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Arnošt of Pardubice

Ernst of Pardubitz - gravestone in Assumption Church in Kłodzko, Poland

Arnošt z Pardubic (German: Ernst von Pardubitz; English: Ernest of Pardubice) (25 March 1297 probably in Glatz - 30 June 1364 in Raudnitz) was the first Archbishop of Prague. He was also an advisor and diplomat to Emperor Charles IV.

Ernst inherited the town of Pardubice in 1340. He became the bishop of Prague on 14 January 1343 and was commissioned the first Archbishop of Prague on 30 April 1344.[1] He ordered the monks to contribute to the newly founded Charles University (14th century), hence enhancing the quality of the education in the institution.

Literature

  • Jaroslav Polc: Ernst vom Pardubitz. In: Ferdinand Seibt, Lebensbilder zur Geschichte der böhmischen Länder, Bd. 3, 1978
  • Arnestus von Pardubitz. Grafschaft Glatzer Buchring, Band 35
  • Franz Albert: Das Testament des Erzbischofs Ernst von Pardubitz In: Glatzer Heimatblätter 1928, 81-86
  • Dehio-Handbuch der Kunstdenkmäler in Polen Schlesien, Deutscher Kunstverlag 2005, ISBN 3-422-03109-X
  • Zdeňka Hlediková: Kirche und König zur Zeit der Luxemburger. In: Bohemia Sacra. Düsseldorf 1974, S. 307-314
  • Zdeňka Hlediková, Jana Zachová: Život Arnošta z Pardubic podle Valentina Krautwalda (Das Leben des Ernst von Pardubitz erzählt von Valentin Krautwald), Pardubice 1997, ISBN 80-86046-25-7
  • Vilém z Hasenburka: Vita venerabilis Arnesti primi archiepiscopi ecclesie Pragensis / Život ctihodného Arnošta, prvniho arcibiskupa kostele pražskeho (lateinisch u. tschechisch), neu hg. von Česká křesťanská akademie, Prag 1994, ISBN 80-85795-12-4
  • V Chaloupecký: Arnošt z Pardubic, první arcibiskup pražský, Prag 1946
  • J. K. Vyskočil, Arnošt z Pardubic a jeho doba, Prag 1947

External links

  • The first archbishop was St. Ernst of Pardubitz, the advisor of Charles IV in his great undertakingsCatholic Encyclopedia:
  • http://www.apha.cz/biskupove_vypis.php?osoba=arnost_z_pard
  • http://www.grafschaft-glatz.de/kultur/kultur05.htm
  • http://www.kulturwerk-schlesien.de/kulturspiegel/staedte/portraits/art77,174.html

References

  1. ^ Martin Jan Vochoč: Kalenář historický národa českého, Praha 1940


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