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Changes of settlement structures of Hořovice region in middle ages
Taibl, Pavel ; Štefan, Ivo (advisor) ; Hasil, Jan (referee)
The aim of the bachelor work is a basic settlement-historic settlement pattern characteristic of changes Horovitz region from 6th to 15th century. Emphasis is placed on archaeological receivable transformation of rural settlements and the network of central sites. The starting point is the evaluation of surface collections, detector and geophysical survey and archaeological excavations of a medieval settlement on the land village Suchomasty (district Beroun), which took place 2010. Besides the analysis of the transformation of the residential complex work provides a basic idea of the development of ceramic production in this unprospect region. Knowledge of the wider context of settlement is based on a search of existing archaeological activities and analytical surface collections in selected areas in which students were involved ÚPA FF UK. Reviews of written sources is partly based on the upcoming work by dr. D. Kalhous. Findings of the study are compared with the existing concept of transformation of rural settlements in the Czech Kingdom. Key words middle ages, Horovitz region, settlement structure, ceraramic findings, settlements, hillforts, medieval transformation
Communication systems between Prague and south Bohemia in Middle ages. Passage across the river Berounka in the Humenská tract.
Štochl, Daniel ; Klír, Tomáš (advisor) ; Štefan, Ivo (referee)
The present BA thesis examines the terrain relicts in the area of Humenská (the cadastral area Jíloviště). The concerned relicts were identified as road relicts. Results of a geodetic survey of the relicts were connected with research of the historical settlement in the area of the village Jíloviště. The relicts were identified as material remnants of the so-called Bechyně road mentioned by the chronicler Kosmas. One part of the thesis treats old roads, including a more detailed discussion of the issue of localizing the Bechyně road.
Forming and development of towns in Romain Britain in 2. and 3. century
Petrášová, Lucia ; Musil, Jiří (advisor) ; Bouzek, Jan (referee)
This work deals with the Roman civilian settlements which began to emerge in the province of Britannia following its establishment in mid-first century. In the introduction the work describes the characteristic features of these settlements and their functions. The first chapter gives an overview of the different types of towns and their administrative establishment. In following chapters, the work deals with the town defences, private and public buildings and amenities, including religious buildings which were part of the towns. The work describes their type, design and development in general and also examples of these structures in most important locations.
The Burial Rite of Knoviz Culture in Bohemia
MIKLOVÁ, Vendula
The purpose of this thesis is to analyse in detail the burial rite of Knovíz Culture in Bohemia. The thesis focuses on religion, uniformisation of the burial rite, tumuli and flat graves, grave goods and burial rites. Special attention is paid to finds of human skeletons or body parts in settlements. Certain criteria are followed and compared in the prepared database of sites with the occurrence of human skeletons or their parts.
Information System Proposal
Výmola, Petr ; Šmerda, Jiří (referee) ; Koch, Miloš (advisor)
Because of a growing number of services offered by the Masaryk University to its students, and because of the ever-changing legislation of the Czech Republic, a need for an implementation of a new information system, capable of processing payments for university’s services, has arisen. The goal of this thesis is to analyse the current condition of payments at the university, consider users’ demands, choose an appropriate information system and project its implementation. It is utterly necessary to keep the costs of implementation at acceptable levels and above all the system must be able to be operated without the need for new employees. The proposed system must be universal because of various natures of services offered and goods sold, as well as it must be efficient. It is required that the system will be able to handle the growth of both number of clients and provided services.
Impacts of Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip on the development of Israeli-Palestinian relations
Pešková, Sára ; Havlová, Radka (advisor) ; Novotná, Yvona (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to analyse the impact of the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza in 2005. This work is divided into two parts, theoretical and empirical. The first part deals with selected issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by 2005, such as historical landmarks, especially the first Israeli-Arab war and the Six Day War, the international legal status of Gaza, on which a consensus did not exist and policy of the Jewish settlements. The practical part is specifically dedicated to the process of withdrawal and its impact on Israeli-Palestinian relations, especially on the economic situation and the lives of Palestinians in Gaza. Important attention is paid to the current situation of bilateral relations and the future of the Gaza Strip. The work is supplemented by pictorial documentation, selected UN resolutions and statistical data.
Typology of Urban Tissues Identified in Slovak Cities
Závracká, Andreja ; Komrska, Jan ; Moučka, Jan
The research project 1995 – 1996 was granted by RSS - Research Support Scheme, HESP - Higher Education Support Programme grant RS/HESP/1074/693/1995. A typology of "urban tissues" was developped. The "urban tissues", are middle-sized parts of the city, homogenous in their main quantitative characteristics - i.e. intensity of land use (COS, CES) and built-form height, defined in average number of stories (ANS, VyHL). The typologies were edevelopped fot both the collection of Slovak urban tissues identified by Faculty of Architecture in Bratislava research, and for a collection of Western Europe urban tissues.
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Uplatnění zeleně při humanizaci sídel venkovského typu: Analýza současného stavu modelových obcí
Výzkumný ústav okrasného zahradnictví v Průhonicích ; Dostál, Josef ; Bouček, Zbyněk
Analýza současného stavu (1992) v obcích Ostrovačice, Chorušice, Lužec nad Vltavou, Vysoká a Želiv. U každé obce jsou uvedeny širší vztahy, demografická situace, jeho vývoj a charakter současného stavu, stav zeleně, funkční členění území, dopravní situace a technická vybavenost. Analýza je podkladem pro návrhy změn.
Israeli Settlements on Occupied Territories. A Problem of Israeli Domestic and International Politics
Janeček, Pavel ; Dvořáková, Vladimíra (advisor) ; Prorok, Vladimír (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focusing on the problem of Israeli settlements built on the occupied Palestinian territory. The main question is to which extend do these Israeli settlements support the internal and external integrity of the State of Israel The focus of this work is in the analysis of the role of the settlements. This is done both of historical point of view also in respect to Zionism, and considering the questions related to typology of the settlements, mechanism of getting the land and from the point of view of the internal political relationships including the international law. As well as taking into account the motivation of the settlers. The analysis confirmed, that the security and geopolitical situation of the State of Israel is so complex, that there is no simple and noncontroversial solution. Nevertheless, it is obvious the existence of the settlements is necessary for Israeli internal security despite all the negatives.
The Role of Settlements in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Hledík, Vojtěch ; Havlová, Radka (advisor) ; Novotná, Yvona (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the influence of the settlements on the peace process. It views the settlements as one of the problematic points of the permanent status. It also tries to outline the possibilities of future development of this problem regarding present situation. First part of the thesis presents historic moments that are important for this issue. The second part offers different views of the structure of settlements in the West Bank. The third part deals with the legal dimension of settlements, local administration, and the land-seizure methods. The fourth part is about political representation of the settlers, and also about anti-settler movements. The last part defines settlements as an obstacle in the peace process, and deals with perspectives of future disengagement possibilities.

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