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  1. Henry of Lipá - Wikipedia

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    Henry of Lipá (Czech: Jindřich z Lipé; died 1329) was a prominent Czech nobleman, marshal, and powerful magnate in the Kingdom of Bohemia.

    • August 26, 1329, Brno
  2. Henry of Leipa (Henry I) | Kingdom Come: Deliverance Wiki ...

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    Henry I of Leipa was one of the founders of the noble family, which took its name from the settlement of Leipa (Lipá - today Česká Lípa). He held various positions of high office at the Royal Court: Subchamberlain, Marshal of Bohemia and provincial Hetman of Bohemia and Moravia simultaneously.

  3. Elizabeth Richeza of Poland - Wikipedia

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    Henry of Lipá died in Brno on 26 August 1329. After his loss, Ryksa-Elizabeth took the veil in the local convent, which she had generously endowed, and turned her attention to culture and religion, building churches and Cistercian convents, and financing the crafting of illuminated hymn books.

  4. Henry of Leipa - Kingdom Come: Deliverance Wiki

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    Henry I of Leipa was one of the founders of the noble family, which took its name from the settlement of Leipa (Lipá - today Česká Lípa). He held various positions of high office at the Royal Court: Subchamberlain, Marshal of Bohemia and provincial Hetman of Bohemia and Moravia simultaneously.

    • 26.8.1329
    • Subchamberlain, Marshal of Bohemia, provincial Hetman of Bohemia and Moravia
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  5. Codex: Henry Of Leipa | Kingdom Come Deliverance Wiki | The Vidya

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    Henry I of Leipa was one of the founders of the noble family, which took its name from the settlement of Leipa (Lipá - today Česká Lípa). He held various positions of high office at the Royal Court: Subchamberlain, Marshal of Bohemia and provincial Hetman of Bohemia and Moravia simultaneously.

  6. Hanush of Leipa | Kingdom Come: Deliverance Wiki | Fandom

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    Heir of Ronov Family, Sir Hanush was the son of Henry of Leipa, who had ruled Rattay since 1388 on behalf of the young lord Hans Capon. When Henry of Leipa also passed away, the care of Hans and of Rattay fell to Hanush. Although Hans refers to him as "Uncle", the codex states that they are some sort of distant cousin. He was a good friend of Radzig Kobyla, lord of Silver Skalitz and of Sir Divish, Lord of Talmberg, and knew Radzig well enough to know his secret, and even poke fun at him for it. Following the razing of Silver Skalitz in 1403 by King Sigismund of Luxembourg, Lord Hanush provided shelter to the newly displaced refugees of the village, including Sir Radzig, offering them the lower castleof his city as a temporary home. In contrast to the more quiet and serious Sir Radzig, Sir Hanush is depicted as boisterous and jovial in attitude, with a penchant for martial combat. He is quick to joke but also has a bad temper, switching from laughing to yelling in a matter of moment...

    Following the death of Jindřich III of Pirkštejn (Henry III of Pirkstein) in 1402, Hanuš of Lipá (in KCD Hanush of Leipa) became the guardian of the former's son, Jan Ptáček (in KCD Hans Capon) and thus the acting governor of the surrounding province. He completed the construction of Pirkstein and its fortifications and the local church of St. Matthew, which contains a shrine to his family. When Sigismund of Luxembourg invaded and burned Skalice (Skalitz), the town's Burgrave, Racek (Radzig) Kobyla, and the survivors of the raid found refuge with Hanuš. Hanuš subsequently took action against scattered groups of brigands and Cumans. His relationship with the king was peculiar to say the least, judging by often contradictory sources - it appears that in 1410 crown forces descended on the town of Rataje (Rattay) in Hanuš' domain, probably after he became a robber baron and rebel, who may also have participated in the siege of Jihlava in Moravia. Nevertheless, in 1414 he became a Provin...

    Sir Hanush is voiced by Peter Hoskins and his likeness is portrayed by Daniel Vávra, the founder of Warhorse Studios.

  7. History of Lipnice castle - Státní hrad Lipnice

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    The first direct reference of the Lipnice castle dates back to 1314, and mentions Burgrave Bernard. In 1316, Henry of Lichtenburg, together with other Bohemian noblemen and their eight castles, pledged Lipnice to a young Bohemian King John of Luxembourg, in exchange for his relative Henry of Lipá, then imprisoned at the Týřov castle.

  8. Boček II of Poděbrady - Wikipedia

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    Boček II was married with Anna Elisabeth Lipa (Czech: Anna Eliška Lipá), a daughter of Henry of Leipa (Czech: Jindřich Lipá). The couple had four sons: John (German: Johann; Czech: Jan; died circa 1408), married in 1398 with Elisabeth of Wartenberg (Czech: Eliska z Vartenberka) Boček III of Poděbrady, (d. 1429)

  9. Henry of Lipá even joined forces with Frederick of Habsburg, to besiege John in Brno. The King of Bohemia began to realize that he would never gain the superior position in the country, and gave up eventually.

  10. By Anna Košátková and Drahomír Suchánek. The settlement at the assembly in Domažlice was crucial for further John’s reign in Bohemia. He reached a partial agreement with a part of the aristocracy, led by Henry of Lipá – an exchange of castles and towns was agreed on, and Henry moved to Moravia.

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