THE DIARIUM OF P. VACLAV VOJTECH BERENKLAU AND OTHER PRIESTS' NOTES FROM BAROQUE BOHEMIA
This article presents the little known diary entries of the priest P. Vaclav Vojtech Berenklau (died 1699) primarily from the Kladruby period of his activities (1675-1677). An attempt is also made to compare his diary with a fragment from 1662-1663 of a priest's diary belonging to P. Jan Manner in Prague and the as yet largely unexamined diary specimens from the famous P. Bartolomej Michal Zelenka from the time he was active in Brandys nad Labem. In addition to these diaries, the diary is also compared with notes made by the distinguished Baroque preacher and writer O. F. De Waldt.
Jiri Wolf, Muzeum mesta Duchcova, Masarykova 7, 419 01 Duchcov, Czech Republic; http://dlib.lib.cas.cz/4651/
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