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  1. Casimir IV Jagiellon - Wikipedia

    Casimir Jagiellon (3 October 1458 - 4 March 1484); was to have married Kunigunde of Austria, but instead chose a religious life, eventually being canonized as Saint Casimir. John I of Poland (27 December 1459 – 17 June 1501); succeeded Casimir IV as the king of Poland (1492–1501)

  2. Casimir IV Jagiellon, King of Poland - geni family tree

    Genealogy profile for Casimir IV Jagiellon, King of Poland Król Polski Casimir Andrew King of Poland (Jagiellon) (1427 - 1492) - Genealogy Genealogy for Król Polski Casimir Andrew King of Poland (Jagiellon) (1427 - 1492) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  3. The Cursed Tomb of the Polish King Casimir IV Jagiellon ...
    • Opening The Tomb
    • The Life and Death of A King
    • The Fungus of The Kings

    In the 1970s, Poland was a socialist country and many types of research were not allowed. It was not easy to receive an agreement to examine many historical sites, so the excitement amongst the archaeologists who were granted permission for any kind of research was immense. Cardinal Karol Wojtyła, archbishop of Kraków, was a main supporter of the researchers who were studying King Kazimierz Jagiellończyk. As a person who seemed unstoppable, he was responsible for the final decision to allow t...

    King Casimir was born November 30, 1427 as the third and the youngest son of King Władysław II Jagiełło and his fourth wife, Sophia of Halshany. He became the Grand Duke of Lithuania in 1440 and the King of Poland in 1447. He ruled until the day of his death. The king is known in history as one of the most successful and politically active Polish rulers. During his reign, Poland defeated the Teutonic Order following the war known as the Thirteen Years War (1454 – 1466). After the war, King Ca...

    When the researchers opened the tomb on April 13, 1973, they saw a rotted wooden coffin with the remains of the king. During the examination a few researchers died, some due to infections and others because of strokes. After a few days, four of the group had passed away, but during the next few years, many others died of cancer or other diseases. In total, it is believed that no less than 15 people who worked at the tomb or in the laboratories died because of contact with the remains of King...

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  4. Category:Casimir IV Jagiellon - Wikimedia Commons

    May 16, 2020 · Media in category "Casimir IV Jagiellon" The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total. Coat of Arms of Casimir Jagiellon as king of Poland.svg 1,165 × 1,090; 4.83 MB

    • 30 November 1427 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584), Europe
    • Wawel Cathedral
  5. Casimir IV | king of Poland | Britannica

    Casimir IV, grand duke of Lithuania (1440–92) and king of Poland (1447–92), who, by patient but tenacious policy, sought to preserve the political union between Poland and Lithuania and to recover the lost lands of old Poland. The great triumph of his reign was the final subjugation of the Teutonic

  6. Casimir Jagiellon - Historical records and family trees ...

    Casimir / Kazimierz (Saint Casimir) Jagiellon was born on month day 1458, at birth place, to Casimir IV Andrew Jagiellon and Elisabeth von Österreich-Habsburg (born Habsburg-Lothringen). Casimir was born on November 30 1427, in Kraków, Małopolskie, Poland.

  7. Casimir IV of Poland (1427-1492) | Familypedia | Fandom

    Casimir IV, King of Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania, King of Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania, was born 30 November 1427 in Kraków, Poland to Wladyslaw II Jagiellon (c1362-1434) and Sophia of Halshany (c1405-1451) and died 7 June 1492 atOld Grodno Castle inGrodno, Belarus of unspecified causes. Notable ancestors includeAlfred the Great (849-899), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996 ...

  8. Casimir of Jagiellon of Poland, Prince (1458 - 1484) - Genealogy

    Jan 03, 2017 · A member of the Jagiellon dynasty, Casimir was born at Wawel, the royal palace in Kraków, and died at Hrodna.[1] St. Casimir was the grandson of Jogaila and was the second son of king of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania Casimir IV and Queen Elisabeth Habsburg of Hungary.

  9. Jagiellon dynasty | European history | Britannica

    Jagiellon dynasty, family of monarchs of Poland-Lithuania, Bohemia, and Hungary that became one of the most powerful in east central Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries. The dynasty was founded by Jogaila, the grand duke of Lithuania, who married Queen Jadwiga of Poland in 1386, converted to

  10. Polish Kingdom coins catalog - Online world coins catalog ...

    Polish Kingdom coins catalog ... billon . Casimir IV Jagiellon (1446-1492) 1/2 groschen ND silver REGIS POLONIE ... IOAN CASIMIR D G REX POL & SVE Coin value - $40-50 ...