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Fridrich Falcký. Foreigner imprisoned in a Winter Kingdom.
Sahulová, Michaela ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
The main topic of the Bachelor thesis called "Fridrich Falcký. A stranger in the captivity of the Winter kingdom." focuses on the personality of the Duke and Elector Palatine Frederick V., whose character and a specific way behavioral shaped the image of the "Winter King" among inhabitants of Prague at that time, as well as in the following centuries. Presented work has the ambition to formulate the importance of his personal during defense of the Bohemian Revolt, in the context of the policy of the Confederation of state lands of the Czech crown. Based on the historical source material is also trying to analyze the overall approach of Frederick Palatine to the question of Czech project unified states. Therefore, the research period is limited at between 1619-1620, i.e. from the king's election (August 1619) to the departure, after the Battle of White Mountain (November 1620). During processing the topic has been overstep in terms of time, specially in the analysis of the state in the Czech lands before the arrival of Frederick Palatine to Prague and then during the processing of the selectively probe of the image of the "winter king" in the Czech historical memory. The basis for the study of this topic was mainly Czech, but also German sources, pamphlet journalism and extanted personal...
Animals through the eyes of an early modern traveler
Řičář, Josef ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Beneš, Zdeněk (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the perception of animals through the eyes of an early modern noble man. These relationships are investigated on the basis of books of travels from this period, especially on the travel book by Kryštof Harant z Polžic a Bezdružic, which, in addition to portraying his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, also describes the surrounding nature and both exotic and well-known animals. In particular, the work focuses on the perception of animals as cultural symbols, but does also include the relationship with the everyday practice of travelers. Emphasis is also placed on the characteristics of the system of the classification of living organisms and on the sources of knowledge about nature in the intellectual tradition. It does not omit the view of the early modern man on the position of animals and people in contemporary hierarchies and their place in the image of the world in overall. This is also related to the interest in the identity of travelers and their values through which they see and explore the distant regions.
Festivities at the Court of the first Czech Habsburgs (1526-1619)
Kopřivová, Štěpánka ; Holý, Martin (advisor) ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (referee)
(in English): The aim of this bachelor thesis is to present, characterize and classify festivals in the courts of the first Czech Habsburgs (beginning with Ferdinand I. and ending with Matyáš II.) between 1526 and 1619. At the same time, the thesis focuses on the variability of these festivities in the given time horizon. Based on specific cases, the development of royal baptisms, crowning, weddings, royal entrances, and funerals is being monitored with regard to the time trends. The information sources of this bachelor thesis are mainly published and unpublished documents and thematically close Czech and also foreign literature.
On the Edge of the Military Society. Military Invalids, Deserters and Delinquents in the Imperial-Royal Army in the Seven Years' War
Švehelka, Ondřej ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Bělina, Pavel (referee) ; Petráň, Josef (referee)
This thesis concerns military invalids, deserters and delinquents in the Imperial-Royal Army during the Seven Years' War (1756-1763). Its essence lies in the research of documents originated from the activity of the Representations and Chambers, the supreme representative offices in Bohemia and Moravia. The elementary methodological approach comes from a positivist conception, therefore it interprets the information found within the sources as a story (in a certain sense of word) based on the reality which is recorded by them. The theoretical part is enhanced by the outcomes of study of auxiliary books called Elenchs that provide information even about such sources that have not been preserved till today. Thus, I try to answer the question to which extent it is still possible to use them. The main component of the work is formed by three chapters which are dedicated to particular categories of the military persons in an order stated above. Within them, I present the results of the source research that, in the case of the invalids, concern notably their economic security and utilization for the Habsburg Monarchy's war effort. The chapter about the military deserters continues my previous research and amends it (among else) with newly found facts within the sphere of the enlightened-absolutist...
Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov. Personality, work and afterlife
Matyášová, Josefína ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov. Personality, Work and Afterlife Abstract On the basis of archival sources and relevant secondary literature, the thesis explores the life of Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov, one of the best-known Czech historical figures of the latter half of the 16th and the beginning of the 17th century. The work focuses on the social, political, economic, administrative, and religious circumstances in the royal city of Kutná Hora, with which Dačický's life was closely related. With a view to preserved period sources, it outlines and recapitulates the accessible information about the famous swashbuckler, rioter, ruffian, killer, and drunkard who was also a prolific chronicler, poet, an ardently religious armorial burgher with unswayable moral views, and an 'eyewitness to the Czech Renaissance'. The found facts are contrasted with the 'second life' (afterlife) of Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov which was provided for him by the novelists and dramatists of the 19th and 20th century. His character, and especially his temperament outraged the citizens of Kutná Hora and inspired many modern authors of plays and TV dramas, novels, film scripts, and musical works for the stage (operetta, opera, and musical). In the field of food industry and restaurant culture, some interesting examples of his name being...
In the Track of Culture, Nature and Cognition. Foreign Journeys of Bohemian and Austrian Nobility in the Second Half of the 18th and at the Beginning of the 19th Centuries
Binder, Filip ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Županič, Jan (referee)
This thesis deals with selected foreign journeys of Czech and Austrian nobility in the second half of the 18th and at the beginning 19th centuries and their influences and impacts. In addition to the general passages devoted to the travelling of nobility from the 16th to the middle of the 18th centuries and to the expeditions carried out during the period under review, attention is paid to five persons who have been divided into three groups based on their activities influenced by experience gained in foreign countries. The first of the circuits is connected with creating of landscape parks inspired by the ideas of 18th -century philosophy and expeditions to Great Britain and German territory, where the first picturesque gardens appeared. The relationship between travel and landscaping of the second half of the 18th and early 19th centuries is illustrated by the example of Johann Rudolf Czernin of Chudenice and his parks in Krásný Dvůr, Jemčina, Chudenice and Petrohrad or Alois I. Josef of Liechtenstein, whose name is connected with the arrangement of Lednice-Valtice area. Scientific motivated journeys represent the second group. Leopold I. Berchtold of Uherčice, who collected his knowledge of medicine and actively helped others during his journeys, was chosen as a suitable representative. The...
Cult of personality and children's reader. The image of communist functionaries in magazines for children from 1948 to 1955
Hlaváčková, Alexandra ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Michela, Miroslav (referee)
(in English): This bachelor's thesis is focused on the manifestations of the cult of communist functionaries in Czechoslovakia between years 1948 and 1955, specifically on the cult of personality in children's magazines (Jiskry, Vlaštovička, Mateřídouška, Ohníček, Pionýr, Pionýrské noviny, Práce pionýrů). The thesis is namely about Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin, Klement Gottwald, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, Antonín Zápotocký and Zdeněk Nejedlý. The author used discourse analysis as a method. The research deals with the image of these individuals, with the facts of their lives that are presented as significant. The analysis points out attributes ascribed to these historical figures; there is sameness, but on the other hand there are also distinctions in the way of representing these politicians.
Albrecht von Wallenstein's dominions after 1618
Hamplová, Veronika ; Županič, Jan (advisor) ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (referee)
This thesis deals with the gradual territorial development of dominions held by Albrecht von Wallenstein not only as a direct owner but also as a feudal lord. A significant part of attention of this thesis is focused on studying of the administrative development of the duchy of Friedland and its specific status within the Czech lands. As the starting point the year 1618 was chosen, when the Bohemian revolt started. Thanks to its defeat Wallenstein got most of his estates. This thesis investigates gains not only within Bohemia but also describes the episodic tenure of duchy of Mecklenburg and the Silesian principalities.
Spanish Embassy in Prague under don Baltasar De Zúñiga (1608-1617)
Bardoňová, Martina ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Kubeš, Jiří (referee) ; Marek, Pavel (referee)
The present work is a contribution to the history of the Early modern diplomacy and early modern diplomatic practics. The subject of this work is the diplomatic misson of Baltasar de Zúñiga at imerial court (1608-1617). The study focuses on description of embassy functioning based on an analyses of official documents produced by the embassy itself, which were in several instances complemented by some of the documents produced by the Spanish governmental bureucracy such as, instructions, credentials, consultas or correspondence addressed to the hands of ambassador Baltasar de Zúñiga. As such, the present study is a kind of introspection, because it shows the functioning of a diplomatic mission from inside. The aim is to aswer the following questions. What part of the day-to-day work of a specific embassy could be seen, and controled by a sending government. How the chosen sources represent the basis of the Spanish policy in the Holy Roman Empire, the instruments used to increase the reputation of the Spanish king and the reputation of the ambassaror himself.

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