Casimir of Bytom (Polish: Kazimierz bytomski) (1253/57 – 10 March 1312) was a Duke of Opole during 1282–1284 (with his brother as co-ruler) and Duke of Bytom from 1284 until his death. He was the second son of Władysław , Duke of Opole – Racibórz , by his wife Euphemia , daughter of Władysław Odonic , Duke of Greater Poland .
Casimir of Bytom (Polish: Kazimierz bytomski; b. 1253/57 - d. 10 March 1312), was a Duke of Opole during 1282-1284 (with his brother as co-ruler) and Duke of Bytom from 1284 until his death. He was the second son of Władysław , Duke of Opole - Racibórz , by his wife Euphemia , daughter of Władysław Odonic , Duke of Greater Poland .
Władysław of Bytom (Polish: Władysław bytomski; 1277/83 – around 8 September 1352), was a Duke of Koźle during 1303-1334, Duke of Bytom from 1316, Duke of Toszek since 1329 and Duke of Siewierz during 1328–1337. He was the second son of Duke Casimir of Bytom by his wife Helena.
Casimir Piast of Bytom, Duke of Bytom, was born circa1255 to Władysław of Opole (1225-1282) and Euphemia of Poznań (c1230-aft1281) and died 10 March 1312 of unspecified causes. He married Helena circa1276 JL . Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are fromRussia, Ukraine, France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Byzantine ...
- Euphemia of Poznań (c1230-aft1281)
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The duchy's capital was Bytom (Beuthen), formerly part of Lesser Poland until in 1177 the Polish High Duke Casimir II the Just had attached it to the Silesian Duchy of Racibórz. Bytom Synagogue or Beuthen Synagogue was a synagogue in Beuthen, in the Prussian Province of Silesia (present-day Bytom, Poland), a border–town between Germany and the Second Polish Republic prior to German invasion ...
Casimir I's extensive cooperation with the Church also provided him with security against the ambitions of his neighbors; however, this only served to protect Racibórz: Opole was in conflict with Henry I the Bearded, and the eastern states of Siewierz, Bytom and Oświęcim were disputed by the Seniorate.
In 1177 the Polish High Duke Casimir II the Just attached the former Lesser Polish castellanies of […] Bytom, Oświęcim, Zator, Siewierz und Pszczyna to Upper Silesia in favour of Duke Mieszko IV Tanglefoot.
Translations of the phrase FRIEDRICH KASIMIR from german to english and examples of the use of "FRIEDRICH KASIMIR" in a sentence with their translations: Herzog friedrich kasimir von kurland.