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  1. Jadwiga of Poland - Wikipedia

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    Jadwiga was born in Buda, the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary. She was the third and youngest daughter of Louis I, King of Hungary and Poland, and his second wife, Elizabeth of Bosnia. Both her grandmothers were Polish princesses, connecting her to the native Piast dynasty of Poland.

  2. Jadwiga | queen of Poland | Britannica

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    Jadwiga was the daughter of Louis I, king of both Hungary and Poland, and Elizabeth of Bosnia. After Louis died on September 11, 1382, his elder daughter, Maria, was elected queen of Hungary, but the Poles opted to end the personal union between the two countries by choosing Jadwiga as their queen, though she was then but a child of nine years.

  3. Jadwiga | Encyclopedia.com

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    Jadwiga arrived in Poland in 1384 and was crowned on 16 October of that same year. Her engagement to William, disliked by the Poles, was annulled (1385) and on 15 February 1386, on the initiative of the lords of Little Poland, she was married to the Lithuanian grand duke Jogaila, known after his baptism as W ł adys ł aw Jagie łł o.

  4. Jadwiga (Civ6) | Civilization Wiki | Fandom

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    Pious Jadwiga, praise be to the glory of God, the earth, and Poland! Most holy King, you will show your people the truth and the light, and they will move beyond to spread the word to others. Protected by great winged warriors, you will rise to meet any challenge you face with a devout grace unmatched by any other.

    Jadwiga's unique agenda is called Saint. She focuses on building up Faithand likes civilizations that do the same. Her unique ability is called Lithuanian Union. Using a Polish "Culture Bomb" on another civilization's city will convert it to her religion. She also gains +4 Gold and +2 Culture and Faith from Relics, and her Holy Sitedistricts have increased adjacency bonuses.

    Poland is a multi-faceted civilization that possesses strong military capabilities that can be repurposed for other means. One of their Military Policy slots is converted to a Wildcard slot, allowing them to recruit a Great Prophet earlier than other civs and establish a Religion. In addition creation of Forts and Encampments allow them to gain free tiles through their Culture Bomb ability. And with Jadwiga in charge, cities that lose tiles to Jadwiga also convert to her Religion. So even when Jadwiga plays militarily, perhaps choosing governmentswith Military slots and fortifying her frontier, Poland should still be very strong on the religious and economic fronts.

    Jadwiga is voiced by Julia Jakubowska. She speaks Polish, though she stylizes her language by using some archaic words and grammar forms.

    In late 14th century Poland, there was little expectation for the king's third daughter to do much beyond secure her country's future through a marriage alliance. Yet in her short life, the devout Jadwiga would rule all of Poland. Selfless and canny, she sought to bring disparate peoples together through a common (and comprehensible) faith. Jadwiga was born in 1373 to Elizabeth of Bosnia and Louis I, King of Hungary and Poland. Raised at the royal residences in Buda and Visegrad, Jadwiga was well-educated, fluent in five languages, and embarrassingly pious. When Louis's death in 1382 led to a succession crisis, Elizabeth sent young Jadwiga to Krakow to end it. Beloved by the Polish people for her kindness, endorsed by the Catholic church for her faith, and condoned by the stiff-necked Polish nobility for her affability, 11-year-old princess Jadwiga found herself crowned king of Greater Poland in 1384. The new Polish king to rule in perilous times. A fistful of Casimir's more tenuous...

    Jadwiga's appearance in the final version of the DLC is different from her appearance in the early builds and promotional materials, which depicted her with a narrower face.
    Jadwiga's diplomacy screen shows a field with some flowers and shrubs in front of her palace.
    Jadwiga's leader ability references the political union of Poland and Lithuania after her marriage to Jogaila, Grand Duke of Lithuania, while her leader agenda references her status as a canonized...
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  5. Jadwiga - Name Meaning, What does Jadwiga mean?

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    Jadwiga as a girls' name has its root in Polish, and the meaning of Jadwiga is "safety in battle". Jadwiga is a version of Jadwige (Polish).

  6. The name Jadwiga means War Battle and is of Polish origin. Jadwiga is a name that's been used primarily by parents who are considering baby names for girls.

  7. Jadwiga - PathfinderWiki

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    Oct 26, 2019 · The Jadwiga are the direct descendants of the Witch Queen Baba Yaga, who travels to Golarion once a century to install a new daughter to the throne of Irrisen. Even though Baba Yaga hails from somewhere else in the Great Beyond, the Jadwiga appear, and seem to be fully human.

  8. Jadwiga - Civilization 6 (VI) Wiki

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    May 23, 2019 · Jadwiga reigned as the first female monarch of the Kingdom of Poland from 1384 until her death in 1399. She was the youngest daughter of Louis the Great, King of Hungary and Poland, and his wife, Elizabeth of Bosnia.

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  9. How to pronounce Jadwiga | HowToPronounce.com

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    JADWIGA OSTAPIUK Who died peacefully on Tuesday 10th March 2020 at Magdalene House, Fortified by the Rites of the Holy Mother Church, Jadwiga aged 91 years. The dearly loved wife of the late.. more

  10. Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney | History

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    Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney's CV My work focuses on Latin American and Gender history, with an interest in the Cold War and the global sixties.