Between Lipany and White Mountain : essays in late medieval and early modern Bohemian history in modern Czech scholarship / edited, with an introduction and bibliography by James R. Palmitessa ; translated by Barbara Day and Christopher Hopkinson.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Leiden, the Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, [2014]
  • ©2014
Description
xix, 365 pages ; 25 cm.

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Editor
Series
  • Studies in Central European histories ; v. 58. [More in this series]
  • Studies in Central European histories ; volume 58
Notes
Translated from the Czech.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
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).
ISBN
  • 9789004277571 (hardback : alk. paper)
  • 9004277579 (hardback : alk. paper)
ISSN
1547-1217
LCCN
2014018497
OCLC
881560287
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