Czech Hisory

Czech Hisory - Day 1, June 18 6th 7th Century Slavs Celts...

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Day 1, June 18 - 6 th – 7 th Century Slavs Celts Germanic Tribes Very primitive Pagan, Non Christian - 9 th Century o Christianization starts slowly o Tension between Western and Eastern influences Roman Christians from the West, Byzantine influence from the Slavic east. Western influence prevails - Romanesque architecture style very rare now in Czech Republic o Rotunda of St. Martin Oldest circular church in Prague Bad architecture not advanced at this point. The better the architecture, the bigger the windows. These windows were small. - Vysehrad o It is ascribed of a place that was in some way or another playing a central role in many of the major historic events in the development of Czech history. - Premuslovci – Local Dynasty o Until 1306 - St. Vaclav o Until 929 o Entered into alliance with Roman empire, helped Czech incur western influence His brother preferred the Czech state remained free of outside influence Vaclav assassinated by his brother, then canonized as a saint of the Czech people - Gothic Period (late 13 th – early 15 th century) o Urbanization
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2008 for the course THTR 101 taught by Professor Dashiell-sparks during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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Czech Hisory - Day 1, June 18 6th 7th Century Slavs Celts...

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