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The Žďárští of Žďár. The history of aristocrats' family in Kladno region
Fridrich, Hynek ; Kostlán, Antonín (referee) ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is family history of Central Bohemian, Kladno or catholic line of the family of Žďárší of Ždár. The family belonged to lower nobility and was using title of knights. Knights Žďárský of Ždar came from western part of Bohemia from Doupov region (North East of well know town of Karlovy Vary). Their main residence was gothic fortress and later renaissance chateau in Žďár close to small town Doupov. The family belonged into great Bohemian house of Janovic part of which was also important and powerful lords of Kolovrat, lords of Janovice, lords of Vimperk and knights families of Zručský of Chřenovice and Čejka of Olbramovice and Dvořecký of Olbramovice. First written resources about Žďárský appeared already in 1295, when he is mentioned in one of the papers as a witness "Stanizlaus de Zar". It is certain, that family is even older. From 1300 - 1500 the family grew significantly, but continue to reside in the area of Doupov where they resided in only few fortresses. During 15th century there were formed four family lines. One of them died out already in 16th century, two other ones died out in 17th century and the last one continues until today in Germany. Under the name of Sahrer von Sahr von Shönberg. In the first part of 15th century the family was made known by Jan Šmikouský of Ždár,...

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