Vladislav

Vladislav (vläˈdyĭsläf) [key], Czech version of the name Ladislaus. Two kings of Bohemia who were thus named were Vladislav I (who was Ladislaus V, king of Hungary) and Vladislav II (who was Uladislaus II, king of Hungary).

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