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Analysis of Heraldic collection of czech aristocracy (1700-1920) of National Museum Archives
Šurda, Daniel ; Woitschová, Klára (advisor) ; Ebelová, Ivana (referee)
The bachelor thesis is devoted to the Heraldic Collection of the Czech Aristocracy, which is now stored in the National Museum Archives. The first chapter is devoted to other heraldic and genealogical-heraldic collections in Czech archives and places the Collection in their context. The second part presents an external and internal description of the Collection. It deals with the issue of layers of origin and scribal hands. The third chapter analyses the bearers of the signs that have been identified in the Collection in terms of their country of origin, noble status and the time when they appeared in the Bohemian lands. An inventory of the material in the Collection and an index of the beares of the signs is added as an appendix.
Municipal Chronicle of Bečváry since 1948 to 1980. Reconstruction of missing part (1965-1978).
Urban, Michael ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Ebelová, Ivana (referee)
(in English): In this work, the author deals with the topic of the Municipal chronicle of the municipality of Bečváry from 1948 to 1980. Reconstruction of the missing part (1965-1978). The work is divided into two parts, a general part and a research part. The general part contains 6 chapters, the research part 34 chapters. After the preface and introduction, the author describes the available archival sources and literature. The third chapter deals with municipal chronicles as a historical source in the examined period. Within this chapter, an explanation of the relevant up- to-date treatment of the topic of municipal chronicling in the examined period (1948-1980) is included. The fourth chapter contains an explanation of the development of the legal regulation of municipal chronicles, while the emphasis was placed on the changes in the examined period. The fifth chapter deals with changes in territorial self-government after 1945. The sixth chapter contains an explanation of the history of the Bečváry village before 1948. The research part contains chapters dealing with the Bečváry Memorial Book itself. The relevant passages are devoted to individual chroniclers who worked in Bečvár in the period under review, and the state of the village at the beginning of the period under review. Subsequently,...
The Letters of Julius Mařák to Albert Kuh from the Years 1886-1899
Kopecká, Alžběta ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Hojda, Zdeněk (referee)
This thesis entitled Letters of Julius Mařák to Albert Kuha from 1886-1899 presents a processed set of correspondence by the painter Julius Mařák to his friend Albert Kuha in the form of an edition. In the first chapter, the sources and literature used are assessed and analysed. The edition itself is based on a set of letters stored in the Archive of the National Gallery in Prague in the personal fund of Julius Mařák. The time scale of the documents is defined by 1886-1899. The second chapter presents the painter's biography, which is accompanied by new knowledge resulting from studied correspondence. The third chapter, an editorial note, describes the researcher's procedures and methods of publishing disclosure. The aim of the work is to bring up the important personality of Julius Mařák in terms of professional and social (artist, university teacher) and private (husband, father, friend).
The administration and office work of town Krupka in early modern periodThe development of town administration till 1710
Růžičková, Nikola ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Hojda, Zdeněk (referee) ; Vojtíšková, Jana (referee)
of dissertation This dissertation is entitled The administration and office work of town Krupka in early modern period with the subheading The development of town administration till 1710. The main goal of this work is, on the basis of the extant achival sources, to acquaint with the development of administration of mining town, of which specific is not only mining as a pricipal source of livelihood of its inhabitants, but also its location on the border with neighbouring Saxony. Another goal of this dissertation is to present the offices of municipal and mining administration and also names of specific people in these offices, if they are still extant in the sources or literature. The content of this dissertation is proceed in the first place from abundantly extant archives, which is placed in archiv in Teplice, primarily from memorial books, official books and file material. This dissertation is divided into several sections. The first mainstay includes summarization of history of administration of town Krupka, description of relations between town Krupka and manorial lords, religious circumstances and also development of mining. Next part of dissertation deals with introduction of the most important officials of the administration of the town Krupka and also of the administration of mining. This...
The Painters' Guild in Prague's New Town in 17th and 18th Century
Heisslerová, Radka ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Slavíček, Lubomír (referee) ; Hojda, Zdeněk (referee)
The presented dissertation deals with the history of the painter's guild of the New Town of Prague with the main emphasis on its form and development in the 17th and 18th centuries but doesn't leave aside the period of older history. The work thus focuses on New Town painters from the beginnings of the existence of their guild, through the issuance of the privilege of Emperor Rudolf II. in 1595, by which he granted the Old Town-Lesser Town painter's guild significant privileges, as a result of which the joint development of all Prague painting associations began to take different paths. The thesis also deals with the circumstances leading to the demise of the guild in the 1780s, when the Prague painters' fraternities were abolished by Emperor Joseph II. In addition to the history of the painters' association, the thesis provides an insight into the guild life of New Town painters, which it monitors in individual positions within the guild hierarchy, focuses on the functioning of the association itself, its management, material and written sources, representation of the corporation and individual members, and last but not least, it describes the way of worshiping the patron saint of painters - St. Luke. Because not only members of the guild worked as painters in the New Town of Prague, the work also...
Czechia und Russia: common origins, different branches. Selected problems of Czech - Russian research.
Volkov, Sergey ; Woitschová, Klára (advisor) ; Ebelová, Ivana (referee)
This thesis will focus on comparing the principles of genealogical research in the Czech Republic and in Russia. In the first part of the thesis, attention will be paid to the theoretical starting points of genealogical research, the similarities and differences of source possibilities, institutional patronage of similar research will be observed. In the second, practical part, three specific cases of searching for relatives will be described in the case when a Czech has Russian (respectively Ukrainian or Belarusian) ancestors, or vice versa - a Russian has his roots in the Czech Republic.
From Balkan to the West - study journey of Mr Václav Mencl in 1969
Payerová, Eliška ; Woitschová, Klára (advisor) ; Ebelová, Ivana (referee)
The main aim of this diploma thesis is to create critical edition of the travel journal. The author of this journal is Václav Mencl who is one of the most important historians of architecture of the 20th Century. Journals (diaries), as well as, for example, corespondence, are sources of personal nature or ego documents. They are created by one originator (an human being) and their physical form and content depends entirely on their creator. Personal journals or diaries are the most common but travel journals are also very popular. Václav Mencl kept a journal during his study and work journey, which he undertook as a professional consultant, with his colleagues from the creative audiovisual group SCARS (operating under the Art Centrum agency) across Southern and Western Europe. This journey lasted from August 14th to October 5th , 1969, and its purpose was to collect material for an audiovisual presentation prepared for the European Economic Community pavilion at the 1970 World Expo held in Osaka, Japan. During this expedition, Václav Mencl simultaneously collected and analyzed material for his upcoming work, which is entitled History of European Architecture. Key words Václav Mencl; architecture; foreign countries; travel journal; travel records; South Europe; West Europe; Balkan peninsula;...
Current use of census records from 1930 in public administration institutions and individuals
Týslová, Natálie ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Kokošková, Zdeňka (referee)
Censuses are an interesting source of data that give us a closer look at individuals and their households. Each census has its own specificities and also reflects some of the themes of its time e.g. nationality issues. The 1930 census records at the National Archives are not widely available today, yet they are a widely used source of information by institutions and researchers. The goal of this paper was to look at this census in the wider context of other censuses, and then to assess the frequency of use of the 1930 census operatives from the perspective of institutions and researchers. At the same time, the perspectives of institutions and researchers were sought on the possibility of possibly facilitating investigations into the 1930 census returns. A questionnaire method was used to obtain feedback on the responses to the above questions.
The spa society in Františkovy Lázně and Luhačovice. Kurlists as a source for the history of spa seasons 1850-1950.
Bíbová, Iva ; Woitschová, Klára (advisor) ; Ebelová, Ivana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with an attendance of Františkovy Lázně and Luhačovice spas in 1850-1950. The aim of the thesis is a comparison of two selected spa towns concerning spa attendance from the point of view of visitor"s gender and geographical and social origin of spa visitors. Furthermore, it surveys the differences in selected spas attendance and how it changed throughout the last 100 years. The basic source of this thesis were the lists of spa visitors, so called "kurlisty", on the base of which a comparative analysis of Františkovy Lázně and Luhačovice spas attendance was performed. It was found out that the attendance of the spas was influenced not only by industrial and medical development in 19th century but also the social and political events reflected in the spas clientele, mainly the Germany unification, the First World War, creation of the Czechoslovak Republic, economic crisis, the Second World War and political changes in Czechoslovakia at the end of 1940s. Keywords Spa, attendance, society, social classes, gender, country of origin, Františkovy Lázně, Luhačovice

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