Throughout the fourteenth century Zbraslav was the principal monastery in the Bohemian Lands, and an important place of Marian pilgrimage. He was the only son of King Ottokar II "the Great" of Bohemia and Ottokar's second wife Kunigunda.
A special form of this, used in the Chronicon Aulae Regiae, is Leonine verse, a kind of internal rhyme, where the word before the caesura rhymes with the word at the end of the line of verse.
– 27 September 1351), bishop of Olomouc, Coat of arms of Wenceslaus II (Kingdom of Bohemia), Coat of arms of Wenceslaus II (Margraviate of Moravia), "Wenceslaus II" redirects here. Thereafter he governed his kingdom successfully, exploiting its natural resources and increasing its wealth. The coronation was celebrated in Prague Cathedral, led by Archbishop Gerhard of Mayence (under whose jurisdiction the bishopric of Prague was), on Whit Sunday, 2 June 1297. He inherited the throne from his father at age seven, but his cousin Otto IV of Brandenburg served as his regent until 1283.
Wenceslas arrested Zaviš in 1289, destroyed the dissident faction, and executed his rival in 1290. Wenceslaus took control of the mine by making silver production a royal monopoly and issued the Prague groschen, which became the most popular of the early Groschen-type coins. In 1300 Wenceslaus issued the new royal mining code Ius regale montanorum.
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Venceslas II de Bohême, duc de Bohême Venceslas II de Bohême, roi de Bohême et de… … Wikipédia en Français, Wenceslas IV — Venceslas Ier du Saint Empire Venceslas, roi des Romains. Venceslas II de Bohême (en tchèque Václav II., en polonais Wacław II Czeski, en allemand Wenzel II. Wenceslas: A Goodhearted King And His Popular Carol Behind the well-known Christmas song that bears his name is the story of what made King Wenceslas so good. Přemysl Ottokar II’.s death came at a time when Wenceslas was only six years old and the young child, who was now de-facto king, spent the first 5 five years of his reign as a captive’ of the Margrave of Brandenburg, who was named as the regent of Bohemia by the emperor. In the late thirteenth century there was already a fully developed tradition of choral song enhanced with a whole series of melodies and original words in Czech. This was a legal document that specified all administrative as well as technical terms and conditions necessary for the operation of mines.
In 1298, silver was discovered at Kutná Hora in Central Bohemia. Father of Agnes of Bohemia, Duchess of Jawor; Otakar Bohemia, Prince; King Wenceslaus III of Bohemia; Anna Von Goertz, queen of Bohemia; Judith of Bohemia, Princess and 6 others; Eliška - Elisabeth Přemyslovna, Česká královna; Laszlo King Of Hungary Premysl, V; Johann Of Bohemia; John of Přemyslid, Prince; Jan/Johann Of Bohemia, Prince and Margaret of Bohemia, Duchess of Wroclaw « less Ottokar's son Wenceslaus was also betrothed to Rudolph's daughter Judith. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this. His mother's second husband, Záviš of Falkenštejn, ruled instead of him for a few years. “I think the Přemyslids bit off more than they could chew in European politics. She died shortly after their 10th child was born: Přemysl Otakar (May 6, 1288 - November 19, 1288) Wenceslaus III (October 6, 1289 – August 4, 1306); King of Bohemia, King of Hungary and King of Poland Anne, twin of Wenceslaus.
After annexing most of Upper Silesia, Wenceslas occupied Kraków in 1291 and finally became king of Poland in 1300.
“The Chronicle of Zbraslav says he was maltreated and had to sew his own clothes and suffered from sickness and malnutrition, but that seems unlikely, because relations between the two men, after Wenceslas succeeded to the throne were very good. For other uses, see, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wenceslaus_II_of_Bohemia&oldid=953162712, Medieval nobility of the Holy Roman Empire, Featured articles needing translation from Czech Wikipedia, Articles needing translation from Czech Wikipedia, Short description is different from Wikidata, Wikipedia articles with BIBSYS identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Wikipedia PL. The antiphon ‘O pietatis Deus’ and the motet ‘Congaudeant catholici’ are joyous songs of praise confirming this time and place with words on the Saviour’s grace, the glory of the apostles and the victory of the martyrs.