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Accordingly, they practiced "holy nudism", rejected the form of marriage as foreign to Eden, saying it would never have existed but for sin, lived in absolute lawlessness, holding that, whatever they did, their actions could be neither good nor bad and stripped themselves naked while engaged in common worship.Practices similar to those just described appeared in Europe several times in later ages.The Beghards became the Picards of Bohemia, who took possession of an island in the river Nežárka, and lived communally, practicing social and religious nudity, free love and rejecting marriage and individual ownership of property.Jan Žižka, the Hussite leader, nearly exterminated the sect in 1421.The Austrian government suppressed the last remnants of the Neo-Adamites in Bohemia by force in 1849.), are a West Slavic ethnic group native to the Czech Republic in Central Europe, who share a common ancestry, culture, history and are native speakers of the Czech language.The Czech–Slovak languages form a dialect continuum rather than being two clearly distinct languages.
The Czech are closely related to the neighbouring Slovaks (with whom they constituted Czechoslovakia 1918–1993).Ethnic Czechs were called Bohemians in English until the early 20th century, referring to the original late Iron Age tribe of Celtic Boii and the land Bohemia.During the Migration Period, West Slavic tribes of Bohemians settled in the area, "assimilated the remaining Celtic and Germanic populations", and formed an principality in the 9th century, which was part of great Moravia, in form of Duchy of Bohemia and later Kingdom of Bohemia, the predecessors of the modern republic.In the 17th century, German replaced Czech in central and local administration; upper classes in Bohemia and Moravia were Germanized, and espoused a political identity (landespatriotismus), while Czech ethnic identity survived among the lower and lower-middle classes.
The Czech ethnonym (archaic Čechové) was the name of a Slavic tribe in central Bohemia that subdued the surrounding tribes in the late 9th century and created the Czech/Bohemian state.
The Duchy of Bohemia emerged in the late 9th century.