Malfrida (died 1000) was probably the Bohemian wife of the grand prince of Kiev Vladimir I of Kiev.
Primary Chronicle mentioned about a death of woman named Malfrida. Russian historian Vasily Tatishchev supposed that Malfrida was a Bohemian wife of Vladimir I of Kiev.
Other historians supposed that Malfrida was identical to Malusha.
Bohemian wife of Vladimir I of Kiev probably had two sons with him:
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