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  1. Casimir of Koźle - Wikipedia

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    Casimir of Koźle (Polish: Kazimierz kozielski; ca. 1312 – by 2 March 1347) was a Duke of Koźle from 1336 until his death.. He was the eldest son of Duke Władysław of Bytom the only one by his first wife Beatrix, daughter of Otto V the Long, Margrave of Brandenburg–Salzwedel.

  2. Casimir II of Cieszyn was a Duke of Cieszyn since 1477, ruler over Koźle during 1479–1509, since 1493 ruler over Wołów, over Pszczyna during 1498–1517, from 1506 over Opava, Duke of Głogów since 1506. Also he was Landeshauptmann General of Silesia during 1497–1504 and 1507–1517, since 1517 until his death, Landeshauptmann over the ...

  3. Casimir II, Duke of Cieszyn - Wikipedia

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    Casimir II of Cieszyn (Polish: Kazimierz II cieszyński, Czech: Kazimír II. Těšínský, German: Kasimir II. von Teschen) (c. 1449 – 13 December 1528) was a Duke of Cieszyn since 1477, ruler over Koźle during 1479–1509, since 1493 ruler over Wołów, over Pszczyna during 1498–1517, from 1506 over Opava, Duke of Głogów since 1506 (for life).

  4. Casimir of Koźle - Wikidata

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    Duke of Koźle from 1336 until his death. This page was last edited on 15 May 2020, at 09:14. All structured data from the main, Property, Lexeme, and EntitySchema namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; text in the other namespaces is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.

  5. Casimir of Bytom - Wikipedia

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    In 1303, Casimir decided to give his sons separate districts, which further helped to reduce the already small Duchy of Bytom: Bolesław received Toszek and Władysław obtained Koźle. The extinction of the Přemyslid dynasty after the death of King Wenceslaus III in 1306 caused the Duke of Bytom to stop his homage to the Bohemian crown.

  6. Casimir I, Duke of Cieszyn - Wikipedia

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    When Duke Leszek of Racibórz died in 1336, Casimir I tried unsuccessfully to obtain his lands. King John of Bohemia granted this land to Duke Nicholas II of Opava. In 1355, after the death of Bolesław, Duke of Koźle-Bytom without male issue, Casimir I entered a conflict over his inheritance with Konrad I of Oleśnica.

  7. Casimir, an English, French and Latin form of the Polish name Kazimierz. It may mean "someone who destroys opponent's prestige/glory during battle", and be derived from the Slavic elements: kazić "to destroy" and mir "peace, prestige, world". Also, some researches translate this name as "the one who reveals or establishes peace".

  8. Casimir of Bytom : definition of Casimir of Bytom and ...

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    In 1303, Casimir decided to give his sons separate districts, which further helped to reduce the already small Duchy of Bytom: Bolesław received Toszek and Władysław obtained Koźle. The extinction of the Přemyslid dynasty after the death of King Wenceslaus III in 1306 caused the Duke of Bytom to stop his homage to the Bohemian crown.

  9. Konrad X the White - Wikipedia

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    Konrad X the White (1420 – 21 September 1492) was a duke of Oleśnica, Koźle, and half of both Bytom and Ścinawa during 1450–1452 (with his brother as co-rulers), since 1452 sole ruler over half of Ścinawa, during 1471–1472 sole ruler over Koźle and whole Bytom, and since 1478 sole ruler over Oleśnica.

  10. Kazimierz I, Duke of Cieszyn (1285 - c.1358) - Genealogy

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    Casimir I died in 1358 (although there are some indications that he lived until 1360, but this is refuted by the majority of historians) and was buried in the Dominican church of Cieszyn. Marriage and issue By 1321, Casimir I married Euphemia (b. 1310 – d. aft. 11 January 1374), daughter of Duke Trojden I of Czersk-Warsaw.