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Boleslaus and I
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Mieszko II was not only imprisoned but also castrated, which was to be a punishment to Bolesław I the Brave, who blinded Duke Boleslaus III the Red ( Oldřich's brother ) thirty years before.
19th century illustration: Mieszko, a former pagan, aided by his christian Czech wife Dobrawa of Bohemia | Dobrawa, daughter of Boleslav I of Bohemia | Boleslaus I, becomes an evangelism | evangelist of Christianity
Poznań's cathedral was the place of burial of the early Piast monarchs ( Mieszko I, Boleslaus I, Mieszko II, Casimir I ), and later of Przemysł I and King Przemysł II.
* 935 – Saint Wenceslas is murdered by his brother, Boleslaus I of Bohemia.
A Jewish slave trader being presented to Boleslaus I, Duke of Bohemia | Boleslaus of Bohemia, 10th century.
* Boleslaus I of Poland
* February 9 – Boleslaus III of Bohemia is restored to authority with armed support from Bolesław I the Brave of Poland.
* Boleslaus I of Poland becomes duke of Bohemia and Moravia.
* Boleslaus I of Poland loses Bohemia after having become duke the previous year.
* Silesia is incorporated into territory ruled by Boleslaus I of Poland.
* Boleslaus I becomes Duke of Poland.
* Boleslaus II the Pious succeeds Boleslav I in Bohemia.
* Boleslaus I of Poland takes Kiev and conquers Red Ruthenia.
* Boleslaus I
Among those who did supported Henry II's claims, however, were Duke Mieszko I of Poland and Duke Boleslaus II of Bohemia.
Mieszko I, then a pagan, would married Boleslaus I's Christian daughter Dobrawa in 965, and would convert to Christianity in 966, bringing Poland closer to the Christian states of Bohemia and the Empire.
When Wenceslaus I was assassinated in 935, his brother Boleslaus I succeeded him as Duke and refused to continue paying the annual tribute to Germany.
Following the initial invasion, the conflict deteriorated into a series of border raids which lasted until 950 when Otto I and Boleslaus I signed a peace treaty.

Boleslaus and Otto
One of the Empress's greatest achievements was her success in maintaining German supremacy over Bohemia, as Duke Boleslaus II of Bohemia was forced to accept the authority of Otto III.
Boleslaus I agreed to resume paying tribute and to recognize Otto I as his overlord.
After initially siding with Duke Henry II of Bavaria against Emperor Otto II during Henry's failed revolt in 977, Boleslaus II swore loyalty to Otto II.
When Otto II died suddenly in 983 and was succeeded by the three-year old Otto III, Boleslaus II again supported Henry II in his bid for the German throne.
As in 977, when Henry's bid failed, Boleslaus II swore loyalty to Otto III.
He and his advisor, Bishop Abraham of Freising, conspired with the Duke of Poland Mieszko I and the Duke of Bohemia Boleslaus II against Otto II in 974.
Boleslaus II was treated with honors and swore loyalty to Otto II.
Boleslaus maintained good relations with the Ottonian German kings, and in 975 supported Otto II during the civil war against Henry II, Duke of Bavaria.
In 977, Boleslaus again attacked Bavaria, but on this occasion was barred from annexing any lands by Otto II.
The Saxons revolted under Duke Magnus of Saxony and Otto of Nordheim, Duke of Bavaria, in 1070 and Boleslaus of Poland attacked Bohemia in 1071.
When his brother Otto died in 1086, he gave Olomouc to his son Boleslaus, which was seen to be an act against the interests of Conrad.

Boleslaus and 955
The March of Moravia was given to Boleslaus I after the defeat of the Magyars at the Battle of Lechfeld in 955, but it was conquered into the Duchy of Poland by Bolesław I Chrobry in 999.

Boleslaus and two
By his wife Drahomíra, a Hevellian princess, Vratislaus had at least two sons, Wenceslaus and Boleslaus, both of whom succeeded him as Bohemian dukes.
She also bore two daughters, one of whom is named by Nestor the Chronicler as Predslava ( taken as a concubine of Boleslaus I of Poland, according to Gallus ).
The strength of the two dynasties ' conflict is also demonstrated by the fact that Czech ( Přemyslid ) rulers initially refused to ransom Saint Adalbert's ( Slavnikid ) body from Prussians who murdered him, so it was purchased by Boleslaus I the Brave, king of Poland.

Boleslaus and defeat
But Thietmar states that Boleslaus I of Poland firstly supported his son-in-law against Yaroslav in 1017, which is the date, according to the Russian Primary Chronicle, of Svyatopolk's first defeat by Yaroslav.

Boleslaus and at
In the following months Boleslav's brothers Jaromir and Oldrich flee to Germany and place themselves under the protection of Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor, while Boleslaus III of Bohemia orders massacre of his leading nobles at Vyšehrad.
* Boleslaus II of Bohemia massacres the Slavnik's dynasty at Libice.
Boleslaus ' reign is most notable for the foundation of the Diocese of Prague in 973, placed at that time within the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Mainz.
She married Vratislav I of Bohemia and gave birth to at least three children: Saint Wenceslas, Boleslaus I and Střezislava.

Boleslaus and .
* 995 – Members of Slavník's dynasty – Spytimír, Pobraslav, Pořej and Čáslav are murdered by Boleslaus's son, Boleslaus II the Pious.
* 1264 – The Statute of Kalisz, guaranteeing Jews safety and personal liberties and giving battei din jurisdiction over Jewish matters, is promulgated by Boleslaus the Pious, Duke of Greater Poland.
* 1109: In the Battle of Nakło, Boleslaus III Wrymouth defeats the Pomeranians and re-establishes Polish access to the sea.
* 1109: On August 24, in the Battle of Hundsfeld, Boleslaus III Wrymouth defeats Emperor Henry V and stops German expansion eastward.
* Ladislaus Herman succeeds Boleslaus II in Poland.
* Vladivoj succeeds Boleslaus III, Duke of Bohemia.
* Boleslaus IV succeeds Vladivoj of Bohemia.
* Casimir II of Poland succeeds Boleslaus IV of Poland on the throne.
* June 21 – King Boleslaus V of Poland ( d. 1279 )
* Boleslaus the Pious, Duke of Greater Poland ( d. 1279 )
* Boleslaus II takes office as duke of Poland.

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