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  1. Casimir I of Warsaw (pl: Kazimierz I warszawski; 1329/31 – 26 November/5 December 1355), was a Polish prince member of the House of Piast, Duke of Czersk during 1341-1349 jointly with his brother, since 1345 ruler over Rawa Mazowiecka jointly with his brother, since 1349 sole ruler over Warsaw, since 1351 sole ruler over Sochaczew, Polish vassal since 1351.

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  2. Casimir I of Warsaw - Wikipedia

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    Casimir I of Warsaw (pl: Kazimierz I warszawski; 1329/31 – 26 November/5 December 1355), was a Polish prince member of the House of Piast, Duke of Czersk during 1341-1349 jointly with his brother, since 1345 ruler over Rawa Mazowiecka jointly with his brother, since 1349 sole ruler over Warsaw, since 1351 sole ruler over Sochaczew, Polish vassal since 1351.

  3. Casimir I the Restorer - Wikipedia

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    Casimir I the Restorer, a member of the Piast dynasty, was the duke of Poland from 1040 until his death. Casimir was the son of Mieszko II Lambert and Richeza of Lotharingia. He is known as the Restorer because he managed to reunite all parts of the Kingdom of Poland after a period of turmoil. He reinstated Masovia, Silesia and Pomerania into his realm. However, he failed to crown himself King of Poland, mainly because of internal and external threats to his rule.

  4. Casimir I of WARSAW (± 1329-1355) » Ancestral Trails 2016 ...

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    Casimir I of Warsaw (pl: Kazimierz I warszawski; 1329/31 - 26 November/5 December 1355), was a Polish prince member of the House of Piast, Duke of Czersk during 1341-1349 jointly with his brother, since 1345 ruler over Rawa Mazowiecka jointly with his brother, since 1349 sole ruler over Warsaw, since 1351 sole ruler over Sochaczew, Polish vassal since 1351.

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    • Kujawsko-Pomorskie
  5. Casimir of Warsaw (c1325-1355) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Casimir of Warsaw (Polish: Kazimierz c1325-November 26, 1355 ) - Prince of Chersk (1341-1349), Prince of Warsaw (1341-1355) and Prince of Rabbi (1345-1349), the youngest son of Trojden I of Masovia and Maria Yuryevna of Halych. He was a representative of the Mazovian line Piast . Biography

    • 1325
    • Trojden I of Masovia (c1285-1341)
    • 25 November 1355
    • Maria Yuryevna of Halych (c1292-1341)
  6. James I Casimir Radzilow | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    James I Casimir Radzilow (Polish: Jakub I Kazimierz Radziłówski; Lithuanian: Jokūbas I Kazimieras; German: Jakob I Kasimir; 14 May 1753 – 9 December 1808) was King of the Polish from 1795 to his death. He was best known for his eighteen year-reign; and he considered the only Polish monarch was...

    • Casimir and John Cathedral, Warsaw, Poland
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    • Maximilian I, Elector of Radziłów
    • John, Count of Warsaw
  7. Casimir I of Poland (1016-1058) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Early years

    Relatively little is known of Casimir's early life. He must have spent his childhood at the royal court of Poland in Gniezno. In order to acquire a proper education, he was sent to one of the Polish monasteries in 1026. According to some older sources he initially wanted to have a career in the Church (it is probable that he held the post of oblate) and even asked for a dispensation to become a monk. This hypothesis, however, is not supported by modern historians. Regardless, he left church w...

    Rule of his father, Mieszko II

    Casimir's father, Mieszko II, was crowned King of Poland in 1025 after the death of his father Bolesław I the Brave. However, the powerful magnates of the country feared a strong central government like the one that existed under Bolesław I's rule. This led to considerable friction between the King and the nobility. Taking advantage of the King's precarious situation, Mieszko II's older half-brother Bezprym and younger brother Otto turned against him and allied themselves with the Holy Roman...

    Interregnum

    The central district of Greater Poland (Wielkopolska) revolted against the nobles and Catholic clergy in a mass rebellion. A pagan revival in the area lasted for several years. The district of Masovia seceded and a local lord, Miecław, formed a state of his own. A similar situation occurred in Pomerania. In 1037 both the young prince and his mother returned to Poland and attempted to seize the throne. This precipitated a rebellion by local barons, which coupled with the so-called "Pagan React...

    Casimir married Maria Dobroniega (ca. 1012–1087), daughter of Grand Duke Vladimir I of Kiev.There is no consensus among historians as to when it took place. Władymir D. Koroliuk said that it was in 1039, Aleksej A. Szachmatow and Iwan Linniczenko agreed on 1041, while Dymitr S. Lichaczew postulated that it occurred during 1043. Casimir and Maria had five children: 1. Bolesław II the Bold(ca. 1043 – 2/3 April 1081/82). 2. Władysław I Herman(ca. 1044 – 4 June 1102) 3. Mieszko(16 April 1045 – 28 January 1065). 4. Otto (ca. 1046–1048). 5. Świętosława (ca. 1048 – 1 September 1126), married ca. 1062 to Duke (from 1085, King) Vratislaus II of Bohemia.

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    Gesta principum Polonorum:The Deeds of the Princes of the Poles. Central European University Press. 2003.

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    • 25 July 1016 Kraków
    • Maria Dobroniega of Kiev (bef1012-1087)
    • Richeza von Lothringen (c994-1063)
    • Duke of Poland
  8. Casimir Pulaski | Encyclopedia.com

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    Casimir Pulaski was born in 1747 on his family's estate, about forty miles southwest of Poland's capital city of Warsaw. He was the second son and one of eight children born to Josef Pulaski, a lawyer, and Marjanna Zielinska Pulaski, an heiress. The Pulaskis were among the wealthiest of Poland's lesser nobility (a step below the upper ranks).

  9. Ven. Casimir Wyszynski Novena | The National Shrine of The ...

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    The Venerable Servant of God Father Casimir of St. Joseph Wyszynski was born August 19, 1700, near Warsaw, Poland. While making a pilgrimage to Rome's churches and carrying out works of mercy, a young Wyszynski learned that his brother (who was in the Marian novitiate) had caused harm to the new Order.

  10. I, Pvt. Casimir Krzyzanowski, Demand an Immediate Apology ...

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    I, Pvt. Casimir Krzyzanowski, Demand an Immediate Apology from Napoleon, Emperor of France From the diary of Casimir Krzyzanowski, Polish Vistula Legion, French Grand Armée. by Geoffrey Asmus | January 12, 2015

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