Internace Jana Augusty na Křivoklátu jako příklad konfesního násilí a problém její interpretace
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Internment of Jan Augusta in Křivoklát as an example of confessional violence and the problem of its interpretation
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The internment of Jan Augusta (1548–1564) is one of the best-known examples of confessional violence against the historical Bohemian Brethren. Although the goal of the detention was Augusta‘s conversion to one of the legal religious parties in the country, it did not proceed until he became excluded from participation in management of the Bohemian Brethren as a result of a conflict with leaders of this minority confessional community. However, interpretation of Augusta‘s case is more complicated by the fact that according to representatives of the royal power, but also testimony of several representatives of the non-Catholic representatives, he was persecuted for his political engagement. The existing research has not paid sufficient attention to this aspect so far.
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