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Aspecte privind organizarea administrativ-teritorială şi instituţională a comitatului Arad în secolul al XVIII-lea
[Some aspects of the administrative-territorial and institutional organization of Arad county in the eighteenth century]


  • Ghita, Eugen


The article offers a brief overview of the administrative-territorial organization and reorganization in the former county of Arad. Old medieval boundaries have known significant changes after the installation of Habsburg rule. Political, social and military reasons determined the imperial authorities to make several reorganizations of the area. Institutions were designed to ensure proper functioning of the county, but also contributed to the upgrade of the administrative structures on the Enlightenment spirit.

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  • Ghita, Eugen, 2011. "Aspecte privind organizarea administrativ-teritorială şi instituţională a comitatului Arad în secolul al XVIII-lea
    [Some aspects of the administrative-territorial and institutional organization of
    ," MPRA Paper 35181, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:35181

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    Arad County; Habsburg Empire; XVIIIth century; institutions; administration;

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    • N9 - Economic History - - Regional and Urban History

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