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  1. Boleslaw I (Prince) of BRESLAU-LIEGNITZ-SCHWEIDNITZ aka Bolko `the Strict'; aka Boleslaw III (Duke) of SCHLESIEN-SCHWEIDNITZ Born: abt. 1253 Died: 1301

  2. Bolko I the Strict - Wikidata

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  3. Bolesław II the Horned (1220-1278) • FamilySearch

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    Bolko the Strict I. 1252-1301. Duke of Lwówek Bolko I the Strict. ... FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across ...

  4. Castles of Poland: Książ | Mama Miod Blog

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    Bolko I the Strict built castles and fortifications throughout the Silesia region to protect his lands from the rival kingdoms nearby and especially from Wacław II, king of the Czechs (known as Bohemia). In 1295, Wacław II declared war with Bolko I.

  5. Built in 1288-1292 under Bolko I the Strict. Hochberg, Bolko Graf. Bolko II the Small. ... Search Results for Bolko Stock Photos and Images (81) Page 1 of 1. 1.

  6. Previously Unknown Fortifications Discovered Near Grodno ...

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    Grodno Castle is located on the Choina Mountain in Zagórze Śląskie (Walim commune). It was probably founded at the end of the 13th century, as one of the strongholds of the Świdnica-Jawor principality ruled by Bolko I the Strict. In modern times, the castle was extended by the von Logau family.

  7. Archaeologica - News

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    Long-lost medieval village of 'Bolko I the Strict' discovered in Poland-No one knows why the village was abruptly abandoned 50 years after it was built International Business Times The Oldest Known Human Remains in the Americas Have Been Found in a Mexican Cave-The find is prompting scientists to rethinking how and when people first arrived in ...

  8. Świdnica | TheMayor.EU

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    Świdnica was first declared a city around 1250. At that time, it belonged to the Duchy of Wrocław whose prince Henry IV granted it its city privileges. After his childless death Świdnica together with part of the Duchy of Wroclaw fell in 1290 to Bolko I the Strict who made the city the capital of the principality.

  9. 53 Best Polish Castles, Palaces and Manor Houses (Photos)

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    The Silesian duke Bolko I the Strict made this castle his residence. The Luxembourg king Wenceslaus IV of Bohemia also resided here for some time. For centuries, the castle belonged to the powerful family of Hochberg until the last Hochberg family owning the castle fell into debt and was forced to sell the property.

  10. 16 Jaw-Dropping Mountain Top Castles (Photos)

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    The Silesian duke Bolko I the Strict made this castle his residence. The Luxembourg king Wenceslaus IV of Bohemia also resided here for some time. For centuries, the castle belonged to the powerful family of Hochberg until the last Hochberg family owning the castle fell into debt and was forced to sell the property.