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The Comparison of Absolutist Forms of Government in Bavaria and Bohemia in 17th and 18th Centuries
Hrbek, Jiří
The regions, which was divided by mutual border since Middle Ages, have a lot of historical similarities and parallels. This study focused on the political resemblances between Bavaria and Bohemia in 17th and 18th centuries, in the period of absolutism. Above all we can see the relationship to Habsburg dynasty, which ruled hereditary in Bohemia. The Habsburgs concurrently were the Heads of Holy Roman Empire, which was important for Bavaria. The considerable similarities we can find in the internal politics as well: both the Habsburgs and the Wittelsbachs tried to marginalize the Diets and other representations of the estates for example.
The End of the Second Northern War in the Mirror of the Imperial Diplomacy. Franz Karl I. Liebsteinsky of Kolowrat and his Mediation of the Peace of Oliwa 1660.
Ansorgová, Kristýna ; Hojda, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Hrbek, Jiří (referee)
The aim of the bachelor work is to reconstruct the role of the Emperor's diplomat Franz Karl I. Liebsteinsky from Kolowrat in the peace talks in Oliva, which led to the end of the Polish-Swedish war, which took place between 1655 and 1660. For this purpose, the basic literature on the First Northern War is presented. Also the course of this conflict, from its causes to its consequences, with special consideration to the imperial side. Above that, the work presents general concepts of diplomacy and the development of imperial diplomacy in early modern times, especially in relation to the Poland. The work compares sources that exist, in general and are related to this topic with those available in selected Czech archives. Comparsion is aimed to explanation of theirs activities of imperial diplomats. The personalities of the ambassadors are presented on the basis of literature,published and unpublished sources, with the person of Franz Paul Lisola, considering into account his diplomatic career and with the person of Franz Karl of Kolowrat considering an overview of his life, his family and his career. Above all, the work is focused on the person of the second named, on his journey to Poland, and on his presence on the Polish court from the first audience with King and Queen, through the interim...
The baroque Waldsteine in Bohemia (1640-1740)
Hrbek, Jiří ; Maur, Eduard (advisor) ; Petráň, Josef (referee) ; Vlnas, Vít (referee)
My thesis describes the evolution of the Waldstein clan in the age of one hundred years after the Thirty Years War. Both termini which I have chosen (1640 and 1740) are not exactly kept because of logic of my constructions. I aspire to commit an integrated and compact view of activities of Waldstein clan, which belonged to an aristocratic class through its property, political power and an amount of social relations. It was one of the most famous and most powerful family structures in early modern Bohemia and in the whole Habsburg monarchy as well. My method combines a lot of approaches including biography (prosopography) and structure analysis. I want to inquire the relations between the Waldstein family and the changing social and political structures, in which they acted. The first part concerns stories of the personalities growing from the clan, their activities in the frame of early modern state and its administration. In the time of 17th and 18th centuries, this activity was connected with the fealty to the ruler and the service for the ruler was an essential assumption for making the career. As courtiers, diplomats and officers, the Waldsteine came up to expectations of their estate. The models of aristocratic careers I have related to the life cycle and I have described the making of...
Border disputes between Hevlín and Laa an der Thaya in the 16th and early 17th century (including edition of selected sources)
Krinková, Tereza ; Hrbek, Jiří (referee) ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor)
The presented diploma thesis tries to inspect one small border dispute that left a remarkable trace in history of the South Moravian village of Hevlín and the neighbouring Austrian market-town of Laa an der Thaya in the 16th and early 17th century.
Czech baroque coronations
Hrbek, Jiří ; Maur, Eduard (advisor) ; Hojda, Zdeněk (referee)
The Bohemian coronations in the baroque period certainly ranked among the most significant politi cal events in the entire Habsburg monarchy in the 17th and 18th centuries. In my study, I tried to compare the coronations of Ferdinand III. (1627), of his two sons Ferdinand IV. (1646) and Leopold I. (1656) and of Leopolďs son Charles Vl. (1723). I discussed four spheres, in which we can see these events. The first one was the political sphere: after the battle on the White Mountain, Bohemia became a hereditary monarchy, so it was never more necessary for Habsburgs to deal with the Bohemian estates, when the son of the King should be coronated. But the vote of the new king was only one limitation of the King's power, another limitations, which originated from the early modem political philosophy, continued further in the baroque period. There was no responsibility to the estates, but King was responsible to the God and to this effect he took an oath during the coronation mass before the unction. When the archbishop of Prague as a consecrator was pouring the holy oil with balsam ( chrisma) on the head of the King, he received the Goď s Grace like the jewish kings of the Old Testament (David, Salomon). The coronation connected the politics with the religion and only after the unction the King could receive the...

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