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Vladislaus Henry: The Formation of Moravian Identity by Martin Wihoda

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By Martin Wihoda

This publication supply a biography of a key East principal ecu ruler, Vladislaus Henry, who governed the Margraviate of Moravia from 1198 to 1222 and, in cooperation along with his brother, King Přemysl Otakar I of Bohemia, was once considering the transformation of the Holy Roman Empire right into a loose union of Princes.
The examine additionally describes the profitable modernisation of Moravia and Bohemia throughout the thirteenth century, and displays at the beginnings of the politically emancipated neighborhood of the Moravians, which used to be outlined by way of land values. The paintings hence attracts realization to a formerly missed measurement of the eu center a while, together with the background of not just states and international locations but additionally of lands.

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2 Annales Gerlaci, FRB II, 480. 3 Wihoda 2010a, 224–232. ��63/9789004303836_003 An Heir 13 FIGURE 2 Vladislaus Henry gave the Louka monastery the field at Loděnice which was connected with the memory of the clash of the Bohemians and Moravians in 1185 (campus iuxta Lodinic, in quo bellum habitum est inter Bohemos et Morauos). He himself supposedly emphasised that he was doing so to save his soul (pro remedio anime sue). In the past, the explanatory gloss was mistakenly presented as proof that the margrave had fought at Loděnice.

10 CDB I, 330–331, No. 363. 11 CDB II, 103–104, No. 109. 12 CDB II, 113–114, No. 125. 15 An unwarranted clue may be sought in the sibling succession. Undoubtedly, Vladislaus Henry was not Judith’s first child. He was younger than Přemysl Otakar, whose birth is usually placed between 1165 and 1167,16 yet it is hard to imagine that Duke of Bohemia Frederick would have had no other choice in 1179 but to entrust the administration of Moravian issues to a boy who could have been only twelve years old.

201. 46 Vincentii canonici Pragensis Annales, FRB II, 442. 47 Wegener 1959a, 109. 48 Schramm 1968, 356–362. 49 Appelt 1972, 161–181. 50 Adamová 1981, 13–17. 22 CHAPTER 2 FIGURE 3 Vladislaus II constantly repeated, with pride that was hard to conceal, that he was the king of the Bohemians (rex Bohemorum). Nevertheless, the imperial privilege of 18 January 1158, worded by the imperial chancellor Rainald of Dassel, considered his title to be conditional. Not only did the recipient remain a duke (dux); instead of the crown (diadema, corona), he was acknowledged the much more modest right to wear the coronet (circulus) on selected days.

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