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  1. Rudolf III, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg - Wikipedia

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    About 1387/89 Rudolf married with Anna of Meissen (d. 4 July 1395), a daughter of the Wettin landgrave Balthasar of Thuringia and secondly in March 1396 with Barbara (d. 17 May 1435), daughter of the Piast duke Rupert I of Legnica. He had five children: Scholastica (1393–1463), married Duke Jan I of Żagań; Rudolph (d. 1406), Wenceslas (d. 1407),

  2. Barbara, Princess of Liegnitz (1384-1436) • FamilySearch

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    Discover life events, stories and photos about Barbara, Princess of Liegnitz (1384-1436) of Legnica, Wroclawskiego, Poland.

    • Female
    • Rudolf, Rudolf III de Saxe Wittenberg
  3. Category:Barbara of Legnica - Wikimedia Commons

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    Barbara of Legnica.jpg 322 × 591; 247 KB Guestrow Ulrich grave 001.JPG 3,648 × 2,736; 2.67 MB Kristian IIIs av Danmark stamtavla - Nationalmuseum - 15818.tif 6,694 × 1,901; 12.15 MB

  4. Rupert I of Legnica - Wikipedia

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    The successive deaths of Louis I the Fair (6 December 1398) and his son Henry VII (11 July 1399) left Rupert as the Head of the Silesian Legnica-Brieg branch, who allowed him to act as a mediator in the disputes of his Silesian relatives (for example in 1399 between the Dukes of Opole and the Bishop of Lubusz, Jan Borschnitzem, and in 1400, with the sons of Henry VII, who wanted to share their dominions).

    • 27 March 1347
    • Anna of Cieszyn
  5. The Guardian Angel: Eucharistic of Legnica, Poland, 2013

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    Professor Barbara Engel, after analyzing the sample, said: “The scientists’ conclusion is that it is human myocardial tissue.” The fact that the Legnica miracle happened in a church dedicated to St. Hyacinth (1185-1257) is significant.

  6. Henry XI of Legnica - Wikipedia

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    Henry XI of Legnica (Polish: Henryk XI Legnicki; Schloss Liegnitz, 23 February 1539 – Krakow, 3 March 1588), was a thrice Duke of Legnica: 1551-1556 (under regency), 1559–1576 and 1580-1581. He was the eldest son of Frederick III , Duke of Legnica , by his wife Katharina, daughter of Henry V, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin .

  7. Rupert I legnicki of Legnica, książę (1347 - 1409) - Genealogy

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    May 03, 2020 · Rupert I of Legnica From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rupert I of Legnica (Polish: Ruprecht I Legnicki; b. 27 March 1347 - d. by 12 January 1409), was a Duke of Legnica since 1364 until his death, and also regent over half of the Duchy of Głogów-Żagań during 1397-1401.

  8. The Christmas miracle of Legnica - CatholicCitizens.org

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    24 December 2017 On Christmas, December 25, 2013, one of the most impressive Eucharistic miracles in church history happened in Legnica, Poland. The result of forensic examinations was clear. Guest contribution by Michael Hesemann Legnica (kath.net) Ironically, on Christmas, December 25, 2013, happened in the Polish Legnica (German: Legnica in Lower Silesia) one of the …

  9. Eucharistic Miracle of LEGNICA - The Real Presence

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    the Eucharistic miracle which took place in Legnica in 2013 The Original press release Doctor and cardiologist Professor Barbara Engel, who was one of the scientists involved in the scientific analysis, said during the press conference: "The material was analyzed using UV rays with an orange filter and the results were univocal.

  10. Barbara of Brandenburg, Marquise of Mantua - Wikipedia

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    Barbara of Brandenburg (1422 – 7 November 1481) was a Marchioness consort of Mantua, married in 1433 to Ludovico III Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua. She was referred to as a virago because of her strong character and forceful nature, and served as Regent of Mantua several times during the absence of Ludivico III between 1445 and 1455.