Anastasia of Greater Poland, Duchess Regent of Pomerania Anastasia of Greater Poland ( Polish : Anastazja Mieszkówna ; b. ca. 1164 – d. aft. 31 May 1240), was Duchess of Pomerania by marriage to Bogislaw I, Duke of Pomerania , and regent from 1187 until 1208.
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Anastasia of Greater Poland (Polish: Anastazja Mieszkówna; b. ca. 1164 - d. aft. 31 May 1240), was a Polish princess member of the House of Piast and by marriage Duchess of Pomerania. She was the youngest child of Mieszko III the Old , Duke of Greater Poland and since 1173 High Duke of Poland , by his second wife Eudoxia , daughter of Grand ...
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Anastasia of Greater Poland Anastasia Piast of Poland was born circa 1164 to Mieszko III the Old of Poland (c1126-1202) and Evdokiya Izyaslavna of Kiev (c1136-c1187) and died after 31 May 1240 of unspecified causes.
With Anastasia of Greater Poland: Bogislaw II, Duke of Pomerania ( c. 1177 – 1220) married Miroslawa of Pomerelia (d. 1233), the daughter of Mestwin I of Pomerelia and Swinislawa. Casimir II, Duke of Pomerania ( c. 1180 – 1219), married Ingardis of Denmark.
Mieszko III the Old (c. 1126/27 – 13 March 1202), of the royal Piast dynasty, was Duke of Greater Poland from 1138 and High Duke of Poland, with interruptions, from 1173 until his death. He was the fourth and second surviving son of Duke Bolesław III Wrymouth of Poland, by his second wife Salomea , daughter of the German count Henry of Berg ...
Anastasia (Greek Αναστασία) is a personal name and the female form of the Greek male name Anastasius/Anastasios (Koine Greek: Αναστασία) meaning "resurrection." [ 1 ] The name, and its male counterpart, were often given to Greek children born around December 2 or around Easter during the early days of Christianity.
Poznan Marriage Indexing Project for 1800-1899. Our goal is to transcribe the 19th century marriage records from the historic Greater Poland (then Prussian Province of Poznan) into a searchable online database.