Talk:Judith of Swabia

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What do all those "v." abbreviations stand for. I assume it isn't "versus". Vicki Rosenzweig

it's abbreviating "von"; presumably whoever wrote this was German. I'll change them to "of" Loren Rosen


Hmmm.. something's confused here genealogically, as Wladyslav I Herman of Poland was father, not son of Boleslaw III Krzywousty King of Poland 1102-1138. Wladyslav I Herman was married three times, and his last two wives were both named Judith. He was father of Boleslaw III by his second wife, Judith of Bohemia. Judith of Swabia was his third wife. I have no idea who "Kiraly Salomon" might be. Coloman of Hungary didn't marry anyone named Judith. -- Someone else 05:51, 30 Oct 2003 (UTC)
Saloman (or Solomon) is distinct from Coloman. According to the kings of Hungary page he ruled from 1063 to 1074. A chart I have shows him as Coloman's first cousin once removed.