BOOK REVIEWS/COMPTES RENDUS Husitsky Tábor. Sborník Muzea husitského revolu � ního hnuti. Edited by Miloš Drda. Vol. 1 (1978), 131 pp. K � s 15,- Vol. 2 (1979), 175 pp. K � s 15,- Vol. 3 (1980), 195 pp. 16 Plates. Kcs 20,- Vol. 4 (1981), 336 pp. Kcs 30,-. Tábor: Muzeum husits- kého hnutí. Paper. A new annual scholarly publication, Husitský Tábor was launched by the Muzeum husitskeho revolucmho hnuti (Museum of the Hussite Revolutionary Movement) in Tabor in 1978. The city of Tabor in southern Bohemia was founded in 1420 by the Hussites to serve as the chief southern center of defense against enemies at home and against foreign crusaders dispatched from neighbouring countries to subdue the heretical followers of Jan Hus. The new city soon emerged as the capital of the Taborites, the radical wing within the Hussite movement. For a short time, communal society was established in an atmos- phere of chiliastic expectations, propagated by uprooted refugees from other regions of the country. The apocalyptic fever was quickly replaced by a firm theocratic order, and the Hussite control of the city eventually suppressed (1452). However, the name Tabor was adopted as one of the
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