Bolesław I Chrobry – (967- - 1025) was the firstborn son of Mieszko I and Dobrawa. In 972 he was sent to the Imperial Court in Germany as a hostage. In 984 Bolesław married the daughter of Rikdag, Margrare of Meissen. At the end of 986, Bolesław married a Hungarian princess with whom he had a son, Bezprym.  Literature identified the princess as Judith, the daughter of Géza,  Grand Prince of the Hungarians. By 987 Bolesław married Emnilda, the daughter of Dobromir. After the death of his father, Mieszko I, Bolesław banished his stepmother and his two half-brothers and took control of the whole country. He joined the European diplomacy, supported the German Emperor Otto III. Bolesław also organized chistianizing missions to Prussia. In 999 Bishop Wojciech was canonized and Chrobry set an archdiocese in Gniezno and dioceses in Kołobrzeg, Kraków and Wrocław. In 1000 Otto III visited Poland and presented Bolesław with a copy of the lance of Saint Maurice as a gift. Since 1002 Chrobry was fighting with Germans. In 1018 in Budziszyn a peace treaty was signed. His country become one of the leading countires in Europe of that times. Bolesław had himself crowned as the king of Poland in 1025.

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