ブルノ条約 (1478年)

ブルノ条約(ブルノじょうやく)は、ハンガリー王マーチャーシュ1世の代表とボヘミア王ヴラジスラフ・ヤゲロンスキーの代表によって、ボヘミア・ハンガリー戦争英語版を終わらせるべく1478年3月に起草された条約。マーチャーシュ1世は条約を受け入れ、9月20日に条約に少し変更を加えてボヘミアの分割を定めた。条約ではヴラジスラフ・ヤゲロンスキーがモラヴィアシレジアルチツェをマーチャーシュ1世に割譲、ただしマーチャーシュ1世の死後には40万フォリントで買い戻せるとした。2人とも「ボヘミア王」の称号の使用を許可されたが、相手をボヘミア王と呼ぶ義務はマーチャーシュ1世にのみ課された。条約は翌年にオロモウツの和約として批准された[1]

脚注編集

  1. ^ Engel, p. 305. The division of the lands belonging to the Bohemian crown, which was made by the envoys of Mathias and Wladislas at Brno in March 1478, was accepted by the king of Hungary, with minor modifications, on 20 September. It was ratified by the two rulers on 21 July 1479 during the course of splendid festivities at Olomouc. According to the terms of the treaty, Wladislas was to retain the kingdom of Bohemia proper, while the greater part of the territory once ruled by the king of Bohemia, that is, Moravia, Silesia, and Lausitz, remained in Matthias's possession. Wladislas was entitled to redeem these domains for 400,000 florins after Matthias's death. Both rulers could use the title of king of Bohemia, but whereas Matthias was obliged to address his opponent as such, it was not to be the case the other way round. The peace treaty between Hungary and Poland had been signed somewhat earlier, on 2 April 1479, and thereafter until Matthias's death the three countries coexisted peacefully.

参考文献編集

  • Engel, Pál (translated by Tamas Palosfalvi). The Realm of St Stephen: A History of Medieval Hungary, 895-1526. I.B. Tauris, 2005. ISBN 1-85043-977-X.