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  1. Casimir II van Belz - Wikipedia

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    Casimir II van Belz (circa 1401/1403 - Miączyn, 15 september 1442) was van 1426 tot 1434 hertog van Płock en van 1434 tot aan zijn dood hertog van Belz.Hij behoorde tot de Mazovische tak van het huis Piasten.

  2. Casimir II van Belz - Wikiwand

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    Casimir II van Belz (circa 1401/1403 - Miączyn, 15 september 1442) was van 1426 tot 1434 hertog van Płock en van 1434 tot aan zijn dood hertog van Belz. Hij behoorde tot de Mazovische tak van het huis Piasten. Casimir II was de derde zoon van hertog Ziemovit IV van Mazovië en diens echtgenote ...

  3. King Casimir the Great - Spuscizna

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    - Translation of King Casimir the Great's official title. Only twice in recorded history have Poles given the title "the Great" to native sons - King Casimir III and Pope John Paul II. Born in 1310, Casimir found himself in a fragmented kingdom that was in shambles, underpopulated and nearly ruined by three successive Mongol invasions.

  4. Belz Voivodeship - WikiVisually

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    Recovered by Boleslaw Chrobry in 1018, it again became part of Rus’ after Chrobry’s death In the early 14th century, the Land of Belz was inherited by Boleslaw Jerzy II of Mazovia, who in 1331 married Eufemia, the daughter of Grand Duke of Lithuania Gediminas and sister of Aldona of Lithuania, wife of Casimir III the Great.

  5. Duchy of Belz or principality of Belz was a duchy, formed in the late 12th century in Kievan Rus. During its history the duchy was a constituent part of some other political entities such as the Kingdom of Rus, the Kingdom of Hungary, Duchy of Masovia when eventually in the late 14th century was incorporated into Poland becoming later the Bełz Voivodeship.

  6. History - db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

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    Duchy of Belz or principality of Belz was a duchy, formed in the late 12th century in Kievan Rus.During its history the duchy was a constituent part of some other political entities such as the Kingdom of Rus, the Kingdom of Hungary, Duchy of Masovia when eventually in the late 14th century was incorporated into Poland becoming later the Bełz Voivodeship.

  7. Belz (Ukrainian: Белз; Polish: Bełz; Yiddish: בעלז ‎ Belz), a small city in Sokal Raion of Lviv Oblast of Western Ukraine, near the border with Poland, is located between the Solokiya river (a tributary of the Bug River) and the Rzeczyca stream.

  8. Kingdoms of Eastern Europe - Mazovia

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    Boleslaw IV rebels against Wladyslaw II between 1141-1143, and again from 1144-1146, securing the position of senior prince of Poland for himself. 1173 - 1186: Leszek: Son. 1186 - 1194: Kazimierz / Casimir II: Son of Boleslaw III of Poland. 1194 - 1247: Konrad I Mazowiecki / Conrad I: 1194 - 1200: Helen of Znojmo: Regent. Died 1206. 1209 - 1222

  9. Duchy of Belz - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Duchy of Belz and Alexandra of Lithuania · See more » Andrew of Galicia. Andriy II Yuriyevych or Andrew of Galicia (Андрій II Юрієвич) (unknown – 1323) was the last Rus' king of Galicia-Volhynia in 1308–1323 (according to other sources since 1315). New!!: Duchy of Belz and Andrew of Galicia · See more » Belz

  10. KING Yuri I of Galicia, King of Ruthenia, Great Prince of ...

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    His second wife was Euphemia of Kuyavia (died 18 March 1308), daughter of Casimir I of Kuyavia, who in turn was the son of Konrad of Masovia, Kuyavia, Łęczyca, and Sieradz. [edit] Family. Sons * Mikhail (1283–1286) (first marriage) * Andrew of Galicia, Prince of Galicia-Volhynia (1308–1323) * Lev II, Prince of Lutsk (1308–1323) Daughters

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