|K možnostem interpretace stavebního vývoje kaple hradu Velešín, okr. Český Krumlov
|Castellologica bohemica 16. 2016, č. 16, s. 215–236.
|Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
|Keywords in different language:
|castle;The Middle Age Period;chapel;hermitage;The Modern Period
|Abstract in different language:
|Originally, the royal castle Velešín belonged, since the time of its origin in the second half of the 13th century, among one of the power footholds in the region and retained its function even through repeated changes of ownership rights till the end of the Hussite Wars. A newly undertaken archaeological investigation brought to light crucial information about building development of the sacral building‘s standing torso which is the dominant building of the inner castle nowadays. Placed on top of the destruction of original castle stands a modest, early modern chapel formed by complex building development. Provided the existence of a standalone castle chapel in the inner castle area, a small segment of wall forming the northern segment of presbytery of the current sacral structure could be part of it. However, it is not entirely possible to fully exclude the possibility of this wall being fragment of a nowadays defunct feature adjacent to the bailey-sided wall of the northern palace in the inner castle e.g. stairway risalit or a wall dividing the elongated inner castle into several parts.
|© Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
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|Ročník 16 (2016)
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