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Encyclopedia > Henry Bretislaus of Bohemia

Henry Bretislaus (Czech: Jindřich Břetislav) was the Duke of Bohemia from 1193 to 1197. Being the bishop of Prague he also gained the title of the prince of the Empire. Bohemia For the place in the USA, see Bohemia, New York. ... Events Saladin dies, and the lands of the Kurdish Ayyubid dynasty of Egypt and Syria are split among his descendants. ... Events Amalric II succeeds Henry II of Champagne as king of Jerusalem. ...


He was a distant relative of Přemysl Otakar I. He gained the Czech throne with the help of the ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, which also dethroned him in 1197 and passed the throne to the brother of Přemysl Otakar I, Vladislav Jindřich. This page is about the Germanic empire. ... Events Amalric II succeeds Henry II of Champagne as king of Jerusalem. ...


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Bretislaus III of Bohemia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (372 words)
Henry Bretislaus III (Czech: Jindřich Břetislav) (died 15 or 19 June 1197) was the duke of Bohemia from 1193 to his death.
Bretislaus was unable to pay the necessary tribute of 6,000 écus to the Emperor Henry VI for Ottokar's crown and his brother Vladislaus' margraviate of Moravia.
Henry, however, was not ignorant of Bohemian affairs: in June 1193, he deposed Ottokar at the Diet of Worms.
Bretislaus I of Bohemia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (494 words)
Bretislaus I (Czech: Břetislav) (born between 1002 and 1005, died 10 January 1055), known as The Bohemian Achilles, of the house of the Premyslids, was the duke of Bohemia from 1035 till death.
Bretislaus was a son of duke Oldrich, then the protector of the Žatecko province, and his would-be wife Božena.
Bretislaus died at Chrudim in 1055 during his preparation for another invasion of Hungary and was succeeded by his son Spytihnev II.
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