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The Grand Tour of Philipp Sigmund of Dietrichstein to Spain
Judina, Valerija ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
This thesis analyses the Spanish part of Philipp Sigmund of Dietrichstein's grand tour which took place from 1671 to 1672, examining various archival sources, such as correspondence, spending overviews, instructions, and route plans. It looks into the motivations behind and circumstances of the grand tour, describing its participants, course, and Philipp Sigmund's activities in Spain. A key part of the thesis is an edition of transliterated correspondence from the journey to Spain, including an analysis of internal and external characteristics of the letters. Keywords: grand tour, traveling, Spain, Dietrichstein, Philipp Sigmund of Dietrichstein, 17th century, aristocracy
The Disciplination of subordinate inhabitants based on dominion's administration instruments at the end of the 16th and in the first half of the 17th century
Veselá, Jaroslava ; Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
(in English): This Master's work attempts to analyze the selected documents of dominion's administration, which were being published by the office workers of the dominion's management during the period from the end of the 16th to the half of the 17th century, and through the metody of comparison it tries to find out the official form of the manor's leading methods and the communication between the owner of domain and his subordinate inhabitants.
Fridrich Falcký. Foreigner imprisoned in a Winter Kingdom.
Sahulová, Michaela ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
The main topic of the Bachelor thesis called "Fridrich Falcký. A stranger in the captivity of the Winter kingdom." focuses on the personality of the Duke and Elector Palatine Frederick V., whose character and a specific way behavioral shaped the image of the "Winter King" among inhabitants of Prague at that time, as well as in the following centuries. Presented work has the ambition to formulate the importance of his personal during defense of the Bohemian Revolt, in the context of the policy of the Confederation of state lands of the Czech crown. Based on the historical source material is also trying to analyze the overall approach of Frederick Palatine to the question of Czech project unified states. Therefore, the research period is limited at between 1619-1620, i.e. from the king's election (August 1619) to the departure, after the Battle of White Mountain (November 1620). During processing the topic has been overstep in terms of time, specially in the analysis of the state in the Czech lands before the arrival of Frederick Palatine to Prague and then during the processing of the selectively probe of the image of the "winter king" in the Czech historical memory. The basis for the study of this topic was mainly Czech, but also German sources, pamphlet journalism and extanted personal...
Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov. Personality, work and afterlife
Matyášová, Josefína ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov. Personality, Work and Afterlife Abstract On the basis of archival sources and relevant secondary literature, the thesis explores the life of Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov, one of the best-known Czech historical figures of the latter half of the 16th and the beginning of the 17th century. The work focuses on the social, political, economic, administrative, and religious circumstances in the royal city of Kutná Hora, with which Dačický's life was closely related. With a view to preserved period sources, it outlines and recapitulates the accessible information about the famous swashbuckler, rioter, ruffian, killer, and drunkard who was also a prolific chronicler, poet, an ardently religious armorial burgher with unswayable moral views, and an 'eyewitness to the Czech Renaissance'. The found facts are contrasted with the 'second life' (afterlife) of Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov which was provided for him by the novelists and dramatists of the 19th and 20th century. His character, and especially his temperament outraged the citizens of Kutná Hora and inspired many modern authors of plays and TV dramas, novels, film scripts, and musical works for the stage (operetta, opera, and musical). In the field of food industry and restaurant culture, some interesting examples of his name being...
Mortal Prague. Funeral culture of the early-modern period using Prague as an example.
Jarošová, Eva ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
Keywords: ars moriendi, castrum doloris, early modern period, epitaphs, funeral essentials, funeral procession, funeral sermons, Prague, sepulcher essentials, tomb stones The thesis introduces a specific part of the cultural history of the early modern period - the funeral culture. Considering the extensiveness of thematter, the scope has been limited to the area of Prague, to the cultural sphere of secular nobility and to the time period between the years 1500 and 1700. Naturally, the timeframe is not and cannot be absolute given the nature of this subject matter, which is culture. In the introductory chapter, the paper seeks to clarify eschatology and religious conditions in the early modern period, depicting death and its grip in the 16th and 17th centuries. Each chapter is devoted to a specific phenomenon of the funeral culture, in the same order in which the succession should logically follow shortly before and after the death of an important person. As such, the thesis specifically discusses the doctrine of "good death" - so called ars moriendi, exhibitions of the body, the funeral procession, construction of the Castrum Doloris, funeral sermons, and provision of funeral monuments. At the conclusion, the thesis ventures into the geographically and religiously distant Duchy of Finland, which...
Philippine Welser between Czech-language and German-language historical Memory
Boumová, Eliška ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the life story of Philippine Welser (1527-1580), the ignoble wife of Ferdinand II., Archduke of Austria (1529-1595), as a subject for literary, theatrical and visual inspiration. The thesis draws on sources dating from the 16th century to the present and it also maps how castle and chateau expositions treat the topic. The methodology is based on the Czech tradition of exploration of Second Life. Comparison of sources of linguistically Czech and German-speaking environments yielded findings that these two traditions differ, each emphasizes a different part of life of Philippine Welser while both cope with aspects that the Czech National Revival, as well as the disintegration of the Austrian monarchy and development in the twentieth century brought.
The Economic and Financial Policy of Ferdinand I. in Bohemia
Chmelař, Jiří ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Knoz, Tomáš (referee) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
Jiří Chmelař The Economic and Financial Policy of Ferdinand I. in Bohemia Abstrakt v anglickém jazyce The economic and financial policy of early modern state influences its military and foreign policy, cultures and other life's aspects of its inhabitants. Ferdinand's accession to the throne meant turning point at the above mentioned aspects. It would be highly simplified to mark year 1526 just as a change of ruling dynasty. Ferdinand I., the second son of Jane who was Spanish heiress and Philip who was Burundian ruler, learned advanced administration and at first he started to apply it in Austria after death of his grandfather Maximilian I. After his election victory he started to apply it also in the Kingdom of Bohemia. In 1522 the Blood Judgment in Vienna showed King's tolerance with separation of powers and his conception of solution of a dispute with liege people. The king's authority was weak in the Kingdom under the Jagiellonian rule. Most of power was in hands of few elites and there was tension between aristocracy and king's towns because of economy (brewing) and political power. Since 1490 Jagiellonian kings had governed from Buda in Hungary and had visited Kingdom of Bohemia rare. The last king named Louis II. deceased during the battle of Mohács in 1526. Although Jagiellonian dynasty and House of...
The Communication of the Town Kouřim with the Court of Appeals, 1548-1568
Čadová, Hana ; Hojda, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
The subject of the submitted dissertation is to pursue the mutual communication between the royal town of Kouřim and the cour of appeal established as a new instance for appeal for the time of the first twenty years of its existence that is 1548 - 1568. Documents of their bilateral communication are divided into two parts first are the own decisions of the court of appeal placed on record as copies in the books of the court of appeal - the socalled presidential registration or the socalled secretary s registration and the socalled legal manual (in the deposit of the Found of the Court of appeal in the National Archive) second they are in the collection of original judgements filed in the Archive of the National Museum - Topografical collection F. Decision acqired from these sources are analysed and their contents are examined on proportional presence of civil criminal and lawsuits as well as the number of appeals in the particular years and the way the court of appeal made its decision. The second part is represented by own letters supported mainly by the fragment of Kouřim registration in 1565 - 1569. They were also examined from the diplomatic standpoint of view on their contents and the person of iniciátor The continuation is dealing with matters in connection with decisions made by couts of...

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