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Emnilda słowiańska, Princess

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Poland
Death: Died in Kraków, Lesser Poland, Poland
Place of Burial: Consort
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Dobromir des Wendes, prince of Lusace and Milsko Princess of Lusatia
Wife of Bolesław I 'Chrobry - the Brave', King of Poland
Mother of Reglindis; Mieszko II Lambert, King of Poland; Unknown daughter of Bolesław I, of Poland and Otton, książę

Occupation: Drottning av Polen, 3. zona księcia Polski, Consort
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About Emnilda słowiańska, Princess

Emnilda słowiańska – (ur. pomiędzy 970 a 975, zm. 1016 lub 1017), córka Dobromira, być może władcy z książęcego rodu z Moraw (Ołomuńca) lub zachodnich krańców Słowiańszczyzny (Łużyce lub Milsko), trzecia żona księcia polskiego Bolesława I Chrobrego. http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emnilda_s%C5%82owia%C5%84ska

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emnilda_of_Lusatia

Emnilda of Lusatia (Polish: Emnilda słowiańska; b. Slovenia, ca. 970-975, d. Kraków, 1017), was a Slavic princess and by marriage Duchess of Poland.

She was a daughter of certain Dobromir, a Slavic leader ruler of Lusatia and Milsko, who was named venerable by Thietmar of Merseburg.

Life The wedding between Emnilda and the heir of the Polish throne, Bolesław, took place around 987. This was the third marriage for the young prince: his previous two wives, the daughter of Margrave Rikdag of Meissen (perhaps called Hunilda or Oda) and the Hungarian princess Judith, were repudiated after few years or marriages, but both produced offspring to Bolesław, a daughter and a son, Bezprym. During her marriage, Emnilda bore her husband five children, two sons (the future Mieszko II Lambert and Otto) and three daughters, one of them a nun and the other two, Regelinda and another whose name is unknown, became Margravine of Meissen and Grand Princess of Kiev, respectively.

It's claimed that Emnilda had a great influence on her husband, and perhaps also in the state affairs. She was probably accompanied Bolesław I to the meeting of Merseburg on 23 May 1013 and perhaps she actively promoted the recognition of his son Mieszko as a vassal of the Emperor for his government over Moravia, a fact who put in jeopardy the succession rights of Bolesław I's eldest son Bezprym, who at the end was excluded in favor of his younger half-brother.

She was mentioned by Gallus Anonymus and Thietmar of Merseburg; both chroniclers noted she was a wise and charming person.

The exact date of Emnilda's death is unknown, but is assumed that this happened in 1017 at the latest, or, more likely, at the end of 1016, because on 3 February 1018 Bolesław I married with his fourth and last wife, Oda of Meissen.

-------------------- Boleslaw I of Poland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 984 Bolesław married an unknown daughter of Rikdag (Riddag, Ricdag), Margrave of Meißen. Subsequently he married an unknown woman from Hungary, maybe a daughter of Geza, Grand Duke of Hungary; then Emnilda, daughter of Dobromir; and lastly Oda, another daughter of the Margrave of Meißen. His wives bore him sons, including Bezprym, Mieszko II and Otton; and a daughter, Mathilde.

Mieszko II Lambert From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mieszko II was the son of Bolesław I the Brave and Enmilda, daughter of Dobromir, Duke of Lusatia.

-------------------- Emnilda of Lusatia (Polish: Emnilda słowiańska; b. Slovenia, ca. 970-975, d. Kraków, 1017), was a Slavic princess and by marriage Duchess of Poland. She was a daughter of certain Dobromir, a Slavic leader ruler of Lusatia and Milsko, who was named venerable by Thietmar of Merseburg. Life

The wedding between Emnilda and the heir of the Polish throne, Bolesław, took place around 987. This was the third marriage for the young prince: his previous two wives, the daughter of Margrave Rikdag of Meissen (perhaps called Hunilda or Oda) and the Hungarian princess Judith, were repudiated after few years or marriages, but both produced offspring to Bolesław, a daughter and a son, Bezprym. During her marriage, Emnilda bore her husband five children, two sons (the future Mieszko II Lambert and Otto) and three daughters, one of them a nun and the other two, Regelinda and another whose name is unknown, became Margravine of Meissen and Grand Princess of Kiev, respectively.

It's claimed that Emnilda had a great influence on her husband, and perhaps also in the state affairs. She was probably accompanied Bolesław I to the meeting of Merseburg on 23 May 1013 and perhaps she actively promoted the recognition of his son Mieszko as a vassal of the Emperor for his government over Moravia, a fact who put in jeopardy the succession rights of Bolesław I's eldest son Bezprym, who at the end was excluded in favor of his younger half-brother.

She was mentioned by Gallus Anonymus and Thietmar of Merseburg; both chroniclers noted she was a wise and charming person.

The exact date of Emnilda's death is unknown, but is assumed that this happened in 1017 at the latest, or, more likely, at the end of 1016, because on 3 February 1018 Bolesław I married with his fourth and last wife, Oda of Meissen. -------------------- Children: Miss, Princess Of Poland b. 988 in Of, Poznan, Poznan, Poland Regelinda, Princess Of Poland b. 989 in Of, Poznan, Poznan, Poland Mieszko II Lambert, Poland b. 990 in Of, Poznan, Poznan, Poland Dobromir, Prince Of Poland b. About 994 in Of, Poznan, Poznan, Poland Miss Boleslawowna, Princess Poland b. About 996 in Of, Poznan, Poznan, Poland Otton, Prince Of Poland b. About 1000 in Of, Poznan, Poznan, Poland



      
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Emnilda słowiańska, Princess's Timeline

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Poland
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Age 20
Lasted for 25 years

He married in 987 or 989 with Emnilda, a daughter of Dobromir, a Slavic prince of Lusatia. Boleslaw and Emnildas marriage lasted to 1013, when she probably died, but they have 5 children, one of them is Mieszko, the later Mieszko II.

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Age 21
Poland
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Age 22
Poznań, Wielkopolskie, Poland
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Age 27
Poland
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Age 32
Poland
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1017
Age 49
Kraków, Lesser Poland, Poland
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Consort