Conrad I, Duke of Bohemia

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Conrad I of Brno (Konrád I. Brněnský; died 6 September 1092) was the duke of Bohemia for eight months in 1092.wikipedia
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List of Bohemian monarchs

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Conrad I of Brno (Konrád I. Brněnský; died 6 September 1092) was the duke of Bohemia for eight months in 1092.

Vratislaus II of Bohemia

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He was the brother and successor of Vratislaus II (died 14 January 1092) as the third son of Bretislaus I and Judith of Schweinfurt.
In Vratislaus' case, his two younger brothers Conrad and Otto inherited Brno and Olomouc and the youngest, Jaromír, entered the church.

Brno

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Before he became duke of Bohemia, he had long ruled over Moravia, as junior sons typically did in this period of Bohemia, as duke of Brno and Znojmo from 1054.
Brno was first mentioned in Cosmas' Chronica Boëmorum dated to the year 1091, when Bohemian king Vratislav II besieged his brother Conrad at Brno castle.

Bretislav I

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He was the brother and successor of Vratislaus II (died 14 January 1092) as the third son of Bretislaus I and Judith of Schweinfurt.
The Olomouc Appanage went to Vratislaus; the Znojmo Appanage went to Konrád; and the Brno Appanage went to Otto.

Wirpirk of Tengling

By his marriage to Wirpirk of Tengling, he had two children:
Wirpirk of Tengling or Virpirka, Wilburga, Hildburga was the wife of Conrad I of Bohemia and the Duchess of Bohemia in 1092.

Ulrich I, Duke of Brno

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He was the first son and successor of Conrad I, of Brno (died 1092) and Wirpirk of Tengling.

Judith of Schweinfurt

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He was the brother and successor of Vratislaus II (died 14 January 1092) as the third son of Bretislaus I and Judith of Schweinfurt.

Luitpold of Znojmo

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He was the second son of Duke Conrad I of Bohemia (died 1092) and his consort, the Bavarian countess Wirpirk of Tengling.

Bretislav II

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He was succeeded as duke by his nephew Bretislaus.
He succeeded his uncle Conrad I and worked for the destruction of the old Slavic culture.

Kingdom of Bohemia

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He did not succeed as king, because his brother had only been elevated to the royal dignity for life by the Emperor Henry IV without the establishment of a hereditary monarchy.

Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor

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He did not succeed as king, because his brother had only been elevated to the royal dignity for life by the Emperor Henry IV without the establishment of a hereditary monarchy.

Moravia

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Before he became duke of Bohemia, he had long ruled over Moravia, as junior sons typically did in this period of Bohemia, as duke of Brno and Znojmo from 1054.

Znojmo

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Before he became duke of Bohemia, he had long ruled over Moravia, as junior sons typically did in this period of Bohemia, as duke of Brno and Znojmo from 1054.

Veveří Castle

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According to legend, the castle Veveří ("squirrel" in Czech) was founded by Přemyslid Duke Conrad of Brno in the middle of the 11th century, as a hunting lodge.

1092

* January 14 – Vratislaus II, the first king of Bohemia, dies after a 6½-year reign and is succeeded by his brother Conrad I who becomes duke and not king because Vratislaus has been elevated to the royal dignity 'for life' by Emperor Henry IV (see 1085).

Svatopluk, Duke of Bohemia

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However, when his father died the next year, young Savatopluk had to yield the inheritance claims raised by Bretislaus's third son, his uncle Conrad I, who took over the rule in the Moravian lands.

Golden Bull of Sicily

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He was crowned at Prague by Archbishop Egilbert of Trier the next year, the title however was not hereditary and upon his death in 1092, his brother Conrad I succeeded him again as Bohemian duke.

Otto I of Olomouc

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Like his brothers Conrad and Bishop Jaromír of Prague, he strongly resisted against Duke Vratislaus' centralised rule.

Spytihněv II, Duke of Bohemia

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Spytihněv was succeeded by Vratislaus, who in turn entrusted Moravia to his brother Conrad.