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  1. Jarosław, Duke of Opole - Wikipedia

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    Jarosław of Opole ( Polish: Jarosław opolski; aft. 1143 – 22 March 1201) was a Duke Opole from 1173 and Bishop of Wrocław from 1198 until his death. He was the oldest son of Bolesław I the Tall, by his first wife Zvenislava, daughter of Vsevolod II Olgovich, Grand Prince of Kiev. His Russian name was given by his mother.

  2. Jarosław, Duke of Opole - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Jarosław of Opole (Jarosław opolski; aft. 1143 – 22 March 1201) was a Duke Opole from 1173 and Bishop of Wrocław from 1198 until his death. 21 relations.

  3. Duchy of Opole - Wikipedia

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    After a long-term dispute in 1172 the Duchy of Opole was formed with Jarosław becoming the first duke. In turn he was obliged to an ecclesiastical career and became Bishop of Wrocław in 1198. When Duke Jarosław died in 1201, the Opole lands reverted to his still living father Bolesław and were briefly incorporated into the Duchy of Wrocław.

  4. Mieszko IV Tanglefoot | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Duke of Opole Edit. On 22 March 1201 Jarosław of Opole died. The Duchy of Opole was then inherited by his father Bolesław the Tall, with whom the late Duke was recently reconciled. Bolesław the Tall died only nine months later, on 7/8 December 1201, leaving all his lands to his eldest (and only) surviving son Henry I the Bearded.

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  5. Jarosław, Duke of Opole - Wikidata

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    dewiki Jaroslaw (Opole) elwiki Γιαρόσλαφ του Οπόλε; enwiki Jarosław, Duke of Opole; frwiki Iaroslav d'Opole; jawiki ヤロスワフ (オポーレ公) nlwiki Jaroslav van Opole; plwiki Jarosław opolski; ruwiki Ярослав (князь опольский) ukwiki Ярослав Болеславич

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    After a long-term dispute in 1172 the Duchy of Opole was formed with Jarosław becoming the first duke. In turn he was obliged to an ecclesiastical career and became Bishop of Wrocław in 1198. When Duke Jarosław died in 1201, the Opole lands reverted to his still living father Bolesław and were briefly incorporated into the Duchy of Wrocław.

  7. Leszek the White | Project Gutenberg Self-Publishing - eBooks ...

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    An extremely bloody battle took place on 13 September 1195 at Mozgawa (Mozgawą) near voivode Goworek, who attacked the army Silesian army of Mieszko Tanglefoot and Jarosław of Opole, who also arrived late to the battlefield.

  8. Jarosław (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Jarosław (IPA: [jaˈrɔswaf] ) is a Polish given name, equivalent to Jaroslav. It is composed of the elements jar meaning 'strong' or 'powerful' and sława meaning 'glory' or 'fame'. Diminutive forms include Jarek. Its feminine form is Jarosława [jarɔˈswava].

  9. Opole: Dukes of Opole, People from Opole, Sigismund Báthory ...

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  10. Early life - db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

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    Duke of Opole. On 22 March 1201 Jarosław of Opole died. The Duchy of Opole was then inherited by his father Bolesław the Tall, with whom the late duke had recently reconciled. However, Bolesław died only nine months later, on 7/8 December 1201, leaving all his lands to only surviving son, Henry the Bearded.