1977
DOI: 10.2307/2595178
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Aspekte der Bevolkerungsentwicklung in den nordischen Landern, 1720-50.

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“…The old birth nobility lost all political rights, but they were allowed to keep their status of nobility. The King, however, soon degraded the relative value of this status considerably in two ways: firstly, by gradually opening up the right to purchase noble land, entailing economic and judicial privileges, to non-nobles, 22 and secondly, by creating a rank order where people of birth nobility without public office were relegated to the bottom, with a lot of non-noble royal servants ranking above them. 23 If the birth nobility wanted to improve their rank, they had to go into royal service or buy a title, which many of them did.…”
Section: The King As Supreme Patronmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The old birth nobility lost all political rights, but they were allowed to keep their status of nobility. The King, however, soon degraded the relative value of this status considerably in two ways: firstly, by gradually opening up the right to purchase noble land, entailing economic and judicial privileges, to non-nobles, 22 and secondly, by creating a rank order where people of birth nobility without public office were relegated to the bottom, with a lot of non-noble royal servants ranking above them. 23 If the birth nobility wanted to improve their rank, they had to go into royal service or buy a title, which many of them did.…”
Section: The King As Supreme Patronmentioning
confidence: 99%