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Duchy of Silesia:  
Cieszyn P0676      
Henrykow P0132      
Krzeszow P0134      
Legnica P0448      
Lubiaz P0133      
Lwowek Slaski P0135      
Opole P0269 P0293 P0294  
Wroclaw P0136 P0137    
         
Duchy of Bohemia  
Amberg P0656            
Prague P0140 P0141 P0142 P0143 A0005 A0009  
Sulzbach-Rosenberg P0430            
               
Margraviate of Lusatia:  
Cottbus P0460    
       
     
Nurnberg P0350 A0014 A0046  
Koeln A0045      
         
 

P0132, 1341

P0137, 1335

P0135, 1346

P0460, 1349?

P0133, 1352

P0430, 1355?

A0014, 1350?

P0143, 1373

A0005, 1365?

P0134, 1368

P0136, 1370?

P0140, 1376

P0141, 1376

P0142, 1376

A0045, 1380?

P0350, 1378?

A0009, 1380?

P0293, 1378?

P0294, 1378?

P0269, 1382

P0656, 1397

A0046, 1385?

P0676, 1410

P0448, 1436
 
 

весь период правителями были House of Luxembourg

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1310–1346 John the Blind (Jan Lucembursky)
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King John the Blind vassalized most Polish Piast dukes of Silesia, his suzerainty was acknowledged by the Polish king Casimir III the Great in the 1335 Treaty of Trentschin. He also achieved the enfeoffment with the Upper Lusatian lands of Bautzen (1319) and Gorlitz (1329) by the German king Louis IV.

1346–1378 Charles IV (Karel IV.)
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Under his rule the Bohemian crown controlled such diverse lands as Moravia, Silesia, Upper Lusatia and Lower Lusatia, Brandenburg, an area around Nuremberg called New Bohemia, Luxembourg, and several small towns scattered around Germany

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Charles IV created the Bohemian Crown, together with the incorporated provinces in 1348
In 1367 he purchased Lower Lusatia from his stepson Margrave Otto V of Brandenburg
Beside their home County of Luxembourg itself, the dynasty held further non-contiguous Imperial fiefs in the Low Countries, such as the duchies of Brabant and Limburg, acquired through marriage by Charles' younger half-brother Wenceslaus of Luxembourg in 1355 as well as the Margraviate of Brandenburg purchased in 1373

1378–1419 Wenceslaus IV (Vaclav IV.)
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With King Wenceslaus, the decline of the Luxembourg dynasty began. He himself was deposed as King of the Romans in 1400; Brabant, Limburg (in 1406) and even Luxembourg itself (in 1411) were ceded to the French House of Valois-Burgundy, while Brandenburg passed to the House of Hohenzollern in 1415

1419–1437 Sigismund (Zikmund)

затем смененный House of Habsburg

1437–1439 Albert (Albrecht Habsbursky)
1440–1453 Interregnum
1453–1457 Ladislaus the Posthumous (Ladislav Pohrobek)

 

Bohemian Lands of the House of Luxembourgs
County of Luxembourg - 1411 - ceded to the French House of Valois-Burgundy
Kingdom of Bohemia
1319 - Upper Lusatian lands of Bautzen
1329 - Upper Lusatian lands of Gorlitz
1335 - Polish Piast dukes of Silesia
1355 - duchies of Brabant and Limburg - 1406 - ceded to the French House of Valois-Burgundy
1367 - Lower Lusatia
1373 - Margraviate of Brandenburg - 1415 - passed to the House of Hohenzollern

 

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King Henry IV of Germany in 1076 awarded the Milceni lands of Upper Lusatia as a fief to the Bohemian duke Vratislav II. After Emperor Frederick Barbarossa had elevated Duke Vladislaus II to the rank of a King of Bohemia in 1158, the Upper Lusatian lands around Bautzen evolved into a Bohemian crown land
The Bohemian rule in Upper Lusatia was secured with the extinction of the rival Brandenburg House of Ascania in 1320 and the rise of the Luxembourg dynasty, Kings of Bohemia since 1310

 

Современная улица Нюрнберга — Эрленштегенштрассе во времена Карла IV (1347—1378) была дорогой на Прагу и называлась «Золотой улицей» или «Золотой дорогой» (нем. Goldene Strasse). В том месте, где начиналась граница с Новой Богемией (New Bohemia, нем. Neubohmen, in the vicinity of Nuremberg), и в память о ней в XV веке здесь была построена группа домов, игравших роль пограничной заставы
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Dies geschah auch in unserer Gegend, da dieser Kaiser das Gebiet zwischen Prag und Nurnberg zur Starkung seiner Hausmacht als sogenanntes Neu-Bohmen auszubauen trachtete
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Von 1353 bis 1373 grenzte das Territorium Kaiser Karls IV. (Neu-Bohmen) bei Erlenstegen unmittelbar an das Gebiet der Reichsstadt Nurnberg
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Eine wichtige Rolle in Karls Politik spielte auch die Reichsstadt Nurnberg, mit der der Kaiser eng zusammenarbeitete (Via Carolina, Forderung der Burggrafen aus dem Hause Hohenzollern). Dabei hatte Karl u. a. das Ziel, eine in dieser Region gelegene "Reichslandschaft" zu errichten (so genanntes Neubohmen); als dortige Residenzen dienten ihm die Nurnberger Kaiserburg sowie das ab 1356 fur ihn errichtete Wenzelschloss in Lauf an der Pegnitz. Im Osten verfolgte Karl im Hinblick auf Polen und Ungarn hausmachtpolitische Ziele (siehe unten).

P0460, 1349? (Cottbus) - относится к Lower Lusatia, которая присоединилась к Kingdom of Bohemia лишь в 1367 году, но для удобства анализа включен в наш регион

 
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