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Czech Naming Conventions

History

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Legendary rulers of Bohemia

  • Praotec Čech (Pater Boemus)
  • Krok
  • Libuše, duchess; Přemysl, the Ploughman, her husband.
  • Nezamysl
  • Mnata
  • Vojen
  • Vnislav
  • Křesomysl
  • Neklan
  • Hostivít

Princes of Great Moravia

  • Mojmír I (c.830–846)
  • Rastislav (846–870)
  • Slavomír (871) (interim)
  • Svatopluk I (871–894)
  • Mojmír II (894–906?)

Monarchs of Bohemia

From Wikipedia - List of Bohemian monarchs

Dukes of Bohemia (c. 870 – 1198) / House of Přemyslid

  • Bořivoj I, (c. 870–888/9)
  • Spytihněv I, (894–915), Son of Bořivoj I.
  • Vratislaus I (Vratislav), (915–921), Brother of Spytihněv I.
  • Wenceslaus I (Václav), (921–935),Son of Vratislaus I; known as St. Wenceslaus ("Good King Wenceslas" for English speaking people), the patron saint of the Czech lands
  • Boleslaus I the Cruel (Boleslav I. Ukrutný), (935–972), Brother of Wenceslaus I.
  • Boleslaus II the Pious (Boleslav II. Pobožný), (972–999), Son of Boleslaus I.
  • Boleslaus III the Redhead (Boleslav III. Ryšavý), (999–1002), Son of Boleslaus II.
  • Vladivoj 1002–1003 Of the Piast dynasty (?). Said to be first cousin of Boleslav III. Polish name Władywoj
  • Boleslaus III 1003, Second time
  • Boleslaus the Brave (Boleslav Chrabrý), (1003–1004), Member of the Piast dynasty; brother of Vladivoj (?), grandson of Boleslaus I. Duke and later king of Poland
  • Jaromír , (1004–1012), Brother of Boleslaus III.
  • Oldřich, (1012–1033), Brother of Jaromír
  • Jaromír, (1033–1034), Second time
  • Oldřich, (1034), Second time
  • Bretislaus I (Břetislav I.), (1034–1055), Son of Oldřich
  • Spytihněv II, (1055–1061), Son of Bretislaus I.
  • Vratislaus II (Vratislav II.), (1061–1092), Brother of Spytihněv II. King 1085–1092 as Vratislaus I.
  • Conrad I, (Konrád I. Brněnský), (1092), Brother of Vratislavus II.
  • Bretislaus II (Břetislav II.), (1092–1100), Nephew of Conrad I, son of Vratislav II.
  • Bořivoj II, (1101–1107), Brother of Bretislaus II.
  • Svatopluk (Svatopluk Olomoucký), (1107–1109), First cousin of Bořivoj II.
  • Vladislaus I (Vladislav I.), (1109–1117), Brother of Bořivoj II.
  • Bořivoj II, (1117–1120), Second time
  • Vladislaus I, (1120–1125), Second time
  • Soběslav I, (1125–1140), Brother of Vladislaus I.
  • Vladislaus II (Vladislav II.), (1140–1172), Nephew of Sobeslaus I, son of Duke Vladislaus I. King 1158–1172 as Vladislaus I.
  • Frederick (Bedřich), (1172–1173), Son of Vladislaus II.
  • Soběslav II, (1173–1178), First cousin once removed of Frederick, Son of Sobeslaus I.
  • Frederick, (1178–1189), Second time
  • Conrad II Otto (Konrád II. Ota), (1189–1191), Descendant of Conrad I.
  • Wenceslaus II (Václav II.), (1191–1192), Brother of Sobeslaus II.
  • Ottokar I (Přemysl I. Otakar), (1192–1193), Son of Vladislaus II.
  • Henry Bretislaus (Jindřich Břetislav), (1193–1197), First cousin of Ottokar I.
  • Vladislaus Henry (Vladislav Jindřich), (1197), Brother of Ottokar I.
  • Ottokar I, (1197–1198), Second time. Became king in 1198, and his descendants retained the title.

Kings of Bohemia (1085–1092, 1158–1172, 1198–1918)

House of Přemyslid

Non-Dynastic

House of Luxembourg

House of Habsburg

  • Albert (Albrecht Habsburský), (1437–1439), Son-in-law of Sigismund. Also King of the Romans and of Hungary.
  • Interregnum 1440–1453 The succession of Albert's son was not recognized by the Czech nobility for the most of this era; the land was administered by the Landfrieden (provincial & territorial).
  • Ladislaus the Posthumous (Ladislav Pohrobek), (1453–1457), Son of Albert born after his father's death. Also King of Hungary.

Non-Dynastic

  • George of Podebrady (Jiří z Poděbrad), (1457–1471), Elected king from the Czech noble family House of Kunštát. Although he had descendants, the succession devolved to the prince from Polish kingdom.
  • Matthias Corvinus (Matyáš Korvín), (1469–1490), King of Hungary, elected by the insurgent Catholic Czech aristocrats as anti-king in 1469, but never crowned. In 1479, he agreed to limit his rule to Moravia, Silesia, and Lusatia, while retaining his title.

House of Jagiellon

House of Habsburg

  • Ferdinand I, (1526–1564), Brother-in-law of Louis; elected king. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor-elect from 1558.
  • Maximilian I (Maxmilián I.), (1564–1576), Son of Ferdinand I, grandson of Vladislaus II. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor as Maximilian II.
  • Rudolph II (Rudolf II.), (1576–1611), Son of Maximilian I. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Mathias (Matyáš), (1611–1619), Brother of Rudolph II. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor as Matthias II.
  • Ferdinand II, (1619–1637), Cousin of Matthias. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.

House of Wittelsbach

  • Frederick I, (1619–1620), Member of the House of Wittelsbach. Elected by the Crown's Estates at the beginning of the Thirty Years' War but after the lost Battle of White Mountain he fled the country.

House of Habsburg

  • Ferdinand III, (1637–1657), Son of Ferdinand II. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.From this time on, Bohemia no longer has an Elective Monarchy, with the Habsburgs having imposed their exclusive rule at the Battle of the White Mountain.
  • Ferdinand IV, (1646–1654), Son of Ferdinand III. Junior co-monarch during his father's reign. Also King of Hungary and King of the Romans.
  • Leopold I, (1657–1705), Brother of Ferdinand IV. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Joseph I (Josef I.), (1705–1711), Son of Leopold I. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Charles II (Karel II.), (1711–1740), Brother of Joseph I. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor as Charles VI.
  • Charles Albert (Karel Albrecht), (1741–1743), Member of the House of Wittelsbach. Son-in-law of Joseph I. Anti-king to Maria Theresa during the War of the Austrian Succession. Also Holy Roman Emperor as Charles VII.
  • Maria Theresa (Marie Terezie), (1740–1780), Daughter of Charles II. Also Queen of Hungary.

House of Habsburg-Lorraine

  • Joseph II (Josef II.), (1780–1790), Son of Maria Theresa. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Leopold II, (1790–1792), Brother of Joseph II. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Francis I (František I.), (1792–1835), Son of Leopold II. Also King of Hungary, Holy Roman Emperor to 1806, Emperor of Austria from 1804 as Francis II.
  • Ferdinand V, (1835–1848), Son of Francis I. Also Emperor of Austria (as Ferdinand I) and King of Hungary. Last crowned King of Bohemia. Forced to abdicate during the Revolution of 1848.
  • Francis Joseph I, (František Josef I.), (1848–1916), Nephew of Ferdinand V. Also Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary.
  • Charles III (Karel III.), (1916–1918), Grandnephew of Francis Joseph I. Also Emperor of Austria as Charles I and King of Hungary as Charles IV. Ruled briefly during World War I, in November 1918 renounced participation in state affairs but did not abdicate.

Czech Republic - World War I

Czech Republic - World War II

Places and regions in Czech Republic

  • Prague
  • Central Bohemian Region
  • South Bohemian Region
  • Plzeň Region
  • Karlovy Vary Region
  • Ústí nad Labem Region
  • Liberec Region
  • Hradec Králové Region
  • Pardubice Region
  • Olomouc Region
  • Moravian-Silesian Region
  • South Moravian Region
  • Zlín Region
  • Vysočina Region

Czech Republic Projects on Geni

Czech Republic diaspora

Projects / Peoples from Czech Republic in other World countries and places

Famous Czech people

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Religion

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Sport

Education

Projects of Czech Families

Czech Republic Research Resources

Research Resources

Public Groups and pages on social medias (facebook)

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This Czech Portal has been created to:

  • Link together existing Czech Republic projects
  • Encourage new Czech Republic projects to be created
  • Encourage collaboration between Czech-based Geni users, and Geni users worldwide who have Czech interests and connections
  • Promote and facilitate Czech genealogical research
  • Promote Czech, its people, cultures and traditions to the wider Geni community

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Czech Naming Conventions

History

History of the Czech lands, History of the Czech Republic

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Legendary rulers of Bohemia

  • Praotec Čech (Pater Boemus)
  • Krok
  • Libuše, duchess; Přemysl, the Ploughman, her husband.
  • Nezamysl
  • Mnata
  • Vojen
  • Vnislav
  • Křesomysl
  • Neklan
  • Hostivít

Princes of Great Moravia

  • Mojmír I (c.830–846)
  • Rastislav (846–870)
  • Slavomír (871) (interim)
  • Svatopluk I (871–894)
  • Mojmír II (894–906?)

Monarchs of Bohemia

From Wikipedia - List of Bohemian monarchs

Dukes of Bohemia (c. 870 – 1198) / House of Přemyslid

  • Bořivoj I, (c. 870–888/9)
  • Spytihněv I, (894–915), Son of Bořivoj I.
  • Vratislaus I (Vratislav), (915–921), Brother of Spytihněv I.
  • Wenceslaus I (Václav), (921–935),Son of Vratislaus I; known as St. Wenceslaus ("Good King Wenceslas" for English speaking people), the patron saint of the Czech lands
  • Boleslaus I the Cruel (Boleslav I. Ukrutný), (935–972), Brother of Wenceslaus I.
  • Boleslaus II the Pious (Boleslav II. Pobožný), (972–999), Son of Boleslaus I.
  • Boleslaus III the Redhead (Boleslav III. Ryšavý), (999–1002), Son of Boleslaus II.
  • Vladivoj 1002–1003 Of the Piast dynasty (?). Said to be first cousin of Boleslav III. Polish name Władywoj
  • Boleslaus III 1003, Second time
  • Boleslaus the Brave (Boleslav Chrabrý), (1003–1004), Member of the Piast dynasty; brother of Vladivoj (?), grandson of Boleslaus I. Duke and later king of Poland
  • Jaromír , (1004–1012), Brother of Boleslaus III.
  • Oldřich, (1012–1033), Brother of Jaromír
  • Jaromír, (1033–1034), Second time
  • Oldřich, (1034), Second time
  • Bretislaus I (Břetislav I.), (1034–1055), Son of Oldřich
  • Spytihněv II, (1055–1061), Son of Bretislaus I.
  • Vratislaus II (Vratislav II.), (1061–1092), Brother of Spytihněv II. King 1085–1092 as Vratislaus I.
  • Conrad I, (Konrád I. Brněnský), (1092), Brother of Vratislavus II.
  • Bretislaus II (Břetislav II.), (1092–1100), Nephew of Conrad I, son of Vratislav II.
  • Bořivoj II, (1101–1107), Brother of Bretislaus II.
  • Svatopluk (Svatopluk Olomoucký), (1107–1109), First cousin of Bořivoj II.
  • Vladislaus I (Vladislav I.), (1109–1117), Brother of Bořivoj II.
  • Bořivoj II, (1117–1120), Second time
  • Vladislaus I, (1120–1125), Second time
  • Soběslav I, (1125–1140), Brother of Vladislaus I.
  • Vladislaus II (Vladislav II.), (1140–1172), Nephew of Sobeslaus I, son of Duke Vladislaus I. King 1158–1172 as Vladislaus I.
  • Frederick (Bedřich), (1172–1173), Son of Vladislaus II.
  • Soběslav II, (1173–1178), First cousin once removed of Frederick, Son of Sobeslaus I.
  • Frederick, (1178–1189), Second time
  • Conrad II Otto (Konrád II. Ota), (1189–1191), Descendant of Conrad I.
  • Wenceslaus II (Václav II.), (1191–1192), Brother of Sobeslaus II.
  • Ottokar I (Přemysl I. Otakar), (1192–1193), Son of Vladislaus II.
  • Henry Bretislaus (Jindřich Břetislav), (1193–1197), First cousin of Ottokar I.
  • Vladislaus Henry (Vladislav Jindřich), (1197), Brother of Ottokar I.
  • Ottokar I, (1197–1198), Second time. Became king in 1198, and his descendants retained the title.

Kings of Bohemia (1085–1092, 1158–1172, 1198–1918)

House of Přemyslid

Non-Dynastic

House of Luxembourg

House of Habsburg

  • Albert (Albrecht Habsburský), (1437–1439), Son-in-law of Sigismund. Also King of the Romans and of Hungary.
  • Interregnum 1440–1453 The succession of Albert's son was not recognized by the Czech nobility for the most of this era; the land was administered by the Landfrieden (provincial & territorial).
  • Ladislaus the Posthumous (Ladislav Pohrobek), (1453–1457), Son of Albert born after his father's death. Also King of Hungary.

Non-Dynastic

  • George of Podebrady (Jiří z Poděbrad), (1457–1471), Elected king from the Czech noble family House of Kunštát. Although he had descendants, the succession devolved to the prince from Polish kingdom.
  • Matthias Corvinus (Matyáš Korvín), (1469–1490), King of Hungary, elected by the insurgent Catholic Czech aristocrats as anti-king in 1469, but never crowned. In 1479, he agreed to limit his rule to Moravia, Silesia, and Lusatia, while retaining his title.

House of Jagiellon

House of Habsburg

  • Ferdinand I, (1526–1564), Brother-in-law of Louis; elected king. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor-elect from 1558.
  • Maximilian I (Maxmilián I.), (1564–1576), Son of Ferdinand I, grandson of Vladislaus II. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor as Maximilian II.
  • Rudolph II (Rudolf II.), (1576–1611), Son of Maximilian I. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Mathias (Matyáš), (1611–1619), Brother of Rudolph II. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor as Matthias II.
  • Ferdinand II, (1619–1637), Cousin of Matthias. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.

House of Wittelsbach

  • Frederick I, (1619–1620), Member of the House of Wittelsbach. Elected by the Crown's Estates at the beginning of the Thirty Years' War but after the lost Battle of White Mountain he fled the country.

House of Habsburg

  • Ferdinand III, (1637–1657), Son of Ferdinand II. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.From this time on, Bohemia no longer has an Elective Monarchy, with the Habsburgs having imposed their exclusive rule at the Battle of the White Mountain.
  • Ferdinand IV, (1646–1654), Son of Ferdinand III. Junior co-monarch during his father's reign. Also King of Hungary and King of the Romans.
  • Leopold I, (1657–1705), Brother of Ferdinand IV. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Joseph I (Josef I.), (1705–1711), Son of Leopold I. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Charles II (Karel II.), (1711–1740), Brother of Joseph I. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor as Charles VI.
  • Charles Albert (Karel Albrecht), (1741–1743), Member of the House of Wittelsbach. Son-in-law of Joseph I. Anti-king to Maria Theresa during the War of the Austrian Succession. Also Holy Roman Emperor as Charles VII.
  • Maria Theresa (Marie Terezie), (1740–1780), Daughter of Charles II. Also Queen of Hungary.

House of Habsburg-Lorraine

  • Joseph II (Josef II.), (1780–1790), Son of Maria Theresa. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Leopold II, (1790–1792), Brother of Joseph II. Also King of Hungary and Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Francis I (František I.), (1792–1835), Son of Leopold II. Also King of Hungary, Holy Roman Emperor to 1806, Emperor of Austria from 1804 as Francis II.
  • Ferdinand V, (1835–1848), Son of Francis I. Also Emperor of Austria (as Ferdinand I) and King of Hungary. Last crowned King of Bohemia. Forced to abdicate during the Revolution of 1848.
  • Francis Joseph I, (František Josef I.), (1848–1916), Nephew of Ferdinand V. Also Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary.
  • Charles III (Karel III.), (1916–1918), Grandnephew of Francis Joseph I. Also Emperor of Austria as Charles I and King of Hungary as Charles IV. Ruled briefly during World War I, in November 1918 renounced participation in state affairs but did not abdicate.

Czech Republic - World War I

Czech Republic - World War II

Places and regions in Czech Republic

  • Prague
  • Central Bohemian Region
  • South Bohemian Region
  • Plzeň Region
  • Karlovy Vary Region
  • Ústí nad Labem Region
  • Liberec Region
  • Hradec Králové Region
  • Pardubice Region
  • Olomouc Region
  • Moravian-Silesian Region
  • South Moravian Region
  • Zlín Region
  • Vysočina Region

Czech Republic Projects on Geni

Czech Republic diaspora

Projects / Peoples from Czech Republic in other World countries and places

Famous Czech people

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Culture

Religion

Jewish

Sport

Education

Projects of Czech Families

Czech Republic Research Resources

Research Resources

Public Groups and pages on social medias (facebook)

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