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  1. Hedwig of Legnica - Wikipedia

    Hedwig of Legnica (Polish: Jadwiga Legnicka) (ca. 1351 – 1 August 1409) was a Polish princess and member of the Piast dynasty, in the Legnica branch. By marriage Hedwig was Duchess of Żagań . She was the fourth child and only daughter of Wenceslaus I , Duke of Legnica and his wife Anna, daughter of Casimir I, Duke of Cieszyn .

  2. St. Hedwig Basilica, Legnickie Pole - Tripadvisor

    Hotels near St. Hedwig Basilica: (0.34 mi) Zajazd Orlik (0.16 mi) Camping nr 234 (5.66 mi) Qubus Hotel Legnica (5.52 mi) Hotel Gwarna (5.46 mi) Hotel Kamieniczka; View all hotels near St. Hedwig Basilica on Tripadvisor

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  3. Legnica - castle - Ancient and medieval architecture

    The second one, called the tower of St. Hedwig, lies in the south – west corner of the castle. The present shape in the form of an octagonal superstructure owes to works from the beginning of the 15th century. In the 13th century it was about 13 meters high. In the basement, it housed a prison, and the upper parts had a residential function.

  4. Saint Hedwig of Silesia with Duke Ludwig of Legnica ... - Alamy

    Saint Hedwig of Silesia with Duke Ludwig of Legnica and Brieg and Duchess Agnés, Unknown maker, Silesia, Poland, 1353 reimagined; Saint Hedwig of Silesia with Duke Ludwig I of Liegnitz and Brieg and Duchess Agnes; Court workshop of Duke Ludwig I of Liegnitz

  5. Hedwig of Zagan - The King's last hope for heirs - History of ...

    Jun 18, 2019 · Hedwig died on 27 March 1390 in her early forties. Her brief time as queen was probably mostly forgotten by the Polish by then. She was buried in the collegiate church in Legnica.

  6. The Duchess Who Walked Barefoot - Saint Hedwig Church

    Jul 29, 2019 · Hedwig outlived her husband and four of their children. In 1241 she suffered a devastating blow when her beloved son Henry fell at the Battle of Legnica. Tradition states it was Hedwig, accompanied by her daughter-in-law, who identified Henry’s mutilated body at the battlefield.

  7. Battle of Legnica | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Henry was struck down and beheaded while attempting to flee the battlefield with three bodyguards, and the Mongols paraded his head on a spear before the town of Legnica. Conclusion Edit A scene from an altar of St. Hedwig of Silesia: Mongol warriors display the head of Henry II of Silesia on a long lance in an attempt to weaken the morale of the defenders.

  8. Hedwig de Glogau (of Sagan) (1350 - 1390) - Genealogy

    Aug 14, 2018 · Hedwig (b. aft. 1350? - d. 27 March 1390), married firstly on 25 February 1363 to King Casimir III the Great of Poland and secondly by 10 February 1372 to Duke Rupert I of Legnica. Henry VII Rumpold (b. ca. 1350 - d. 24 December 1395). Henry VIII the Sparrow (b. ca. 1357 - d. 14 March 1397). Rupert I of Legnica. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  9. August of Legnica - Wikipedia

    He was the ninth (fourth surviving) son of John Christian, Duke of Brzeg-Legnica-Wołów-Oława, but the first-born by his second wife Anna Hedwig of Sitzsch. Life Edit The marriage of Duke John Christian and Anna Hedwig was considered morganatic and in consequence all the eventual children born of them were excluded from the succession of the Duchy of Legnica-Brzeg.

  10. Hedwig of Sagan - Wikipedia

    Hedwig of Sagan was Queen of Poland as the fourth wife of Casimir III. Casimir's lack of male heir spelled the end of the Piast Dynasty in the Kingdom of Poland. After Casimir's death in 1370, she remarried Rupert I of Legnica. Hedwig of Sagan Queen consort of Poland Tenure1365–1370 Bornbefore 1350 Died27 March 1390 Silesia Burial Silesia SpouseCasimir III of Poland Rupert I of Legnica IssueAnna, Countess of Celje Kunigunde of Poland Jadwiga of Poland Barbara, Duchess of Saxe-Wittenberg ...