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  1. Hedwig von Sagan – Wikipedia

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    Hedwig von Sagan (polnisch Jadwiga żagańska; * 1340/1350; † 27. März 1390 in Liegnitz) war eine Prinzessin von Sagan und durch Heirat 1368–1370 Königin von Polen.Durch ihre zweite Heirat war sie ab 1372 Herzogin von Liegnitz

  2. Hedwig von Wartenberg (von Sagan) (1477 - 1524) - Genealogy

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    Genealogy for Hedwig von Wartenberg (von Sagan) (1477 - 1524) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames

  3. St. Hedwig - CatholiCity

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    The following monasteries were established: the Augustinian priory of Naumburg on the Bober (1217), later transferred to Sagan, the Cistercian monastery of Heinrichau (1227), and the priory of the Augustinian Canons at Kamenz (1210). St. Hedwig brought the Dominicans to Bunzlau and Breslau, the Franciscans to Goldberg (1212) and later to Krossen.

  4. Person Page - 4096 - the peerage

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    May 10, 2003 · Hedwig von Sagan married Bernhard VI Prinz von Anhalt-Bernburg, son of Otto III Prinz von Anhalt-Bernburg and Lutrud (?), in 1434. She died in 1497. She died in 1497. Otto V von Anhalt-Bernburg

  5. Hedwig of Sagan - Wikidata

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  6. Hedwig, Saint | Catholic Answers

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    The following monasteries were established: the Augustinian priory of Naumburg on the Bober (1217), later transferred to Sagan, the Cistercian monastery of Heinrichau (1227), and the priory of the Augustinian Canons at Kamenz (1210). St. Hedwig brought the Dominicans to Bunzlau and Breslau, the Franciscans to Goldberg (1212) and later to Krossen.

  7. Euphemia Elphinstone (11 May 1509 – after... - A King's Whore

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    Hedwig of Sagan (Jadwiga żagańska) became the fourth wife of Casmir III around 1365 as a desperate attempt to have a male heir. Though his first wife had produced two daughters, his second and third wives had borne him no children at all, and poor Casimir felt like he was running out of time.

  8. Anna of Poland, Countess of Celje

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    Counts of Celje - William, Count of Celje - Anna of Cilli - Casimir III the Great - Hedwig of Sagan - Louis I of Hungary - Hedwig Jagiellon (1408–1431) - Holy Roman Empire - Kingdom of Poland (1385–1569) - Duke of Teck - Władysław II Jagiełło - Jadwiga of Poland - Elizabeth Granowska - Sophia of Halshany - Frederick II, Elector of Brandenburg - Frederick I, Elector of Brandenburg ...

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  10. Our Patron Swata Jadwiga - Saint Hedwig Church

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    Jul 29, 2019 · The following monasteries were established: the Augustinian priory of Naumburg on the Bober (1217), later transferred to Sagan, the Cistercian monastery of Heinrichau (1227), and the priory of the Augustinian Canons at Kamenz (1210). St. Hedwig brought the Dominicans to Bunzlau and Breslau, the Franciscans to Goldberg (1212) and later to Krossen.