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2015 | 1(2) | 41-58
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Rycerz, wojownik, poeta. Okołoliterackie aspekty kultury rycerskiej na Śląsku i jej czeskie inspiracje

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The knight, the warrior and the poet. Literary aspects of the chivalric culture in the Silesia and its Bohemian inspirations
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One of the effects of the incorporation of Silesia into the Czech political influences between 13th and 14th centuries was the adaptation of the Czech customs by the Silesian Dukes from the royal Piast Dynasty. The frequent visits of the House of Luxembourg to the castles of the knights from the Piast Dynasty and the upbringing in Bohemia might have resulted in the custom of the tournaments. The development of the medieval poetry in Silesia was the result of the visits of famous artists and the compositions created in Silesia were equally valued as the works of Western poets. That was also due to the contacts with Bohemia, where German literature was greatly admired and followed.
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41-58
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