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  1. Henry III, Duke of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    Henry III (I) of Głogów (Polish: Henryk; 1251/60 – 3 December 1309) was a duke of Glogów from 1274 to his death and also duke of parts of Greater Poland during 1306–1309. He was one of the sons (probably the second) [1] of Konrad I , Duke of Głogów , by his first wife Salome , daughter of Duke Władysław of Greater Poland .

  2. Przemko II of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    Przemko II of Głogów (Polish: Przemko II głogowski) (c. 1305 – 11 January 1331) was a Duke of Żagań, Ścinawa, etc., from 1309 to 1321 (with his brothers as co-rulers), Duke of Oleśnica, Namysłów, Gniezno and Kalisz from 1309 to 1312 (with his brothers as co-ruler) and Duke of Głogów starting in 1318 (until 1321 with his brother, then alone).

  3. Henry V, Duke of Legnica - Wikipedia

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    Henry V obtained his freedom after surrendering the towns of Namysłów, Bierutów, Oleśnica, Kluczbork, Byczyna, Wołczyn, Olesno, Chojnów, and Bolesławiec and their respective fortresses to Henry III, paying a ransom of 30,000 pieces and promising to assist the Duke of Głogów in all his conflicts for the next five years.

  4. Henry IV the Faithful - Wikipedia

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    Henry IV (II) the Faithful (c. 1292 – 22 January 1342) was a Duke of Żagań and parts of Greater Poland from 1309 until 1317 (with his brothers in all the lands except Głogów in different divisions among them), Duke of Głogów from 1318 until 1321 (with his brother as co-ruler) and sole ruler over Żagań from 1321 until his death.

  5. Henry XI of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    He was the second son of Henryk IX Starszy, Duke of Głogów by his wife Hedwig, daughter of Duke Konrad III the Old duke of Oleśnica. Life Edit The death of his older brother Sigismund on 24 December 1458 made him the sole heir of his father (another brother, whose name is unknown, died young).

  6. Henry III - Wikipedia

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    Henry III, Duke of Głogów (died 1309/60–1309) Henry III, Duke of Mecklenburg (c. 1337–1383) Henry III of Castile (1379–1406) Henry III, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (died 1421) Henry III, Count of Schauenburg-Holstein (died 1421) Henry III, Duke of Brunswick-Grubenhagen (1416–1464) Henry III, Landgrave of Upper Hesse (1440–1483 ...

  7. Henry V, Duke of Legnica

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    Henry V obtained his freedom after surrendering the towns of Namysłów, Bierutów, Oleśnica, Kluczbork, Byczyna, Wołczyn, Olesno, Chojnów, and Bolesławiec and their respective fortresses to Henry III, paying a ransom of 30,000 pieces and promising to assist the Duke of Głogów in all his conflicts for the next five years.

  8. Henryk III dari Głogów - Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia ...

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    Di dalam surat wasiatnya, Henryk III meninggalkan istrinya Glogów sebagai Oprawa wdowia, yang ia kendalikan sampai kematiannya. Catatan [ sunting | sunting sumber ] ^ Traditionally is believed that Henry III was the oldest of the brothers because he inherited from his father the center of the principality - Głogów, and also appears as the ...

  9. Matilda Brunswick-Lüneburgekoa - Wikipedia, entziklopedia askea.

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    Henrike III.aren heriotzaren ostean, 1309an, eta euren seme Henrike IV.ak boterea hartzeko adina baldin bazuen ere, Matilda bere senarraren dukerrietako erregente bilakatu zen 1312ra arte. In March 1291 Matilda married Duke Henry III of Glogów. With this union, Henry III gained an important ally in his fight against Henry V the Fat, Duke of ...

  10. Konrad I, Duke of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    Konrad was the fourth son of Henry II the Pious, Duke of Silesia and High Duke of Poland from 1238, by his wife Anna, daughter of the Přemyslid king Ottokar I of Bohemia. At the time of his father's death in the 1241 Battle of Legnica against the Golden Horde , he and his younger brother Władysław were placed under the guardianship of their ...