Hedwig of Sagan (Polish: Jadwiga żagańska; before 1350 – 27 March 1390) 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 (Polish : Jadwiga żagańska ; before 1350 – 27 March 1390) 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.
Aug 14, 2018 · By 10 February 1372, Rupert married with Hedwig (b. ca. 1350 - d. 27 March 1390), daughter of Henry V of Iron, Duke of Żagań and widow of King Casimir III the Great of Poland. They had two daughters: Barbara (b. ca. 1384 - d. Trebitz, 9 May 1436), married on 6 March 1396 to Rudolph III, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg and Elector of Saxony.
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May 24, 2018 · Daughter of Herzog Johann II. der Böse von Sagan and Katharina (Katarzyna) von Sagan Wife of Herzog Georg l. von Münsterberg-Oels und Glatz and Zikmund z Vartemberka Sister of Margaretha von Sagan, (Piast dynasty); Barbara von Sagan; Freiin Salomea von Kurzbach and Anna von Glogau und Sagan, Herzogin von Münsterberg-Öls, Gräfin von Glatz. Managed by:
Hedwig of Sagan was the daughter of Henry V of Sagan, Duke of Sagan. 1 She married Casimir III, King of Poland, son of Wladislaw I, King of Poland and Hedwig Piast, in 1363. 1 She died in 1390. 1 Child of Hedwig of Sagan and Casimir III, King of Poland Anne of Poland+ 1 b. 1366, d. 1425
Hedwig, Saint, Duchess of Silesia, b. about 1174, at the castle of Andechs; d. at Trebnitz, 12 or October 15, 1243. She was one of eight children born to Berthold IV, Count of Andechs and Duke of Croatia and Dalmatia.
Hedwig was educated at the monastery of Kitzingen, and, according to an old biography, at the age of twelve (1186), was married to Henry I of Silesia (b. 1168), who in 1202 succeeded his father Boleslaw as Duke of Silesia.
Hedwig was a daughter of Duke Charles I of Münsterberg-Oels, who was a grandson of the King George of Bohemia. Her mother was Anna of Sagan, a daughter of John II, the last Duke of Żagań (Sagan). On 9 January 1525 Hedwig married George, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach-Kulmbach. She was George's second wife. The marriage produced two daughters: