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  1. KCD in Moravia leak ? (Explained in comment) There is a old forum about discussion of KCD 2 In Czech, A video from Warhorse is playing in the background of the page, and approximately at the end of the video, a shot of a graphic artist doing some concept art of a village flashes for one second, on the monitor there is a floor plan of the ...

  2. Moravian Margrave Wars. Document declaring that Margrave Jobst and his Moravian allies promised to repay a debt of 500 kopecks to Margrave Prokop, written on March 13, 1389. The Moravian Margrave Wars were a turbulent period of fighting, skirmishes, robbery and lawlessness that took place especially in Moravia at the turn of the 14th and 15th ...

  3. Jobst da Morávia. Jobst ( Jost ou Jodokus) da Morávia (em alemão: Jobst von Mähren, em tcheco/checo: Jošt Lucemburský ou Jošt Moravský; em francês: Josse de Luxembourg) ( Brno, 29 de janeiro de 1351 — Brno, 18 de janeiro de 1411) era o filho mais velho de João Henrique de Luxemburgo, marquês da Morávia, e sobrinho do Imperador ...

  4. Apr 26, 2022 · Czech: Jan Jindřich Lucemburský, margrave of Moravia, German: Johann Heinrich von Luxemburg, margrave of Moravia. Birthdate: February 12, 1322. Birthplace: Mělník, Mělník District, Central Bohemian Region, Czechia (Czech Republic) Death: November 12, 1375 (53) Brno, Brno-City District, South Moravian Region, Czechia (Czech Republic) Place ...

  5. Gros - Jobst of Moravia (2nd type) Using data from Wikidata: Q158181 . Indonesia. AU Kupang - 1/4 MAS 1688-1699 Sultanah Kamalat Shah (No Reserve Price) ...

  6. The equestrian statue installed on Moravian Square in 2015 is in honour of Jobst of Moravia and is an allegory of Courage. Dominating the square’s dominant the statue is eight metres high and is made of bronze. It depicts a knight in armour sitting on a horse with unusually long legs.

  7. English: The Emperor Charles IV (centre), surrounded by his sons: King Wenceslaus IV of Bohemia (left) and Margrave Jobst of Moravia (right). They are all shown with the symbols of rule and their characterist beards. Charles wears a closed crown, Wenceslaus an open one and Jobst a margravial hat.

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