Nicholas V, Duke of Krnov (also known as Nicholas II of Opava-Ratibor; Czech: Mikuláš V. Krnovský; c. 1409 –1452) was a member of the Přemyslid dynasty. He was Duke of Racibórz, Krnov, Bruntál and Rybnik. All these duchies were situated in Silesia, then part of the Crown of Bohemia
- c. 1409
- Helena of Lithuania
John IV was the elder son of Duke Nicholas V of Krnov and his wife, Margaret Clemm of Ellguth. John IV and his younger brother Wenceslaus III were still minors when their father died in 1452. Their step-mother, Barbara Rockemberg and their uncle Wenceslaus II (d. 1456) took up the regency. Afterh the brother came of age, they initially ruled ...
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Nicholas V, Duke of Krnov (528 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Nicholas V, Duke of Krnov (also known as Nicholas II of Opava-Ratibor; Czech: Mikuláš V. Krnovský; c. 1409–1452) was a member of the Přemyslid dynasty
In 1436, Duke Nicholas V of Krnov occupied Głubczyce without giving any justification. Wenceclaus II then occupied the city of Żory in return. In 1437, a compromise was reached. Due to financial difficulties, Wenclaus had to mortgage Zlaté Hory and Edelštejn Castle to Duke Bolko V of Opole in 1440. Wenceslaus II died between 1445 and 1447.
- c. 1397
- Anna of Lutz
- between 1445 and 1447
- Przemko I, Duke of Opava
searching for Krnov 51 found (165 total) alternate case: krnov. Arnolt Bronnen (446 words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Arnolt Bronnen (19 August 1895 – 12 October 1959) was an Austrian playwright and director. Bronnen was born in Vienna, Austria. The son of the Austrian-Jewish
Nicholas V (1424–1437), son, jointly with his brother Wenceslaus (1424–1456) John III (1456–1493), son of Wenceslaus; Nicholas VI (1493–1506), son, jointly with his brothers John IV (1493–1506) Valentin (1493–1521) Line extinct, duchy inherited by Duke Jan II the Good of Opole. House of Hohenlohe-Schillingfürst
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Mikuláš V. (π. 1409 - 1452) από τον Οίκο των Πρεμυσλιδών ήταν δούκας τού Ράτσιμπους (γερμαν. Ράτιμπορ), τού Κρνοβ της Οπάβα και τού Ρύμπνικ.
Nicholas IV, Duke of Ratibor-Bruntál; Nicholas V, Duke of Krnov; Wenceslaus II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor; Využití na et.wikipedia.org Racibórz; Využití na fr ...