Początki gospodarki folwarcznej w kompleksie zamkowym w Malborku i na terenie komturstwa malborskiego
The Development of Manor Farms (Folwarks) in the Malbork Castle Complex and in the Teutonic Kommende of Malbork
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Manor farms (folwarks) in the Teutonic Kommende of Malbork (initially, also a small number of farms in the Teutonic Kommende of Dzierzgoń from a subsequently annexed territory) developed after the establishment of Teutonic administration units in the discussed area: Teutonic Kommende, and later Vogtei, Procuratoria and smaller administrative units responsible for economic affairs, including forestry and fisheries offices. A characteristic feature of the Teutonic Kommende of Malbork, which was generally not encountered in other Teutonic lands, was that most demesne farms were situated in the headquarters of Vogt, Procurator and other Teutonic officers. They were important economic hubs which generated revenues not only for the Malbork Kommende, as well as centers of local Teutonic administration, in particular in the initial period of their existence.
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