ISSN : 2570-6861 (Print), 2570-687X (Online)
Vedoucí redaktor : Kateřina Spurná

Nově nalezené tisky z knihovny českokrumlovského humanisty Martina Mareše

From 1487, Martin Mareš studied with the financial support of his brother-in-law Václav of Rovné, a chancellor of the South Bohemian Rožmberk family, at the University of Bologna, where he received the degree of Doctor of Canon Law in 1494. He was one of the favourite students of the leading Italian…

Exemplář Kalendáře historického Daniela Adama z Veleslavína z roku 1590 a osudy jeho prvního majitele, neznámého Jiřího Mělnického z Greifenfelsu

Based primarily on archival sources, the article presents new relevant facts about the life of Jiří [Georgius] Mělnický of Greifenfels († 1619), the first owner of a copy of Kalendář historický printed by Daniel Adam of Veleslavín in 1590. Concerning this copy, significant research attention has…

Slezské zámecké knihovny na okraji zájmu

This study is devoted to the hitherto neglected issue of the care of Silesian castle libraries after 1945. A general introduction and a brief outline of the history and functioning of the National Cultural Commission as the central body for the administration of state cultural property are followed…

O Přibíkovi z Ostrého a jeho knihách

The study deals with the list of ‘books’ written probably shortly after 1420 on the rear pastedown of the National Museum Library manuscript XVI F 11. This list is likely to have been made by the owner of the manuscript at that time, Přibík from Ostrý, but no further information on him is available…

Knihovna na zámku Jindřichův Hradec

The library of the Counts Czernin of Chudenitz at the castle in Jindřichův Hradec was created as an addition to the local archives. An important part of the library collection comes from the estate of Eugen Karl Count Czernin (1796–1868) and a different part of this collection originates from…

Neznámý plzeňský tiskař Antonín Bardoun

The article summarises information on the Pilsen amateur printer, graphic artist and bibliophile Antonín Bardoun. It contains an inventory of his prints and graphic sheets. It records significant events of his life and describes his fate.