from the ninth to 14th centuries the Bohemian princely and royal dynasty, named after its legendary founder Přemysl, a peasant plowman from the village of Stadic. Beginning in the 12th century, the Přemyslids became hereditary kings. The best-known members of the dynasty were Otakar I Přemysl (reigned 1198–1230), Vaclav I (1230–53), and Otakar II Přemysl (1253–78).

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