Dva životy vsi v přemyslovském loveckém hvozdu. Bratronice v raném středověku
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TWO LIVES OF A VILLAGE LOCATED IN A PŘEMYSLID HUNTING FOREST. BRATRONICE IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
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The article considers the importance of the royal hunting forest in the vicinity of the Křivoklát kastle in the medieval period and the changes in its utilization. Special attention is devoted to the settlement area that originated in the 12th century and the local villages, which generally became extinct in the course of the following century. The evaluation of the archeological finds from one of these settlements poses the question of the social status of its inhabitants and at the same time uncovers a source of errors in the dating of local pottery, which served as the basis for the archaeological opinions about the development of the royal castles in the region.
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