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The Zličané (Czech pronunciation: ; German: Zlitschanen) were a tribe, that settled in the eastern fold of Czech Bohemia. They were the second most powerful tribe in the region but eventually were overpowered by the Přemyslid dynasty on 28 September 995 when the ruling Slavník dynasty was massacred by the Přemyslids.

In addition to the Zličans, the Slavniks ruled the Charvats and Doudlebs tribes, gord Stará (Old) Kouřim and probably also the Świdnica town.

Dukes and chiefs of Zličans

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