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Testaments and Survivorship Inventories of Prague Jews until the Half of 19th Century
Krákora, Tomáš ; Šedinová, Jiřina (referee)
The rigorous thesis Testaments and Survivorship Inventories of Prague Jews until the Half of 19th Century deals with the testamentary practice of Prague inhabitants of Jewish descent. It recapitulates outcomes of the research of jewish books of testaments which arose from the office of the King's Prague Old Town during the period 1681-1850 and nowadays are doposited in the collection of manuscripts of Prague City Archives. The thesis incorporates partial studies presented during the previous university education - both undergraduate and graduate. Two of manuscripts that were not presented yet (the book of testaments from years 1773-1784 written in Hebrew and the book of inventories from years 1773-1783) are newly included into the research project. Theoretic section introducing mainly the historical context (for instance history of Jews in the Czech Lands; last wills in the Jewish tradition; Jewish testamentary practice in the Czech Lands; boroughs of Prague; legal regulations etc.) is followed by the practical section (presentation of concrete historical documents). All seven manuscripts are analysed both from formal and contentual points of view. Synoptic tables are attached at the very end of the paper. Keywords: Jews, Prague, early modern period, late modern period, manuscripts, testaments,...
Testamentary Practice of Prague Jews Based on Analysis of the Books of Testaments from 1681-1850.
Krákora, Tomáš ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Šedinová, Jiřina (referee)
This diploma thesis, entitled "Testamentary Practice of Prague Jews Based on Analysis of the Books of Testaments from 1681-1850," deals with the Jewish books of testaments which arose from the office of the King's Prague Old Town during the years 1681 and 1850 and nowadays are deposited in Prague City Archives. The text relates to conclusions presented by previous bachelor thesis and its main aim is the analysis of Jewish last wills from years 1773- 1850 from various points of views - for instance typology of records, testators, language, contents and other. Also analysis of chosen records are attached to the practical section of the work - last wills and related writings of Abraham Offner, Philipp Eidlitz and Löwi Gisternitz are introduced. Collected datas are consequently compared with facts extracted from Jewish books of testaments from years 1681-1773. Detailed summary, diagrams, as well as the photographic attachment are the integral part of the text. Keywords: Jews, Prague, early modern period, manuscripts, testaments, testator, last wills, Abraham Offner, Philipp Eidlitz, Löwi Gisternitz
The Jewish books of testaments since the end of the 17th to the middle of the 18th century
Krákora, Tomáš ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Šedinová, Jiřina (referee)
The thesis deals with the Jewish books of testaments which arose in Prague during the years 1681-1756 and 1740-1773 and are placed in Prague City Archives. Emphasis is given to last wills in the Jewish tradition, Jewish testamentary practice in the Czech lands and especially to the typological and contentual analysis of individual wills.

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