Čeněk of Wartenberg
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|Čeněk z Vartemberka|
|Died||17 September 1425
Veliš Castle, Crown of Bohemia
|Allegiance||Utraquist (1419–20, 1421, 1425)
|Rank||Highest Burgrave of Bohemia|
|Battles/wars||Vyšehrad – Vítkov Hill – Hořice|
Čeněk of Wartenberg (Czech: Čeněk z Vartemberka; German: Vinzenz von Wartenberg; c. 1379 – 17 September 1425) was a commander of the Royalist Bohemian forces at the start of the Hussite Wars. Up until the first half of 1420 he was a commander of the Utraquist League, a moderate fraction of the Hussite movement. As a result of severe atrocities committed by Taborites, members of the more radical part of this movement, he returned to the royalist/Catholic side.
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