Hrabišici

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The Hrabišici (in Czech plural form; German: Hrabischitz) was an important North Bohemian aristocratic family, that was also known as the lords of Osek or of Osek and Riesenburg (Czech: z Oseka) but were also named von Riesenburg after their castle, the Riesenburg. The history of the family goes back to the 11th century.[1] The family fell on hard times in the 15th century and died out in the early 16th century.

Genealogy of important members of the line of Riesenburg and Osek

Not fully traced

  1. Všebor I (died before 1061), was presumably an important figure [2] in Bohemia at that time. From the papers of King Vratislav II it can be inferred that a certain Všebor gifted the village of Lodín to Břevnov Monastery.[3]
    1. Všebor II (died before 1073)
      1. Kojata, is mentioned in the years 1061 to 1068 as governor of the castle of Bílina and the district of Bilina. In the following 35 years there are no more entries in the historic documents about other individuals.[4]
        1. Hrabeš the Great also Hrabeš I (died 1158), was from 1103 to 1109 Great Chamberlain of Bořivoj II, Duke of Bohemia
          1. Unknown member of the House of Hrabischitz
            1. Heralt Gerardus (died 1122) (for continuation see “Traced genealogies”)
            2. Vschebor III de Vinarec, mentioned 1172
            3. Grabissa II (Hrabiš II), von 1180 to at the latest 1183 Great Chamberlain (born about 1120; (died 6 November 1197)
            4. Kojata III, Vizekämmerer 1185–1187
              1. Olen, mentioned 1121
              2. Boresch (Boreš), mentioned 1091
              3. Olen, mentioned vor 1091

Traced genealogies

  1. Heralt Gerardus or Kojata III
    1. Grabissa III (Hrabiš III) (died 1197), höchster Kämmerer 1188–1189, and 1191–1197
      1. Grabissa IV (Hrabiš IV) (died about 1197)
      2. Kojata IV also Kojata von Brüx (Kojata z Mostu) (died 1228), 1207 mentioned als Unterkellner, married Vratislava
      3. Vschebor IV also Svebor von Schwabenitz (Všebor IV ze Švábenic) (died about 1224), mentioned from 1190
        1. Svatochna, mentioned 1234–1258, married Slavibor z Drnovic
        2. Euphemie (Eufémie), mentioned from 1232–1268 gemeinsam mit ihrer Schwester gehören sie zu Begründer der Herren von Schwabenitz (ze Švábenic)
    2. Slauko der Große (Slávek Veliký also Slávek I) (died 1226), um 1207 Burggraf in Bilin, höchster Kämmerer from 1198 to 1202 and 1212 to 1226. Slávek gründete bei Elbogen die Städte Schlackenwerth and Schlaggenwald. End of the 12th century he authorised the foundation of the Cistercian abbey of Ossegg.
      1. Grabissa V (Hrabiš V), mentioned 1197–1203
      2. Bohuslav I von Hrabischitz (born about 1180; died 1241), Königlicher Kämmerer
        1. Slauko III (Slavek III) (died before 28 February 1250 in Ossegg) (1234 to 1240 Abbot of Ossegg, then until 1249 Abbot of Preußen with seat in Marienwerder)
        2. Boresch II von Riesenburg (also Bohuslav II de Riesenburg) (born about 1201; died before 1278), Höchster Marschall, Höchster Kämmerer. Er war married Richardis. Urahne der Adelsfamilie von Riesenburg (tschechisch z Rýzmburka)
    3. Boresch I (Boreš I) (died before 1207, mentioned 1188
      1. Slauko II (Slavek II), mentioned 1207–1209
      2. Odolen, mentioned 1224–1238
        1. Bohuslav, mentioned 1232–1234
          1. Odolen von Chiesch (Odolen z Chýše), mentioned 1254–1289, Urahne der Herren von Egerberg (z Egerberka)

References

  1. ^ Tomáš Velímský: Hrabišici páni z Rýzmburka, pp. 12 ff.
  2. ^ Cosmas von Prag: Chronica Boemorum Kapitel XIX
  3. ^ Tomáš Velímský: Hrabišici páni z Rýzmburka ISBN 80-7106-498-X, p. 15
  4. ^ Tomáš Velímský: Hrabišici páni z Rýzmburka ISBN 80-7106-498-X

Literature

  • Hans Beschorner: Die Herrschaft Riesenburg and ihre Besitzer to zum Übergang in wettinischen Besitz i. J. 1398. In: Forschungen zur Geschichte Sachsens and Böhmens. Dresden 1937. S. 92–128.
  • Volkmar Geupel: Der mittelalterliche Landesausbau der Hrabischitz im sächsischen Erzgebirge. Mitteilungen der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Archäologie des Mittelalters and der Neuzeit 8, 1997 online Fassung
  • Volkmar Geupel/Yves Hoffmann: Archäologische Funde aus Sayda im Erzgebirge. In: Jana Kubková/Jan Klápště/Martin Ježek/Petr Meduna unter anderem (Hrsg.): Zivot v archeologii středověku. Das Leben in der Archäologie des Mittelalters. Festschrift für Miroslav Richter and Zdeněk. Praha 1997. S. 185–191. ISBN 80-902465-0-8. [Am Schluss des Artikels Einordnung der Stadtentstehung von Sayda in den Landesausbau der Hrabischitze mit aktueller Zusammenfassung der Kontroversen zwischen deutschen and tschechischen Archäologen and Historikern bezüglich der Datierung.]
  • Mario Feuerbach: Das Zisterzienserkloster Ossegg. Baugeschichte and Baugestalt von der Gründung 1196 to in das Jahr 1691, Heimbach/Eifel 2009. ISBN 978-3-8107-9306-5.

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