study is to introduce, based on sources until now unknown, the activities of one of the members of the patrician Stromer family from Nuremberg, Fridrich Stromer, in the years 1346–1377. The study also provides a broader context of how Fridrich, in his duty of notary of the chamber in the area of the former Přemyslid domain participated in financial, administrative and territorial integration strategies of Charles IV. At the same time, it is thanks to Fridrich Stromer and to the sources which mention him, that it was possible to change the approach to certain issues connected with the Karlštejn domain and to become more familiar, despite the lack of available sources, with the earliest times of its existence.
Key words: Karlštejn castle, properties of royal chamber, Fridrich Stromer from Nuremberg, Stromer family
PhDr. Markéta Novotná, doktorandka Ústavu českých dějin FFUK, je zaměstnána jako odborná archivářka v Národním archivu v Praze a věnuje se lenní problematice ve středověku a v raném novověku, zejména karlštejnské manské soustavě ( firstname.lastname@example.org).