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2017 | 1 | 7-22
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Western Frankish Chroniclers’ Accounts about the Bohemian and Central European History in the 10th and First Half of the 11th Century

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The study summarizes the information about Bohemia (and East Central Europe in general) that is given by the Western Frankish chronicles of the 10th and first half of the 11th centuries. These contributions were mostly omitted or refused by general majority of the Czech historiography. Recent changes of attitude to the relevance of these sources could bring a new view on these sources. The information about Bohemia contained in these sources could also help us to expose a possible relations and stereotypes about our region in Western Europe in the 10th and 11th century.
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  • Institute of World History, Faculty of Arts, Charles University
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