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  1. Bolesław I, Duke of Cieszyn - Wikipedia

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    Bolesław I of Cieszyn was a Duke of half of Bytom and Siewierz from 1405, Duke of Cieszyn and half of both Głogów and Ścinawa from 1410, and Duke of Toszek and Strzelin during 1410–1414. He was the second son of Przemysław I Noszak, Duke of Cieszyn by his wife Elisabeth, daughter of Bolesław, Duke of Koźle-Bytom. In the chronicle of Jan Długosz he is named the eldest son, but this is certainly a mistake, because elsewhere, Przemysław of Oświęcim was always placed before Bolesław.

  2. Bolesław II, Duke of Cieszyn - Wikipedia

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    (Teschen); c. 1425/28 – 4 October 1452), was a Duke of Cieszyn since 1431 (until 1442 with his brothers as co-rulers), ruler over half of Bielsko and Frysztat (from 1442), and during 1452 sole ruler over one half of Bytom . He was the fourth and youngest son of Duke Bolesław I of Cieszyn by his second wife Euphemia,...

  3. Wenceslaus I, Duke of Cieszyn - Wikipedia

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    In 1468, the childless Duke abdicated in favor of his nephew Casimir II the rule over Cieszyn (although the real power was held by Wenceslaus's brother Przemysław II). In 1471 Wenceslaus obtained the sole authority over Bielsko , after supported the candidacy of Władysław II as King of Bohemia .

  4. Who married Bolesław I, Duke of Cieszyn? | WhoMarried.com

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    Euphemia of Masovia (Polish: Eufemia mazowiecka ; 1395/97 – before 17 September 1447), was Duchess of Cieszyn by marriage to Bolesław I, Duke of Cieszyn, and regent of the Duchy of Cieszyn during the minority of her sons from 1431.

  5. Kazimierz I, Duke of Cieszyn (1285 - c.1358) - Genealogy

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  6. About: Bolesław II, Duke of Cieszyn

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    Bolesław II of Cieszyn (Polish: Bolesław II cieszyński, Czech: Boleslav II. (Těšín), German: Boleslaus II. (Teschen); c. 1425/28 – 4 October 1452), was a Duke of Cieszyn since 1431 (until 1442 with his brothers as co-rulers), ruler over half of Bielsko and Frysztat (from 1442), and during 1452 sole ruler over one half of Bytom.

  7. Casimir I, Duke of Cieszyn - Wikipedia

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    The dispute was only resolved in 1357 (the decision was made as early as 1355, but Bytom remained until that time under the rule of Margareta of Sternberg —Bolesław's widow— as her dower): the Duke of Cieszyn took possession of half of Bytom and Gliwice, Toszek and Pyskowice.

  8. Duchy of Teschen - Wikipedia

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    The duchy shared the history of the Cieszyn Silesia region, and also in part that of Silesia in general: the Teschen area was the south-easternmost part of the medieval Duchy of Silesia, a Polish province established upon the death of Duke Bolesław III Wrymouth in 1138.

  9. About: Wenceslaus I, Duke of Cieszyn - DBpedia

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    Wenceslaus I of Cieszyn (Polish: Wacław I cieszyński, Czech: Václav I. (Těšín), German: Wenzel I. (Teschen); 1413/18 – 1474), was a Duke of Cieszyn from 1431 (until 1442 with his brothers as co-rulers), Duke of half of Bytom during 1431-1452 (returned to him soon after until 1459) and Duke of Siewierz (until 1443).

  10. Euphemia of Masovia - Wikipedia

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    Euphemia of Masovia (Polish: Eufemia mazowiecka; 1395/97 – before 17 September 1447), was Duchess of Cieszyn by marriage to Bolesław I, Duke of Cieszyn, and regent of the Duchy of Cieszyn during the minority of her sons from 1431.