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  1. Sigismund Korybut - Wikipedia

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    Sigismund Korybut began negotiations with Sigismund of Hungary, with an intention to reconcile the Catholics and Hussites. However, his political career came to an end in 1427, when by the initiative of suspicious Prague Taborites, he was imprisoned in Valdštejn Castle for the organization of a revolt in Prague.

  2. Sigismund Korybut | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Sigismund Korybut (Belarusian language: Жыгімонт Карыбутавіч ; Polish language: Zygmunt Korybutowicz Lithuanian language Žygimantas Kaributaitis Czech language Zikmund Korybutovič Ukrainian language Жиґимонт Корибутович , c. 1395 – 1435 near Pabaiskas) was a duke from the Gediminid dynasty, best known as a military commander of the Hussite army and a ...

  3. Sigismund - Wikipedia

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    Sigismund Korybut (c. 1395-c. 1435), Lithuanian duke who participated in Hussite Wars Sigismund II, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau (died after 1452) Sigismund, Archduke of Austria (1427–1496), ruler of Further Austria

  4. prince Sigismund Korybut (c.1373 - 1435) - Genealogy

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    Genealogy profile for prince Sigismund Korybut. Zygmunt Korybutowicz, Zygmunt Korybut (ur. ok. 1395?, zm. wrzesień 1435) – książę litewski, syn Korybuta Olgierdowicza, bratanek Władysława Jagiełły, pretendent do korony czeskiej.

  5. Războaiele Husite - Wikipedia

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    Sigismund Korybut a rămas pentru puțin timp în fruntea Boemiei, fiind rechemat în Lituania, după o înțelegere între Vladislav II Iagello și Sigismund. După plecarea lui Sigismund Korybut a izbucnit războiul civil , taboriții luptându-se cu utraquiștii moderați, care în acea perioadă mai erau numiți și "praghezi", dat fiind ...

    • 30 iulie 1419 – 30 mai 1434
    • nedecis. Eventuală înfrângere a husiților radicali, victorie a husiților moderați
  6. Hussite Crusade | Crusades Wiki | Fandom

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    Sigismund Korybut, however, remained a short time in Bohemia, as in 1423 he was called to come back to Lithuania, after Jagiello had made a treaty with Sigismund. On his departure, civil war broke out, the Taborites opposing in arms the more moderate Utraquists, who at this period are also called by the chroniclers the "Praguers", as Prague was ...

  7. VIAF ID: 38477682 (Personal)

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    Title Sources; Enc. powsz. PWN, 1962-1969: Enc. powsz. Ultima Thule, 1930- : Grudzień 1970, 1983: Życie i działalność Zygmunta Korybutowicza [Texte imprimé] : studium z dziejów stosunków polsko-czeskich w pierwszej połowie XV wieku

  8. Hussite Wars | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    • Origins
    • The Outbreak of Fighting
    • Wagenburg Tactics
    • The First Anti-Hussite Crusade
    • The Second Anti-Hussite Crusade
    • Civil War
    • Polish and Lithuanian Involvement
    • The Third Anti-Hussite Crusade
    • Campaigns of 1426 and 1427
    • Beautiful Rides
    • Peace Talks
    • The Fifth Anti-Hussite Crusade
    • New Negotiations and The Defeat of Radical Hussites
    • Peace Agreement
    • Aftermath
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    Starting around 1402, priest and scholar Jan Hus denounced the corruption of the Church and the Papacy, and promoted the reformist ideas of English theologian John Wycliffe. His preaching was widely heeded in Bohemia, and provoked repression by the Church, which had declared Wycliffe a heretic. In 1411, in the course of the Western Schism, \\"Antipope\\" John XXIII proclaimed a \\"crusade\\" against King Ladislaus of Naples, the protector of rival Pope Gregory XII. To raise money for this, he authori...

    The death of Wenceslaus resulted in renewed troubles in Prague and in almost all parts of Bohemia. Many Catholics, mostly Germans — mostly still faithful to the Pope — were expelled from the Bohemian cities. Wenceslaus' widow Sophia of Bavaria, acting as regent in Bohemia, hurriedly collected a force of mercenaries and tried to gain control of Prague, which led to severe fighting. After a considerable part of the city had been damaged or destroyed, the parties declared a truce on 13 November....

    Depending on the terrain, Hussites prepared carts for the battle, forming them into squares or circles. The carts were joined wheel to wheel by chains and positioned aslant, with their corners attached to each other, so that horses could be harnessed to them quickly, if necessary. In front of this wall of carts a ditch was dug by camp followers. The crew of each cart consisted of 16-22 soldiers: 4-8 crossbowmen, 2 handgunners, 6-8 soldiers equipped with pikes or flails (the flail was the Huss...

    After the death of his childless brother Wenceslaus, Sigismund inherited a claim on the Bohemian crown, though it was then, and remained till much later, in question whether Bohemia was an hereditary or an elective monarchy. A firm adherent of the Church of Rome, Sigismund was aided by Pope Martin V, who issued a bull on 17 March 1420 proclaiming a crusade “for the destruction of the Wycliffites, Hussites and all other heretics in Bohemia\\". Sigismund and many German princes arrived before Pra...

    Internal troubles prevented the followers of Hus from fully capitalizing on their victory. At Prague a demagogue, the priest Jan Želivský, for a time obtained almost unlimited authority over the lower classes of the townsmen; and at Tábor a religious communistic movement (that of the so-called Adamites) was sternly suppressed by Žižka. Shortly afterwards a new crusade against the Hussites was undertaken. A large German army entered Bohemia and in August 1421 laid siege to the town of Žatec. A...

    Bohemia was for a time free from foreign intervention, but internal discord again broke out, caused partly by theological strife and partly by the ambition of agitators. On 9 March 1422, Jan Želivský was arrested by the town council of Prague and beheaded. There were troubles at Tábor also, where a more radical party opposed Žižka's authority.

    The Hussites were aided at various times by Poland. Because of this, Jan Žižka arranged for the crown of Bohemia to be offered to King Władysław II Jagiełło of Poland, who, under pressure from his own advisors, refused it. The crown was then offered to Władysław's cousin, Vytautas, the Grand Duke of Lithuania. Vytautas accepted it, with the condition that the Hussites reunite with the Catholic Church. In 1422, Žižka accepted Prince Sigismund Korybut of Lithuania (nephew of Władysław II) as re...

    Papal influence had meanwhile succeeded in calling forth a new crusade against Bohemia, but it resulted in complete failure. In spite of the endeavours of their rulers, Poles and Lithuanians did not wish to attack the kindred Czechs; the Germans were prevented by internal discord from taking joint action against the Hussites; and the King of Denmark, who had landed in Germany with a large force intending to take part in the crusade, soon returned to his own country. Free for a time from forei...

    In 1426 the Hussites were again attacked by foreign enemies. In June 1426 Hussite forces, led by Prokop and Sigismund Korybut, signally defeated German invaders in the Battle of Aussig.Despite this result, the death of Jan Žižka caused many, including Pope Martin V, to believe that the Hussites were much weakened. Martin proclaimed yet another crusade in 1427. He appointed Cardinal Henry Beaufort of England as Papal Legate of Germany, Hungary, and Bohemia, to lead the crusader forces. The cru...

    During the Hussite Wars, the Hussites launched raids against many bordering countries. The Hussites called them Spanilé jízdy (\\"beautiful rides\\"). Especially under the leadership of Prokop the Great, Hussites invaded Silesia, Saxony, Hungary, Lusatia, and Meissen. These raids were against countries that had supplied the Germans with men during the anti-Hussite crusades, to deter further participation. However, the raids did not have the desired effect; these countries kept supplying soldiers...

    The almost uninterrupted series of victories of the Hussites now rendered vain all hope of subduing them by force of arms. Moreover, the conspicuously democratic character of the Hussite movement caused the German princes, who were afraid that such ideas might spread to their own countries, to desire peace. Many Hussites, particularly the Utraquist clergy, were also in favour of peace. Negotiations for this purpose were to take place at the ecumenical Council of Basel which had been summoned...

    On 1 August 1431 a large army of crusaders under Frederick I, Elector of Brandenburg, whom Cardinal Cesarini accompanied as papal legate, crossed the Bohemian border. On 8 August the crusaders reached the city of Domažlice and began besieging it. On 14 August, a Hussite relief army reinforced with some 6,000 Polish Hussites and under the command of Prokop the Great arrived, and completely routed the crusaders at the resulting Battle of Domažlice. As the legend has it, upon seeing the Hussite...

    On 15 October 1431, the Council of Basel issued a formal invitation to the Hussites to take part in its deliberations. Prolonged negotiations ensued; but finally a Hussite embassy, led by Prokop and including John of Rokycan, the Taborite bishop Nicolas of Pelhřimov, the ‘English Hussite’ Peter Payne and many others, arrived at Basel on 4 January 1433. No agreement could be reached, though. Negotiations were not, however, broken off, and a change in the political situation of Bohemia finally...

    The moderate party thus obtained the upper hand; and it formulated its demands in a document which was finally accepted by the Church of Rome in a slightly modified form, and which is known as ‘the compacts.’ The compacts, mainly founded on the articles of Prague, declare that:I. The Holy Sacrament is to be given freely in both kinds to all Christians in Bohemia and Moravia, and to those elsewhere who adhere to the faith of these two countries.2. All mortal sins shall be punished and extirpat...

    The Utraquist creed, frequently varying in its details, continued to be that of the established church of Bohemia until all non-Catholic religious services were prohibited shortly after the Battle of the White Mountain in 1620. The Taborite party never recovered from its defeat at Lipany, and after the town of Tábor had been captured by George of Poděbrady in 1452, Utraquist religious worship was established there. The Bohemian Brethren (Unitas Fratrum), whose intellectual originator was Petr...

    1. Howard Kaminsky (2004-04-08). A History of the Hussite Revolution. Wipf and Stock. ISBN 978-1-59244-631-5. http://books.google.com/?id=98U-RAAACAAJ. 2. Stephen Turnbull (2004-05-25). The Hussite Wars 1419-36. Osprey Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84176-665-2. http://books.google.com/?id=9ntLB8W-cVQC. 3. Count Lützow, Bohemia; an Historical Sketch (London, 1896) 4. František Palacký, Geschichte von Böhmen 5. Bachmann, Geschichte Böhmens 6. L. Krummel, Geschichte der böhmischen Reformation (Gotha,...

    1. Hussite Museum in Tabor -(English Version) 2. Joan of Arc's Letter to the Hussites (23 March 1430) — In 1430, Joan of Arc dictated a letter threatening to lead a crusading army against the Hussites unless they returned to \\"the Catholic Faith and the original Light\\". This link contains a translation of the letter plus notes and commentary. 3. Tactics of the Hussite Wars. 4. The Hussite Wars 5. The Bohemian War (1420–1434) 6. The Crusades Wiki

  9. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Hussites - New Advent

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    Its cause was the proposal to unite all parties under the administration of Sigismund Korybut, a nephew of the Grand Duke Witold of Lithuania, who had accepted the Bohemian crown refused by the King of Poland, and appointed Korybut as governor. The first victory again was Ziska's (end of April, 1423).

  10. Vestnik 1941 09 03 by SPJST - Issuu

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    Sep 21, 2015 · During his absence a democratic movement broke out in the town of Kralove Hradec, and the citizens applied for aid to Ytka; they asserted that Botek Sigismund Korybut) no longer had any right to ...