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Bundesland:Steiermark
Titel:Malta Stanchova
Autor/Ersteller:Karastoyanov, Dimitar Anastasov
Schlagwort:Clothing
Schlagwort:Personal Names
Schlagwort:Social Stratification
Schlagwort:Kinship
Beschreibung:Half length portrait of a young woman in urban clothes. She is resting her left arm on an upholstered chair.
Beschreibung:Malta Stanchova was the sister of Poliksenia Stanchova. Poliksenia was married to Stefan Stambolov in 1888. Stefan Stambolov (1854 - 1895) was a Bulgarian politician, a deputy at the Bulgarian Founding Assembly of 1879, Vice Chairman and later Chairman of the Bulgarian Parliament. In 1886 Stambolov became Regent until the proclamation of Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha as Knyaz of the autonomous Principality of Bulgaria in 1887. He was also Prime Minister for seven years (1887 - 1894). Stambolov was assassinated in July 1895.
Verleger:Southeast European History and Anthropology, Institute of History, University of Graz
Beitragender:Austrian Science Fund (FWF): P 22104-G18
Beitragender:Anelia Kassabova
Objekttyp:Image
Objekttyp:DigitalObject
Identifikationsnummer:http://hdl.handle.net/11471/505.20.1538
Ist Teil von:http://gams.uni-graz.at/vase
Digitales Objekt - Webseite:http://gams.uni-graz.at/o:vase.298
Digitales Objekt - Thumbnail:http://gams.uni-graz.at/o:vase.298/IMAGE.1
Verbundene Objekte:Visual Archive of Southeastern Europe
Rechte:Resource licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0
Rechte:http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
Quelle:Научен архив на Българската академия на науките, Ф. 19К, оп. 2, а.е. 42-1
Räumlicher Bezug:Bulgaria
Zeitlicher Bezug:1892 after
Datenlieferant:University of Graz
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OAI Archiv:GAMS
OAI Sammlung:GAMS
OAI Sammlung:GAMS:VASE
OAI Interne ID:GAMS:VASE/HDL11471505201538
OAI Datum:2022-02-14T11:20:59Z

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