Anne of Bohemia
Anne of Böhmen LG (born May 11, 1366 in Prague ; † June 7, 1394 in Sheen (now part of London)) was Queen from January 20, 1382 to June 7, 1394 through her marriage to King Richard II of England of England, she was crowned on January 22nd, 1382. The marriage had no children.
On January 20, 1382, through the mediation of the papal legate Cardinal Pietro Pileo di Prata , she married the fifteen-year-old English King Richard II in Westminster Abbey . Biographers describe the marriage as happy, and Anne became very popular in England over time People. When she was killed by the plague , according to reports from the chroniclers, Richard became "wild with grief" and had the residence in Sheen, where she died, and the surrounding buildings demolished.
It is believed that accompanying Bohemian nobles and the increase in Bohemian students at English universities contributed to the dissemination of the ideas of the reformer John Wyclif in Bohemia with the corresponding influence on the later Hussite movement .
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|Johann of Luxembourg||Elisabeth Přemyslovna of Bohemia (1292-1330)||Bogislaw V. of Pomerania||Elisabeth of Poland|
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Queen Consort of England
|Isabelle de Valois|
|SURNAME||Anne of Bohemia|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||first royal consort of Richard II of England|
|DATE OF BIRTH||May 11, 1366|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Prague|
|DATE OF DEATH||June 7, 1394|
|Place of death||Sheen (now part of London)|