The Crown of Saint Wenceslas is a crown forming part of the Bohemian Crown Jewels, made in 1347. The eleventh king of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, from the House of Luxembourg, had it made for his coronation, dedicating it to the first patron saint of the country St. Wenceslas and bequeathed it as a state crown for the coronation of Bohemian kings. On the orders of Charles IV the new royal crown was deposited in St. Vitus Cathedral, however, it was transferred to Karlštejn Castle, it was used for the last time for the coronation of Ferdinand V in 1836. The St. Wenceslas Crown is made of 21 to 22 carat gold and decorated with precious stones and pearls, it contains a total of 44 spinels, 1 ruby, 30 emeralds and 20 pearls. Unlike many other European royal treasures, the St. Wenceslas Crown is not displayed publicly, only a replica is shown. Along with the other Bohemian crown jewels, it is kept in a chamber within St. Vitus Cathedral accessible by a door in the St. Wenceslas Chapel.
The exact location of the chamber is not known to the general public. The entrance to the jewels is locked by seven locks whose keys are held by the President of the Czech Republic, the Chair of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament, the Chair of the Senate of the Parliament, the Prime Minister, the Mayor of Prague, the Archbishop of Prague, the Dean of the Metropolitan Chapter of St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague; the jewels are only taken from the chamber and displayed for periods of several days on notable occasions once every five years. The crown was exhibited in May 2016 to mark the 700th anniversary of the birth of Charles IV, in May 2013, celebrating the inauguration of a new Czech president. An old Czech legend says that any usurper who places the crown on his head is doomed to die within a year, as the Crown is the personal property of St. Wenceslas and may only be worn by a rightful Bohemian king during his coronation. During World War II, Reinhard Heydrich, the Deputy Protector of Bohemia and Moravia, is said to have secretly "crowned" himself while inspecting St. Vitus' Cathedral, was assassinated less than a year by the Czech resistance.
Although there is no evidence proving that Heydrich did so, the legend is believed. Środa Treasure Official info of Prague Castle
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"Jury Duty" is the thirteenth episode of the eighth season of the American comedy television series The Office and the show's 165th episode overall, airing on NBC in the United States on February 2, 2012. It was written by Aaron Shure and directed by Eric Appel, guest starred Jack Coleman, Lindsey Broad, Mark Proksch; the series, presented as if it were a real documentary, depicts the everyday lives of office employees in the Scranton, branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. In this episode, Jim Halpert returns from jury duty and Dwight Schrute questions him on every detail of his case. However, Jim comes under fire when Dwight reveals he only served half a day on his single case took the rest of the week off to spend time with his wife, Pam Halpert, looking after their toddler and new baby, Phillip. Meanwhile and the state senator welcome an infant son. "Jury Duty" marks the first appearance of Fischer since "Gettysburg", when her character went on maternity leave. "Jury Duty" received positive reviews from critics, with many reviews noting that the episode was a step in the right direction for the show.
According to Nielsen Media Research, "Jury Duty" drew 5.31 million viewers and received a 2.8 rating/7% share in the 18–49 demographic, marking a 10% drop in ratings from the previous episode, "Pool Party". Despite this, it was the highest-rated NBC series of the night. Jim Halpert returns from jury duty and learns that, in his week-long absence, his co-workers were forced to pick up the slack his prolonged and unanticipated absence created. Jim reveals to the camera that, while he was called for duty, he was dismissed at noon on the first day and headed home to Pam and their two children. To appease his interested co-workers, Jim fabricates numerous details of his jury duty, Dwight Schrute becomes suspicious when Jim mistakenly refers to a food truck franchise Toby Flenderson ate at during his jury duty as a "restaurant". Dwight accuses Jim of lying about jury duty and extracts from Andy Bernard a promise to fire Jim if he proves he is correct. Ashamed, Jim admits his guilt to Andy, who insists that they keep the matter a secret so that he will not be held to his promise.
However, Dwight increases his attempts to prove Jim's guilt, Jim decides to defy Andy's orders and tell his co-workers the truth rather than wait for Dwight to expose him. While this angers most of the employees, Dwight is thrilled at the confession and demands that Andy keep his promise to fire Jim. Andy refuses, so Dwight tries to contact Gabe Lewis. To smooth things over and Pam bring in their children, CeCe and Phillip, present pictures that CeCe drew for the co-workers, it becomes clear that Jim and Pam drew the pictures themselves, but before the members of the office can berate the couple, the children begin crying loudly, creating a cacophony that Jim and Pam struggle to control, forcing them to take the children back to the car. Realizing the stress that having young kids causes, the office workers forgive Jim for his behavior and suggest he leave early to help Pam, which he does. Meanwhile, Angela Lipton and her husband, state senator Robert, welcome their new baby named Phillip. Oscar Martinez, Kevin Malone, Erin Hannon, Gabe all visit Angela at the hospital.
According to Angela, the baby was born prematurely, but due to the size, Oscar deduces that Angela lied about the date of conception. Angela admits that the baby was conceived before her wedding, makes them promise not to tell anyone. Suspecting that Dwight is the real father, Oscar breaks his promise and tells him when he arrives at the hospital in search of Gabe. Dwight barges in on Angela and her husband and begins examining the child; when the senator leaves, Dwight confronts Angela about the child. She refutes his claim, but Dwight leaves satisfied, telling the attending nurse to call off the baby's circumcision, which the nonplussed nurse refuses to do. Upon returning to Dunder Mifflin he drops his dispute with Jim, since his self-assumed fatherhood has given him a new appreciation for the duties of parenthood; the episode ends with Dwight putting a decal on his car, in honor of his covert new family member. "Jury Duty" was written by consulting producer Aaron Shure, his sixth writing credit for the series after joining the writing staff in the fifth season.
It was directed by his first directing credit for the series. The episode features a guest appearance from Jack Coleman as Senator Robert Lipton, Angela's husband, who first appeared in the seventh season episode, "WUPHF.com". The episode marks the first appearance of Jenna Fischer since "Gettysburg". Due to her pregnancy, she was on maternity leave for four episodes, her pregnancy was written with Pam and Jim having their second baby. Unlike the sixth season, there was no episode focusing on the baby's birth. According to showrunner Paul Lieberstein, she will come back "with little fanfare"; the episode marks the seventh appearance of Lindsey Broad, who plays Cathy, Pam's replacement during her maternity leave. She appeared in a recurring role for the season, after she appeared in "Pam's Replacement"; the Season Eight DVD contains a number of deleted scenes from this episode. Notable cut scenes include Andy getting a friend of his, who starred in the Scranton production of Sweeney Todd, to pretend to be a