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Intro -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Translators' acknowledgements -- Authors' acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Introduction to the English edition -- Translators' note on terminology -- Translators' notes on names -- 1. The Irish and Bohemian Society - An Irish Island in a Bohemian Sea -- The road to emigration -- The Irish Franciscans and soldiers -- The Irish Franciscans and doctors -- The Irish Franciscans and other Irishmen -- The Irish Franciscans and the nobility -- The Irish Franciscans and their Prague neighbours -- 2. Between the Emperor and the Archbishop (1629-1636) -- The Irish province of the Order of Franciscans of the Stricter Observance: from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean and the Baltic -- Fallon's mission -- Patrick Fleming and his death -- The college statutes: a view of the household -- 3. The Irish Franciscans in the Service of the Archbishops of Prague (1636-1692) -- The seminary of Archbishop Harrach -- Anthony Bruodin: the double exile of the Scotist scholar -- The church by the Powder Gate -- 4. The Involuntary Path to Seclusion (1692-1730) -- Prolonged Tension in the College -- "The Hibernians, for money" -- Sapientia aedificavit sibi domum -- 5. The Disunited Crew of a Forgotten Ship (1730-1786) -- The course of events -- The protagonists: views from within -- A vague resolution: the question of education and authority -- The fading flame of Scotism -- 6. Ite, Missa Est26 -- Conventus -- Bona: mobilia et immobilia -- 7. Archives and Libraries -- Manuscript sources -- Period publications -- Literature -- Members of the Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary in Prague (1629-1786) -- Guardians of the Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary in Prague (1629-1786) -- Abbreviations -- Index.
At the end of the sixteenth century, Queen Elizabeth I forced the Irish Franciscans into exile. Of the four continental provinces to which the Irish Franciscans fled, the Prague Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conceptionof the Virgin Mary was the largest in its time. This monograph documents this intense point of contact betweentwo small European lands, Ireland and Bohemia. The Irish exiles changed the course of Bohemian history in significantways, both positive - the Irish students and teachers of medicine who contributed to Bohemia's culture and sciences- and negative - the Irish officers who participated in the murder of Albrecht of Valdštejn and their successors who served in the Imperial forces. Dealing with a hitherto largely neglected theme, Parez and Kucharová attemptto place the Franciscan College within Bohemian history and to document the activities of its members. This wealth of historical material from the Czech archives, presented in English for the first time, will be of great aid for international researchers, particularly those interested in Bohemia or the Irish diaspora.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.