Princess Božislava of Bohemia (c.1197 - 1238)

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Božislava (tschech. Božislava Přemyslovna, lat. Bogislawa) (* nach 1197) war die zweitgeborene Tochter des böhmischen Herrschers Ottokar I. Přemysl und seiner ersten Ehefrau Adelheid von Meißen.

Im Jahre 1198/1199 könnte sie mit dem österreichischen Herzog Leopold VI. von Babenberg verlobt worden sein, wobei es sich hierbei wahrscheinlicher um ihre ältere Schwester Markéta handeln könnte. Dieses Verlöbnis wurde aber 1202 oder 1203 gelöst. So wurde sie verheiratet mit dem Grafen Heinrich I. von Ortenburg[1] (1170–1241), dessen erste Ehefrau sie war.

Nachkommen [Bearbeiten]

   * Elisabeth († 1272), ∞ Gebhard IV. († 1293), Landgraf von Leuchtenberg
   * Heinrich II. († 1257), Graf von Ortenburg
   * Anna († 1239), ∞ Friedrich I. († 1274), Graf von Truhendingen
   * Osanna († 1288), ∞ Konrad von Ehrenfels

Einzelnachweise [Bearbeiten]

  1. ↑ www.genealogie-mittelalter.de

Literatur [Bearbeiten]

   * Genealogia Wettinensis, edd. Ehrenfeuchter, E., MGH SS, Tomus 23, Stuttgart - New York 1964, S. 226-230.
   * Genealogiae comitum et marchionum saec. XII. et XIII., edd. Wattenbach, W., MGH SS, Tomus 24, Stuttgart - New York 1964, S. 77-78.
   * Friedrich, G. – Kristen, Z.: Codex diplomaticus et epistolaris Regni Bohemiae. Tomi 3, fasc. 2. in Novotný, V. České dějiny I/3. Čechy královské za Přemysla I. a Václava I. (1198-1253). Praha, 1928.
   * Žemlička, J. Počátky Čech královských 1198-1253 : proměna státu a společnosti. Praha, 2002. ISBN 80-7106-140-9.
   * Žemlička, J. Přemysl Otakar I. : panovník, stát a česká společnost na prahu vrcholného feudalismu. Praha, 1990. ISBN 80-205-0099-5.

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PŘEMYSL OTAKAR of Bohemia, son of (before 1170-15 Dec 1230). The Historia Brevis Principum Thuringiæ names "regem Odakarum et…comitem Heinricum" as the sons of "Iutha [filia Ludewici lantgravii]" and "eiusdem provincie [=Boemie] regis"[250]. He succeeded in 1192 as PŘEMYSL OTAKAR I Duke of Bohemia, deposed 1193, restored 1197. He was crowned PŘEMYSL OTAKAR I King of Bohemia 15 Aug 1198 at Mainz.

m firstly (1187, divorced [1198/99]) ADELHEID von Meissen, daughter of OTTO "der Reicher" Markgraf von Meissen [Wettin] & his wife Hedwig von Brandenburg [Ballenstedt] (-Meissen 1 Feb 1211). The Genealogica Wettinensis names "filios Albertum et Tidericum et filias Adela et Sophiam" as children of "Otho Misnensis marchio" & his wife, naming "Odacarus qui postea fuit dux Bohemie" as husband of Adelheid and specifying that they were separated for consanguinity[251]. A 13th century genealogy names "Albertum, Dyetricum et Adelam filiam" as children of "[Otto] marchioni de Missin" & his wife "[filia] Alberti de Hanhalde marchionis", specifying that Adela married "rex Boemie Otaker"[252].

m secondly ([1198/99]) CONSTANZA of Hungary, daughter of BÉLA III King of Hungary & his first wife Agnès [Anna] de Châtillon-sur-Loing ([1180]-Kloster Tichnowitz 6 Dec 1240). The Canonicorum Pragensium Continuationes Cosmæ records the marriage of "Constantiam sororem regis Ungariæ" and "rex Prziemysl" in 1199 after he had repudiated his first wife[253]. She founded Kloster Tichnowitz in 1232. The Canonicorum Pragensium Continuationes Cosmæ records the death "Id Dec 1240" of "Constantia regina"[254].

King Přemysl Otakar I & his first wife had four children:

1. VRATISLAV (-before 1209). The Genealogica Wettinensis names "Vredislaum et filias tres" as children of "Odacarus qui postea fuit dux Bohemie" and his wife Adelheid[255]. 1201.

2. MARGARETA (-Ribe 24 May 1212, bur Ringsted Church). The Genealogica Wettinensis names "Vredislaum et filias tres" as children of "Odacarus qui postea fuit dux Bohemie" and his wife Adelheid, specifying that one daughter married "regi Dacie"[256]. The Annales Ryenses record the marriage in 1205 of "rex Waldemarus" and "Daghmar filiam regis Boemiæ", and in a later passage the death in 1212 of "Margareta regina" specifying that she was known as Dagmar "propter præcipuam formæ pulchritudinem"[257]. A 13th century genealogy refers to the two daughters of "rex Boemie Otaker" and his wife Adelheid, specifying that "unam" married "rex Dacie"[258]. She was known as DAGMAR in Denmark. m (Lübeck 1205) VALDEMAR II "Sejr/the Conqueror" King of Denmark, son of VALDEMAR I "den Store/the Great" King of Denmark & his wife Sofia Volodarovna of Novgorod [Rurikid] ([28 Jun] 1170-Vordingborg 28 Mar 1241, bur Ringsted Church).

3. BOŽISLAWA (-6 Feb [1238 or before]). The Genealogica Wettinensis names "Vredislaum et filias tres" as children of "Odacarus qui postea fuit dux Bohemie" and his wife Adelheid, specifying that one daughter (mentioned second in the text) married "Heinrico comiti de Orthenberc"[259]. A 13th century genealogy refers to the two daughters of "rex Boemie Otaker" and his wife Adelheid, specifying that "alteram" married "Henricus de Hortenberch"[260]. m as his first wife, HEINRICH I Graf von Ortenburg, son of RAPOTO I von Sponheim Graf von Ortenburg & his wife Elisabeth von Sulzbach (-15 Feb [1241]).

4. HEDWIG . The Genealogica Wettinensis names "Vredislaum et filias tres" as children of "Odacarus qui postea fuit dux Bohemie" and his wife Adelheid, specifying that one daughter (mentioned third in the text) was "canonisata…in Gerinrode"[261]. The primary source which confirms her name has not yet been identified. Nun at Gernrode.

King Přemysl Otakar I & his second wife had nine children:

5. VRATISLAV ([1200]-before 1209). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.

6. JUTTA (-2 Jun 1230). The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. m (1213) BERNHARD Duke of Carinthia, son of HERMANN II Duke of Carinthia [Sponheim] & his wife Agnes of Austria [Babenberg] (-4 Jan 1256).

7. ANNA ([1201/04]-23 Jun 1265, bur St Clara, Treibnitz). The Notæ Sanctæ Claræ name "Anna ducissa, filia regis Bohemis, coniunx ducis Henrici", specify that she found the monastery of St Clara, died in 1265 and was buried in the monastery[262]. m ([1214/18]) HEINRICH of Lower Silesia, son of HEINRICH I Duke of Lower Silesia, Krakow and Greater Poland [Piast] & his first wife Hedwig von Andechs-Merano ([1196/1204]-killed in battle near Liegnitz 9 Apr 1241). He succeeded his father in 1238 as HEINRICH II Duke of Lower Silesia, Krakow and Greater Poland.

8. AGNES (-young). The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.

9. WENZEL (1205-Počáply 23 Sep 1253, bur Prague Agnes Kloster). The Cronica Principum Regni Boemiæ names "Wenceslaus filius Prziemisl"[263]. Crowned associate king 6 Feb 1228. He succeeded his father 1230 as WENZEL I King of Bohemia.

- see below.

10. VLADISLAV (1207-10 Feb 1228). Markgraf of Moravia 1224-1228. The Canonicorum Pragensium Continuationes Cosmæ records the death in 1225 of "Wladislaus marchio Moraviæ, frater regis Wenceslai"[264].

11. PŘEMYSL (1209-16 Oct 1239). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. Markgraf of Moravia 1228-1239. m (before 25 Sep 1232) as her first husband, MARGARETA von Andechs-Merano, daughter of OTTO I Duke of Merano, Comte Palatin de Bourgogne [Andechs] & his first wife Beatrix de Bourgogne-Comté (-18 Oct 1271). The primary source which confirms her parentage and two marriages has not yet been identified. She married secondly (2 Jun 1240) Friedrich Graf von Truhendingen (-30 Aug 1274).

12. BLAŽENA (1210-Milan 24 Oct 1281, bur Chiavarelle). The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified. Known as "Wilelma Boema"[265].

13. ANEZKA [Agnes] (1211-Prague St Franciscus 2 Mar 1282). The Canonicorum Pragensium Continuationes Cosmæ records that "Agnes filia regis Prziemysl" became a Franciscan nun in 1233[266]. Nun at St Franciscus at Prague 1234, later Superior. The Cronica Principum Regni Boemiæ records the death "VI Non Mar" in 1281 (O.S.) of "Agnes filia Przyemisl dicti Ottagari Regis Boemiæ et filia Constantiæ sororis Andreæ Regis Ungariæ", adding that she founded "hospitale in pede Pontis Pransensis Cruceiferorum" with her brother King Wenzel[267]. She was canonized 12 Nov 1989.

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