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Ancient Jewellery of Central Asia and its relations to the Jewellers' art of Ancient Mediterranean
Belaňová, Petra ; Dufková, Marie (referee) ; Charvát, Petr (referee)
Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy nám. Jana Palacha , 6 8 Praha IČ: 6 8 DIČ: CZ 6 8 Jed á se o rigoróz í práci, která je uz a ou diplo ovou či disertač í prací. Děkuje e za pochope í.
Settlement dynamics in Tokharistan of the High Medieval Period and its causes
Damašek, Ladislav ; Stančo, Ladislav (advisor) ; Charvát, Petr (referee)
(in English): The main goal of this thesis is to explain settlement development and its dynamics in mountain and piedmonts regions of Kugitang and Baysuntau ranges, southern Uzbekistan, in the High Middle Ages, as well as to evaluate archaeological material gathered by Czech- Uzbek expedition in 2014-2018. The data in question is set in historical and archaeological framework. The thesis contains evaluation of methods and of informative value of the given material. Furthermore, the previous research in region is evaluated and its results thoroughly revised. The complete list of both formerly and newly known sites in researched region has been created. Finally, settlement dynamics and factors that could influenced it are discussed and evaluated.
"Djemevi" - Houses of Assembly of Alevis in Turkey
Vytejčková, Kateřina ; Procházka, Lubomír (advisor) ; Charvát, Petr (referee) ; Jakoubková Budilová, Lenka (referee)
The subject of this work are houses of assembly - cemevi at Alevis in Turkey. The current Alevis follow on from the so - called Kizilbash (Qizilbash), who lived in the territory of the Ottoman Empire and the teachings of the mystical order of Bektashi, which was associated with the Ottoman Empire and the corps of Janissaries. Contemporary Alevism (alevilik), understood either as a religion or as a culture, is a product of the 20th century. Cemevi is a house where Alevis gather to conduct their own rituals. Modern day cemevi serves as multifunctional religious and cultural center where besides the rituals, teaching takes place and funerals are conducted. In this work I pursue the development of houses of assembly, deriving their terminology from two main sources - the form of the Bektashi ritual space (meydan) and from the village architecture of the Alevis populated areas. Today's cemevi is not only an architectural phenomenon but also a political problem, so I reflect on the Alevis' struggle to equate it with other sanctuaries and describe the focus of Alevis' roots, which in most cases initiate the construction of the cemevi. The appea- rance of the cemevi buildings, taking into account the available budget, is influenced by the perception of Alevism of their builders. Part of this work is field...
The Theological and Comparative Religious Aspects of the Scholarly Dispute ,,Babel-Bibel"
Sýkorová, Jitka ; Charvát, Petr (advisor) ; Nosek, Bedřich (referee) ; Bándy, Juraj (referee)
This dissertation thematically belongs to the field of "History of Science and Scholarly Knowledge" with significant reach to theology and exegesis. It concerns the dispute of whether the annunciated text of the Old Testament was in all respects original or if it in some respects followed the traditions of ancient Near Eastern civilizations, particularly the Sumero-Akkadian one. The purpose of this thesis is to introduce the fundamental information on the "Babel-Bibel" dispute to the Czech scholarly community for the very first time. The dissertation includes an analysis of the course and consequences of the dispute as well as a discussion of the impact of Oriental scholarship on Old Testament exegesis.
The Tel Arad Sanctuary in the Light of New Archaeological Evidence. The Latest Cultic Findings form the Kingdom of Judah.
Moulis, David Rafael ; Čapek, Filip (advisor) ; Charvát, Petr (referee) ; Chalupa, Petr (referee)
The presented thesis focuses on the comparison of the Tel Arad sanctuary with other Judean archeological sites (Beersheba, Lachish, Khirbet Qeiyafa, Tel Moza, Tel Halif), where an archaeological evidence of cultic places from the Iron Age IIa-b was found. A realistic reconstruction of the Arad and the Judean cults in the light of the latest findings was possible only after a research of epigraphic materials from Kuntillet Ajrud, Khirbet el-Qom and Khirbet Beit Lei. The thesis also analyzes the smaller cultic artefacts which are connected to the popular religion. The first evidence of the Judean cult dates back to the late 11th or early 10th century B.C.E. and was found in Khirbet Qeiyafa. Nevertheless, most of the findings are from the official legitimate and illegitimate cultic sites of the 8th century B.C.E. In the end, they were canceled by different rendition (e.g. they were abandoned, dismantled or buried under the layer of earthen fill). Many of the archaeological sites are still under excavation, which means, that the collection of the material culture is going to be larger and significantly more varied. We can use these artifacts to reconstruct and understand ancient Judean cult. There is a high possibility that the new future findings will challenge original theories from the last decades....
Ancient Jewellery of Central Asia and its relations to the Jewellers' art of Ancient Mediterranean
Belaňová, Petra ; Dufková, Marie (referee) ; Charvát, Petr (referee)
Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy nám. Jana Palacha , 6 8 Praha IČ: 6 8 DIČ: CZ 6 8 Jed á se o rigoróz í práci, která je uz a ou diplo ovou či disertač í prací. Děkuje e za pochope í.
Ancient Jewellery of Central Asia and its relations to the Jewellers' art of Ancient Mediterranean.
Belaňová, Petra ; Ondřejová, Iva (advisor) ; Dufková, Marie (referee) ; Charvát, Petr (referee)
Central Asia, crossroads of ancient trade routes known as the Silk Road, absorbed for centuries the pulses of travelling cultural influences and created an environment for the existence of original artistic expression, which can be seen in jewellery making as well. The dissertation thesis deals with analysis of the findings from excavation units and individual pieces of jewellery, in most cases made of gold, which were often largely inspired by the culture of the ancient Mediterranean. The historical - geographic perspective of the work is focused primarily on territory of ancient Bactria and Gandhara - southern part of the former Soviet republics of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, then northern and eastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan. These areas were in the past centers of military activities and political formations, followed up in many aspects on the Mediterranean traditions. These political formations contributed distinctly to the dissemination and preservation of some elements of ancient cultural heritage in Central Asian architecture, sculpture and other fine arts and crafts. Most jewelry findings come from a fairly turbulent period of the 1st century AD, when the territory of Central Asia saw the progressive formation of Kushan Empire. The main part of the thesis consists of summary of the...

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