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  2. Euphemia von Troppau (1319 - c.1352) - Genealogy

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    Euphemia von Troppau: Also Known As: "Eufemia" Birthdate: 1319: Birthplace: Opava, Opava, Czech Republic: Death: circa 1352 (28-37) Opava, Opava, Czechoslovakia Immediate Family:

  3. Euphemia Av Opava - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Euphemia von Masovia (born av Opava), died 1352 Euphemia von Masovia (born av Opava) 1352 Euphemia von Masovia (born av Opava) was born to Nicholas II av Opava and Anna av Opava (born av Ratibor) . Nicholas was born in 1288.

  4. Nicholas II, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    Nicholas II of Opava was a member of the Opava branch of the Bohemian noble Přemyslovci family. His parents were Duke Nicholas I of Opava, who had held Opava since 1269, and Adelheid of Habsburg, a niece of King Rudolf I.

    • 1288
    • Adelheid of Habsburg
  5. Euphemia of Opava - Wikidata

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    Euphemia of Opava (Q61578965) From Wikidata. Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1400-1352. edit. Language Label Description Also known as; English: Euphemia of Opava ...

    • Nicholas II, Duke of Opava, Anna of Racibórz
  6. Mikuláš II Opavský av Schlesien-Troppau, kníže (1288 - 1365 ...

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    EUPHEMIA ([1319]-before 11 Sep 1352). ... Nicholas II of Opava was a member of the Opava branch of the Bohemian noble Přemyslovci family. His parents were Duke ...

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    Euphemia of OPAVA ____ - 1352. DEATH: 1352 Father: Nicholas II, Duke of OPAVA Family 1: Siemowit III, Duke of MASOVIA . MARRIAGE: 1335 +Siemowit IV, Duke of MASOVIA

  8. Opava - Wikipedia

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    Opava is currently an important business and cultural center of Opavian Silesia. It is the location of several economic and cultural institutions serving the entire region, including the Silesian Museum which is the oldest Museum in the Czech Republic , [5] and the Silesian Institute of the Academy of Science.

  9. Siemowit III, Duke of Masovia - Wikipedia

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    In 1335, Siemowit married Euphemia, daughter of Nicholas II of Opava. They had the following children: Euphemia (-21 June 1418/9 December 1424), married Władysław Opolczyk. Anna (before 1345-after 16 Mar 1403), nun at Ratibor. Janusz I of Warsaw (-8 Dec 1429), succeeded in 1374 as Janusz I, Prince of Ciechanów and Warsaw .

    • c. 1320
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