Zemepisná a cestopisná literatúra v šľachtickej knižnici Zičiovcov vo Voderadoch
|Klíčová slova||catalogues – travelogues – geographical literature – aristocratic libraries – aristocratic Ziči family – Voderady (Trnava district, Slovakia)|
|Typ článku||Recenzovaný článek|
|Citace||SAKTOROVÁ, Helena. Zemepisná a cestopisná literatúra v šľachtickej knižnici Zičiovcov vo Voderadoch. Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae – Historia litterarum. Praha: Národní muzeum, 2022, 67(1-2), 30–36. DOI: https://doi.org/10.37520/amnpsc.2022.005. ISSN 2570-6861 (Print), 2570-687X (Online). Dostupné také z: https://publikace.nm.cz/periodicke-publikace/acta-musei-nationalis-pragae-historia-litterarum/67-1-2/zemepisna-a-cestopisna-literatura-v-slachtickej-kniznici-ziciovcov-vo-voderadoch|
The Slovak National Archives in Bratislava contain a large manuscript catalogue of an extensive book collection formerly located in one of the numerous residences of the branched aristocratic family Ziči, namely in Voderady near Trnava. The manuscript catalogue, entitled Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecae Vedrodiensis 1894 [A Catalogue of the Books of the Voderady Library 1894], presents a library which, according to information from the 19th century, contained about 12,000 volumes. In the catalogue, the books are divided into 19 thematic groups: theological works and prayer books, linguistic publications, dictionaries and manuals, periodicals, works on arts and crafts, Hungarian novels and short stories, German and Italian novels and short stories, French novels and short stories, English novels and short stories, the works of literature of other European and domestic provenance as well as ancient classics in various editions, memoirs, historical works, geographical literature and travelogues, natural-science publications, works on sports, specialised works on horse breeding, works on economy, legal and political works, and prints referred to as special works.
This paper focuses on the thirteenth thematic group of the Voderady library, namely geographical literature and travelogues (Földrajz, Útleírás). This has been motivated by the fact that members of the Ziči family, the owners of the Voderady residence Jozef Ziči (1841–1924) and his brother Augustín (1852–1925), enjoyed not only travelling around Europe but also exploring distant exotic lands. Consequently, this group contains 717 registered titles, forming the largest group of the Voderady library.
The presented literature in Hungarian, French, English and German comprises a wide range of works including travelogues, atlases and maps, tourist guides, manuals and professional geographical publications of both domestic and foreign provenance.