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The Bishop of Prague and the Czech Ruler
Žemlička, Josef
The study is concerning to the relationship of the monarch of Bohemia to the Bishop od Prague in the Premyslid periode (to the beginning of the 14th century).
The image of the internal politics of Wenceslas I between 1230 and 1240 in diplomatic sources
Jeřichová, Jana ; Izdný, Jakub (advisor) ; Žemlička, Josef (referee)
My work deals with internal policy of Wenceslas I between 1230 and 1240, mostly through diplomatic materials. It is devided according to recipients of Wenceslas' charters to several categories - first of all the church, which was the biggest recepient of Wenceslas' charters. Wuthin the church, charters for religious orders which are in the focus of the part decribing the church prevailed. The towns, nonclerical elite, the relationship betweenthe king and Moravian margrave Přemysl and presence of queens in the diplomatic materials are the other focuses of the work. Key words: Wenceslas I, Bohemian kingdom, 13th century, diplomatical sources, internal politics
The entrapment of the Czech nobility by Pragues and Kutná Hora's patriciate in the year 1309 or eIse "there is no more harsher man than the ennoblement making ribald"
Musílek, Martin ; Žemlička, Josef (advisor) ; Dvořáčková, Dana (referee)
The historical research devoted only small focus on the entrapment of the Czech nobility. Generally, mainly the conclusions made by Josef Šusta had been taken into account. Specialists say that we have no chance to find something new in this subject of historical scholarship. Big deposits of silver were found near Kutná Hora during Václav's II rule. The hot symbiosis started up between the monarch and the tops of the patriciate. This friendship was bringing benefits to both of the sites of the symbiosis. The patriciates was able to do businesses and trades very easily, when the monarch stood by their side. In retum for this the patriciates was providing the valuable services to monarch, especially managing the royal chamber or helping in financial crisis. Helping in financial crisis became important during times of expensive and ambitious statesmanship of the last Přemysls. When the last of the Přemysls died, the prominent patriciates were starting to participate in political events that were shaking the whole kingdom. They were taking part in voting congresses, different missions; actually some of Czech pretendents tried to win the patriciates over. In these years the entrapment of the Czech nobility in Sedlec and in Prague also took place. When we evaluate the previous development, we have the question:...
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
Women in the countryside in the time of the reign of the House of Přemysl
Faltusová, Zuzana ; Bláhová, Marie (advisor) ; Žemlička, Josef (referee)
Medieval Woman has been a very popular topic In the European historicalliterature within last fifty years. I have chosen a theme of a W oman in countryside in early medieval Bohemia. Despite the low number of historical sources, I have selected a few topics, which are not only describable, but also very interesting. My essay is based on the Bohemian medieval sources like records and chronic1es, but also on the results of archeological excavations or medieval paintings. And further, I used not only the literature of the Czech historians, but also the German and English books about that period and questions. I did not seek to write about single women and the single history of their life, but I tried to describe the world of them - the society, countryside, time and the other aspects. The first big theme was the woman and her family and also the path of her life. The second topic is about the world around her. The village, where she lived, the house of her family, things she used day by day and so on. Another part speaks about the labor of women - their typical work like spinning, weaving or cooking and taking care of the house animals. The two chapters which are most based on the sources research are about the names of medieval countryside women and about the mysterious women ofthe records.
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 (
Forest in life of medieval people on example of royal forest by Křivoklát
Trachtová, Nela ; Žemlička, Josef (advisor) ; Musílek, Martin (referee)
Wood was very important in life of medieval people. But its importance was changing in relation to social status of the person, who use the wood. King was hunting in forests, and it was a sovereigns, who began with hunting in the area of Křivoklát wood. The sovereigns founded many castles there, for example Křivoklát, Nižbor and Týřov, and the most important function of this castles that they where places, where it was possible to hunt. Sovereign was owner of this area, and he didn't want to give villages and other goods there. So we know, that the villages, which were given monasteries by princes and kings, were situated on the border of Křivokláts wood. We know gentry from Křivoklát too. There were some men, who were witness on the records of sovereign. We can name Zdeslav of Čistá, Vlček, Vacemil and Henry of Zvíkovec or Kuno of Kounov. By castle Křivoklát arose a system of royal man, which was founded by the king Přemysl Otakar II. There were two groups, the first were noble men and the second were low-born. Their duties were connected above all with defence of castle, but they had other duties too. Kings founded some cities too. In relation to area of Křivoklát played the biggest importance town Beroun and Rakovník. Beroun was a royal town, and inhabitans of Beroun could use woodland pasturage in...
The carriers of the bishops in the 13th century
Rajterová, Petra ; Doležalová, Eva (advisor) ; Žemlička, Josef (referee)
This submitted paper is focused on career rises of Czech bishops in 13th century. It deals with three of them, serving in Diocese of Prague: Nicholas of Ujezd (bishop between1240-1258), John III. of Drazice (bishop between 1258-1278) and Tobias of Bechyne (bishop between 1278-1296). Considering wider social and political context, this paper tries to describe the possibilities of career life in the Roman Catholic Church. Author uses contemporary sources of information and published literature, newer but even older, applying comparative method and prosopography.
Hunting in the early Middle Ages
Vaníčková Žemličková, Andrea ; Klápště, Jan (advisor) ; Žemlička, Josef (referee)
(in English): The thesis is devoted to hunting in Early Middle Ages in Czech Republic. The work summarizes the current knowledge of written sources and iconography. This knowledge are compared with zooarchaeological dates from sites dating to the Early Middle Ages. The thesis deals with the hunting law, hunting reserves and the hunting organization. The major part of this work is focused on game and its use. A portion of game on several hill forts and rural sites was also studied because hunting was not available for all social classes.

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