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The town Rakovník economy during the first half of the 17th century
CEDLOVÁ, Helena
The thesis describe the income and outcome sources and their structure on the bases of the surviving town administration books and the burgomaster registers. It evaluates the chapters of the town Rakovník economy during the first half of the 17th century.
Tamlberks in Vlašim
BABKA, Daniel
The bachelor thesis is focused on the history of the noble family Talmberg. They were not researched properly in the czech histography. The work is mainly focused on life fates and public actions of Vlašim's tale. It is focused on the highest-ranking provincial chamberlain Jiří of Talmberg (approx. 1570-1623), the president of the Court of Appeal Fridrich of Talmberg ( 1643), František Vilém of Talmberg ( 1665) and 3rd královohradec bishop Jan František of Talmberg (1644-1698) in the context of events in the 17th century. The secondary aim is to follow the development of the property base of the family, from the end of 13th century to the begining of 18th century. Submitted bachelor thesis insists on the research of specialized publications and archive files, which are stored in the National Archive in Prague (Desky zemské větší, Stará manipulace), State Regional Archive in Zámrsk (Episcopal archive of Hradec Králové) and State District Archive in Benešov (Archive of the town of Vlašim).
The Land Registry of the Jewish Houses in Týn nad Vltavou from 1680 until 1750
HRBKOVÁ, Kristýna
The main topic of this theses is the land registry of the Jewish houses in Týn nad Vltavou from 1680 until 1750. The first chapter focuses on the general problematics of Jewish inhabitants in the Czech lands up to the 18th century. Follows a brief history of the Jews and their coexistence with the Christian population in the domain of Týn nad Vltavou. Part of this theses is a chapter focusing on land books and their part during historical research. The most important part of the whole theses is an analysis of the researched land book coupled with a concise list of Jewish houses it contains. Entry about each house includes: who owned it, how much they paid for it and what lands they added to the house. The chapter is ended with a brief outline of the domain administration and the town itself at the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries. The editorial processing of said land book is listed in the attachment.
The Iconography of St. Francis during the 17th and the 18th Century
Drdáková, Kateřina ; Vymazalová, Marie (advisor) ; Oulíková, Petra (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the iconography of selected works of St. Francis in the 17th and 18th centuries in Bohemia. The work is focused mainly on the paintings that were created and were associated with the development of begging orders during the Reformation of the Church. The first part is devoted to the life and legend of St. Francis, which is the basis for the subsequent processing of individual images. An integral part of the work is also the topic of the origin and development of the begging orders that caused the depiction of St. Francis. Specifically, Franciscans, Minorites and Capuchins. An important chapter is also the piety of the Czech lands in the Baroque period, which demonstrates the revival of the veneration of St. Francis during the 17th and 18th centuries in Bohemia. All the above-mentioned parts provide the basis for the following chapters on specific illustrations. The iconography of the individual scenes is first described in a general depiction, including the world's most important examples. A large part of the work is devoted to individual works associated with the Czech environment. The most represented depictions are Stigmatization of St. Francis, Ecstasy, The Porciunculus Miracle or his Death. Last but not least, the work will focus on the monastery lunette cycles...
I give, so you would give. Analysis of Kryštof's Fischer Knihy hospodářské, that was published in Czech in 1706.
Pohlová, Kateřina ; Sládek, Miloš (advisor) ; Mikulec, Jiří (referee)
Anotation: The goal of this theses is an analysis of Czech edition of Kryštof's Fischer Knihy hospodářské from 1706, which was originally writen in Latin between 1679-1683. Kryštof Fischer was an administrator of Jesuit's agricultural property in Litoměřicko. The book consists of two parts. The first part concerns work on fields, ponds, breweries, gardens, orchards, vineyards, forests and farming. The second part describes agricultural administration and includes a calendar with a list of work recommendations. The theses is also focused on aspect of language and comparison between Latin, German and Czech edition.
The Subjects and their Governor. Manors Točník, Zbiroh and Králův Dvůr under the Authority of Samuel Ignatius de Bois (1670-1690)
Vacek, Josef ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Sládek, Miloš (referee)
The Subjects and their Governor. Manors Točník, Zbiroh and Králův Dvůr under the Authority of Samuel Ignatius de Bois (1670-1690) Abstract The diploma thesis focuses on the relationship between subjects and lordship, which in this case is represented by governor Samuel Ignatio de Bois. He administered the dominions Točník, Zbiroh and Králův Dvůr from 1670 until his death in 1690. During the two decades of his administration, a lot of archival material has been preserved, on which it is possible to study in which situations the subjects interacted with the lords and how these meetings took place. The paper is based on three main topics: registration of subjects, housing of desolate farms and dismissal of subjects on foreign dominions. Relevant sources were analysed for each of these topics and the findings were built on their basis. The main sources include, in particular, lists of subjects, correspondence between the governor and the Bohemian Royal Chamber, land books and the rich file material of the Zbiroh dominion. The main findings of the work include a description of the mechanisms of dismissal proceedings, the method of registration of subjects and the way in which the governor tried to occupy the empty farms. In all these cases, not only the pressure of the governor on the solution he is pushing for...
Library Recording of Czech Broadside Ballads According to RDA rules in MARC 21 format: Methodology and examples
Machová, Jitka
The methodology certified by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic provides detailed instructions for creating Czech broadside ballad records in libraries in the MARC21 format according to RDA rules, supplemented by a number of examples. It defines artefact-specific evidence fields for recording incipits and hymn references, also recommends approaches to recording other particular aspects to these prints.
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Baroque domes and the St. Francis of Assissi Church in Prague
Sýkora, Petr ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Pučalík, Marek (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the St. Francis of Assissi Church in the Old Town of Prague as a building with the first true dome on a drum, constructed by Jean Baptiste Mathey who was originally a painter. Thanks to him Prague got a building that is architecturally as significant as Rome's St. Peter's Basilica. The thesis also researches the attempts to emulate Roman architecture. Architects active in Bohemia had been trying to construct a dome over the nave from the beginning of the 17th century. However, they only accomplished a true dome with the arrival of Mathey. Even Carlo Lurago, who was the best-known architect of the time, didn't succeed to place a dome over the nave, although he tried it on many buildings. Giovanni Domenico Orsi, on the other hand, managed to include a dome-like shape in his buildings, but many of his projects didn't survive to this day or remained on paper. Besides the St. Francis Church itself, this thesis also deals with Roman inspirations. The construction of this church wouldn't have been possible if Mathey hadn't brought with him from Rome the latest knowledge about Roman architecture and buildings being constructed back then. He was undoubtedly influenced by Carlo Rainaldi and other outstanding Roman architects who were active at that time.

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