Salomea of Berg
Salome von Berg - Schelkingen (* 1099 in the Danube Circle, Württemberg, † July 27, 1144 ) was the daughter of Heinrich Graf zu mountain and Adelheid of Mochental, daughter of Margrave Diepoldsberg II of Giengen Vohburg. She was the second wife of Bolesław III. Wry-mouthed, Duke of Poland.
In the course of their marriage in 1115 closed with Bolesław III. Wrymouth she brought a total of 14 children born, of whom four sons and six daughters, the youth who survived:
- Leszek (* 1115 † August 26 before 1131 );
- Casimir, the Elder ( * 1117/1122, † October 19, 1131 );
- Bolesław IV, the Kraus -haired (* 1125, † April 3, 1173 );
- Mieszko III the Old. (* 1126/27; † March 13, 1202 );
- Henry of Sandomierz (* 1127/31; † October 18, 1166 );
- Casimir II the Just, the Younger ( * 1138, † May 5, 1194 );
- Rycheza ( Ryksa; * 1116/17; † after 1155 ), married in first marriage to Magnus, King of Västergötland from the house Estridsson, in second marriage with Vladimir, Prince of Minsk - Grodno and his third wife with Sverker I, King from Sweden;
- Sofia ( * 1120, † October 10, 1136 );
- Gertrude (* 1126/1135, † May 7, 1160 ), a nun in Zwiesel;
- Dobroniega Ludgarda ( Dobronega, Lucardis; * 1128/1135, † 1160/1181 ), married about 1142 Dietrich, Margrave of Lusatia;
- Judith (* 1133, † 1175 ), married to Ladislaus II, king of Hungary and Otto I, Margrave of Brandenburg;
- Agnes (* 1137, † after 1181 ), married with Mstislav II, Grand Prince of Kievan Rus;
- Przybysława ( Pribislawa; † after 1156 ), married to Ratibor I, Duke of Pomerania;
- NN daughter, married to Konrad, Count of Plötzkau, Margrave of Nordmark.
After her husband's death, Poland was divided among his sons. Salome received from her stepson Władysław II the displaced parts of his lands, which could manage until her death. She also received the right to Henry during his business of government to represent as regent in Sandomierz and Lublin or support. 1141 Salome tries to promise her three year old daughter to the son of the Kievan Grand Prince Vsevolod II.