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Church regulations in practice on the example of chosen female monasteries of Czech lands at the turn of the Middle Ages and Early Modern Era
Hejdová, Tereza ; Zdichynec, Jan (advisor) ; Hlaváčková, Jarmila (referee)
The diploma thesis is devoted to the abbess focusing on her spiritual and secular duties, on the powers in the administration of the convent and in the care of the nunnery property at the turn of the late Middle Ages and Early Modern Era. For describing the ideal conception of the post of the abbess the study uses legislative regulations of various levels: the statutes and rules of women's contemplative and mendicant religious orders as welll as the decrees of the Council of Trent. On the example of three selected women's monasteries of three different orders - the Benedictine convent of St. George at Prague Castle, the Cistercian nunnery in Pohled, the monastery of the Poor Clares in Panenský Týnec - illustrates how the real influence of the Mother Superior differs from the ideal one. The text is based on an exploration of the written archival materials of the monasteries, from which were selected individual cases, that illustrate what the abbess had to deal with. According to the regulations, the authority for solution disputes inside the convent should be the Prague Archbishop, the King of Bohemia and his officers on property matters, but the archival sources show that secular and ecclesiastical law was very often intertwined. The most frequent sources for the diploma thesis were letters written...
The assets od the Poor Clare Monastery in Panenský Týnec since its founding until the beginning of the 17th century
Hejdová, Tereza
The article describes the properties, which belonged to the convent of Poor Clares in Panenský Týnec from the time of its founding to the first third of the 17th century. Information are found in documents, that are deposited in the National Archive, from the liber citationum, from the Land tables and marginal from the literature. The article describes selected property disputes, which abbess of the convent in Panenský Týnec led with secular lords, convent subjects or with priests and chaplains.
Monastery of Poor Clares in Panenský Týnec from the foundation to the end of the independent existence
Hejdová, Tereza ; Zdichynec, Jan (advisor) ; Zilynská, Blanka (referee)
The work The Convent of Poor Clares in Panenský Týnec maps the history of the female convent since its beginning in the end of 13th century until the year 1782, when the monastery was abolished by the reforms of the Joseph II. The focal point of the text lies in the processing of archival sources, primarily the missives of the abbesses and the responses to the different personalities on them. These materials were divided by the source-analyse into the property matter and the ecclesiastical service. These processed circuits the work tries to bring into the wider historical context. Marginally the text concerns also the unfinished convent temple, which attracts attention by its magnificence and because of him became a township Panenský Týnec very famous tourist and "esoteric" locality in the present. The bachelor's work devotes also the second live of the convent in the regional literature. It processes work of Václav Beneš Třebízský and in the particulars is demonstrated, that the writer, who is considered as the author of the historical prose, uses the monastery with its history only for the free inspiration.
The Image of Jan Hus in the Early Modern Czech Literature
Hejdová, Tereza ; Andrlová Fidlerová, Alena (advisor) ; Škarpová, Marie (referee)
The work The Image of Jan Hus in the Early Modern Czech Literature tries to map different ways of description of this Czech preacher in selected literary texts from 15th to 18th century, to capture the changes which his image underwent. The chosen authors come from different countries and use different languages, represent different environments, social classes and opinion groups, they also have different education and religion. Individual literary works were assessedby means of comparing the key episodes that are either repeated in the texts, or the author intentionally did not use them. To understand the image of Jan Hus as a whole, also contemporary iconography was taken into account , which in some cases has been taken from other literary texts than those which were compared, so that the image of Hus whereas complete as possible. The comparison of the texts and iconography showed, how accurate the observation of the described scheme was and how the image of Jan Hus was gradually changing. The combination of written and iconographic material from specific time intervals allowed us to observe the gradual change of conceptions of the personality of Jan Hus and events connected with him, because the authors represent the opinion of their ethnic group and time. The image of Jan Hus is therefore very...

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