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  1. Princess Kateryna Ostrozka (Ukrainian: Катерина Острозька, Lithuanian: Kotryna Ostrogiškaitė, Polish: Katarzyna Ostrogska) (1560–1579) was a Polish–Lithuanian noblewoman. She was famed for the Siege of Dubna in 1577, which was sieged by nomads with the purpose of take to her prisoner.

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  2. Katarzyna Ostrogska (1602–1642) - Wikipedia

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    Princess Katarzyna Ostrogska (1602–1642) was a Polish–Lithuanian noblewoman, founder of the city of Biała (modern Janów Lubelski). She was the maternal grandmother of King of Poland Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki. Life. She was the daughter of voivode of Wołyń Prince Oleksander Ostrogski h. Ostrozky, and Anna Kostka h. Dąbrowa.

    • 1602
    • 1642, Zamość (probably)
  3. Katarzyna Ostrogska (1560–1579) - Wikipedia

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    Princess Kateryna Ostrozka (Ukrainian: Катерина Острозька, Lithuanian: Kotryna Ostrogiškaitė, Polish: Katarzyna Ostrogska) (1560–1579) was a Polish–Lithuanian noblewoman. She was famed for the Siege of Dubna in 1577, which was sieged by nomads with the purpose of take to her prisoner.

    • 1560
    • 3 August 1579, Vilnius
  4. Katarzyna Ostrogska 1560-1579 - Ancestry®

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  5. Katarzyna Ostrogska – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Katarzyna Zamoyska była również autorką zbioru podstawowych praw dla miasta. Przywileje dla miasta Biała z 21 lipca 1640 r. nadane przez jego fundatorkę na mocy przywileju lokacyjnego regulowały m.in. organizację i tryb wyboru władz miejskich, czy organizacje targów i jarmarków, a więc sprawy niezwykle ważne dla nowego miasta.

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    Katarzyna Ostrogska was the name of several Polish–Lithuanian noble women:. Katarzyna Ostrogska (1560–1579), wife of Krzysztof Mikołaj Radziwiłł Katarzyna Ostrogska (1602–1642), wife of Tomasz Zamoyski

  7. Katarzyna Zamoyska (Ostrogska) (1603 - 1642) - Genealogy

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    Dec 30, 2018 · Princess Katarzyna Ostrogska (1602–1642) was a Polish–Lithuanian noble lady. She was the grandmother of King of Poland Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki.[1] She was the daughter of voivode of Wołyń Prince Aleksander Ostrogski h. Ostrogski, the son of voivode of Kijów Prince Konstanty Wasyl Ostrogski h. Ostrogski and Countess Zofia Tarnowska h.

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    Princess Katarzyna Ostrogska (Lithuanian: Kotryna Ostrogiškaitė) (1602–1642) was a Polish–Lithuanian noblewomen of Ruthenian origin. She married Tomasz Zamoyski in 1620.

  9. Krzysztof Mikołaj "Perkūnas" Radziwiłł - Wikipedia

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    Katarzyna Tomicka-Iwińska Prince Krzysztof Mikołaj Radziwiłł , nicknamed "Piorun" (The Thunderbolt) ( Lithuanian : Kristupas (Mikalojus) Radvila „Perkūnas“ , 1547–1603) was a Reichsfürst of the Holy Roman Empire and a member of the nobility of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth .

  10. Katarzyna Ostrogska : Family tree by frebault - Geneanet

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  11. Katarzyna - Wikipedia

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    Katarzyna Ostrogska (1602–1642), Polish szlachcianka Katarzyna Potocka , Polish noble lady Katarzyna Sobieska , the sister of King of Poland Jan III Sobieski and a noble lady