Anna Franciszka Zamoyska, née Gnińska as protectress – scope of research
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Studies on female patronage in the 17th and 18th centuries / edited by Bożena Popiołek, Urszula Kicińska, Anna Penkała-Jastrzębska, Agnieszka Słaby. - Kraków : Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego, 2019. - S. -260
Subject:Anna Franciszka Zamoyska
patronage of feminine
women in politics
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In the 18th century, more and more popular it became embracing management of the ordination of the widowed women, who thus wanted to secure the property for posterity. One example is the action of Anna Franciszka Zamoyska, née Gnińska who after the death of her husband, treasurer Marcin Zamoyski, managed for several years ordination Zamoyska until adulthood son. At this time built around themselves a strong party, which enabled her to maintain ordination and boost their own political plans. She became at that time a strong protector, and her actions are part of growing up patronage of feminine at this time.