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Parish chronicles as a source of religious and social history using the example of commemorative books of parishes in the Velke Mezirici deanery.
Mrňa, Jaroslav ; Petráček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee) ; Novotný, Miroslav (referee)
PhDr. Jaroslav Mrňa Církevní a obecné dějiny 19. a 20. století Název disertační práce v anglickém jazyce: Parish chronicles as a source of religious and social history using the example of commemorative books of parishes in the deanery of Velke Mezirici. Abstrakt v anglickém jazyce: The parish chronicles in themself conceal next to unique link of the thoughts and activities of parish administrators, the administrative office of the authority given to them, also conceal valuable data from the life story of the parish itself. The dissertation thesis Parish chronicles as a source of religious and social history using the example of commemorative books of parishes in the deanery of Velke Mezirici deals with the problems of the existence of parish chronicles and their use of the modern historical work in the field of religious and social history. For the presentation of the testifying value of the source, of commemorative books of parishes in the deanery of Velke Mezirici were selected. After introductory criticism of sources and literature is followed a chapter dedicated to the view of the Christian perception of the history, the development of chronicles in the individual historical periods and the evaluation of the parish chronicle as a commemorative or office book, an artwork. It is followed by a section...
Relations of parish priests in Radonice vicarage from zhe years 1676/77
Zich, Leoš ; Hojda, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee)
(in English): The main aim of this diploma thesis is to bring an edition of so called reports of parsons (relationes parochorum) of Radonice vicarage from the years 1676/77. In connection with that the thesis describes the origin of this historical source and the territorial development of Radonice vicarage from 1630/31 to the year 1700. The rest of the thesis focuses on some partial aspects of the relation between parsons and their patrons (privat chapells, reports on non-catholics and public sinners, parish schools).
The Sovereign Confirmations of Chartres for Bohemian and Silesian Towns to 1420
Velička, Tomáš ; Hlaváček, Ivan (advisor) ; Pátková, Hana (referee) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee)
The present work deals with confirmations that have issued Bohemian kings and princes of Silesia to Bohemian or Silesian towns. The work is divided into five parts. The first deals with existing exploration and methodological inspiration that I subsequently used. The second chapter summarizes the findings regarding the process of confirmation documents - from motives of its release, through the process of the documents in the office during the procedure, to handing over the finished instrument beneficiaries and paying taxes. Then I deal with the various types of confirmations and also I discuss separately the observational charters. The third part is devoted confirmations for the Bohemian towns with regard to all documents which the royal towns received, published by Bohemian kings. The problems are discussed from the perspective of publishers and recipients, as well as the documents themselves (their content, form). The same shall apply also in the case of the fourth chapter, which deals with the same aspects of the Silesian towns and confirmations, which they were received. The final chapter summarizes the findings, which I reached on the previous pages. An important part of this thesis is a variety of reports and graphs to better perceive the immediate context and development trends. I also deal with...
The Libraries and Reader's Reception in the Early Humanism Period in Bohemia
Neškudla, Bořek ; Voit, Petr (advisor) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee) ; Hlaváček, Ivan (referee)
The dissertation looks into the book culture, book production and readership in the kingdom of Bohemia in early humanism. It explores the conditions of rise and reception of book printing in the kingdom of Bohemia. The mind-set of the Utraquist society, resistant to the influence from abroad, international isolation of the Utraquist Bohemia and the previous insignificant manuscript production proved to be the factors which failed to encourage the arrival of book printing in the country. The initial advancement of book printing was hesitant and could not to keep up with the more developed trade abroad. The Czech printing production related to the efforts of reformation to further enhance the moral status of the society soon turned to disseminating literature in the vernacular, yet often they were translated literature. The early Czech printed production however was affected by low quality and quantity of prints and was not of the significance declared by the previous generations of researchers. Personalities of the Catholic society were more inclusive about new ideas from abroad. In the contemporary society the Catholics were therefore the first ones to embrace book printing and also they were quicker in reception of humanism. The early humanist literature in Bohemia is related to the personality of...
Prague's archiepiscopal consistory in 1780-1790 (with a special view to its printed papers)
Jílková, Stanislava ; Hlaváček, Ivan (advisor) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee) ; Oppeltová, Jana (referee)
Ve své disertační práci s názvem Pražská arcibiskupská konsistoř v letech 1780 - 1790 (se zvláštním zřetelem k jejím tištěným písemnostem) se zabývám odrazem církevněpolitických (in publico-ecclesiasticis) a náboženských reforem císaře Josefa II. v tištěných písemnostech pražské arcibiskupské konsistoře v období let 1780-1790, uložených v Národním archivu v Praze ve fondu s názvem Archiv pražského arcibiskupství, jakož i dopadem těchto reforem na vlastní chod arcidiecéze, konsistoře a její kanceláře. Jako protiklad k těmto písemnostem jsem zvolila stručný rozbor papežských listin Pia VI. (1775-1799), adresovaných pražskému arcibiskupovi Antonínu Petru hraběti Příchovskému (1764-1793) a vyhotovených ve formě bul nebo breve. Základní přílohou mé disertace je Regestář všech tištěných konsistorních a vybraných ostatních písemností v náboženských a církevněpolitických záležitostech, vydaných za vlády Josefa II. (1512 záznamů). ABSTRACT In my thesis under the title of Prague's Archiepiscopal Consistory in 1780-1790 (with a Special View to Its Printed Papers) I deal with a reflection of the ecclesiastically-political (in publico-ecclesiasticis) and religious reforms of the Emperor Joseph II in the printed papers of the Prague's archiepiscopal consistory in 1780-1790 that are filed in the National archives...
Tradition of religion pilgrimage of laity. Processions and pilgrimages in the 17th century in South Bohemia based on vicarial statements.
Kuchta, Pavel ; Mikulec, Jiří (advisor) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee)
KUCHTA P., Tradition of religious pilgrimage of laity. Processions and pilgrimages in South Bohemia in 17th century based on vicarial statements. A degree work. Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, 2011, 66p. Work supervisor: Doc. PhDr. Jiří Mikulec Csc. Key words: baroque religiosity, vicarial statements, South Bohemia, pilgrimages, processions. The work deals with the traditions of pilgrimage related to the South Bohemian region at the turn of 17th and 18th centuries. Its main content is the probe into the answers to the 26th question of vicarial statements (the question concerns pilgrimages and processions). The discovered traditions are treated in relation to the liturgical year and religious life of the Roman Catholic Church in general. In the conclusion of the work there is outlined a wider context of pilgrimage in the very region including supraregional tendencies.
To the communication of the towns in the period before the Battle of the White Mount (The correspondence among New Town of Prague and some king's towns in the central part of Polabí)
Vojtíšková, Jana ; Hlaváček, Ivan (advisor) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee) ; Ledvinka, Václav (referee)
The submitted thesis aims to scan the written communication among the city councils of royal towns in the period before the Battle of the White Mount, particularly the correspondence among the New Town of Prague and Royal Towns in the Central Part of Polabí, explicitly Český Brod, Kolín, Kouřim, Kutná Hora and Nymburk. The research was based mainly on 20 town registers of the period and on the extant scripts which enabled me to set up both the communication process and particular agents. Thus we were offered the insight into the townhall, its offices, circumstances of the origin of missivs, we observed individual characters and institutions involved in the negotiation procedures. We came across the issue of messenger service mediating the delivery and last but not least we were concerned about receiving correspondence, its interpretation at the time and the content of discussed matters. Another issue we dealt with was the terminology ie. definition of written communication, diplomacy terminology, especially register issue defined as supplemental office book in publishers'offices containing the office scripts. The written communication of the perion represents just one component of wide range of ties occuring in the corporate society. The most significant role was represented by the city council the...
Chapters from old history of libraries in Kolín and its surrounding
Jouzová, Miroslava ; Hlaváček, Ivan (advisor) ; Pešek, Jiří (referee) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee)
The work gives a detailed presentation about occurrence of manuscripts as well as printed books and libraries in Kolín and its surrounding since the establishment of the town until the 18th century, if records about them were preserved, or they exist till now. Only a few records concerning the library culture were preserved from the early history of Kolín. Manuscripts were found in Dominican Monastery. Despite the first mentioning of separate books only in the 14th century, we may assume them already earlier - it concerns mainly donations of books to some altars of the Saint. Bartholomew's Church in Kolín. Richer occurrence is only recorded in the 16th century when we already have quotations of specific book titles in the records of Kolín burghers, or their private libraries are mentioned here. At his time books are not only copied in Kolín but also written; authors are burghers or local dean. 17th century then brings a message about a library on the Kolín presbytery, private libraries of Kolín deans and libraries of newly established monasteries in Kolín and Zásmuky. 18th century is not abundant in records about libraries because a book becomes an expensive property, its value goes down and records of Kolín burghers include descriptions of the library only rarely.
Chapters from old history of libraries in Kolín and its surrounding
Jouzová, Miroslava ; Hlaváček, Ivan (advisor) ; Pešek, Jiří (referee) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee)
The work gives a detailed presentation about occurrence of manuscripts as well as printed books and libraries in Kolín and its surrounding since the establishment of the town until the 18th century, if records about them were preserved, or they exist till now. Only a few records concerning the library culture were preserved from the early history of Kolín. Manuscripts were found in Dominican Monastery. Despite the first mentioning of separate books only in the 14th century, we may assume them already earlier - it concerns mainly donations of books to some altars of the Saint. Bartholomew's Church in Kolín. Richer occurrence is only recorded in the 16th century when we already have quotations of specific book titles in the records of Kolín burghers, or their private libraries are mentioned here. At his time books are not only copied in Kolín but also written; authors are burghers or local dean. 17th century then brings a message about a library on the Kolín presbytery, private libraries of Kolín deans and libraries of newly established monasteries in Kolín and Zásmuky. 18th century is not abundant in records about libraries because a book becomes an expensive property, its value goes down and records of Kolín burghers include descriptions of the library only rarely.
Heraldic and prosopographical analysis of two armorials from the family archives of Vratislavs from Mitrovice. With edition
Jeránková, Martina ; Hlaváček, Ivan (advisor) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee) ; Krejčík, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis focuses on scientifical elaboration of two heraldical manuscripts from the Vratislavs from Mirtrovice family archives in the village Dírná (Soběslav region). According to the village name, the manuscrips are known as the Armorials from Dírná in the profesional literature. They were laid aside a little bit because their existence was known only to a relatively narrow circle of specialists as they were kept far away from the research centres. Both books had never been observed in ligt of authorship, datation or analysis of their content. We are speaking about two paper manuscripts, inventary No. 56, sign. I B 9 and No. 58 sign. I B 10. They comprise 984 and 1358 painted coats-of-arms including name of the family beneath each picture. The codicological analysis enabled to identify authors of both armorials, i. e. Kryštof Vilém Harant from Polžice and Bezdružice (1617-1690) and Václav Ignác Vratislav from Mitrovice (1645-1728) and the epoque of their creation in the 1670's and 1680's. Further research proved the necessity of creating an electronical databases that enabled to work effectively with immense volume of data. Analysis of the content of armorials showed that they contain 961 family coats-of-arms. Those represent from the two thirds Czech noble families, the rest is aproximately in the same...

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