Wenceslaus IV

Wenceslaus IV,

king of Bohemia: see WenceslausWenceslaus,
1361–1419, Holy Roman emperor (uncrowned) and German king (1378–1400), king of Bohemia (1378–1419) as Wenceslaus IV, elector of Brandenburg (1373–76), son and successor of Emperor Charles IV.
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, Holy Roman emperor.
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WHEN did Wenceslaus IV succeed Charles IV as Holy Roman Emperor?
The popular saint drowned after being thrown from the bridge by King Wenceslaus IV because he refused to reveal the Queen's confession.
1376; although some accounts make him as much as fifteen years older); as a young man he was connected with the court of King Wenceslaus IV and held the office of chamberlain to Queen Sophia; lost an eye in incessant civil strife under Wenceslaus between 1380 and 1419; an experienced warrior, he first came to national prominence after Wenceslaus died (1419); joined the advanced Hussite encampment at Tabor south of Prague when King Sigismund and the Prague burghers arranged an armistice (May?