Person:Otto I of Olomouc (1)

Otto _____, of Bohemia, Duke Of Moravia
d.Bet 9 Jul 1086 and 9 Jul 1087
m. Aft 1021
  1. Spytihněv II _____, Duke of Bohemia1031 - 1060/61
  2. Vratislaus II _____, of BohemiaAbt 1032 - 1092
  3. Princess Of Bohemia BoleslavaAbt 1033 -
  4. Dymudis _____Abt 1037 -
  5. Conrad I of BohemiaAbt 1039 - 1092
  6. Jaromír _____, Bishop of PragueAbt 1041 - 1090
  7. Otto _____, of Bohemia, Duke Of MoraviaAbt 1042 - Bet 1086 & 1087
m. Aft 1073
  1. Otto II of Olomouc - 1126
  2. Svatopluk of Bohemia - 1109
  3. Boleslava of Bohemia
Facts and Events
Name Otto _____, of Bohemia, Duke Of Moravia
Alt Name[2] Otto I _____, of Olomouc
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1042 Praha, Praha, Čechy, Czechoslovakia
Marriage Aft 1073 to Ludmilla _____, of Hungary
Death[1] Bet 9 Jul 1086 and 9 Jul 1087
Reference Number? Q1383234?

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Otto I (1045 – 9 June 1087), known as Otto the Fair, a member of the Přemyslid dynasty, was Prince of Olomouc in Moravia from 1061 until his death.

He was the youngest son of the Bohemian duke Bretislav I and his wife Judith of Schweinfurt. After his father's death in 1055, his older brother was crowned as Duke Spytihněv II of Bohemia. Otto ruled as a Přemyslid prince in Brno, but after struggles with his brother Vratislaus of Olomouc, he took refuge in Prague. When in 1061 Spytihněv died and his brother Vratislaus was crowned duke, Otto took over the government of the Olomouc principality. Like his brothers Conrad and Bishop Jaromír of Prague, he strongly resisted against Duke Vratislaus' centralised rule.

Otto married Euphemia, a daughter of King Béla I of Hungary, before 1073. His sons were:

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  1. OTTO of Bohemia "der Schöne", son of BŘETISLAV Duke of the Bohemians & his wife Judith von Schweinfurt (-9 Jul [1086 or 1087] bur Graditz), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  2. Otto I of Olomouc, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.