Vladislaus Henry

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Vladislaus Henry did not have a residence that would be comparable to Prague Castle, but it seems that he came to like the old ducal castle in Znojmo already during his first margraviate in 1192–1194.

Author: Martin Wihoda

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004303836

Category: History

Page: 380

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In Vladislaus Henry Martin Wihoda offers a biography of this ruler, who ruled the Margraviate of Moravia from 1198 to 1222, and also reflects on the beginnings of the politically emancipated community of the Moravians during the 13th century.

Ulwencreutz s The Royal Families in Europe V

Svatopluk Olomoucký (Sventopluk of Olomouc) (1107–1109) Vladislav I. (Vladislaus) (1109–1117) Bořivoj II. ... (1192–1193) Jindřich Břetislav (Henry Bretislaus) (1193–1197) Vladislav Jindřich (Vladislaus Henry) (1197) ...

Author: Lars Ulwencreutz

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781304581358

Category: History

Page: 486

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Ulwencreutz's Royal Families in Europe V - A brief history of the ruling houses during the last 2000 years. From the house of La Tour d'Auvergne to the house of Zahringen.

Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages 500 1300 2 vols

... the king had the firm support of this brother, the margrave of Moravia, Vladislav Henry.105 Přemysl I Otakar was among the electors who designated Frederick II king, and as a reward, the emperor acknowledged the new status of the ...

Author: Florin Curta

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004395190

Category: History

Page: 1426

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This book offers an an overview of the current state of research and a basic route map for navigating an abundant historiography available in 10 different languages. The book is also an invitation to comparison between various parts of the region over the same period.

Great Pilgrimage Sites of Europe

... 62 Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes 68, 71, 72 Santa Maria Maggiore 193, 193, 194 Shrine of our Lady of Częstochowa 116, 119 Shrines of Our Lady of Walsingham 26, 29, 31 Vladislaus II of Opole 116 Vladislaus Henry, Margrave 158, 161 ...

Author: Derry Brabbs

Publisher: White Lion Publishing

ISBN: 9780711245112

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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An unsurpassable, visual tour of the greatest pilgrimage sites of Europe, from North to South; East to West. Pilgrimage in Europe is currently thriving on a scale that simply could not have been envisaged just a few decades ago. Not only are greater numbers of people now emulating the medieval pilgrims who made their way on foot across Europe to the shrines of martyred apostles in Rome (SS Peter and Paul), Santiago de Compostela (St James) and Trondheim (St Olav), but international religious tourism is also thriving and millions each year are now travelling by air, rail and road to Europe’s major pilgrimage churches and famous sites of Marian Apparition such as Lourdes (France) and Fatima (Portugal). This book covers those key pilgrimage sites as well as many lesser known ones such as the Marian Sanctuary of La Salette in the French Alps, the cave sanctuary of Covadonga in Northern Spain, the majestic twenty-first-century basilica of Our Lady of Licheń in Poland and the Chapel of Grace in Altötting, Bavaria. It comprises an atmospheric and colourful portrayal of the pilgrimage churches and cathedrals adorned with sculpture, art and iconography associated not only with the Virgin Mary but also the national saints and Early Christian martyrs revered by both Catholic and Anglican faiths alike. En route the reader will see some of the world’s most impressive examples of medieval art and architecture set amidst historic townscapes or spectacular landscapes. This volume will serve as both an enticement to take to the road, a treasured aide memoire for those who have visited at least some of these iconic places and hopefully, a source of comfort and inspiration for those unable to travel abroad from wherever they live in the world.

The Ideal Ruler in Medieval Bohemia

Vladislas I (died 1125) 255, 281, 35.1367 Vladislas II (I) (Vladislav II) (c. 1110–1174) 64, 83–85, 95, 97,118-119, 122, 150, 197, 216–217, 343-344, 351,354, 357, 367 Vladislaus Henry (Vladislas Henry) (c. 1160/1165–1222) 96, ...

Author: Robert Antonín

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004341128

Category: History

Page: 416

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The Ideal Ruler in Medival Bohemia discusses the development of medieval concepts and ideas about just and unjust rulership in medieval Bohemia. This theme is examined in the context of the European political thinking between 6th and 14th centuries.

John of Moravia between the Czech Lands and the Patriarchate of Aquileia ca 1345 1394

2 (2001), 209–230. Wihoda, Martin. Morava v doběknížecí906–1197 [Moravia in the Age of the Dukes 906– 1197] (Prague: NLN, 2010). Wihoda, Martin. Vladislaus Henry: The Formation of Moravian Identity, East Central and ...

Author: Ondřej Schmidt

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004407893

Category: History

Page: 364

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This book offers a critical biography of John of Moravia, illegitimate member of the Luxembourg dynasty, provost of Vyšehrad, bishop of Litomyšl and eventually patriarch of Aquileia († 1394), in the widder context of the Czech and Italian history.

Introduction to Medieval Europe 300 1500

Wihoda, Martin (2015), Vladislaus Henry: The Formation of Moravian Identity (Leiden/Boston: Brill). Wilson, David MacKenzie (2004), The Bayeux Tapestry, 2nd edn (London: Thames & Hudson). Wiszewski, Przemyslaw (2010), Domus Bolezlai: ...

Author: Wim Blockmans

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351598446

Category: History

Page: 498

View: 297


Introduction to Medieval Europe 300–1500 provides a comprehensive survey of this complex and varied formative period of European history, covering themes as diverse as barbarian migrations, the impact of Christianisation, the formation of nations and states, the emergence of an expansionist commercial economy, the growth of cities, the Crusades, the effects of plague, and the intellectual and cultural life of the Middle Ages. The book explores the driving forces behind the formation of medieval society and the directions in which it developed and changed. In doing this, the authors cover a wide geographic expanse, including Western interactions with the Byzantine Empire and the Islamic World. This third edition contains a wealth of new features that help to bring this fascinating era to life, including: In the book: A number of new maps and images to further understanding of the period Clear signposting and extended discussions of key topics such as feudalism and gender Expanded geographic coverage into Eastern Europe and the Middle East On the companion website: An updated, comparative and interactive timeline, highlighting surprising synchronicities in medieval history, and annotated links to useful websites A list of movies, television series and novels related to the Middle Ages, accompanied by introductions and commentaries Assignable discussion questions and the maps, plates, figures and tables from the book available to download and use in the classroom Clear and stimulating, the third edition of Introduction to Medieval Europe is the ideal companion to studying Europe in the Middle Ages at undergraduate level.