||Biagota (Unknown) z Čechy was a member of aristocracy in Europe.|
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Biagota is known as the probable wife of Boleslas I of Bohemia and, therefore, possibly the mother of their four children. Her existence is inferred from a few coins which are considered the oldest type of Přemyslid denar. The inscription reads BIAGOTACOIIIIX or BIAGOTACOVIIX for Biagota Coniux. Her origin is unknown. She could originate from one of German states of Holy Roman Empire or from a Slavic country (Blahota or Bjegota was an old Bulgarian name) but by this time rulers were marrying across Europe, and either hypothesis could be correct.
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