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Vratislaus II of Bohemia (?-1092)

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Vratislaus II Přemyslid of Bohemia, Duke of Olomouc, Duke of Bohemia, King of Bohemia, was born circa 1035 to Bretislaus I of Bohemia (c1003-1055) and Judith von Schweinfurt (?-1058) and died 14 January 1058 of unspecified causes. He married Maria . He married Adelaide of Hungary (c1040-1062) 1057 JL . He married Swietoslawa of Poland (c1048-1126) 1057 JL . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from France, Germany, Belgium.



Children


Offspring of Vratislaus II of Bohemia and Adelaide of Hungary (c1040-1062)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Vratislaus of Bohemia (c1057-1061) 1057 1061
Judith of Bohemia (c1056-1086) 1056 25 December 1086 Wladyslaw I Herman of Poland (c1044-1102)

Ludmila of Bohemia (c1059-aft1100) 1059 1100
Bretislaus II of Bohemia (c1060-1100) 1060 22 December 1100 Prague Liutgard von Bogen (c1074-c1121)

Offspring of Vratislaus II of Bohemia and Swietoslawa of Poland (c1048-1126)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Boleslaus of Bohemia (c1063-1091) 1063 1091
Borivoj II of Bohemia (c1064-1124) 1064 2 February 1124
Vladislaus I of Bohemia (1056-1125) 1065 12 April 1125 Richenza von Berg-Schelklingen (c1095-1125)

Sobeslav I of Bohemia (c1068-1140) 1068 14 February 1140 Adelaide of Hungary (c1106-1140)

Judith of Bohemia (c1066-1108) 1066 1108 Wiprecht von Groitzsch (c1050-1124)


Common ancestors of Vratislaus II of Bohemia (?-1092) and Swietoslawa of Poland (c1048-1126)

  1. Bertha de Morvois (c850-c907)
  2. Cunigunde of Vermandois (-943)
  3. Herbert I de Vermandois (c848-907)
  4. Udo I von der Wetterau (c900-949)





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