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Lipolt Krajíř z Krájku ve víru husitských válek

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Title in English Lipolt Krajíř of Kraig in the Hussite wars


Year of publication 2018
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Studia Mediaevalia Bohemica
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Faculty of Arts

Keywords Lipolt Krajíř of Kraig; Sigismund of Luxembourg; Albrecht II of Habsburg; České Budějovice; Bohemia; Moravia; Austria; Hussite wars
Description The topic of this article is the engagement of Lipolt Krajíř of Kraig († 1433) in the Hussite wars. Krajíř was among the innumerable members of Sigismund of Luxembourg’s retinue who actively fought the Hussites in three central European lands. Lipolt’s importance within the Catholic party is especially proven by the fact that he was transferred—by Sigismund of Luxembourg and then by the Austrian Duke and Moravian Margrave Albert II of Habsburg—to places which were long threatened by the Hussites (České Budějovice) or actually under attack by them (Moravia, Austria).
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