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  1. Anna, Grand Duchess of Lithuania - Wikipedia

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    Anna (Lithuanian: Ona Vytautienė; died on 31 July 1418 in Trakai) was Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1392–1418). She probably was the first wife of Vytautas the Great, Grand Duke of Lithuania. Anna was mother of Sophia of Lithuania, the only child of Vytautas and wife of Vasily I of Moscow.

    • 4 August 1392 – 31 July 1418
    • Vytautas
  2. List of Lithuanian consorts - Wikipedia

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    Morta and her sister were the only Queens of Lithuania; her successors took the title of "Grand Duchess" instead.. The short-lived Kingdom of Lithuania of 1918 had a King-Elect Mindaugas II of Lithuania: but his first wife, Duchess Amalie in Bavaria, had died six years earlier, and his second marriage, to Princess Wiltrud of Bavaria, occurred six years after the Kingdom was replaced by a Republic.

  3. Grand duke - Wikipedia

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    Grand Duke (feminine: Grand Duchess) is a European hereditary title for either certain monarchs or members of certain monarchs' families. It is traditionally ranked in order of precedence below the title of emperor, king or archduke and above that of sovereign prince or sovereign duke.

  4. Barbara Zápolya - Wikipedia

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    Barbara Zápolya (1495–1515) was Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania as the first wife of King Sigismund I the Old.Marriage to Barbara represented an alliance between Sigismund and the House of Zápolya against the Habsburgs in succession disputes over the throne to the Kingdom of Hungary.

    • 8 February 1512 – 2 October 1515
    • 8 February 1512, Wawel Cathedral
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  6. Ona Grand Duchess of Lithuania – DRAUGAS NEWS

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    Sep 15, 2010 · The Teutonic Order was well informed about Lithuania’s relationship with Poland’s King Jogaila, and extended a welcome to Vytautas. The Order’s leadership was appreciative and respectful of Grand Duchess Ona’s role in Lithuanian politics. She was often invited to visit Teutonic Order cities and entertained there in regal splendor.

  7. css Anna Sudimont (c.1350 - 1418) - Genealogy

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    Anna, Grand Duchess of Lithuania. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Anna (died on July 31, 1418 in Trakai[1]) was Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1392–1418). She probably was the first wife of Vytautas the Great, Grand Duke of Lithuania. Anna was mother of Sophia of Lithuania, the only child of Vytautas and wife of Vasily I of Moscow.[1]

  8. Grand Duchess of Lithuania Queen of Poland - YouTube

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  9. Grand Duchy of Lithuania - Engelsk-Dansk Ordbog - Glosbe

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    en The Grand Duchy of Lithuania to which Jogaila succeeded as Grand Duke in 1377 was a political entity composed of two leading, but very different nationalities and two political systems: ethnic Lithuania in the north-west and the vast Ruthenian territories of former Kievan Rus', comprising the lands of modern Ukraine, Belarus, and parts of western Russia.

  10. Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania - Wikipedia

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    The Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuvos Didžiosios Kunigaikštystės valdovų rūmai Vilniaus žemutinėje pilyje; Polish: Zamek Dolny w Wilnie) is a palace in Vilnius, Lithuania. It was originally constructed in the 15th century for the rulers of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the future Kings of Poland. The palace ...

  11. National Museum – Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania

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    An outline of the historical development of the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. The research findings of the last 20 years show that in the area where the palace once stood, between the Cathedral and the Upper Castle, there were already people living in wooden buildings in the 6th-8th centuries. Over time the settlement became a castle.