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Aelfgifu AElfgar's wife of England (Morcars daughter)

Lithuanian: Elfgifa AElfgar's wife of England (Morcars daughter)
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Birthplace: England
Death: Died
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Daughter of Edward I "The Elder", King of the Anglo-Saxons and Ælfflæd
Sister of Eadwin; Æthelflæda, nun at Romsey; Ælfweard, king of the English; Eadgifu; Æthelhild, Nun at Wilton and 4 others
Half sister of Æthelstan 'the Glorious', 1st King of the English; Ælfred; N.N.; Eadburgha, Nun at Nunnaminster; Eadgifu and 2 others

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Adiva

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Adiva is a possible daughter of of Edward the Elder, King of England and his second wife Aelfflaed. If the entries for sister Eadgyth of England and Boleslaus II of Bohemia are to be believed, Adiva is the missing sister who was married to a "king near the Jupiter mountains", meaning the Alps.

If so, she and Boleslaus had the following children:

Boleslaus III of Bohemia

Wenceslaud (died as an infant)

Jaromir of Bohemia

Oldrich of Bohemia

Boleslaus II of Bohemia

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Boleslaus was succeeded by, Boleslaus, his eldest son by his first wife, Adiva, daughter of Edward the Elder, King of England. His second son, Wenceslaus, died as an infant, but his two youngest sons, Jaromír and Oldřich, were both later dukes. Boleslaus' second wife was Emma of Melnik.


Adiva is a possible daughter of of Edward the Elder, King of England and his second wife Aelfflaed. If the entries for sister Eadgyth of England and Boleslaus II of Bohemia are to be believed, Adiva is the missing sister who was married to a "king near the Jupiter mountains", meaning the Alps.

If so, she and Boleslaus had the following children:

Boleslaus III of Bohemia

Wenceslaud (died as an infant)

Jaromir of Bohemia

Oldrich of Bohemia

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Aelfgifu AElfgar's wife of England's Timeline

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England
967
July 15, 967
Age 67