Boleslaus II, Duke of Bohemia

Boleslaus II of BohemiaBoleslaus IIBoleslaus II the PiousBoleslav II of BohemiaBoleslav IIBoleslausBoleslaus IBoleslaus II "the PiousBoleslaus the PiousBoleslav II the Pious
Boleslaus II the Pious (Boleslav II. Pobožný; c. 930 - 7 February 999), a member of the Přemyslid dynasty, was Duke of Bohemia from 972 until his deathwikipedia
88 Related Articles

Pope John XIII

John XIIIJoannes XIIIJohannes
In 973, John appointed a sister of Boleslaus II, Duke of Bohemia, Mlada, as an abbess of the Benedictine Order.

Lower Silesia

NiederschlesienLowerDuchies of Lower Silesia
About 990 Silesia was conquered and incorporated into the first Polish state by the Piast duke Mieszko I, who had gained the support of Emperor Otto II against the Bohemian duke Boleslaus II.

Měchenice

The first written notice comes from the year 999 when the prince Boleslav II of Bohemia donated Měchenice to the Sázavský Klášter.

Silesians (tribe)

ŚlężanieSilesiansSleenzane
From 990 AD on, after a series of short wars between Mieszko I of the Piast dynasty, first ruler of Poland, and Boleslaus II, Duke of Bohemia of the Přemyslid dynasty (who was Mieszko's brother in law), Silesia, and the Ślężanie, became part of the Polish state.

Cherven Cities

Cherven TownsCherven GrodsCzerwien/Cherven Towns
Abraham ben Jacob, who travelled in Eastern Europe in 965, remarks that Boleslaus II of Bohemia ruled the country "stretching from the city of Prague to the city of Kraków".

Brun I, Count of Brunswick

Brun IBrun of BrunswickBrun I of Brunswick
In 990, Brun was a member of the Saxon army that supported Mieszko I, Duke of Poland, against Boleslaus II, Duke of Bohemia, in Silesia.

February 7

7 February7February 7th

Lendians

LędzianieLedzaniansLendian
Abraham ben Jacob, who travelled in Eastern Europe in 965, remarks that Boleslaus II of Bohemia ruled the country "stretching from the city of Prague to the city of Krakow".

Poland in the Early Middle Ages

early part of the 10th centuryPolandbeginnings of Polish statehood
The events of 974–78, when Mieszko, like his brother-in-law Boleslaus II of Bohemia, supported Henry II, Duke of Bavaria, in his rebellion against Otto II, created a threat of the emperor's retribution.