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Content available remote Obraz anoikonymie v katastru obce Tchořovice a jeho historické proměny
This diploma thesis extends the bachelor thesis research that analysed selected anoikonyms which were used by the locals since the oldest times until the beginning of the 19th century. The goal of this thesis is to revise and complete the set of anoikonyms included in the bachelor thesis and compare it to younger evidence. By collecting the data and its formal and semantic analysis the thesis aims to present a relatively complete picture of anoikonyms of the area of interest while respecting its historical development.
Content available remote K etymologickým pověstem o Kovářově rokli v Broumovských stěnách
Etymological legends are an important component of verbal folklore, making it possible for us to interpret the names of a variety of geographic objects. In addition to having an anonymous author and being passed orally from generation to generation, an etymological legend is characterized by being primarily associated with rural environments. This study addresses etymological legends associated with Kovářova rokle (EN: Blacksmith’s Ravine) situated in Bromouvské stěny (EN: Broumov Walls), a nature reserve in the northeast of Bohemia. It analyses legends created by both the Czech and German population of the area while looking at differences and drawing parallels between them ‒ the most significant difference being the very reason for giving the ravine the name it bears. According to Czech etymological legends, the ravine is presumed to have been named after a blacksmith that had built a forge in a cave there to work in. In contrast, German legends believe the ravine was the hideout of a robber called Schmied (German for “blacksmith”). Therefore, if the ravine were to be named after him, it would be Schmied’s Ravine.
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