Ursula of Munsterberg
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Ursula of Munsterberg

Ursula of Munsterberg (German: Ursula von Münsterberg; Czech: Ur?ula z Minstrberka, Vor?ila Minstrberská, knna a Kladská hrab?nka; c. 1491/95 or 1499,[1] presumably in Teschen - after 2 February 1534, presumably in Stift Gernrode or Liegnitz) was a daughter of Victor, Duke of Münsterberg and a granddaughter of George of Pod?brady, king of Bohemia, nun and writer from Crownlands of the Bohemian Kingdom, which is now the Czech Republic. She was duchess of Munsterberg and Troppau and countess of Glatz and became a nun in the Order of St Mary Magdalene and later a Protestant writer.


  1. ^ Cf. Siegismund Justus Ehrhardt: Abhandlung vom verderbten Religions-Zustand in Schlesien. Wilhelm Gottlieb Korn, Breslau 1778, S. 197 (Google-Books); Similar to Roman von Procházka: Genealogisches Handbuch erloschener böhmischer Herrenstandsfamilien, Bd. I. Degener & Co., Neustadt an der Aisch 1973, S. 201.

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