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English: Bretislaus I of Bohemia is kidnapping his wife Judith (Jitka) of Schweinfurt from the monastery. In Chronicle of so called Dalimil.
Čeština: Vpravo je zobrazen násilný únos Jitky ze Svinibrodu Břetislavem I. z kláštera. Kronika tak řečeného Dalimila (Dalimilova kronika)
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