Malfrida

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Malfrida (died 1000) was the probably Bohemian wife of grand prince of Kiev Vladimir I of Kiev.

Primary Chronicle mentioned about a death of woman named Malfrida. Russian historian Vasily Tatishchev supposed that Malfrida was a Bohemian wife of Vladimir I of Kiev.

Other historian supposed that Malfida was indical to Malusha.

Probably children[edit]

Bohemian wife of Vladimir I of Kiev probably had two sons with him:

Sources[edit]

Russian royalty
Vacant
Title last held by
Unconfirmed
Last known consort: Rogneda of Polotsk
Grand Princess consort of Kiev
980–988
Vacant
Title next held by
Unconfirmed
Next known consort: Anna Porphyrogeneta