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Lucie v Hádej kdo jsem
Napsal(a): Lenka
Kdy: 22.2.2010 21:48
Kategorie: Lucie
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Minulou středu byla Lucie v Hádej kdo jsem. Na záznam se můžete podívat tady, Lucie je tam od 24. minuty. 

Komentáře: 4


Napsal(a): Chiho 14.11.2013 9:19
I'm currently stunyidg negative space on my photography course, please correct me if im mistaken but some of these could pass for having negative space? There really good..

Napsal(a): Gabriel 14.11.2013 11:32
The First Crusade resulted from the rise of the Seljuk Turks and their deaeft of the Byzantine army at Manzikert in 1071. Faced with the loss of Anatolia (the main recruiting ground for the Empire) the Emperor called for military help from the West. And as Fr Young points out, the former Arab rulers of Jerusalem were accommodating to Christian pilgrims,whereas the more fanatical Turks, recent converts to Islam, were not. That the crusade was a Christian reaction to a recent Moslem invasion was not mentioned.Urban addressed his appeal to the military classes, and the official crusade took some time to organize. Before it was ready the so-called 'people's crusade' had set off for Constantinople - Urban had not forseen such an extraordinary mass movement, and the Emperor, who was expecting disciplined Frankish knights, was horrified when this vast rabble appeared before the walls of his city. He quickly arranged for them to be shipped across to Asia Minor where they were slaughtered or enslaved by the Turks. This was glossed over in the programme.They might also have mentioned the Christian significance of Antioch. As for 'new evidence', I won't hold my breath. The classic account is still Sir Steven Runciman's three volume History of the Crusades, published over fifty years ago and a masterpiece of historical writing.

Napsal(a): Eleytherios 20.5.2014 3:39
Hi Ian and Emma,We just wanted to leave a megssae to let you know how thrilled we were with the day and what a big part of that you both were. Many of our guests commented upon what an incredible job you did, you were there when it was needed and at times completely invisible- making sure that we enjoyed the day without feeling we were constantly under a microscope.The few pictures that you posted make me so excited to see the full compliment I have every faith they are all going to be just as stunning.I would recommend Ian and Emma to anyone considering a wedding photographer, they were a joy to have there to share our day.Look forward to seeing you soon,Warmest regards,Lucie and Daryl Selby

Napsal(a): Akeem 30.6.2015 7:53
The First Crusade resulted from the rise of the Seljuk Turks and their deefat of the Byzantine army at Manzikert in 1071. Faced with the loss of Anatolia (the main recruiting ground for the Empire) the Emperor called for military help from the West. And as Fr Young points out, the former Arab rulers of Jerusalem were accommodating to Christian pilgrims,whereas the more fanatical Turks, recent converts to Islam, were not. That the crusade was a Christian reaction to a recent Moslem invasion was not mentioned.Urban addressed his appeal to the military classes, and the official crusade took some time to organize. Before it was ready the so-called 'people's crusade' had set off for Constantinople - Urban had not forseen such an extraordinary mass movement, and the Emperor, who was expecting disciplined Frankish knights, was horrified when this vast rabble appeared before the walls of his city. He quickly arranged for them to be shipped across to Asia Minor where they were slaughtered or enslaved by the Turks. This was glossed over in the programme.They might also have mentioned the Christian significance of Antioch. As for 'new evidence', I won't hold my breath. The classic account is still Sir Steven Runciman's three volume History of the Crusades, published over fifty years ago and a masterpiece of historical writing.

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