History of the Czech lands

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The history of what are now known as the Czech lands (České země) is very diverse.wikipedia
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Kingdom of Bohemia

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Up until the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy after the First World War, the lands were known as the lands of the Bohemian Crown and formed a constituent state of that empire: the Kingdom of Bohemia (in Czech: "Království české", the word "Bohemia" is a Latin term for Čechy).
The Kingdom of Bohemia, sometimes later in English literature referred to as the Czech Kingdom (České království; Königreich Böhmen; Regnum Bohemiae, sometimes Regnum Czechorum), was a medieval and early modern monarchy in Central Europe, the predecessor of the modern Czech Republic.

Lands of the Bohemian Crown

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Up until the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy after the First World War, the lands were known as the lands of the Bohemian Crown and formed a constituent state of that empire: the Kingdom of Bohemia (in Czech: "Království české", the word "Bohemia" is a Latin term for Čechy).

Bohemia

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They came to be known as the Czech lands after the fall of the Empire, and the rise of the First Czechoslovak Republic, when the term Bohemia (Čechy), which also refers to the core region of the former kingdom, was no longer deemed acceptable by those in Moravia and Czech Silesia (historically, other two core lands of the Bohemian Crown).

Czech Republic

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These three integral Czech lands (Bohemia, Moravia and Czech Silesia) now form the boundaries of the Czech Republic.

Samo

King Samorealm of the SlavsSamo realm
They fought with neighboring Avars until the rise of the empire of Samo (see below).

Czech lands

Czechhistorical landRegion
The history of what are now known as the Czech lands (České země) is very diverse.

Austria-Hungary

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Up until the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy after the First World War, the lands were known as the lands of the Bohemian Crown and formed a constituent state of that empire: the Kingdom of Bohemia (in Czech: "Království české", the word "Bohemia" is a Latin term for Čechy).

World War I

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Up until the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy after the First World War, the lands were known as the lands of the Bohemian Crown and formed a constituent state of that empire: the Kingdom of Bohemia (in Czech: "Království české", the word "Bohemia" is a Latin term for Čechy).

Battle of Mohács

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Prior to the Battle of Mohács in 1526, the Kingdom was an independent state within the Holy Roman Empire.

Holy Roman Empire

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Prior to the Battle of Mohács in 1526, the Kingdom was an independent state within the Holy Roman Empire.

Austrian Empire

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After that battle the Lands of the Bohemian Crown were incorporated into the Austrian Empire, and later into the aforementioned Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.

First Czechoslovak Republic

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They came to be known as the Czech lands after the fall of the Empire, and the rise of the First Czechoslovak Republic, when the term Bohemia (Čechy), which also refers to the core region of the former kingdom, was no longer deemed acceptable by those in Moravia and Czech Silesia (historically, other two core lands of the Bohemian Crown).

Moravia

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They came to be known as the Czech lands after the fall of the Empire, and the rise of the First Czechoslovak Republic, when the term Bohemia (Čechy), which also refers to the core region of the former kingdom, was no longer deemed acceptable by those in Moravia and Czech Silesia (historically, other two core lands of the Bohemian Crown).

Czech Silesia

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They came to be known as the Czech lands after the fall of the Empire, and the rise of the First Czechoslovak Republic, when the term Bohemia (Čechy), which also refers to the core region of the former kingdom, was no longer deemed acceptable by those in Moravia and Czech Silesia (historically, other two core lands of the Bohemian Crown).

Homo habilis

H. habilis(H. Habilis)early human ancestors
Early modern humans had settled in the region by the (Lower Paleolithic) (2.5mil – 750,000 BP).

Lower Paleolithic

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Early modern humans had settled in the region by the (Lower Paleolithic) (2.5mil – 750,000 BP).

Before Present

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Early modern humans had settled in the region by the (Lower Paleolithic) (2.5mil – 750,000 BP).

Acheulean

AcheulianAcheulean industryAcheulean Culture
Several Paleolithic cultures settled here, including Acheulean, Micoquien, Mousterian, and Aurignacian.

Micoquien

La MicoqueMicoquianMicoquien-Prądnik culture
Several Paleolithic cultures settled here, including Acheulean, Micoquien, Mousterian, and Aurignacian.

Mousterian

Mousterian cultureMousterian industryPre-Mousterian
Several Paleolithic cultures settled here, including Acheulean, Micoquien, Mousterian, and Aurignacian.

Aurignacian

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Several Paleolithic cultures settled here, including Acheulean, Micoquien, Mousterian, and Aurignacian.

European early modern humans

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The Předmostí archaeological site near Brno is dated to between 24,000 and 27,000 years old.

Brno

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The Předmostí archaeological site near Brno is dated to between 24,000 and 27,000 years old.

Figurine

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The figurines (Venus of Dolní Věstonice) found here are the oldest known ceramic articles in the world.

Venus of Dolní Věstonice

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The figurines (Venus of Dolní Věstonice) found here are the oldest known ceramic articles in the world.