The Holy Roman Empire and the Kingdom of Bohemia Medieval Conceptions of Authority and Insurrection Authority in Hussite Bohemia
2. Law, Revolution, And Represention
Legal Tradition and Legal Systems Bohemia's Jurists and Legal Resources Law and the Hussite Revolution
3. For The Common Good: The Bohemian Land Law The Writing of The Bohemian Land Law The Lawbook of Ondrej z Dube Understanding The Bohemian Land Law
4. The Hussite Revolution: The Confluence Of Religious, Political, And Legal Beliefs From Religious Thought to Politics and Legal Beliefs The Hussites' Understanding of Their Legal and Political World Manifestos of Appeal
5. In Search Of Continuity: Czech Nobles' Conceptions Late Medieval Christianity in Bohemia: The Slippery Line between Orthodoxy and Heresy Czech Nobles on the Line The Diet of Caslav and the Formal Rejection of Sigismund: A Confluence of Thought Connections, Ramifications, and Implications Bibliography Index.
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In For the Common Good: The Bohemian Land Law and the Beginning of the Hussite Revolution Jeanne E. Grant presents an interpretation of the mentality of leading nobles within the Czech kingdom to understand their political actions in the Hussite Revolution. The nobles' viewpoint derived from a confluence of legal, political, and religious ideas. Analyzing these ideas in the law book written by Ondrej z Dube, manifestos, and political documents, Jeanne E. Grant shows that both Hussite and Catholic representatives of the kingdom who participated in the revolution adhered to consistent and widespread conceptions of their relationship to the kingdom, crown, and king that compelled them to defend the common good as they understood it. (source: Nielsen Book Data)