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N von Hevelli

Death: (Date and location unknown)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Baçlabić - Václav von Heveller
Partner of Otto I, Holy Roman emperor
Mother of Wilhelm von Sachsen, Erzbischof von Mainz
Sister of N/a von Hevelli (Stodorani)
Half sister of Tugumir Fürst der Heveller

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About N von Hevelli


OTTO, son of HEINRICH I ...

m firstly (Sep 929) EADGYTH of Wessex


m secondly (Pavia [Oct/Nov] 951) as her second husband, ADELAIS of Burgundy ...

Mistress (1): (before 929) --- [of the Hevelli], daughter of [BAÇLABIČ [Václav] Fürst der Stodoranen & his wife ---]. According to Europäische Stammtafeln[225], she was the daughter of Baçlabić. The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified. She was a "captured Slavic noblewoman" according to Thietmar, who gives neither her name nor her parentage[226].


1-7 Children.


King Otto had one illegitimate son by Mistress (1):

8. WILHELM (929-Rottleberöde 2 Mar 968, bur St Alban, near Mainz). Thietmar names Wilhelm as "the offspring of a captured Slavic noblewoman and the king"[319]. He is named "Willihelmus filius regis" when recording his installation as Archbishop of Mainz in 954[320]. "Otto…imperator augustus" donated property to Aachen Marienkapelle by charter dated 16 Feb 966 which names "Maguntiensis ecclesie archiepiscopus…noster filius Willelmus"[321]. Thietmar records the death of Wilhelm Archbishop of Mainz at Rottleberode on 2 Mar, in the same year as Queen Mathilde died (in 968)[322].


illegitim, von einer vornehmen Slavin:

Wilhelm (+ 968), Erzbischof von Mainz


From Profile "About me":

Otto I von Sachsen, Holy Roman Emperor