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Sob%C4%9Bslav D. 1004

Sob?slav or Sob?bor (c. 950 - 1004)[1] was the brother of Saint Adalbert of Prague, son of St?ezislava and Slavník and a friend of Polish king, Boleslaus the Brave. He was equally powerful as the P?emyslid dynasty in his time, for example, he was able to mint his own money. When he was in Germany, the P?emyslids massacred his family. Then Sob?slav went to Boleslav the Brave to obtain sanctuary in Poland. In 1004, Sob?slav led the Charváts tribe and died on a bridge over the Vltava river in Prague, when Polish troops tried to occupy the city.


  1. ^ Peter Truhart (1 January 2006). Eastern, Northern & Central Europe. Annex: International Organisations. Walter de Gruyter. p. 836. ISBN 978-3-11-093910-1.

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