- 1361–1419, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1378–1400; as Wenceslaus IV, king of Bohemia 1378–1419.
- SaintGood King Wenceslaus, a.d. 903?–c935, duke of Bohemia 928–935.
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"Call me Meg, Wenceslaus, but not when mamma is present," was her simple answer.
This is Wenceslaus—Mr. Wenceslaus Arthmann, the sculptor, mamma, and he is doing me in clay.
Boleslav succeeded Wenceslaus as first Bohemian Prince of that name.
This building was yet unfinished when Wenceslaus was martyred.
Tells also of Charles's troubles, and introduces his son Wenceslaus.
- 1361–1419, Holy Roman Emperor (1378–1400) and, as Wenceslaus IV, king of Bohemia (1378–1419)
- Saint, known as Good King Wenceslaus. ?907–929, duke of Bohemia (?925–29); patron saint of Bohemia. Feast day: Sept 28
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