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Jaroslav Borzita of Martinice
Jaroslav Bořita z Martinic (Czech pronunciation: [ˈjarɔslav ˈbɔr̝ɪta]; German: Jaroslav Borsita von Martinic/Martinitz) (6 January 1582 – 21 November 1649) was a Bohemian nobleman and a representative of Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor who, along with Vilém Slavata of Chlum, were victims in the 1618 Defenestration of Prague (also known as the Second Defenestration of Prague).
His daughter Barbara Eusebia was the second wife of Christian William of Brandenburg.