Conrad II of Znojmo (Czech: Konrád II. Znojemský; d. 1161), a member of the Přemyslid dynasty, was a Bohemian prince who ruled in the Moravian principality of Znojmo from 1123 to 1128 and again from 1134 until his death.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conrad_II_of_Znojmo
Conrad was the son of count Conrad II of Znojmo and Maria, a daughter of Grand Prince Uroš I of Serbia. Conrad was the grandson of Luitpold, the first ruler of the Přemyslid appanage of Znojmo in southern Moravia. Conrad's sister Helen of Znojmo became a Polish duchess by her marriage to High Duke Casimir II the Just. Rule over Znojmo
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- Maria of Serbia
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May 24, 2018 · Konrad II of Znojmo (died 1161) - from the Czech Premyslid, Duke of 1123-1128 and 1134-1161 Znojmo, Moravia, Duke of 1160th Son of Luitpold (Lupolda) Prince Znojmo (d. 1112) and Ida from Babenbergów, grandson of the Duke of Bohemia Conrad I.
Conrad II of Znojmo (Czech: Konrád II. Znojemský; d. 1161), a member of the Přemyslid dynasty, was a Bohemian prince who ruled in the Moravian principality of Znojmo from 1123 to 1128 and again from 1134 until his death.
Conrad II Přemyslid of Znojmo, Duke of Znojmo, was born circa 1094 to Lutold of Znojmo (c1063-1112) and Ida von Österreich (c1069-c1116) and died after 1161 of unspecified causes. He married Maria of Serbia (?-aft1189). Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899).
- Ida von Österreich (c1069-c1116)
- Maria of Serbia (?-aft1189)
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Luitpold of Znojmo, a member of the Přemyslid dynasty, ruled as Moravian duke of Znojmo for twenty years - from 1092 until his death.
He was the second son of Duke Conrad I of Bohemia and his consort, the Bavarian countess Wirpirk of Tengling. Luitpold's father ruled the Duchy of Bohemia only for a few months before his death, having succeeded his elder brother Vratislaus II. Both had wrangled over the newly implemented seniority principle with their eldest brother Duke Spytihněv II: not until Spytihněv's death in 1061 and the accession of Vratislaus II to the Bohemian throne, Conrad received his share, ruling over the ...
Luitpold ruled over southern Moravia as diarch in Znojmo for 20 years, once interrupted by the illegitimate regency of Duke Bretislav II in 1099-1100, when he and Ulrich were evicted. Both fell out with Bretislav when the duke tried to enforce the succession of his younger brother Bořivoj. He had Ulrich captured and arrested in Kladsko, while Luitpold fought against the forces of Bořivoj's father-in-law, the Babenberg margrave Leopold II of Austria. Upon Duke Bretislav's assassination in ...
By his marriage to Princess Ida of Babenberg, daughter of Margeve Leopold II of Austria and his consort Ida of Formbach, he had one son, the other children are unknown; 1. Conrad II, who legitimately succeeded his father as Duke of Moravia, Prince of Znojmo from 1123 to 1128 and again from 1134 until his death about 1161.
Konrad was the youngest son of High Duke Casimir II the Just of Poland and Helen of Znojmo, daughter of the Přemyslid duke Conrad II of Znojmo (ruler of the Znojmo Appanage in southern Moravia, part of Duchy of Bohemia). His maternal grandmother was Maria of Serbia, apparently a daughter of the pre-Nemanjić župan Uroš I of Rascia.