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  1. Henry III, Duke of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    Henry III (I) of Głogów (Polish: Henryk; 1251/60 – 3 December 1309) was a duke of Glogów from 1274 to his death and also duke of parts of Greater Poland during 1306–1309. He was one of the sons (probably the second) [1] of Konrad I , Duke of Głogów , by his first wife Salome , daughter of Duke Władysław of Greater Poland .

  2. Przemko II of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    Przemko II of Głogów (Polish: Przemko II głogowski) (c. 1305 – 11 January 1331) was a Duke of Żagań, Ścinawa, etc., from 1309 to 1321 (with his brothers as co-rulers), Duke of Oleśnica, Namysłów, Gniezno and Kalisz from 1309 to 1312 (with his brothers as co-ruler) and Duke of Głogów starting in 1318 (until 1321 with his brother, then alone).

  3. Konrad I, Duke of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    Konrad was the fourth son of Henry II the Pious, Duke of Silesia and High Duke of Poland from 1238, by his wife Anna, daughter of the Přemyslid king Ottokar I of Bohemia. At the time of his father's death in the 1241 Battle of Legnica against the Golden Horde , he and his younger brother Władysław were placed under the guardianship of their ...

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  4. Henry III, Duke of Głogów - Wikidata

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    Henry III, Duke of Głogów (Q573444) From Wikidata. ... Henry III of Głogów. 0 references. described by source. Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie. statement is ...

  5. Henry III of Glogòw, książę (c.1257 - 1309) - Genealogy

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    Henry III and Władysław I quickly concluded a settlement on 10 March 1296 in Krzywin, under which the Duke of Głogów obtained all the lands from the south of the Obra River. At the same time Władysław I designated Henry III's eldest son, Henry IV the Faithful as his heir over Poznań, and, in case of his death without male issue, over all ...

  6. Henry V, Duke of Legnica - geni family tree

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    Dec 03, 2017 · Henry V only obtained his freedom after surrendering the towns of Namysłów, Bierutów, Oleśnica, Kluczbork, Byczyna, Wołczyn, Olesno, Chojnów and Bolesławiec with their respectives fortresses to Henry III, paying of a ransom of 30,000 pieces and promising to assist the Duke of Głogów for the next five years in all his wars.

  7. Henryk IV Probus | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    Henry IV or Henry III (Polish: Henryk III Probus or Prawy; German: Heinrich III. der Gerechte) (13 February 1231 – 23 June 1290), was known as Henry Probus (Latin for the Righteous) or the Honorable King, was a Polish prince member of the Silesian branch of the royal Polish Piast dynasty. He was Duke of Silesia at Wrocław from 1266, Duke of Poland from 1257 and from also the fourth King of ...

  8. Ścinawa

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    Gmina Ścinawa - Konrad II the Hunchback - John, Duke of Ścinawa - Lubin County - Henry III, Duke of Głogów - Duchy of Głogów - Bolko II the Small - Henry V of Iron - Oder - Lower Silesia - Lower Silesian Voivodeship - Treaty of Trentschin - Konrad II the Gray - Silesian Piasts - Duchy of Oels - Ryszard Komornicki - Albrecht von Wallenstein - Jindřich Matyáš Thurn - Poland - Wrocław ...

  9. Jan I of Żagań - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Jan I of Żagań (Jan I żagański) (– 12 April 1439) was a Duke of Żagań-Głogów, since 1397 (until 1412 with his brothers as co-rulers), since 1403 Duke of Żagań, Krosno Odrzańskie and Świebodzin (again, until 1412 with his brothers as co-rulers) and since 1412 sole ruler of Żagań and Przewóz. 48 relations.

  10. Duchy of Żagań

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    The Bóbr and Kwisa rivers are considered being the original western border with the Lusatias, however, the Silesian Duchy of Żagań reached up to the Neisse river, including two villages (Pechern and Neudorf) on the western shore, which became Silesian in 1413. Thus the Duchy of Żagań came into the existence. Under the rule of Konrad's son Henry III the principality became smaller, as ...