- Year of publication: 2019
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- Pages: 3-8
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Vojtěch/Adalbertus, Bishop of Prague (between 983 and 23 April 997) came from the Slavník family and belonged to a ”network” of people related to the Saxon dynasty. He was also connected with the Přemyslids and through them, to the Piast dynasty. Consequently, he enjoyed enormous prestige when promoting ideals of the time (criticism of serfdom and clerical marriage).
The goal of this article is to indicate the political circumstances which led to the Czech king’s assumption of the Prague throne as an oath of fealty to the ruler of the Reich. The article discusses the political situation in the late 10th and the early 11th centuries: the weakness of Bohemia following the death of Boleslaus II, the power of Bolesław the Brave and the circumstances accompanying his occupation of Prague together with king Henry II’s interference in Czech affairs.
Cemeteries are important sources of knowledge in historical research, especially social history of a specific area. Objects of sepulchral art, typically found in cemeteries (gravestones, tombs, chapels) with the original inscriptions and epitaphs, are unique sources which oftentimes enrich the obscure descriptive sources.
In the following paper the authors decided to discuss the „diplomatic” correspondence of the Anna Radziwiłłowa (de domo Mycielska) and the diary of the baron Charles de Saint-Pol, which are nowadays in the repertory of the Central Archives of Historical Records in Warsaw, touching the matter of the action took by the second wife of the Michał Kazimierz Radziwiłł „Rybeńko” in the case of his son „Panie Kochanku” (Karol Stanisław Radziwiłł) in the 1764.
This article is about Jan de La Croon from Werth. At the end of the war he was commander in Plzeň but during five years of service he raised to prominence as one of the most significanat individuals in the imperial army. This article presents the changes in the Imperial Army during the Thirty Years‘ War by resorting to the example of Jan de La Croon (1600-1655).
This article takes a fresh look on the status of Galicia within the Habsburg Monarchy between the late 18th and the early 20th century, presenting the obstacles and opportunities of economic growth faced by imperial policy-makers. At the same time, an analysis is presented of the impact of the imperial experience on the process of forging national identities. The emphasis has been placed on how the increasing national fragmentation in a multi-cultural region affected economic prosperity.
rozwój gospodarczy Galicja Monarchia habsburska ponadregionalny podział pracy tożsamości narodowe historia imperialna Galicia Habsburg Monarchy economic development transregional division of labour national identities Empire history
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