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Polskie nazwy służebne związane z funkcjonowaniem i ochroną średniowiecznych szlaków komunikacyjnych
The article focuses on two different categories of Old Polish service peasants, which were connected with operating and maintaining medieval routes (roads) in the Polish state under the early Piast dynasty. The first question, discussed by the authors, refers to the Polish place name Czastary (Wieluń district), which seems to represent a service village, inhabited earlier by "road-workers" (Lat. stratifices) originally called *castari (< Proto-Slavic *cěstarjь, pl. *cěstarji). The seconddoi:10.14746/so.2016.73.9 fatcat:a2qw2xr5tzexti35obk5mnydq4