Richilde of Poland, b. ca. 1131 in Wroclaw, Poland, d. 16 June 1185 in Castile, Spain

Father: Wladyslaw II (Ladislas the Exile), b. 1105 in Krakow, Poland, d. 30 May 1159 in Poland, He became ruler of Poland, 1138 in Poland, He was removed as ruler of Silesia, 1146 in Silesia, Poland
Mother: Agnes de Bamberg, b. ca. 1113 in Wien, Austria, d. aft. 25 January 1157 in Krakow, Poland

Spouse: Raimond II Berenger, Count of Provence

Married.

Spouse: Alfonso VII, King of Castile, b. 1 March 1105 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, m. Berenguela of Barcelona, November 1128, d. 21 August 1157 in La Fresneda, Teruel, Aragon, Spain, He became King of Castile, 1126 in Castile, Spain

Father: Raymond of Burgundy, b. ca. 1067 in Dijon, Burgundy, France, d. 24 May 1107 in Grajal de Campos, Leon, France, He became Count of Portugal, 1093 in Portugal
Mother: Urraca of Leon and Castile, b. aft. May 1081 in Burgos, Spain, d. 8 March 1126 in Saldena, Palencia, Spain
Married 1152 in Wroclaw, Poland.

Children:

  1. Sancha of Castile, b. 21 September 1154 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, m. Alfonso II "the Chaste", King of Aragon, 18 January 1174 in Zaragoza, Spain, d. 9 November 1208 in Jaen, Spain

Spouse: Raimond V, Count of Toulouse

Married 1166.

Wladyslaw II (Ladislas the Exile), b. 1105 in Krakow, Poland, m. Christine, Princess of Saxony, 1153, d. 30 May 1159 in Poland, He became ruler of Poland, 1138 in Poland, He was removed as ruler of Silesia, 1146 in Silesia, Poland

Father: Boleslaw III Krzywousty, b. 20 August 1085 in Krakow, Poland, d. 28 October 1138 in Poland, He became King of Poland, 1102 in Poznan, Poznan, Poland
Mother: Zbyslawa Sviatopulkovna, b. ca. 1087 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 1113 in Poland

Spouse: Agnes de Bamberg, b. ca. 1113 in Wien, Austria, d. aft. 25 January 1157 in Krakow, Poland

Father: Leopold III "The Saint", b. 1086 in Klosterneuburg, Niederösterreich, Austria, d. 15 November 1136 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1096 in Babenberg, Austria
Mother: Agnes of Germany, b. 1074 in Klosterneuburg, Niederösterreich, Austria, d. 24 September 1143 in Austria
She was also known as Agnieszka.
Married 1125 in Poland.

Children:

  1. Boleslaw I Wysoki (The Tall) of Silesia, b. 1127, m. Zvenislava of Kiev, 1142, m. Christina, 1157, d. 8 December 1201
  2. Mieszko II Platonogi (Tanglefoot) of Opole, b. ca. 1130, m. Ludmilla, 1178, d. 16 May 1211
  3. Richilde of Poland, b. ca. 1140 in Wroclaw, Poland, m. Alfonso VII, King of Castile, 1152 in Wroclaw, Poland, m. Ramon II Berenger, Count of Provence, 1162, m. Albert III, Count of Everstein, 1167, d. 16 June 1185 in Castile, Spain
  4. Konrad Spindleshanks, b. 1146/57, d. 17 January 1190
  5. Albert, d. ca. 1168

Boleslaw III Krzywousty, b. 20 August 1085 in Krakow, Poland, m. Salomea, Countess of Berg-Schelklingen, 1113, d. 28 October 1138 in Poland, He became King of Poland, 1102 in Poznan, Poznan, Poland

Father: Wladyslaw I (Ladislas Herman), b. 1043 in Krakow, Poland, d. 4 June 1102, He became King of Poland, 1079 in Poland
Mother: Judith of Bohemia, b. ca. 1056 in Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia, d. 25 December 1085/6 in Poland
He was known as Boleslaus the Wrymouthed. His daughter by Zbyslawa Sviatopulkovna, Judith, may not have been his. The wife of Vsevolod was from Poland, but it does not necessarily follow that she belonged to Boleslaw

Spouse: Zbyslawa Sviatopulkovna, b. ca. 1085 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 1114 in Poland

Father: Svyatopolk II Mikhail, Grand Duke of Kiev, b. 1050 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 16 April 1113 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, He became Grand Duke of Kiev, 1093 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine
Married 15 November 1102.

Children:

  1. Wladyslaw II (Ladislas the Exile), b. 1105 in Krakow, Poland, m. Agnes de Bamberg, ca. 1127 in Poland, m. Christine, Princess of Saxony, 1153, d. 30 May 1159 in Poland, He became ruler of Poland, 1138 in Poland, He was removed as ruler of Silesia, 1146 in Silesia, Poland
  2. Judith? Boleslavna, b. ca. 1112, m. Vsevolod Davidovich, Prince of Murom, 1124, d. aft. 1124

Spouse: Salomea, Countess of Berg-Schelklingen, b. 1093/1101, d. 27 July 1144

Father: Henry of Berg-Schelklingen, Count of Berg
Married January/February 1115

Children:

  1. Leszek, b. 1115/6, d. 26 August bef. 1131
  2. Ryksa Boleslavna, b. 1116, m. Magnus, King of Denmark, m. Volodar Glebovich, Prince of Minsk and Hrodno, m. Sverker "the Elder", King of Sweden, d. aft. 25 December 1156
  3. Daughter Boleslavna, b. bef. 1117/22, m. Conrad, Count of Plötzkau and Margrave of Nordmark, 1131, d. aft. 1131
  4. Casimir "the Older" Boleslavich, b. 9 August 1122, d. 19 October 1131
  5. Gertruda Boleslavna, b. 1123/4, d. 7 May 1160, she was a nun at Zwiefalten
  6. Boleslaw IV (Boleslas the Curly), b. 1127, m. Wierzchoslawa of Novgorod, d. 5 January 1173, He became ruler of Poland, 1146 in Poland
  7. Mieszko III "the Old" of Wielkopolska, b. 1126/7, m. Elizabeth of Hungary, ca. 1136, m. Eudoxia of Kiev, 1154, d. 13 March 1202 in Kalisz, Poland, He became ruler of Poland, 1173 in Poland, He was removed as ruler of Poland, 1177 in Poland, He was restored as ruler of Poland, 1194 in Poland
  8. Dobronega Ludgarda, b. 1129, m. Dietrich (Theodoric) I, Margrave of Lusatia, 1141/2, d. by 1160
  9. Judyta Boleslavna, b. 1130, m. Otto I, Margrave of Brandenburg, 1148, d. 8 July 1175
  10. Henryk Boleslavich, b. 1131, d. 18 October 1166, cause of death was in battle against the Prussians
  11. Agnieszka Boleslavna, b. 1137, m. Mstislav II, Prince of Pereyaslavl and Grand Prince of Kiev, 1149/50, d. aft. 1182
  12. Kazimierz II (Casimir the Just) of Sandomierz, b. ca. 1138, m. Helena of Kiev, d. 5 May 1194 in Krakow, Poland, bur. in Wawel Cathedral, Krakow, Poland, He became ruler of Poland, 1177 in Poland

Wladyslaw I (Ladislas Herman), b. 1043 in Krakow, Poland, d. 4 June 1102 in Plock, Poland, He became King of Poland, 1079 in Poland

Father: Kazimierz I Odnowiciel (Casimir the Restorer), b. 1016 in Poland, d. 1058 in Poland, He became King of Poland, 1038 in Poland
Mother: Dobronega Maria, b. aft. 1012 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 1087 in Poland
Wladyslaw was never crowned and submitted to the Holy Roman Emperor. It is not certain if he married Przeclawa or she was just a mistress. They may have married under pagan rituals and their marriage was not recognized by the church. Some sources say she died around 1079 while others claim she became a nun with the name Christina (Krystyna) and died around 1092.

Children with Przeclawa (Prawdzic?):

  1. Zbigniew of Poland, b. ca. 1073 in Poland, d. 8 July 1113 in Tyniec Abbey, Tyniec, Poland

Spouse: Judith of Bohemia, b. ca. 1056 in Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia, d. 25 December 1085/6 in Poland

Father: Wratislav II of Bohemia, b. ca. 1025 in Poland, d. 1092 in Bohemia
Mother: Adelaide of Hungary, b. ca. 1042 in Hungary, d. 1061 in Bohemia
Married 1080 in Poland.

Children:

  1. Boleslaw III Krzywousty, b. 20 August 1085 in Krakow, Poland, m. Zbyslawa Sviatopulkovna, 1103, m. Salomea, Countess of Berg-Schelklingen, 1113, d. 28 October 1138 in Poland, He became King of Poland, 1102 in Poznan, Poznan, Poland

Spouse: Judith Maria of Swabia, b. 9 April 1054 in Goslar, Lower Saxony, Germany, m. Soloman, King of Hungary, 1063, d. 14 March 1092/6

Father: Henry III "The Black", Holy Roman Emperor
Mother: Agnes "The Colorless" of Poitou, b. ca. 1023, d. 14 December 1077
After her marriage to Wladyslaw, Judith changed her name to Sophia, probably to distinguish herself from his first wife, Judith of Bohemia
Married 1089

Children:

  1. Sophia Wladyslavna, b. ca. 1089, m. Jaroslav I, Prince of Vladimir-Volhynsk, bef. 1108, d. 12 May 1112
  2. Agnes I, Abbess of Quedlinburg, b. ca. 1090, d. 29 December 1125 in Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
  3. Adelajda Wladyslavna, b. ca. 1091, m. Dietrich III, Margrave of Nordgau, bef. 1118, d. 25/6 March 1127
  4. Daughter Wladyslavna, b. ca. 1092, m. a Polish lord, ca. 1111

Kazimierz I Odnowiciel (Casimir the Restorer), b. 1016 in Poland, d. 1058 in Poland, He became King of Poland, 1038 in Poland

Father: Mieszko II, King of Poland, b. 990 in Poland, d. 1034 in Poland, He became King of Poland 1025 in Poland
Mother: Rycheza (Ryksa of the Rhine), b. ca. 997 in Lorraine, France, d. 21 March 1063
Casimir fled Poland after his father's death in 1034 but returned in 1038 with the help of Henry III of Saxony and recaptured Silesian and other lost territories. He rebuilt the Polish state after the rebellion of 1037, but was never crowned.

Spouse: Dobronega Maria, b. aft. 1012 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 1087 in Poland

Father: Vladimir "The Great" of Kiev, b. 960 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 15 July 1015 in Berestovo, Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine
Mother: Anna, Princess of Byzantium
Married ca. 1035.

Children:

  1. Boleslaw II Szczodry (Boleslaus the Bold), b. 1039 in Poland, d. 1081, He became King of Poland, 1058 in Poland, He was removed as King of Poland, 1079 in Poland
  2. Wladyslaw I (Ladislas Herman), b. 1043 in Krakow, Poland, m. Judith of Bohemia, ca. 1080 in Poland, m. Judith Maria of Swabia, 1089, d. 4 June 1102, He became King of Poland, 1079 in Poland
  3. Swietoslawa Kazimierzavna, b. ca. 1044, m. Vratislav II, King of Bohemia
  4. Mieszko Kazimierzovich, b. ca. 1046 in Poland

Mieszko II, King of Poland, b. 990 in Poland, d. 1034 in Poland, He became King of Poland 1025 in Poland

Father: Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaus "the Brave"), b. 967 in Poland, d. 17 June 1025 in Poland, He became the first crowned King of Poland, 992 in Poland
In 1033, at the Congress of Merseburg, Mieszko II submitted to the new Salian Emperor, Conrad II, and turned Poland into an imperial fief.

Spouse: Rycheza (Ryksa of the Rhine), b. ca. 997 in Lorraine, France, d. 21 March 1063

Father: Ezzo, Count Palatine of Lotharingia, b. ca. 955 in Lorraine, France, d. 21 March 1034 in Saalfeld, Lorraine, France, buried in Brauweiler Abbey, Cologne, France
Mother: Matilda Saxony, b. 979 in Saxony, Germany, d. November 1025 in Brauweiler Abbey, Lorraine, France
Married 1013.

Children:

  1. Richeza Mieszkavna of Poland, b. ca. 1014, m. Béla I, King of Hungary, ca. 1033
  2. Kazimierz I Odnowiciel (Casimir the Restorer), b. 1016 in Poland, m. Dobronega Maria, ca. 1035, d. 1058 in Poland, He became King of Poland, 1038 in Poland
  3. Gertrude Mieszkavna, b. ca. 1017, m. Izyaslav I Dmitrij Yaroslavich

Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaus "the Brave"), b. 967 in Poland, d. 17 June 1025 in Poland, He became the first crowned King of Poland, 992 in Poland

Father: Mieszko I, Prince of the Polanians, b. ca. 922 in Poznan, Poznan, Poland, d. 25 May 992 in Poland
Mother: Dubravka the Czech, b. ca. 925 in Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia, d. 977
It is not certain which wife is the mother of which children. It is possible Thyra was not married to Boleslaw and the children attributed to her were not his. His first wife was the daughter of Rikdag, Margrave of Meissen. He repudiated her after Rikdag's death in 985.

Children:

  1. Bretislav "The Restorer"
  2. Geira of Vendland
  3. Gunild of Poland, b. ca. 970
  4. Wratislav II of Bohemia, b. ca. 1025 in Poland, m. Adelaide of Hungary, d. 1092 in Bohemia

Spouse: Judith? of Hungary

Father: Géza, Grand Prince of Hungary
Mother: Sarolt of Transylvania
Married

Children:

  1. Bezprym Boleslavich

Spouse: Emnilda

Father: Dobromir
Married 988.

Children:

  1. Astrith of Bohemia
  2. Regelinda Boleslavna, b. 989, m. Herman I, Margrave of Meissen, 1002/3
  3. Mieszko II, King of Poland, b. 990 in Poland, m. Rycheza (Ryksa of the Rhine), 1013, d. 1034 in Poland, He became King of Poland 1025 in Poland
  4. daughter Boleslavna, b. 995, m. Sviatopulk, Prince of Kiev, 1005/12
  5. Otto Boleslavich

Spouse: Oda "The Younger", b. ca. 995, d. aft. 1025

Father: Eckard I, Margrave of Meissen
Mother: Suanhilde of Saxony, b. bet. 945 - 955, m. Thietmar I, Margrave of Meissen, 970, d. 26 November 1014
Married 1018.

Children:

  1. Matylda Boleslavna, b. aft. 1018, m. Otto III Schweinfurt, Duke of Swabia, 18 May 1035, d. aft. 1036

Spouse: Thyra Haraldsdatter

Father: Harald I Bluetooth, King of Denmark
Spouse: Gunhild Olafsdotter, b. 923 in Denmark
Married.

Wratislav II of Bohemia, b. ca. 1025 in Poland, d. 1092 in Bohemia

Father: Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaus "the Brave"), b. 967 in Poland, d. 17 June 1025 in Poland, He became the first crowned King of Poland, 992 in Poland

Spouse: Adelaide of Hungary, b. ca. 1042 in Hungary, d. 1061 in Bohemia

Father: Andrew I "the White" or "the Catholic", King of Hungary, b. ca. 1016 in Hungary, d. 1060 in Hungary, He became King of the Arpad Dynasty, 1046 in Hungary
Mother: Anastasiya Agmunda Yaroslavna, b. ca. 1020 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. aft. 1047 in Hungary
Married.

Children:

  1. Judith of Bohemia, b. ca. 1056 in Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia, m. Wladyslaw I (Ladisias Herman), ca. 1080 in Poland, d. 25 December 1085/6 in Poland

Andrew I "the White" or "the Catholic", King of Hungary, b. ca. 1015 in Hungary, d. bef. 6 December 1060 in Zirc, Hungary, He became King of the Arpad Dynasty, 1046 in Hungary

Father: Vazul (Vászoly), b. bef. 997, d. 1031/2
Andrew overthrew Peter Orseolo (his cousin?) to become King of Hungary. He engaged in three war campaigns from 1049 to 1052 against Emperor Henry III. The independence of Hungary was declared but Andrew was dethroned by his brother, Bela.

Spouse: Anastasiya Agmunda Yaroslavna, b. ca. 1020 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. aft. 1047 in Hungary

Father: Yaroslav I "the Wise" Grand Duke of Kiev, b. 980 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 20 February 1054 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, He became Grand Prince of Kiev, 1019 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine
Mother: Ingegard Olafsdatter, b. ca. 1000 in Upsal, Sweden, d. 10 February 1050 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine
Married ca. 1040 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine.

Children:

  1. Salomon of Hungary, b. ca. 1041 in Hungary
  2. Adelaide of Hungary, b. ca. 1042 in Hungary, m. Wratislav II of Bohemia, d. 1061 in Bohemia