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From: "Rafal T. Prinke" <>
Subject: Re: Continental genes
Date: Thu, 07 Jun 2001 23:39:51 +0200
(William Addams Reitwiesner) wrote:
> (Clagett, Brice) wrote:
I somehow have not seen Brice's message...
> True, but this begs the question of Margaret's relationship to Duke
> Przemysl. He had equal opportunity to arrange the marriage of an unrelated
> woman in the bridal party to one of King Richard's favorite knights.
Can you tell me how Margaret is described in the sources?
Is she called "of Teschen" (what spelling)? Or is she called
"of Bohemia"? Or what?
> This begs the question of who, other than Margaret's descendant himself,
> regarded him as having any sort of claim to the Bohemian throne.
> In other words, Evans' article is not just lacking proof, it's lacking
Does Evans say when (which year) was the claim made?
It looks like an interesting topic for considering various
possibilities and weighing the probabilities. There were
many claimants to the Bohemian Crown at that time, so
he may have been one more for some reason.
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