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Doubravka of Bohemia

Polish: Dobrawa Przemyślidka of Bohemia, Czech: Doubravka Přemyslovna of Bohemia
Also Known As: "Dobrawka", "Dąbrówka"
Birthplace: Prag, Bohemia, Czech Republic
Death: Died in Poznan,Poznan,,Poland
Place of Burial: Gniezno, Poland
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Boleslaus I The Cruel of Bohemia, Duke of Bohemia and Biagota of Bohemia
Wife of Gunther Count of Merseburg, Margrave of Meißen and Mieszko I of Poland of Poland, Duke
Mother of Eckhard I, margrave of Meissen; Gunzelin Count of Merseburg, Margrave of Meißen; Brun Graf von Merseburg; Sigrid The Skoglar Testedot; Boleslaw I the Brave of Poland, King of Poland and 1 other
Sister of Boleslav II "The Pious" Duke of Bohemia, Duke of Bohemia; Mlada Přemyslovna Przemyślid and Strachkwas Chr. Przemyślid

Occupation: Prinsesse av Böhmen
Managed by: Andrzej Hennel
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About Doubravka of Bohemia

Dobrawa w Wikipedii po Polsku

Dobrawa on Wikipedia in English

Dobrawa (Czech: Doubravka) was a Bohemian princess member of the Přemyslid dynasty and by marriage Duchess of the Polans. According to earlier sources she urged her husband to accept the baptism in 966. However, modern historians believed that the change of religion by Mieszko I was one of the points discussed in the Polish-Bohemian agreement performed soon before his marriage with Dobrawa, whose role in the conversion of her husband is now considered wasn't so important as it's represented by the medieval chronicles.

Dobrawa of Bohemia

Dobrawa (Dąbrówka) (Czech: Doubravka, Polish: Dobrawa) (ca. 940/45 – 977) was a Bohemian princess member of the Přemyslid dynasty and by marriage Duchess of the Polans.

She was the daughter of Boleslav I the Cruel, Duke of Bohemia, by his wife Biagota.


The marriage of Mieszko I and Dobrawa produced two children:

  • 1.Bolesław I the Brave (Chrobry) (b. 967 - d. 17 June 1025).
  • 2.a daughter, perhaps named Świętosława, perhaps identical to the legendary Sigrid the Haughty (b. 968/72 - d. ca. 1016), perhaps married firstly with Eric the Victorious, King of Sweden and later wife of Sweyn Forkbeard, King of Denmark by whom she is said to have been mother of Canute the Great, King of Denmark, Norway and England.

There is an hypothesis who stated the existence of another daughter of Mieszko I who was married with a Pomeranian Slavic Prince; she could be the daughter of either Dobrawa or one of his previous pagan wives.[12] Also, exist the theory (apparently recorded by Thietmar and supported by Oswald Balzer in 1895) that Vladivoj, who ruled as Duke of Bohemia during 1002–1003, was another son of Dobrawa and Mieszko I;[1] although modern historians rejected this hypothesis, the Czech historiography supported mixed Piast-Přemyslid parentage of Vladivoj.[13]

Marriage (1): Mieszko I Prince Of Poland about 965

Marriage (2): Günther von Merseburg about 952Запись:35673

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Doubravka of Bohemia's Timeline

Prag, Bohemia, Czech Republic
Age 2
April 30, 955
Age 15
Meissen, Dresden, Saxony, Germany
Age 25
Age 25
Ostrów Lednicki, Poland
Age 27
Poznań, Wielkopolskie, Poland
Age 30
Poznań, Greater Poland, Poland

Gunhild (Sigrid Storråda) MIEZKOSDOTTER
Drottning i Sverige och Danmark. Blev Högst 64 år.

Far: Furste Miezko AV POLEN (- 992)
Mor: Dubrawka AV Böhmen (- 977)

Född: 950
Död: 1014

Familj med Erik Segersäll (930 till 995)
Vigsel: 975

Olof Skötkonung (980 - 1022)
Holmfrid Eriksdotter

Familj med Sven TVESKÄGG (- 1014)
Estrid Svensdotter


Årtal Ålder Händelse
950 Födelse 950.
975 Vigsel Erik Segersäll 975.
977 Modern Dubrawka AV Böhmen dör 977.
980 Sonen Olof Skötkonung föds 980.
992 Fadern Furste Miezko AV POLEN dör 992-05-25.
995 Maken Erik Segersäll dör 995.
1014 Död 1014.


Skapad av MinSläkt 3,6, Programmet Tillhör: Roland Knutsson

Age 37
July 23, 1934
Age 37
July 10, 1935
Age 37