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  1. Sophia of Halshany - Wikipedia

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    Sophia sponsored a translation of the Bible into the Polish language (1453–1461). Even though the translation was not completed, the work, known as Bible of Queen Sophia, is an important monument of the Polish language. See also. Media related to Sophia of Halshany at Wikimedia Commons; Media related to Queen Sophia's Chapel at Wikimedia Commons

  2. Halshany - Wikipedia

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    Halshany (Belarusian: Гальшáны, Lithuanian: Alšėnai, Russian: Гольшáны, Polish: Holszany, Yiddish: אלשאן ‎ Olshan) is a village and former town in the Grodno Region of Belarus. It is known as the former seat of the Olshanski princely family and the location of the ruined Halshany Castle. History

  3. Sophia of Halshany Biography | Pantheon

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    Read more on Wikipedia. Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sophia of Halshany has received more than 52,664 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 6,695th most popular politician.

  4. Sofía de Halshany - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Sophia de Halshany o Sonka Olshanskaya (en bielorruso, Соф'я Гальшанская; en lituano, Sofija Alšėniškė; en polaco, Zofia Holszańska; c. 1405-Cracovia, 21 de septiembre de 1461) fue una princesa de Halshany en el Gran Ducado de Lituania.

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  6. Sophia of Halshany - Wikidata

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    Wife of Jogaila, Queen consort of Poland. This page was last edited on 29 June 2020, at 12:24. All structured data from the main, Property, Lexeme, and EntitySchema namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; text in the other namespaces is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.

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    Sophia of Halshany (Belarusian: Соф'я Гальшанская, Sofja Halšanskaja; Lithuanian: Sofija Alšėniškė; Polish: Zofia Holszańska) (c. 1405–1461), was a Lithuanian princess of Halshany, Queen of Poland from (1422–1434), and the last wife of Jogaila.

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    Sophia of Halshany From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sophia of Halshany (Belarusian: Соф'я Гальшанская, Sofja Halšanskaja; Lithuanian: Sofija Alšėniškė; Polish: Zofia Holszańska) (c. 1405-1461), was a Lithuanian princess of Halshany, Queen of Poland from (1422-1461), and the last wife of Jogaila.

  9. Sophia Jagiellon, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg - Wikipedia

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    Sophia was born in Kraków, a daughter of King Sigismund I of Poland (1467–1548) and his second wife, the Italian princess Bona Sforza (1494–1557). She was the third of her parents' six children and raised at the royal court of Wawel Castle with her siblings including Isabella Jagiellon, Sigismund II Augustus, Anna Jagiellon, Catherine Jagiellon and Albert Jagiellon.

  10. Sophia thus became in the Margravine consort of Ansbach. Shortly after, they received in their domains the visit of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III. During all this time, a continuing problem was the payment of Sophia's dowry. In 1489, Sophia's brother Vladislaus II promised Frederick he would pay the rest of the money his father owed.

  11. Władysław II Jagiełło - Wikipedia

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    Sophia of Halshany b. c. 1405 d. 21 Sep 1461 OO 7 Feb 1422 1 2 4 4 4 Elizabeth Bonifacia b. 22 Jun 1399 d. 13 Jul 1399 Hedwig b. 8 Apr 1408 d. 8 Dec 1431 Władysław III b. 31 Oct 1424 d. 10 Nov 1444 Casimir b. 16 May 1426 d. 2 Mar 1427 Casimir IV b. 30 Nov 1427