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By David Kalhous

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An research of the early Přemyslid realm presents a chance for spotting the significance of other elements all for the formation of reliable social constructions within the early medieval regnum. The modern narrative emphasizes the significance of violence, the place the Přemyslid princes and their strong retinues imposed princely will on elites and freemen in Bohemia and Moravia. besides the fact that, our cognizance additionally turns to the complex proof of assumed robust cavalry armies and the significance of verbal exchange among prince, elites and church, a little problematizing the position of violence because the basic instrument of governance.
Furthermore, an research of “otherness” in Saxon chronicles and a comparability of other traditions of St. Wenceslas and nice Moravia be certain the significance of the “Identitätsbildung”-process and “ideology” as stabilising components within the new Přemyslid regnum.

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Století (Prague: Academia, 1980), 5–73; Milan Zápotocký, “Slovanské osídlení na Děčínsku,” AR 29 (1977): 521–553; Martin Ježek, “Jaroměřsko v raném středověku,” AR 59 (2007): 523–570. 68 Jiří Sláma, “Příspěvek k vnitřní kolonizaci raněstředověkých Čech,” AR 19 (1967): 433–445. 69 See Jan Frolík and Jiří Sigl, Chrudimsko v raném středověku: Vývoj osídlení a jeho proměny (Hradec Králové: Muzeum východních Čech, 1995), 5–7; Cf. also Jan Frolík and Jiří Sigl, “Development of Early Medieval Settlement and Related Structural Changes Within the Chrudim Region: A Research Contribution,” PA 86 (1995): 63–104.

88 Cf. in n. 33. 89 Richard P. Abels, Lordship and Military Obligations in Anglo-Saxon England (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988), 161–171, 173–175, 179–185. Abels also points out the employment of the housecarls, king’s men, in the collection of taxes. Nicholas Hooper, “The Housecarls in England in the Eleventh Century,” in Anglo-Norman Warfare: AngloNorman Studies in Late-Saxon and Anglo-Norman Military Organisation and Warfare, edited by Matthew Strickland (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1992), 1–16.

151–156. See Leyser, “Henry I”, 11–42. ” 85 See Hollister, Anglo-Saxon Military Institutions, 16–24. According to this study, they were probably financed from the Dane-/Heregeld. , 27–31. , 24–27, 38–58; Charles W. Hollister, “Five-Hide Unit and the Old English Military System,” Spaeculum 36 (1961): 61–74. The transformation of the meaning of the hide, from the foundations of a “building” to the “estate”—with kinship connotations—proves John F. McGovern, “The Hide and Related Land-Tenure Concept in Anglo-Saxon England, ad 700–1100,” Traditio 28 (1972): 101–118.

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