Person:Adelaide Arpad (1)

Adelaide of Hungary
m. 1038
  1. Adelaide of HungaryAbt 1040 - 1062
  2. Prince George Arpad, Of HungaryAbt 1048 -
  3. Salamon _____, King of Hungary1053 - 1087
  4. Prince David Arpad1054 - Aft 1094
m. 1057
  1. Judith Přemyslid1056 - 1086
  2. Bretislaus II _____, Duke of BohemiaAbt 1060 - 1100
  3. Vratislav _____, Prince of BohemiaAbt 1060 - 1061
  4. Princess Ludmila PremyslAbt 1061 - Aft 1100
Facts and Events
Name Adelaide of Hungary
Alt Name Adelheid of Hungary
Alt Name Adelaida _____, Princess of Hungary
Alt Name Adelaide Arpad
Gender Female
Birth[2] Abt 1040 Esztergom, Hungary
Marriage 1057 Praha, Praha, Čechy, Czechoslovakiato Vratislaus II _____, of Bohemia
Marriage to Roger Carcassone d'Carcassone
Death[2] 27 Jan 1062 Praha, Praha, Čechy, Czechoslovakia
Reference Number? Q2457515?
Title (nobility)? Princess of Hungary


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Adelaide of Hungary ( – 27 January 1062) was the only daughter of King Andrew I of Hungary of the Árpád dynasty and Anastasia of Kiev. She was the second wife of Vratislav II of Bohemia, whom she married in 1058. She was a good dynastic match for Vratislav, as he profited from the alliance with her father. They had four children, including Bretislaus II of Bohemia and Judith of Bohemia. Vratislav became duke in 1061 after death of his brother, thus Adelaide was duchess for only a short time before her death early in 1062.

Her husband remarried shortly after her death to Świętosława of Poland and was later crowned as the first King of Bohemia in 1085.

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References
  1.   Adelaide Arpad, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. 2.0 2.1 ADELAIDA, in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.