Person:Helen of Znojmo (1)

Helen of Znojmo
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Name Helen of Znojmo
Gender Female
Birth[1] Est 1142 Kraków Voivodship, Poland
Marriage Abt 1163 to Casimir II the Just _____
Reference Number? Q2128810?

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Helena of Znojmo (; ; c. 1141–1202/06), was a Bohemian princess, a member of the Přemyslid dynasty. She was the daughter of Duke Conrad II of Znojmo and his Serbian wife Maria of Rascia (daughter of Uroš I). Helena was probably named after her maternal aunt, Queen Helena of Hungary, wife of King Béla II.

Born as princess of the Znojmo Appanage (named after its centre, the town of Znojmo in southern Moravia), later became thanks to marriage Duchess of Masovia (1186–1194) and Duchess-regent of Cracow (Kraków), Sandomierz and Masovia on behalf of her minor son during 1194–1199/1200.

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  1. Helen of Znojmo, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.