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Central Europe’s first multinational democratic state, one in which the idea of the Czechoslovak nation as the main bearer of statehood dominated. For a short time in 1918, a separatist German province, Deutsch-Südmähren, existed in South Moravia, with a counterpart in North Moravia and partially in

In: Fascism

, these sixteen texts belong to a coherent, yet overlooked corpus of quodlibetal questions emerging from Central European universities, notably Prague and Erfurt, between 1400–1417. These witnesses are important for the topic of the present volume for at least three reasons. First, they occurred at the

In: Reading Proclus and the Book of Causes Volume 1

title of Aleksandra Koutny-Jones’s book—the subject of visual cultures of death in Central Europe—is consistent with that stream. Aleksandra Koutny-Jones is an art historian preoccupied with the characteristics of the art and architecture of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; her particular academic

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies
In: Meanings of Community across Medieval Eurasia

their expulsion from the missions did not mean the end of the Jesuit cartography of Spanish America. Many of the Jesuit scholars and mapmakers continued their work, most in Central Europe and the Italian Peninsula rather than in Spain itself. The Italian Peninsula, which became home to thousands of

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

necessarily result in a shared response between capercaillie and black grouse. In the central European lowlands and Britain however, capercaillie and black grouse habitat-ranges are comparably disjointed and less overlapping. This results in a more segregated pattern of local distributions of the two species

In: Animal Biology