Jaromir

Jaromír, Jaromir, Jaroměr is a Slavic male given name. ==Origin and meaning== Jaromír is a West Slavic given name composed of two stems jaro and mír. The meaning is not definite: ==Variations== The female forms are Jaromira or Jaromíra. ==People known as Jaromir== ===Royalty=== ===Others=== ...
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Jaromír

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Jaromír

[Bishop of Prague] Jaromír (after 1035 - 26 June 1090) was the Bishop of Prague from 1068, when he was appointed by his brother, Vratislaus II of Bohemia. The two were both sons of Duke Bretislaus I of Bohemia. In 1063, Vratislaus established a diocese at Olomouc and raised John, a monk of Břevnov, to the see. Jaromír was resentful of th...
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