[German Version] Bohemia and Moravia...
Who Was Buried in Grave H153 at Pohansko near Břeclav?
Edited by Jiri Machacek and Martin Wihoda
Contributors: are Stefan Eichert, David Kalhous, Pavel Kouřil, Jiří Macháček, Vladimír Sládek, Ivo Štefan, Martin Wihoda, Roman Zehetmayer.
Papal Power and Political Reality
The Political and Ecclesiastical Structures of Early Přemyslid Bohemia
Furthermore, an analysis of “otherness” in Saxon chronicles and a comparison of different traditions of St. Wenceslas and Great Moravia confirm the importance of the “Identitätsbildung”-process and “ideology” as stabilising factors in the new Přemyslid regnum.
Several Late Avar cemeteries dated to the last quarter of the 8th century are known from the lands north of the middle course of the river Danube, in what is today southern Slovakia and the valley of the Lower Morava (Fig. 8.1). 1 By contrast, only two cemeteries have so far been found in Moravia
First published in Czech by Vyšehrad Publishers Ltd as Jan z Moravy. Zapomenutý Lucemburk na aquilejském stolci, Prague, 2016
to the extent of fully engaging with the period since the 1920s. Studies exist in the Czech language about Slavic fascism in Moravia during the interwar period and the war years, and separatist currents are mentioned in them. 1 The issue is tangentially touched upon in works that deal with fascism
[German Version] Bohemia (in Czech, Čechy), 52,000 km2, and Moravia (in Czech, Morava), 22,000 km2, inhabited from the 6th century by the Slavs, from the 12th century increasingly also by Germans, are intertwined very closely in the history of their Christianity with developments in Central Europe
FROM COMPROMISE TO REBELLION: RELIGION AND POLITICAL POWER OF THE NOBILITY IN THE FIRST CENTURY OF THE HABSBURGS’ REIGN IN BOHEMIA AND MORAVIA VÁCLAV B ° U ¥ EK University of South Bohemia A In Bohemia and Moravia, a religious dualism prevailed following the Hussite revolution and the
Valentim de Morávia, Valentim Fernandes Alemão Date of Birth: Mid-15th century Place of Birth: Unknown; probably Moravia Date of Death: Between 1518 and May 1519 Place of Death: Unknown; probably in or near Lisbon Valentim Fernandes was a printer and publisher of German descent who lived and worked