House of Mojmír
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The House of Mojmír (Czech and Slovak: Mojmírovci) is the modern name of the ruling dynasty of Great Moravia, the Moravian principality and the Principality of Nitra in the 9th and early 10th century.
Its first known member (after whom the dynasty is named) was Mojmír I. The last known members presumably died in 906 during one of the invasions of Hungarian tribes. The developments of the family before Mojmír I and after 906 are unknown.
Notable members were:
- Mojmír I (Prince of Moravia ?830 - 833, Prince of Great Moravia 833-846)
- Rastislav (Prince of Nitra ? - 846, Prince/King of Great Moravia 846-870 [867-870 de facto Prince/King of Moravia only])
- Slavomír (an interim ruler of Great Moravia 871)
- Svatopluk I (Prince of Nitra in 850s-871, King of Great Moravia in 871-894)
- Mojmír II (King of Great Moravia 894-?906)
- Svatopluk II (Prince of Nitra 894-?906)
- Predslav (ruler of the region around Bratislava 894 - ?; disputed)