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August 8, 2022

The Taborites are supporters of the radical current of the Hussite movement in the Czech Republic of the 15th century. The name comes from Mount Tabor in the south of the Czech Republic, where their fortress was. Program document - "Twelve Articles of Prague". They were mostly peasants, the urban poor, part of the petty nobility, poor clergy, and artisans. They demanded the fundamental reformation of the Catholic Church, the deprivation of its wealth, the transfer of worship to the Czech language, the abolition of private property, feudal privileges and the creation of a kingdom of justice. See also Hussite movement Bowls

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O. V. Gisem, O. O. Martyniuk. Visual guide. World History. 6-7 grades. — Kyiv — Kharkiv. — "VESTA", 2006.

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Taborites // Ukrainian Encyclopaedia of Religion