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The Lower Nobility in Towns and Market-Towns in the 17th and 18th Century
Chmelíř, Václav ; Mikulec, Jiří (advisor) ; Čechura, Jaroslav (referee) ; Ledvinka, Václav (referee)
Czech historiography pays an important degree of attention to the nobility in towns, especially in connection with palaces in land metropolises. We find noblemen in various towns - big towns and market-towns. A nobleman did not just own a seat there, many nobleman allied different passages of their lives with a town surrounding. Some places turned into a home for numerous groups of higher-state members. This study examines the seven towns and market-towns in Western and Central Bohemia. It is possible to rank the most of the nobleman there as the lower nobility, from the titular and property point of view. This study addresses the important issues: seated nobleman as town-community member and residences of such a nobleman. The nobleman had to submit to certain norms and authorities. There were the municipal law documents, land law documents and privileges amongst. Will of offices, land lords and town councils varied in its extent. Members of the town councils represented only a part of municipal community. A nobleman was connected with them and other town inhabitans with different relations. Nobleman's relationship to public places varied. The character of town residences varies with country seats. Real estates were mostly subjected to certain competencies of town councils and obliged to perform different...
The Development of Reading in Hearing-Impaired Children of a Young School Age
Lipská, Klára ; Hádková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Chmelíř, Václav (referee)
This diploma work is aimed at relation between hearing impairment at the age of primary school children and their development of reading. On the base of the found information I tried to project some kind of methodical material for teaching how to read with comprehension and then to verify it in practice. This methodical material includes the text called Me Baryk (Já Baryk) written by František Nepil in both - the original, and the one after the modification, instruction for a teacher how to work with it and a worksheet. The most important part of methodical material is a CD with Introduction, Modified text and Vocabulary translated into sign language. Verifying in practice was realized with children with hearing impairment from the fifth grade of primary school and the necessity of continuation in making further and similar materials like this was stressed. By means of the sign language the children can understand the meaning of the text, comprehend the line of the plot and the context of the story. Using the sign language is some kind of an effective bridge how to motivate and lead the children with hearing impairment to read in Czech.
Lower nobility in the towns and market-towns of the central Pilsen region in 17th and 18th century
Chmelíř, Václav ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Mikulec, Jiří (referee)
The central Pilsen region is the useful example to study the lower nobility in 17th and 18th century. Some sources are well preserved in few towns in the region. The lowest nobility settled in royal towns (Plzen, Rokycany) and liege market-towns (Dobrany, Mesto Touškov, Všeruby). Different origins of this gentles constitute the most visible differences between this types of towns. In the royal towns, the main group of nobility was formed by commons with blazon and plain peerage. In the most cases, the nobility of higher states left till the middle of 17th century. During 17th and 18th century, the privilege of Pilsen constitutes a possibility to become a estate-owner in the Bohemian Kingdom. There was a particular lower nobility group in some of previously mentioned market towns. A presence of small estates in their neighborhood affected them to a significant extent. Their disappearance was the main reason, why lower nobility left Dobrany. On contrary, Všeruby and Mesto Touškov held their lower nobility during that age. The sources indicate a possible connection of discussed, in fact, foreign element in a liege society of market-towns to agriculture and brewing. The nobility tried to keep their privileges, but they had to submit to the legal system of liege property eventually. Part of local commons was...

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