Ladislaus II (also spelled Vladislav II or Władysław II) may refer to: . Władysław II the Exile (1105–1159), Duke of Poland and Silesia; Ladislaus II of Hungary (1131–1163), king of Hungary from 1162 to 1163
Władysław II the Exile From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Władysław II the Exile, (Polish: Władysław II Wygnaniec; Kraków, Poland, 1105 – May 30, 1159, Altenburg, Holy Roman Empire) was High Duke of Poland, 1138-1146. He was the son of Bolesław III Wrymouth, Duke of Poland, and Zbyslava, daughter of Sviatopolk II of Kiev.
Wikipedia Władysław II the Exile Piast of Poland, High Duke of Poland, was born 1105 to Bolesław III Wrymouth of Poland (1086-1138) and Zbyslava of Kiev (c1087-c1112) and died 30 May 1159 of unspecified causes. He married Agnes von Babenberg (c1108-1163) 1125 JL. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814).
- Agnes von Babenberg (c1108-1163)
- Zbyslava of Kiev (c1087-c1112)
- High Duke of Poland
Władysław II Jagiełło (1351–1434), Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland Władysław II the Exile (1105–1159), High Duke of Poland and Duke of Silesia Władysław III of Poland (1424–1444), King of Poland, and King of Hungary
Władysław II the Exile (Polish: Władysław II Wygnaniec) (1105 – 30 May 1159) was a High Duke of Poland and Duke of Silesia from 1138 until his expulsion in 1146. He is the progenitor of the Silesian Piasts.
After a period in exile during the rule of Wenceslaus II, Władysław regained several duchies and then Krakow in 1306 when Wenceslaus III was murdered. He temporarily took control of part of Greater Poland after the death of his ally Przemysł II, lost it, and then subsequently regained it.
Władysław II the Exile From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Władysław II the Exile, (Polish: Władysław II Wygnaniec; b. Kraków, Kingdom of Poland, 1105 – d. Altenburg, Holy Roman Empire, 30 May 1159) was a High Duke of Poland and Duke of Silesia from 1138 until 1146.
Sigismund II possessed to a high degree the tenacity and patience that seem to have characterized all the Jagiellons, and he added to these qualities a dexterity and diplomatic finesse. No other Polish king seems to have so thoroughly understood the nature of the Polish Sejm and national assembly.