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This is a list of Czechian monarchs or an individual who ruled the lands of Czech from the establishment of the Duchy of Bohemia in 870 (from 1004 on as part of the Holy Roman Empire), and as Kingdom of Bohemia from 1212 to the present.

Legendary rulers of Bohemia

  • Praotec Čech (Pater Boemus)
  • Krok
  • Libuše, duchess; Přemysl, the Ploughman, her husband.
  • Nezamysl
  • Mnata
  • Vojen
  • Vnislav
  • Křesomysl
  • Neklan
  • Hostivít

Princes of Great Moravia

  • Mojmír I (833–846)
  • Rastislav (846–870)
  • Slavomír (871) (interim)
  • Svatopluk I (871–894)
  • Mojmír II (894–906?)

Dukes of Bohemia (c. 870–1198)

Dukes of Bohemia
House of Přemyslid
Image Name Date Notes
Bořivoj I
Bořivoj I c. 870–888/9
Spitygniew I
Spytihněv I 894–915 Son of Bořivoj I.
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Vratislaus I
(Vratislav)
915–921 Brother of Spytihněv I.
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Wenceslaus I

(Václav)
921–935 Son of Vratislaus I; known as St. Wenceslaus ("Good King Wenceslas" for English speaking people), the patron saint of the Czech lands
Boleslav-I-Bohemian
Boleslaus I the Cruel
(Boleslav I. Ukrutný)
935–972 Brother of Wenceslaus I.
Boleslav-II-Bohemian
Boleslaus II the Pious
(Boleslav II. Pobožný)
972–999 Son of Boleslaus I.
Bolesław III Rudy
Boleslaus III the Redhead
(Boleslav III. Ryšavý)
999–1002 Son of Boleslaus II.
Vladivoj 1002–1003 Of the Piast dynasty (?). Said to be first cousin of Boleslav III. Polish name Władywoj
Bolesław III Rudy
Boleslaus III 1003 Second time
Boleslaus I
Boleslaus the Brave
(Boleslav Chrabrý)
1003–1004 Member of the Piast dynasty; brother of Vladivoj (?), grandson of Boleslaus I. Duke and later king of Poland
Jaroměř-Jaromír
Jaromír 1004–1012 Brother of Boleslaus III.
Oldrzych
Oldřich 1012–1033 Brother of Jaromír
Jaroměř-Jaromír
Jaromír 1033–1034 Second time
Oldrzych
Oldřich 1034 Second time
Břetislav I.-Chrudim2
Bretislaus I (Břetislav I.) 1034–1055 Son of Oldřich
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Spytihněv II 1055–1061 Son of Bretislaus I.
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Vratislaus II
(Vratislav II.)
1061–1092 Brother of Spytihněv II. King 1085–1092 as Vratislaus I.
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Conrad I
(Konrád I. Brněnský)
1092 Brother of Vratislavus II.
Brzetysław II
Bretislaus II
(Břetislav II.)
1092–1100 Nephew of Conrad I, son of Vratislav II.
Borzywój II
Bořivoj II 1101–1107 Brother of Bretislaus II.
Świętopełk Ołomuniecki
Svatopluk
(Svatopluk Olomoucký)
1107–1109 First cousin of Bořivoj II.
VladislavI
Vladislaus I (Vladislav I.) 1109–1117 Brother of Bořivoj II.
Borzywój II
Bořivoj II 1117–1120 Second time
VladislavI
Vladislaus I 1120–1125 Second time
Sobiesław I
Soběslav I 1125–1140 Brother of Vladislaus I.
Vladislaus II
(Vladislav II.)
1140–1172 Nephew of Sobeslaus I, son of Duke Vladislaus I. King 1158–1172 as Vladislaus I.
PecetknizeteBedricha
Frederick (Bedřich) 1172–1173 Son of Vladislaus II.
Soběslav II 1173–1178 First cousin once removed of Frederick, Son of Sobeslaus I.
PecetknizeteBedricha
Frederick 1178–1189 Second time
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Conrad II Otto
(Konrád II. Ota)
1189–1191 Descendant of Conrad I.
Wenceslaus II
(Václav II.)
1191–1192 Brother of Sobeslaus II.
PremyslOtakarI Parleruvnahrobek
Ottokar I (Přemysl I. Otakar) 1192–1193 Son of Vladislaus II.
Henry Bretislaus
(Jindřich Břetislav)
1193–1197 First cousin of Ottokar I.
PecetVladislavaJindricha
Vladislaus Henry
(Vladislav Jindřich)
1197 Brother of Ottokar I.
PremyslOtakarI Parleruvnahrobek
Ottokar I 1197–1198 Second time. Became king in 1198, and his descendants retained the title.

Kings of Bohemia (1198–Present)

Kings of Bohemia
House of Přemyslid
Image Name Date Notes
PremyslOtakarI Parleruvnahrobek Ottokar I
(Přemysl I. Otakar)
1198–1230 Hereditary royal title approved by King Philip of Germany, confirmed by the 1212 Golden Bull of Sicily
VaclavGelnhausenovekodexu Wenceslaus I
(Václav I.)
1230–1253 Son of Ottokar I.
Ottokar II Premysl
Ottokar II
(Přemysl II. Otakar)
1253–1278 Son of Wenceslaus I. Also Duke of Austria, Duke of Styria, Duke of Carinthia and Duke of Carniola.
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Wenceslaus II
(Václav II.)
1278–1305 Son of Ottokar II. Also Duke of Kraków (from 1291) and King of Poland (1300–1305).
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Wenceslaus III
(Václav III.)
1305–1306 Son of Wenceslaus II. Uncrowned (as Bohemian king). Also King of Hungary and King of Poland.
Non-Dynastic
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Henry the Carinthian
(Jindřich Korutanský)
1306 Meinhardiner. Son-in-law of Wenceslaus II. Non-crowned.
Rudolf Stepan
Rudolph I
(Rudolf I.)
1306–1307 Habsburg. Second husband of Elisabeth Richeza of Poland, widow of Wenceslaus II. Non-crowned.
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Henry the Carinthian 1307–1310 Second time
House of Luxembourg
John of Luxemburg
John the Blind
(Jan Lucemburský)
1310–1346 Son-in-law of Wenceslaus II.
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Charles IV
(Karel IV.)
1346–1378 Son of John. Also Holy Roman Emperor as Charles IV.
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Wenceslaus IV
(Václav IV.)
1378–1419 Son of Charles IV. Also King of the Romans until 1400.
Military Rule under Čeněk of Wartenberg (1400), Interregnum (1401 - 1403)
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Elisabeth I
With Albert
(1422 - 1451)
1403 - 1451 Granddaughter of Charles IV.
House of Habsburg
Albrecht II. von Habsburg
Albert
(Albrecht Habsburský)
1451 - 1464 Husband of Elisabeth I. Also Holy Roman Emperor.
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George II
(Jiří II.)
1464-1486 Son of Albert. Also Holy Roman Emperor.
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Maximilian I
(Maxmilián I.)
1486-1508 Son of George II. Also Holy Roman Emperor.
Karl V by Ticiano
Charles V
(Karel V.)
1508-1562 Son of Maximilian. Also Holy Roman Emperor.
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Ferdinand I
1508-1592 Son of Charles. Also Holy Roman Emperor.
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Wolfgang I

1592-1630

Son of Ferdinand.


House Of Kliment
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Vladimir Kliment 1659-1700 None
Frederick Kliment 1700-1730 Son of Vladimir.
Rudolph Kliment 1730-1765 Son of Federick.
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Lukas Kliment 1881-1889 Great, great, great grandson of Rudolph.
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Maximilian Kliment 1928-Incumbent Son of Lukas.

Voivode

  • Lukas Kliment (1881-1889)
  • Viktor Havel (1889-1898)
  • Silvester Duran (1898-1928)
  • Maximilian Kliment (1928-Present)

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