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  1. John II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor - hyperleap.com

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    John II, Duke of Opava-Ratibor (also known as John II of Troppau or John the Iron; Jan II. Opavský or Hanuš Ferreus; after 1365 – 1424) was Duke of Opava-Racibórz (Ratibor), Krnov and Bruntál.wikipedia

  2. Duchy of Troppau - hyperleap.com

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    Only the Duchy of Teschen, the Duchy of Troppau and the Duchy of Nysa remained under the control of the Bohemian crown and as such were known as the Duchy of Upper and Lower Silesia until 1918. It was capital of the Silesian, Bohemian and finally Austrian Duchy of Opava. He also bears the titles Duke of Troppau and Jägerndorf, and Count Rietberg.

  3. Henry V of Iron - hyperleap.com

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    Ścinawa - Henry IV the Faithful - John, Duke of Ścinawa - Casimir III the Great - Konrad I of Oleśnica - Przemko II of Głogów - Henry VI the Older - Hedwig of Sagan - Bolesław III of Płock - Wenceslaus of Płock - Henry VII Rumpold - Henry VIII the Sparrow - Rupert I of Legnica - John I, Duke of Opava-Ratibor - Żagań - Głogów - Herman, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel - Wschowa ...

  4. Duchies of Silesia

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    In 1327 the remaining Duchy of Wrocław as well as most other duchies ruled by the Silesian Piasts passed to the Kingdom of Bohemia as Duchies of Silesia. In the 10th century, Silesia was incorporated into the early Polish state, and after its division in the 12th century became a Piast duchy. The Duchy of Teschen (Herzogtum Teschen), also Duchy of Cieszyn (Księstwo Cieszyńskie) or Duchy of ...

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