Vitslav II (1260–1302) and Jaromar III (1260–1282) Vitslav II, who came to power at the age of 20 after the violent death of his father, tried to improve the relationship between Lübeck and Stralsund by renewing trade agreements. At the behest of Stralsund, he had the nearby town of Schadegard, founded in 1269, razed.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principality_of_Rügen
Jaromar III (died 1282) was the younger son of Prince Jaromar II of Rügen and his wife Euphemia. He served as regent of the Principality of Rügen during the many absences of his older brother, Vitslav II. In 1268, he issued a charter as prince to Neuenkamp Abbey. Jaromar acted as regent when his brother went on a crusade to Livonia in 1282
Jaromar II was an ardent supporter of the archbishops in the Danish domestic struggle between the Danish king and the archbishops Jakob Erlandsen of Lund and Peder Bang of Roskilde. In Peder Bang escaped from a Danish prison, into exile in Schaprode in Rügen.
- c. 1218
- 20 August 1260
- Euphemia of Pomerania
Vitslav II (1260–1302) and Jaromar III (1260–1282) Vitslav II, who came to power at the age of 20 after the violent death of his father, tried to improve the relationship between Lübeck and Stralsund by renewing trade agreements. At the behest of Stralsund, he had the nearby town of Schadegard, founded in 1269, razed.
Jaromar III Prince Of Rugen was born circa 1244, at birth place, to Jaromar II Prince Of Rugen and Euphemia. Jaromar had 4 siblings: Margethe Eriksen Gyldenstierne and 3 other siblings . Jaromar passed away on month day 1283, at age 39 at death place .
Jaromar is a masculine given name. It is the Polabian form of the West Slavic name, Jaromir. It may refer to: People: Jaromar, also Jaromar of Rügen, is the name of several members of Rügen's princely house: Jaromar I (1141–1218), Prince of Rügen; Jaromar II (1218–1260), Prince of Rügen; Jaromar III (1249–1285), Prince of Rügen, co ...
Jaromar II. von Rügen, Prince of Rügen, was born 1218 to Wizlaw I. von Rügen (c1180-1250) and Margarete (bef1200-1232) and died 20 August 1260 of unspecified causes. He married Eufemie von Pommerellen (c1224-bef1270) before1248 JL . Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are fromRussia, Ukraine, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, the Byzantine Empire, Sweden ...
* Jaromar III. (* vor 1249, † vor 1285), Mitregent von Wizlaw II. Literatur [Bearbeiten] * Theodor Pyl: Jaromar II.. In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Band 13. Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1881, S. 724–726. * Joachim Wächter: Das Fürstentum Rügen - Ein Überblick. In: Beiträge zur Geschichte Vorpommerns: die Demminer Kolloquien ...
Vitslav III of Rügen, co-regent from 1286; Jaromar (born around 1267 – died 1294), rector at Stralsund St. Nicholas', later Bishop of Cammin from 1288 to 1294; Euphemia of Rügen (born around 1280 – died 1321), married King Hakon V of Norway
Jul 24, 2017 · Jaromar av Rûgen: Birthdate: estimated between 1282 and 1324: Death: 1325 Immediate Family: Son of Wizlaw III Furste av Rûgen and Agnes av Rûgen Brother of Agnes, Prinzessin von Rügen and Euphemia av Rûgen. Managed by: Rolf Eskil Toresson: Last Updated: July 24, 2017
Jaromar III – książę rugijski; Jaromír Jágr – hokeista czeski (ur. 1972) Jaromír Korčák – czeski geograf, demograf i statystyk (1895–1989) Jaromír Nohavica – czeski pieśniarz i poeta (ur. 1953) Jaromir Netzel – prezes PZU (ur. 1959) Jaromir Radke – polski panczenista; Jaromir Trafankowski – polski śpiewak operowy (ur ...