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Between Lipany and White Mountain : essays in late medieval and early modern Bohemian history in modern Czech scholarship

James R. Palmitessa (Editor)
This book presents twelve essays by Czech historians on the history of the Czech lands from the middle of the fifteenth to the middle of the seventeenth century, previously published in Czech, which appear here for the first time in English
eBook, English, 2014
Brill, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2014
1 online resource (xix, 365 pages).
9789004277588, 9004277587
The social outcome of the Hussite Revolution / Robert Kalivoda (translated by Barbara Day)
The divided nation / Frantisek Smahel (translated by Barbara Day)
National and linguistic disputes in the Bohemian vicariate of the observant franciscans / Petr Hlavacek (translated by Christopher Hopkinson)
The arrival of Habsburg Archduke Ferdinand of Tyrol to Bohemia and his court / Vaclav Buzek (translated by Barbara Day)
The 'Bohemian question' in the sixteenth century / Frantisek Kavka and Anna Skybova (translated by Christopher Hopkinson)
The first lady of the kingdom / Josef Janacek (translated by Barbara Day)
Tolerance or co-existence? Relations between religious groups from the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries / Josef Valka (translated by Barbara Day)
On a case of sexual abuse and rape of a child before a city court / Petr Kreuz (translated by Christopher Hopkinson)
Culture, politics, and law in the lives of Charles of Zerotin the Elder and the Moravian nobility / Tomas Knoz (translated by Christopher Hopkinson)
The transformation of Bohemian religious brotherhoods in the early modern period / Jiri Mikulec (translated by Christopher Hopkinson)
Migration of the south Bohemian population before and after the Thirty Years War / Josef Grulich and Hermann Zeitlhofer (translated by Barbara day)
The exile / Lenka Bobkova (translated by Christopher Hopkinson). Chapter 7 Tolerance or Co-Existence? Relations between Religious Groups from the Fifteenth to Seventeenth CenturiesChapter 8 On a Case of Sexual Abuse and Rape of a Child before a City Court; Chapter 9 Culture, Politics, and Law in the Lives of Charles of Žerotín the Elder and the Moravian Nobility; Chapter 10 The Transformation of Bohemian Religious Brotherhoods in the Early Modern Period; Chapter 11 Migration of the South Bohemian Population Before and After the Thirty Years War; Chapter 12 The Exile; Select Bibliography; Ιndex
Translated from the Czech