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  1. John I, Duke of Opava-Ratibor - Wikipedia

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    In 1361 John I married to Anna, daughter of Henry V of Głogów and Żagań (d. 1369). They had three children John II "the Iron" (d. 1424), Duke of Opava-Ratibor; Nicholas IV (died circa 1406), Duke of Bruntál; Margareta (born: 1380 – died: before 7 September 1407), married in Duke Boleslaus I of Cieszyn (d. 1431), no issue References and ...

    • c.  1322
    • Anna of Ratiboř
  2. John II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor - Wikipedia

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    He was a son of Duke John I of Opava-Ratibor. John I had been the sole heir of the Duchy of Racibórz in 1365 and had founded the Opava-Ratibor branch of the family. When the Duchy of Opava was divided in 1377, John I had received the Duchies of Krnov and Bruntál. John II's mother was Anna, the daughter of Henry V of Głogów-Żagań.

  3. Wenceslaus II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor - Wikipedia

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    Wenceslaus II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor (also known as Wenceslaus I of Ratibor and Krnov; Czech: Václav IV. Ratibořský; c. 1405 – 29 October 1456) was a member of the Opavian branch of the Přemyslid dynasty.

    • c.  1405
    • Church of the Dominican monastery at Ratibor.
  4. Nicholas IV, Duke of Ratibor-Bruntál - Wikipedia

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    Life. His parents were Duke John I of Opava-Ratibor and his wife Anna, a daughter of Duke Henry V of Glogau-Sagan (d. 1369). His father had inherited the Duchy of Ratibor in 1365 as the sole heir and became the founder of the Opava-Ratibor line of the Opavian branch of the Přemyslid dynasty.

  5. John II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor

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    John II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor. John II of Opava (also: John II of Opava - Ratibor; Johann the Iron; Czech: Jan II Opavský; Hanus Ferreus; * after 1365, † 1424) was Duke of ( Opava ) Ratibor, Jägerndorf and Freudenthal. From 1388 to 1397 he was Governor and 1397-1422 pledge of Mr. Glatz and Frankenstein.

  6. John II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor - hyperleap.com

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    John II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor (also known as John II of Troppau or John the Iron; Jan II. Opavský or Hanuš Ferreus; after 1365 – 1424) was Duke of Opava-Racibórz (Ratibor), Krnov and Bruntál.wikipedia

  7. About: Nicholas IV, Duke of Ratibor-Bruntál

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    Nicholas IV of Bruntál (also known as Nicholas IV of Ratibor and Bruntál, also Nicholas I of Opava-Ratibor; Czech: Mikuláš IV. z Bruntálu; German: Nikolaus IV. von Freudenthal; c. 1370 – c. 1406) was a member of the Opava branch of the Přemyslid dynasty. He was co-ruler of Ratibor and Bruntál with his brother John II "the Iron".

  8. His parents were Duke John I of Opava-Ratibor and his wife Anna, a daughter of Duke Henry V of Glogau-Sagan (d. 1369). His father had inherited the Duchy of Ratibor in 1365 as the sole heir and became the founder of the "Opava-Ratibor" line of the Opavian branch of the Přemyslid dynasty.

  9. Duchy of Troppau - Hyperleap

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    Only the Duchy of Teschen, the Duchy of Troppau and the Duchy of Nysa remained under the control of the Bohemian crown and as such were known as the Duchy of Upper and Lower Silesia until 1918. It was capital of the Silesian, Bohemian and finally Austrian Duchy of Opava. He also bears the titles Duke of Troppau and Jägerndorf, and Count Rietberg.

  10. Duchy of Krnov - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    The Duchy of Krnov (Ducatus Carnoviensis, Krnovské knížectví, Księstwo Karniowskie) or Duchy of Jägerndorf (Herzogtum Jägerndorf) was one of the Duchies of Silesia, which in 1377 emerged from the Duchy of Troppau (Opava), itself a fief of the Bohemian Crown. 75 relations.