Its history started to diverge when no Mongols ravaged it in 1241/42. Further changes came in 1253: After the death of Vaclav I, his younger son Otakar Przemysl demanded a share too, so he got Moravia, while his brother Vladislav inherited Bohemia.
In 1336 however, an intrafamilial contract of the Przemyslids was made: King Otakar I of Bohemia got Moravia and all of Silesia, while Wenzel II of Carinthia acquired Austria. Now, the Czech-speaking lands were united again.
- List of Dukes of Carinthia and Moravia