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Kniha: Prague under the Luxembourgs in pictures - Petr Urban; František Kadlec

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rostřednictvím kouzelníka Žita a dvou dětí ze současnosti se čtenáři dostávají do lucemburské Prahy a pronikají do jejích tajů tím nejlepším způsobem: skrze velké barevné ... (celý popis)
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Nakladatelství: » Albatros
Médium / forma: Tištěná kniha
Rok vydání: 2006-09-12
Počet stran: 28
Rozměr: 240 x 340 mm
Úprava: 27 stran : barev. ilustrace
Vydání: 1st English ed.
Název originálu: Praha lucemburská v obrazech
Spolupracovali: illustrations Petr Urban, Eva a Lubomír Anlaufovi
translation Johana Gallupová
Vazba: vázaná s laminovaným potahem
ISBN: 9788000017372
EAN: 9788000017372
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rostřednictvím kouzelníka Žita a dvou dětí ze současnosti se čtenáři dostávají do lucemburské Prahy a pronikají do jejích tajů tím nejlepším způsobem: skrze velké barevné ilustrace, které nejenže co nejpřesněji rekonstruují tehdejší stavby podle dostupných materiálů, ale jejich prostředí zabydlují věcmi každodenního života až do těch nejmenších detailů. Kniha může posloužit i jako výborný doplněk k výuce českých dějin.

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Along the Royal Route

“This is the year 1347 and Prague is getting ready for the coronation of the future Bohemian king, Charles IV”,

said Žito as we landed on the ground again. The coronation ceremony, as Žito explained to us, was determined by

Charles IV himself. The ceremony began at Vyšehrad from where the festive procession, lead by the monarch, the

Archbishop of Prague and other prelates, princes and noblemen, went on along the so-called Royal Route. It lead

from the Powder Tower through Celetna Street and across Old Town Square towards Charles Bridge. After crossing

the river, it continued across Lesser Town Square and

up Neruda street, finally reaching Prague Castle.

There were a lot of people

everywhere and streets

were flanked by curious crowds

who wanted to see the new

King. Of course we could

not miss such a sight, so

we blended in with the

crowd.

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The capitular Church of St Peter

and Paul was rebuilt under the order

of Charles IV after 1364. The total

length of the church was 110 m.

The western main gate to Vyšehrad, later

called Špička. This building, almost 30 m

wide, was a kind of gateway fortress with

nine oriel turrets on the gallery.

One day before the coronation, the future

king, accompanied by prelates, left for

Vyšehrad. Here, in the ancient seat of the

Přemyslids, he put on the bast fibre shoes

that Přemysl the Plowman, founder of

the dynasty, used to wear. Over his shoulder

he hung a peasant pouch. With this act, he

expressed his reverence for the Přemyslid

tradition of the Czechs.

Bast fibre shoes

One of the thirteen original gates of the Old Town ramparts, called

Odraná Gate, was located at the beginning of Celetná street where

the Royal Route began. Its importance grew towards the end of the

14th century when a new

royal court (Králův

dvůr) was built in its

neighborhood. King

Wenceslas IV lived

here from 1383 on.

Stepped Gable

Pocket Sack

Half-timbered

Masonry


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To the merriment of

Prague’s citizens, bakers

who cheated their

customers were immersed

into the river in wicker

baskets. This peculiar

kind of punishment was

meant to reform these

cunning masters at least

for a while.

The river Vltava was not only

a source of water and fish

but also a busy thoroughfare.

Wood and also building

materials for the construction

of the cathedral were brought

to Prague on water. In 1364,

a prohibition against polluting

the river was issued.

Charles Bridge is an outstanding technical achievement. It rests on 16 semicircular

bridge-arches faced with chiseled sand stone blocks. According to medieval method,

eggs were added to the mortar to make it harder.

The bridge became an important center of city life. Coronation

ceremonies crossed the bridge, and it was also a site where business,

judicial proceedings and tournaments took place.

Stone Bridge

(later called

Charles Bridge)

was built under

Charles IV in 1357 at

the location of the

12th century Judith’s

Bridge, which had

been destroyed.

The 27-year old Peter

Parler supervised its

construction. The bridge

was finished at the

beginning of the 15th

century. It is 516 m long

and 10 m wide.

On the morning following

the festive procession,

the Archbishop with prelates

and noblemen entered the King’s

bedchamber and the waking

ceremony began. The future king

was dressed and smoked with incense.

Then he continued in the festive

procession to the church for the

coronation ceremony.

The ceremonial coronation

sword from the time of

Charles IV is also called

St Wenceslas’s Sword.

A cross-shaped opening

in its blade allegedly contained

a relic of St Wenceslas. The

sword is 93,5 cm long and has

been preserved as a part of the

Coronation Jewels.

The Romanesque

palatial All

Saints Chapel

from the 12th

century was

rebuilt after 1370

by Peter Parler

in Gothic style,

according to

Sainte-Chapelle

in Paris.

Half-timbered

half-story

Oriel Turret

Arcades




       
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