Euphemia of Hungary

Euphemia of Hungary was a daughter of King Béla I of Hungary and his wife, Richesa (or Adelaide) of Poland (1050s – 11 April 1111).[1] She was the wife of Duke Otto I of Olomouc.[2][3] Otto married Euphemia before 1073.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kristó & Makk 1996, pp. 79, Appendix 2.
  2. ^ Kristó & Makk 1996, p. Appendix 2.
  3. ^ Wolverton 2001, p. 21.

SourcesEdit

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