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The cult of St. Barbara in medieval Bohemia
Zelenková, Adéla ; Kubín, Petr (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eva (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the cult of Saint Barbara in medieval Bohemia. Saint Barbara is a legendary saint whose martyrdom is estimated to have occurred around 306. Saint Barbara was first venerated in the East. The cult was imported to Italy during the Byzantine occupation in the 6th century, from there was spread further north of the Alps. The cult experienced its greatest expansion in the West in the 14th century. The cult of Saint Barbara was spread in Bohemia in the 14th century and never achieved such popularity as cults of other saints (for example Saint Catherine). The popularity of the Saint Barbara cult in Bohemia has been reconstructed mainly on the basis of the frequency of dedications of churches, chapels and altars.
The Cult of St. George in medieval Bohemia
Edlová, Štěpánka ; Kubín, Petr (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eva (referee)
Submitted master thesis focuses on the cult of saint George within the context of the pre-Hussite period of Bohemia. During the 6th and 7th century, Saint's cult spread rapidly from its very centre - Palestinian Lydda, to all over Christian world of that time. After reaching Bohemia in the 10th century through the influence of the Regensburg diocese, George began to occupy a privileged position in local patronages. Saint's cult became one of the most important in 12th century. The aim of this study is, with the contribution of source heuristics and interdisciplinary analysis, to map aspects of the spread and manifestations of St. George's veneration in pre-Hussite Bohemia. Keywords Saint George, Saint George of Lydda, cult of saints, cult, hagiography, Prague diocese, patronage, martyr, military saints, crusades
Jews in medieval Prague under the rule of Charles IV.
Švihel, Jakub ; Bobková, Lenka (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eva (referee)
The aim of the work is to describe the importance of Jews in Prague during the reign of Charles IV. Through debt entries of the town court book as the main source, I tried to outline the importance of Jewish financiers in the first half of the 14th. century in the capital of the lands of the Czech Crown. Part of it is reflection on the development of Jewish settlement in the Czech lands with regard to significant events affecting Jews of the Holy Roman Empire, specifically the wave of pogroms which happened in the years 1346-49.
Policy of Faith: Contribution to the study of the early medieval Welsh ecclesiastical history
Bartošík, Jan ; Kubín, Petr (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eva (referee)
Title: Policy of Faith: Contribution to the study of the early medieval Welsh ecclesiastical history Abstract The thesis studies the early christian church on the land of present Wales, specifically from the late antique practically to the beggining of 7th century. Analyzes in detail the whole ecclesiastical organization, its each of pillars and its influence on formation of the early medieval Welsh state units. Because it is a difficult historical period for a reconstruction, the thesis combines several theories, hypothesis and different researching methods. The first part analyzes the christianization of Britain in roman period and follows its eventual continuity in early medieval welsh society. In second part the thesis analyzes 5th century in Britain and follows turning points between the sub- roman administration and origin of the early medieval tribal structure and the insular christian culture. Third part follows the ecclestical structure in "The Age of Saints" (6th century) and so connected origins of some welsh kingdoms. Key words Medieval, Britain, Wales, England, Saint Patrick, Saint David, king Arthur, Sub-roman Britain
The cult of Saint Martin in medieval Bohemia
Šárovcová, Klára ; Kubín, Petr (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eva (referee)
The master thesis deals with the cult of St. Martin of Tours in pre-Hussite Bohemia. The cult of St. Martin established itself in Tours in the second half of the 5th century, became the main Frankish saint during the 6th century, and maintained its position as one of the most important patrons of the kingdom during the reign of the Carolingians, from where veneration of him spread throughout Europe. After the cult of Martin came to Bohemia indirectly before the influence of the Archbishopric of Mainz probably during the reign of Vratislav II, he became one of the most important saints after the middle of the 12th century. The aim of the study is to present an analysis of the spread and manifestations of the cult of St. Martin in pre-Hussite Bohemia and to describe the influences that contributed to this process. The work is based on both historical analysis of sources and interdisciplinary research, which illustrates the overall picture of the cult. Keywords Saint Martin of Tours, cult, Sulpicius Severus, hagiography, Prague diocese, patrocinium
In the shadow of Swedish cannonballs over Prague in 1648 - the transformation of historical narrative across the centuries
Fišera, Tadeáš ; Doležalová, Eva (advisor) ; Čechura, Jaroslav (referee)
The Thirty Years' War (1618-1648) became a global conflict which subsequently involved nearly every country of Europe. The reason for the war was not only the complicated religious situation caused by the fragmentation of the Roman Church in which the Protestant- Union and Catholic League stood against each other, but also political and economic issues. Political reasons can be characterized by the expansion of the House of Hapsburgs into surrounding lands through which they attempted to gain political leadership and supremacy over Europe. The goal of the diploma thesis is not to reconstruct historical event of The Thirty Years' War, but to capture its historical narrative and its changes throughout the centuries. Starting point of the thesis is the year 1648 when the last fights of the war took place during Swedish occupation of Prague. For months, Prague became almost a defence fortress which withstood the Swedish protestant army. This event has been reflected in the picture of national history in two ways: one - the heroic withstanding of Prague citizens of the enemy army, second - the definitive defeat of the hopes of restitution of relations before The Battle of the White Mountain of the utraquistic and protestant fracture of Czech society.
Ecclesiastical History of Benesov in the Light of Archeological Research
Váňová, Libuše ; Kubín, Petr (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eva (referee)
99 Bibliografická citace Církevní dějiny Benešova ve světle archeologických výzkumů /rukopis/: diplomová práce / Váňová Libuše; vedoucí práce: Petr Kubín. - Praha, 2011. - 99 s. Anotace: Diplomová práce "Církevní dějiny Benešova ve světle archeologických výzkumů" vychází z dosud publikovaných prací, které mapují historii města a jeho církevních objektů. V první fázi je tedy nejprve věnována pozornost současnému zpracování tématu. Druhá fáze je pak zaměřena na přehled archeologických výzkumů, které se v dané lokalitě v průběhu doby uskutečnily. Důraz je kladen na výzkumy objektů sakrální povahy (klášter minoritů, farní kostel sv. Mikuláše, špitál s kostelem sv. Alžběty, areál piaristické koleje). Výsledky těchto výzkumů jsou pak konfrontovány s řečí písemných pramenů. V rámci objektivity nebylo možné opomenout i některé profánní objekty. Bez jejich archeologického prověření by totiž unikaly dějinné souvislosti. Za přínos lze považovat, že se podařilo objevem slovanského pohřebiště z 10. - 11. století podpořit zprávu (byť z pozdního pramene), která hovoří o svěcení kostela v Benešově v roce 1070. Klíčová slova: Církevní dějiny Benešova - historie města - archeologie Abstrakt: Thesis "Ecclestical History of Benesov in the light of archeological research" is based on Publisher work, which charts the history of...
Želiv, Monastery in the Foothills of Vysočina. Its Property and History of Settlement until Mid 14th Century
Bolerazká, Zuzana ; Žemlička, Josef (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eva (referee)
Želiv, formerly the convent of Benedictines, was transformed into a Premonstratensians monastery (around 1149). Its beginnings were complicated. It took a long time to stabilize its existence and consolidate its property. The monastery has been located in deep forests of the western foothills of Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. The location at the border of Bohemia and Moravia was ideal for colonization. Well preserved historical sources on this topic enable us to research the main phases of its economic development and describe it in the context of the period. The role of Želiv clergy in the uncovering of mining localities in Jihlava and Humpolec areas is also interesting but not well researched. The monastery in Želiv as such was rebuilt several times which would be impossible without a strong property base and a good management. The objective of this thesis is to describe and evaluate the management of the Želiv monastery as well. Powered by TCPDF (
Application of inertial sensors in physiotherapy
Doležalová, Eva ; Sládková, Petra (advisor) ; Oborná, Pavlína (referee)
OF BACHELOR THESIS: Author's first name and surname: Eva Doležalová Bachelor thesis supervizor: MUDr. Bc. Petra Sládková Bachelor thesis consultant: Mgr. Štěpánka Kozlerová Oponent: Title of bachelor thesis: Application of inertial sensors in physiotherapy Key words: inertial sensors, fyzioterapie, accelerometr, gyroskop, functional independence measures, neurorehabilitation Abstract: Inertial sensors are devices that allow monitoring of the movement. They are used also in physiotherapy, where they are applied to analyze walking and to detect falls. My bachelor thesis is focused on the possibility of using inertial sensors for monitoring patients affected by upper extremity. The theoretical part contains an outline of chosen foreign studies that deal with this issue. The second part is about theoretical neurorehabilitation, which is an important part of treatment for patients after brain damage. The practical part is processed in the form of quantitative research. The aim was to obtain and correlate the values obtained before and after the rehabilitation process. It was a total daily activity of upper limbs, which was measured by inertial sensors and the results of functional independence measures (FIM).

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