Person:Boleslav I. von Böhmen (1)

Boleslaw I. "der Grausame" von Böhmen abt 0908 and 0910 Praha, Praha, Čechy, Czechoslovakia
d.15 Jul 0967 or 0972
m. 906
  1. Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia _____Abt 907 - 935
  2. Boleslaw I. "der Grausame" von BöhmenAbt 908 & 910 - 972
  • HBoleslaw I. "der Grausame" von BöhmenAbt 908 & 910 - 972
  • WBiagota _____Abt 905 -
  1. Mlada _____Abt 924 -
  2. Strachkvas _____935 - 996
  3. Boleslaus II _____, Duke of BohemiaAbt 932 - 999
  4. Dobrawka von BöhmenAbt 940 & 945 - 977
Facts and Events
Name[3] Boleslaw I. "der Grausame" von Böhmen
Alt Name Boleslaw "The Cruel" _____, Duke of Bohemia
Alt Name[2] Boleslav I "der Grausame" _____, Duke of the Bohemians
Alt Name[1] Boleslaus I _____, Duke of Bohemia
Gender Male
Birth[2] bet abt 0908 and 0910 Praha, Praha, Čechy, Czechoslovakia
Marriage to Biagota _____
Death[1] 15 Jul 0967 or 0972
Alt Death? 15 Jul 973
Reference Number[1] Q360112?

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Boleslaus I (915 – 972), a member of the Přemyslid dynasty, was ruler (kníže, "duke") of the Duchy of Bohemia from 935 to his death. He is notorious for the murder of his elder brother Wenceslaus, through which he became duke. Despite his complicity in this fratricide, Boleslaus is generally respected by Czech historians as an energetic ruler who significantly strengthened the Bohemian state and expanded its territory. His accomplishments include significant economic development due to an expansion in trade, the introduction of silver mining and the minting of the first local coinage, the Prague denarius.

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    Boleslav I. (* um 915; † 967 oder 972) wurde auch Boleslav der Grausame genannt und war ein böhmischer Fürst und Sohn der Drahomíra von Stodor und Vratislavs I.