Vienna Cyrillo Methodian Homilies from the 18th century

Název česky Vídeňská cyrilometodějská kázání 18. století


Rok publikování 2015
Druh Kapitola v knize
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Filozofická fakulta

Popis The article deals with the topic of Viennese preachings on Sts. Cyril and Methodius written in German (see studies and articles by B. Zlámal, 1938, A. Mais, 1957/58, M. Kopecký, 1965, M. Hashemi, 2010 and V. Maňas, 2013).preachings on Cyril and Methodius: B. Zlámal and M. Kopecký knew 29 texts from the 1st half of the 18th century available in the Czech Nákel Collection; A. Mais worked with 58 texts from various funds in Vienna, V. Maňas described the nine homilies in the Moravian Library in Brno from the 18th century (four remaining texts are still missing – from 1709, 1711, 1713 and 1714). The greatest collection of homilies (60) was found (by the author of the present study) in the monastic library of Klosterneuburg. In respect to Czech funds, the monastic library in Rajhrad is a significant fund of rare texts, which may also be found in the collections of the Capuchin Order in Prague. The author briefly specifies the inter-textual connections among texts (based on comparison with previous research). Various historiographic sources quoted in the preachings are partly false, in fact those quotations are mostly taken from Sacra Moraviae historia sive Vita SS. Cyrilli et Methudii (1710, written by a Czech Catholic priest Jan Jiří Středovský), including the historical and pseudo - historical motives of Cyril and Methodius’s lives, and the type of Baroque Slavism (taken from Středovský’s Mercurius Moraviae memorabilis, 1705).

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