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The influence of "Sachsenspiegel" and the ministerial law of Magdeburg to the implementation of the feudal system by the bishop of Olomouc Bruno of Schauenburg
Frigyik, Dávid ; Izdný, Jakub (advisor) ; Zelenka, Jan (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to inquire into the influence of both the ministerial law of the archbishop of Magdeburg and the feudal law included in "Sachsenspiegel", which are the projected model law systems to the feudal law of the bishopric of Olomouc, on the feudal law of the bishopric during the episcopacy of Bruno of Schauenburg on the basis of the preserved episcopal feudal charters. The student will define their similarities and differences with special regard to the matter of the independent development and specifics of the feudal law of the bishopric in its early stage. The sources for this thesis primarily consist of the original sources, which are either compiled in editions or are digitally available, and relevant domestic and foreign academic literature. Key words: 13th Century, bishopric of Olomouc, feudal law, ministerial law, Sachsenspiegel
Richard III - historical construct. Comparison of selected literature.
Štěpová, Hana ; Zelenka, Jan (advisor) ; Drška, Václav (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the English monarch Richard III., the last king of England of the Plantagenet dynasty. The thesis presents discursive analysis of selected literature of English and American provenance, focusing on the research of Richard III. and creating its own historical constructs. Such historical construct is in the given context understood as the author's interpretation of proven and verified facts, whether with an imaginary positive or negative evaluation label. These constructs differ significantly in the case of Richard III. The thesis is trying to find out whether these differences may be related to Richard's alleged physical deformation, one of Richard's frequently mentioned physical attributes, and consequently whether the authors of analysed literature let themselves be influenced by subliminal prejudices connected to the perception of physical differences or physical handicaps. The findings of this analysis are then compared using the comparative method. The thesis then uses the results of this comparison to answer the main research question - does alleged fact of physical disability have an impact on historical interpretations of Richard III.? Key words England, Richard III., Anne Neville, Edward IV., duke of Clarence, War of the Roses, Titulus Regius, disability
The problem of succession in norman and Angevin England(1066-1216) in narrative sources of the 12th and the beginning of the 13th century
Malý, Jan ; Drška, Václav (advisor) ; Bláhová, Marie (referee) ; Zelenka, Jan (referee)
The dissertation is focused on the problem of succession to the royal throne of England in the period from the accession of William the Conqueror in 1066 to the death of King John in 1216. This topic is studied from the point of view of narrative sources written mostly in the 12th and the beginning of the 13th century. The goal of this thesis is to follow the making of the image of succession in England and to find some tendencies of development regarding the approach to the accession to the throne in these narrative sources through its analysis and comparison. The core of this work is made by the analysis of Angevin narrative sources, contextualized by the study of other works which influenced the emergence of Angevin texts and the forming of their authors' opinions and views.
Christianization of the British Isles: comparison of the selected aspects of the Hiberno-Scottish and the Gregorian mission
Pecková, Tereza ; Suchánek, Drahomír (advisor) ; Zelenka, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis "Christianization of the British Isles: comparison of selected aspects of the Hiberno-Scottish and the Gregorian mission" deals with the period when the Christianization of the British Isles took place and focuses specifically on the history of the Hiberno-Scottish and Gregorian missions, their organization, key figures and customs. Irish Christianity developed in an environment different from the European mainland, and over time it thus gained its own specifics and many differences in both church organization and the overall administration of the church, as well as in liturgy or in church art. The main aim of this thesis is primarily to compare aspects of monasticism, church organization and liturgy of both missions and church organizations built by them, with which the author would like to determine the role of the Hiberno-Scottish mission in Christianization of the British Isles and define the uniqueness of Irish Christianity. The author also focuses on the mutual relations between the two missions and their clash, which culminated in 664 at the Whitby Synod. The complementary aim of the thesis is to analyse the mutual relations of the Hiberno-Scottish and Gregorian missions with secular power.
Comparison of Czech and French security policies in Mali
Zelenka, Jan ; Doboš, Bohumil (advisor) ; Rosendorf, Ondřej (referee)
Thesis Comparation of the Czech and the French security policy in Mali elaborates Czech and French foreign policy analysis in Mali. Main focus explores their reaction on security threats, especially international islamist terrorism. Thesis rests on Foreign policy analysis (FPA) methodology, that examines genesis and evolution of foreign policy while analysing government documents, security reports and statements of government and army officials. Research regards rational choice theory as its main theoretical background, this theory is based on neorealism and rationalism in international relations. Supporting theory is a normative approach of responsibility to protect. Thesis introduces security policies of the Czech Republic and France, defines their domestic and external circumstances, and describes application of these policies during a military intervention in Mali. Both actors in Mali participate on operations Barkhane and Takuba and cooperate on missions EUTM Mali or OSN MINUSMA. Objective of this thesis is to deliver a complex comparative analysis of security policies and to present a definition of major motives of intervening actors.
Czech prince and Saxon duke in 12th century. Comparison of the Czech principate and Saxon duchy of Henry the Lion
Zelenka, Jan ; Žemlička, Josef (advisor) ; Bláhová, Marie (referee)
If we resume the results of our comparison, we can see that the basic difference between the duchy of Saxony, territorial domain of Henry the Lion and Bohemian principality is represented by inner political structure of these domains. In consequent this inner political structure were also the chances ofthe emperor encroach diverged. The Saxonian duchy was a conglomerate of major number of aristocratic domains. The holders of these domains (bishops, earls ..... etc.) did not subordinate to fiats of the duke, they did not grant his authority. His power and support from emperor Frederick I. Barbarossa gave him a factual dominance over the other princes of Saxony however it did not let him to beared rule over them. His effort to enlarge his own principality threatened other princes's political positions and that is why they were in constant opposition
The second one, less important? - Comparison of the cadet branches of sovereign dynasties in Central Europe
Ekrt, Tomáš ; Žemlička, Josef (advisor) ; Zelenka, Jan (referee)
of the paper: Historiography pays different attentions to cadet branches of sovereign dynasties. Because of that some of them are well known to the public, while others are almost forgotten. Generally, they are considered less important. In my work I am paying attention to cadet branches of the Premyslid dynasty and cadet branches of other sovereign dynasties in central Europe. What were their relations with their ruling relatives? What were their marriage policies and their domains? Can we find any general tendencies in cadet branches of sovereign dynasties and were they really less important? I am trying to answer these and other questions in my work. Also, I am trying to introduce life stories of cadet branches. Key words: Middle Ages, cadet branch, Central Europe, Premyslides, Babenberger, Silesian Piasts
The Consequences of Breaching the Rules of Evidence for the Effectiveness of the Evidence
Zelenka, Jan ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (referee)
1 The Consequences of Breaching the Rules of Evidence for the Effectiveness of the Evidence Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the phenomenon of ineffective evidence in criminal procedures as a result of a breach the rules of evidence. The aim of the thesis is to submit current regulations about evidence in the Czech legal system, evaluate it and shine a light on certain problems. Can a criminal procedure be just if the essential principles are trampled on and the government breaks the law? Are there any barriers preventing geovernment arbitrariness? This thesis tries to answer these questions by introducing legal institutes based on area of evidence in criminal procedure. Thesis consists of six parts - four chapters, introduction and conclusion. The first chapter deals generally with evidence and its specifics in criminal law. It defines crucial terminology to understand this topic thoroughly and shines a light on principles of evidence. The second chapter revolves around admissibility and especially efficiency of evidence as a result of a breach in the rules of evidence by law enforcement. That breach of evidence has to fulfill a certain level of severity which has an important part in evidence ineffectivity. In the very last part of this chapter the author suggests legislative changes according to a...
Comparison of the French interventions in Mali and CAR
Zelenka, Jan ; Doboš, Bohumil (advisor) ; Kofroň, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Comparation of French military interventions in Mali and Central African Republic" will examine problematics of French military interventions in Africa specifically in countries of the formal French colonial empire. Rational choice theory has been chosen as a theoretical base for explanation of French actions. First of all this thesis will describe deeper historical context and current French involvement in particular region. Later on the theory for explanation of contemporary French actions will be presented and it will include definition of main political, economic, social and security motives that can be universally applicable on French presence in the region. This theory will be tested on two recent cases of military interventions. Mali and Central African Republic will be two cases of comparation. In main part of this thesis French military interventions in these states and their comparation will be described. In each case of intervention their course of conflict, form of French intervention, major motives and international reception will be covered. Main objective of this comparation is an overall collation of specific motives of France for operation in these countries while it will focus on strategic, political and economic motives. Military comparation will be included as...
The Consequences of Breaching the Rules of Evidence for the Effectiveness of the Evidence
Zelenka, Jan ; Hořák, Jaromír (advisor) ; Pelc, Vladimír (referee)
1 The Consequences of Breaching the Rules of Evidence for the Effectiveness of the Evidence Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the phenomenon of ineffective evidence in criminal procedures as a result of a breach the rules of evidence. The aim of the thesis is to submit current regulations about evidence in the Czech legal system, evaluate it and shine a light on certain problems. Can a criminal procedure be just if the essential principles are trampled on and the government breaks the law? Are there any barriers preventing geovernment arbitrariness? This thesis tries to answer these questions by introducing legal institutes based on area of evidence in criminal procedure. Thesis consists of six parts - four chapters, introduction and conclusion. The first chapter deals generally with evidence and its specifics in criminal law. It defines crucial terminology to understand this topic thoroughly and shines a light on principles of evidence. The second chapter revolves around admissibility and especially efficiency of evidence as a result of a breach in the rules of evidence by law enforcement. That breach of evidence has to fulfill a certain level of severity which has an important part in evidence ineffectivity. In the very last part of this chapter the author suggests legislative changes according to a...

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