This list represents the armies of Bohemia from approximately 900 AD until approximately 1200 AD. During this period, the Premysl dynasty ruled Bohemia as autonomous rulers and Dukes under nominal Frankish, Ottonian and Polish suzerainty. Bohemians (Czechs) have historically been considered the most westernized of all of the Slavic peoples, later adopting a version of the Latin alphabet. Germans had lived in Bohemian lands prior to the Slavic migrations, and continued to do so. Additional Germans began to migrate East in the 9th Century as artisans, missionaries and warriors, and this trend continued and increased over time.
The Bohemians often fought both for and against their powerful Frankish neighbors, with King Boleslav I fighting a war against Otto I in 950 and then fighting allied to Otto I in 955 to halt Magyar encroachment at the Battle of Lech River.
|Era: Triumph of Cavalry|| || Early Kingdom of Bohemia
c.900 AD - 1200 AD
|CR: H:3 L:4|| ||BP: 2||Init: 5|
|1||HC(d)||Bohemian Nobles||Key||5  0||+1||Lance||11|
|3||HC(d)||Bohemian Nobles||Key||4  0||+1||Various||30|
|2||FT||Slavs||Key||4  1||+1||Various||8|
|1||LI|| || ||4  2||+1||Javelins||7|
|2||SI|| || ||3  2||+2||Javelins||4|
|2||HC(d)||Germans/Bohemians||Key||5  0||+1||Lance||11|
|4||HC(d)||Bohemian Nobles||Key||4 0||+1||Various||10|
|2||LC||Slavs||Key||2  0||+1||Javelins||7|
|2||FT||Swabian Mercenaries||Key||6  1||+1||2-Handed Swords||8|
|2||FT||Germans||Key||5  1||+1||Various||6|
|4||FT||Slavs||Key||4  1||+1||Various||4|
|3||LI|| || ||4  2||+1||Javelins||7|
|2||SI|| || ||3  2||+2||Javelins||2|
|2||SI|| || ||2  1||+2||Bows||2|
|1||HC||Turkic Nobles*||Key||4  0||+1||Various/Bows||12|
|2||LC||Turkic Horse Archers*||Key||1  0||+1||Bows||6|
|1||HC||Polish Nobles**||Key||5  0||+1||Lances||12|
|2||FT||Poles**||Key||5  1||+1||Various||6|
Core: 1 GR
Bonus: (2 max): 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG, 1 W
*Turkic types represent remaining Avars, Magyars and other native types. If any Turkic types are bought, all must be bought.
**If any Poles are bought, all must be bought. Polish cavalry is not subject to Obligatory Charge.
A Bohemian Player may buy as many or as few Germans as he wishes. Germans were interspersed throughout Bohemia and readily available as mercenaries and allies from the outside.
German/Bohemian HC (FV 5  0) represents either Germans settled in Bohemia, Germans from outside Bohemia (allies/mercenaries) or native Bohemian Slavs who had adopted German military training and equipment to such a degree as to be indistinguishable.
List Author: Ben Checota
This army may fight in the Triumph of Cavalry and the Age of Chivalry eras.