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The Economic and Financial Policy of Ferdinand I. in Bohemia
Chmelař, Jiří ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Knoz, Tomáš (referee) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
Jiří Chmelař The Economic and Financial Policy of Ferdinand I. in Bohemia Abstrakt v anglickém jazyce The economic and financial policy of early modern state influences its military and foreign policy, cultures and other life's aspects of its inhabitants. Ferdinand's accession to the throne meant turning point at the above mentioned aspects. It would be highly simplified to mark year 1526 just as a change of ruling dynasty. Ferdinand I., the second son of Jane who was Spanish heiress and Philip who was Burundian ruler, learned advanced administration and at first he started to apply it in Austria after death of his grandfather Maximilian I. After his election victory he started to apply it also in the Kingdom of Bohemia. In 1522 the Blood Judgment in Vienna showed King's tolerance with separation of powers and his conception of solution of a dispute with liege people. The king's authority was weak in the Kingdom under the Jagiellonian rule. Most of power was in hands of few elites and there was tension between aristocracy and king's towns because of economy (brewing) and political power. Since 1490 Jagiellonian kings had governed from Buda in Hungary and had visited Kingdom of Bohemia rare. The last king named Louis II. deceased during the battle of Mohács in 1526. Although Jagiellonian dynasty and House of...
Credit policy of Maxmilian II. (1564-1576) with special view to Bohemia
Chmelař, Jiří ; Šimek, Eduard (referee) ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor)
The Credit Policy of Maximilian II. (1564 - 1576) with special view to Bohemia is an overlooked theme. A1so whole personality of the emperor is in the shadow ofhis more known relations, the father Ferdinand 1. and the son Rudolf II. A last work, which was specialized in an economic and a credit policy, is over sixty years oldo Therefore I have to use foreign studie s, which are linked with the intemational project named A Financial and Economic Policy of the first Habsburgs. I have chosen this theme, because I had written a study about the king's credit policy in 1574 and 1575 in 2005. This study is divided into five parts, An Introduction, The Survey of Sources and Literatures, The Financial and Economic Policy, The Campaign in 1566, Eliška z Landštejna na Tuchorazi and Magdalena z Brodějovic as Examples of Creditors. The first expert chapter is The Financial and Economic Policy. In this issue I would like to introduce an administration of Maximilian' s revenues and expenses. I have given consideration to offices and officers, chamber' s possessions, credits, fiscal systems in the second part of the XVI.th century, a phenomenon of loan. I would like to give notice of elaborate lists of loans and creditors and a new detected chamber's instruction at 12. January 1571. The second chapter is based on a...
Court case Catherine Karygk versus Prague New Town
Benďáková, Alena ; Chmelař, Jiří (referee) ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor)
Catherine Karygk conducted lawsuits against Prague New Town, which lasted more than twenty years and were related to the problems with the people from Svejpravice. She inherited land in the villages of Svejpravice, Chvaly, Babice and Lhota. However, Svejpravice was a holding of the Prague New Town, which was confirmed by an Imperial Charter by King George of Poděbrady, Vladislav of Jagello and Ferdinand I. Although this village was under the administration of the New Town Council, private persons also owned land there and one of them was Catherine Karygk. She repeatedly filed suits against several people in this village who caused damage to her property. Another problem was the suit for the village of Svejpravice itself as it appears from available documents that the Prague New Town laid claim to a bigger part of the village than was in its holding. The cause of these disputes was the removal of boundary-stones marking the plots of the different owners and the absence of marker stones which would show the location of the removed boundary-stones. Numerous and repeated complaints by Mrs. Catherine show that Prague New Town either did not take much note of them or that their subjects did not respect the decision of the New Town Council and Chamber Court. Most lawsuits were conducted in the 1660's when Mrs....
The Turkish danger and Czech countries in the early modern period
Potůček, Jan ; Chmelař, Jiří (referee) ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor)
The diploma thesis is dedicated to an unusual and extremely interesting issue in the Czech history. It concerns the Turkish danger in the Czech lands from the second half of the 15th to the beginning of the 17th century. The topic gains significance also due to the contemporary encounters of the West and the Muslim world.
Credit policy of Maxmilian II. (1564-1576) with special view to Bohemia
Chmelař, Jiří ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Šimek, Eduard (referee)
The Credit Policy of Maximilian II. (1564 - 1576) with special view to Bohemia is an overlooked theme. A1so whole personality of the emperor is in the shadow ofhis more known relations, the father Ferdinand 1. and the son Rudolf II. A last work, which was specialized in an economic and a credit policy, is over sixty years oldo Therefore I have to use foreign studie s, which are linked with the intemational project named A Financial and Economic Policy of the first Habsburgs. I have chosen this theme, because I had written a study about the king's credit policy in 1574 and 1575 in 2005. This study is divided into five parts, An Introduction, The Survey of Sources and Literatures, The Financial and Economic Policy, The Campaign in 1566, Eliška z Landštejna na Tuchorazi and Magdalena z Brodějovic as Examples of Creditors. The first expert chapter is The Financial and Economic Policy. In this issue I would like to introduce an administration of Maximilian' s revenues and expenses. I have given consideration to offices and officers, chamber' s possessions, credits, fiscal systems in the second part of the XVI.th century, a phenomenon of loan. I would like to give notice of elaborate lists of loans and creditors and a new detected chamber's instruction at 12. January 1571. The second chapter is based on a...
Reconstruction of apartment block
Chmelař, Jiří ; Hudec, Mojmír (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the project documentation of the reconstruction of sewing company in Zlín. Contemporary storey house will increased of one storey. In new storey will created five housing units. Space of sewing company will reduction and instead of will created housing unit and office. Next to the house is courtyard. On the courtyard will constructed gallery for entry to the housing units in second storey.
detached house
Chmelař, Jiří ; Šuhajdová, Eva (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
In bachelor thesis is elaborated project documentation for building detached house. Detached house has two floors and partially basement. Vertical structures are made of sand-lime brick systém KM Beta Sendwix. Ceiling construction are made of precast prestressed concrete panels Spiroll Prefa Brno. The roofs construction is flat. The roof over the first floor is green and serving as terrace. In first floor is located day part of house. Rest part of house is located in second floor. In basement is technical background.

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