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Encyclopedia > King of Bohemia

The Lands of the Bohemian Crown (Czech Země koruny české, Latin Corona regni Bohemiae) (e.g. Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia and Lusatia), were ruled by dukes (c.870-1085, 1092-1158 and 1172-1198) and kings (1085-1092, 1158-1172 and 1198-1918).

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Premyslid dynasty

Non-dynastic

Premyslid dynasty

Non-dynastic

Luxembourg dynasty

  • John of Luxembourg (1310-1346)
  • Charles I (1346-1378)
  • Wenceslaus IV (1378-1419)
  • Sigismund (1419-1420)
  • Sigismund (1436-1437)

Habsburg dynasty

Non-dynastic

Jagiellon dynasty

Habsburg dynasty

  • Ferdinand I (1526-1564)
  • Maximilian (1564-1576)
  • Rudolph II (1576-1611)
  • Matthias (1611-1619)
  • Ferdinand II (1619)

Non-dynastic

Habsburg dynasty

  • Ferdinand II (1620-1637)
  • Ferdinand III (1627-1657)
  • Ferdinand IV (1646-1654)
  • Leopold I (1656-1705)
  • Joseph I (1705-1711)
  • Charles II (1711-1740)
  • Maria Theresa (1740-1780)

Habsburg-Lothringen dynasty

Modern times

The chronology continues on with non-monarchs:

See also: History of the Czech Republic


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Bohemia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1567 words)
Bohemia's borders are marked with mountain ranges such as the Ĺ umava, the Ore Mountains or Giant Mountains as part of the Sudeten mountains.
With Bohemia's conversion to Christianity in the 9th century, close relations were forged with the East Frankish kingdom, then part of the so-called Carolingian empire, later the nucleus of the Holy Roman Empire of which Bohemia was an autonomous part from the 10th century.
During the ecunemical Council of Constance in summer of 1415, the rector of the University of Prague and prominent reformer and religious thinker Jan Hus was sentenced to be burnt at the stake as a heretic.
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