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  1. Sázava Monastery - Wikipedia

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    Sázava Monastery is a former Benedictine abbey and a monastery in Bohemia (Czech Republic), established by Bretislaus I, Duke of Bohemia around 1032. [1] [2] It is situated some 30 km southeast of Prague , on the right bank of the eponymous Sázava river , a right tributary of the Vltava .

  2. Bretislav I, duke of Bohemia - geni family tree

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    In 1035 Bretislaus helped Emperor Conrad II in his war against the Lusatians. In 1039 he invaded Little Poland, captured Krakow and Poznan and sacked Gniezno, bringing the relics of St Adalbert back with him. On the way back he conquered part of Silesia including Wrocław.

    • Božena (Křesinová)
  3. County of Kladsko - Wikipedia

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    The County of Kladsko (Czech: Kladské hrabství, German: Grafschaft Glatz, Polish: Hrabstwo kłodzkie) was a historical administrative unit within Bohemia as a part of the Kingdom of Bohemia and later in the Kingdom of Prussia with its capital at Kłodzko (Kladsko) on the Nysa river.

  4. Gniezno - Wikipedia

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    The 10th-century Gniezno Cathedral witnessed the royal coronations of Bolesław I in 1024 and his son Mieszko II Lambert in 1025. The cities of Gniezno and nearby Poznań were captured, plundered and destroyed in 1038 by the Bohemian duke Bretislav I , which pushed the next Polish rulers to move the Polish capital to Kraków . [2]

    • 8th-10th century
    • Poland
  5. Břevnov Monastery - Wikipedia

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    Břevnov Monastery (Czech: Břevnovský klášter, German: Stift Breunau) is a Benedictine archabbey in the Břevnov district of Prague, Czech Republic.It was founded by Saint Adalbert, the second Bishop of Prague, in 993 AD with the support of Duke Boleslav II of Bohemia.

  6. 1042 - Wikipedia

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    He is succeeded by his son Abbad II (until 1069). Casimir I, duke of Poland, succeeds in reuniting the realm which earns him the name "the Restorer". He signs a treaty with Bretislav I, duke of Bohemia, at Regensburg. June 8 – Magnus the Good becomes king of Denmark after the death of Harthacnut.

  7. World War I - Wikipedia

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    World War I (or the First World War, often abbreviated as WWI or WW1) was a global war that lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918. Contemporaneously known as the Great War or "the war to end all wars", it led to the mobilisation of more than 70 million military personnel, including 60 million Europeans, making it one of the largest wars in history.

  8. Vratislaus I, duke of Bohemia - geni family tree

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    He was a member of the House of Premysl.1 He succeeded to the title of Duke Vratislav II of Bohemia in 1061.1 He was created King Vratislav I of Bohemia in 1085. Children of Vratislav I, King of Bohemia. 1.Judith of Bohemia+; 2.Vladislav I, Duke of Bohemia+ d. 1125; 3.Borivoj II, Duke of Bohemia1 d. 1124; 4.Bretislav II, Duke of Bohemia1 d. 1100

  9. Duke Udalrich Przemysled of Bohemia (c.989 - 1034) - Genealogy

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    Duke Oldrich of Bohemia was the son of Duke Boleslav II of Bohemia and not the son of Borislav as stated below. Oldrich had one son only, with his patron Bozena , i.e. Bretislav. Ulrich, Duke of Bohemia (1) M, #150031, d. 1034. Last Edited=8 Jul 2005. Ulrich, Duke of Bohemia was the son of Borislav II 'the Pious', Duke of Bohemia. (1) He died ...

  10. Conrad (c.1035 - 1092) - Genealogy

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    Genealogy profile for Conrad I, duke of Bohemia Conrad (c.1035 - 1092) - Genealogy Genealogy for Conrad (c.1035 - 1092) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

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