Vymezování hranic a prezentace přítomnosti. Pohřby jako konfliktní téma vícekonfesní společnosti předbělohorských českých a moravských vrchnostenských měst
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Delimitation of borders and demonstration of the presence. Funerals as a confrontational issue of multicultural society in the Bohemian and Moravian post-White-Mountain seigneurial towns
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The study analyses conflicts, which occurred in the Bohemian and Moravian seigneurial towns in the 16th and early 17th century in connection with funerals of the burghers and other citizens in these towns. In the conflicts, the author applies a thesis by one of the authors of the confessionalization concept according to which the individual confessions paid increased attention to disciplination of religious rituals to strengthen their own inner cohesion and determine themselves against their religious opponents. He interprets the inter-confessional conflicts in the context of individual confessions, which occurred in the multi-confessional milieu of seigneurial towns especially in the last quarter of the 16th and the first two decades of the 17th century. He also follows the gradual politicization of these local conflicts, which the evangelic estates used in their disputes with the Catholic ruler and their application in the contemporary propaganda.
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