- Katharina of Opole Jan I of Żagań ( Polish : Jan I żagański ) ( c. 1385 – 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 .
Katharina Piast of Opole was born circa1367 to Władysław of Opole (c1332-1401) and Elisabeth of Wallachia (1340-c1369) and died 6 June 1420 of unspecified causes. She married Henry VIII of Zagan (c1357-1397) circa1382 JL .
- Elisabeth of Wallachia (1340-c1369)
- 6 June 1420
- Henry VIII of Zagan (c1357-1397)
Daughter of Herzog Wladislaus II. von Oppeln and Elisabeth of Wallachia Wife of Herzog Heinrich VIII. „der Sperling“ von Glogau Mother of Herzog Johan l. von Glogau-Sagan; Herzog Heinrich IX. von Glogau, Freystadt und Crossen; Herzog Heinrich X. von Glogau und Freystadt; Herzog Wenzel von Glogau und Crossen and Herzogin Anna von Auschwitz (von Sagan) Sister of Kinga Herzogin von Oppel; Markgräfin Elisabeth von Mähren (Herzogin von Oppeln) and Katharina von Sagan Half sister of Fürstin ...
Katharina (born before 1454 – died after 14 November 1497). In a will written in 1447 he left the Duchy to his three sons as co-rulers. In the testament was an entry who expressed the wish that the Duchy was not divided for 20 years.
- c. 1385
- Scholastika of Saxe-Wittenberg
- 12 April 1439
- Silesian Piasts
In 1382 Henry VIII married with Katharina (b. ca. 26 March 1367 – d. 6 June 1420), daughter of Duke Władysław of Opole. They had five children: Jan I (b. ca. 1385 – d. 12 April 1439) Henry IX the Older (b. ca. 1389 – d. 11 November 1467) Henry X Rumpold (b. ca. 1390 – d. 18 January 1423) Wenceslaus (b. ca. 1391 – d. bef. 4 February 1431)
Katharina of Opole 1382 five children 1395-1397: Głogów (1st half) John II: 1344/51: 1372–1376: 19 February 1376: Oświęcim: Hedwig of Brieg 1366 three children: Son of John I. John III: 1366: 1376–1405: 19 August 1405: Oświęcim: Hedwig of Lithuania 1394 no children: Son of John II. Left no descendants. The duchy went to a son of Premislaus IV. Premislaus I Noszak: 1332/6
Władysław Piast of Opole, Duke of Opole, was born circa1332 to Bolko II of Opole (bef1300-1356) and Elisabeth of Swidnica (c1315-1348) and died 18 May 1401 of unspecified causes. He married Elisabeth (1340-c1369) circa1355 JL . He married Euphemia of Masovia (c1352-1424) circa1369 JL . Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Hugh Capet (c940-996), William ...
Dec 22, 2018 · Portrait of Vladislaus II by Jan Matejko Vladislaus II of Opole (Polish: Władysław Opolczyk, German: Wladislaus von Oppeln, Hungarian: Oppelni László, Ukrainian: Владислав Опольчик) (ca. 1332 – 18 May 1401) was a Duke of Opole from 1356 (as a Bohemian vassal), Count palatine of Hungary during 1367–1372, ruler over ...
Opuliai vagy Oppelni László (lengyelül Władysław Opolczyk; 1327 körül – 1401. május 8.) opuliai és wieluni herceg, Magyarország nádora, kunok bírája, temesvári-, gímesi-, lévai várnagy.
Gabriel Bethlen de Iktár (1580–1629), Prince of Transylvania (1613–1629), Duke of Opole (1622–1625) and leader of an anti-Habsburg insurrection; Katharina Bethlen de Iktár (1604-1649), Princess of Transylvania (1629-1630) Stephan Bethlen de Iktár (1582-1648), Prince of Transylvania in 1630.