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  1. Przemko Przemko II, Duke of Opava (1425 — 1478), provost ...

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    Przemko II of Opava was a member of the Opava branch of the Přemyslid dynasty.

  2. Przemko II, Duke of Opava - Wikiwand

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    Przemko II of Opava (Primislaus of Troppau, Czech: Přemysl II. Opavský, Polish: Przemek II Opawski; (c. 1423-1425 – 16 June 1478) was a member of the Opava branch of the Přemyslid dynasty. He was Duke of Opava from 1433 until his death. From 1466, he was also a member of the cathedral chapter ...

  3. Duchy of Troppau - Wikipedia

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    In 1377, Duke John I again separated Opava from the duchies of Racibórz and Krnov (Jägerndorf, Krnów) and granted it to his younger brothers Nicholas III (†1394), Wenceslaus I (†1381) and Przemko (†1433). Afterward, Opava ownership changed several times, mainly due to purchase and partitions.

  4. Przemko III, Duke of Opava - Wikiwand

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    Przemko III, Duke of Opava was a member of the Opavian branch of the Bohemian Přemyslid dynasty. He was titular Duke of Opava and canon of Wrocław, Olomouc and Vienna, as well as Provost of the St. Othmar parish in Mödling. In the older literature Przemko III is often confused with his uncle Przemko II.

  5. Family:Przemko I, Duke of Opava and Catherine of Münsterberg ...

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  6. Family:Przemko I, Duke of Opava and Anna of Lutz (1)

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  7. Sight of interest in Opava | Statutary City Opava

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    At the end of the 14th century Przemko I, Duke of Opava, decided to have a representative chantry chapel built on a hill by an important trade route on the way to Raciborz. The chapel was to represent the Duke’s position in town.

  8. Town history | Statutary City Opava

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    1318 death of Nicholas I, Duke of Opava. 1318 Nicholas II receives the Principality of Opava as a fiefdom under the Bohemian crown. 1365 8 December, death of Nicholas II. 1377 the Principality of Opava is divided among Nicholas II’s four sons (John, Nicholas, Wenceslaus, and Przemko) once the youngest son comes of age; Hradec nad Moravicí ...

  9. Opava - Find link - Edward Betts

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    Wenceslaus II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor (542 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article 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

  10. Głogów - Find link

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    John I, Duke of Opava-Ratibor (414 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article possession back. 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)