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      • Władysław of Salzburg, also known as Władysław of Wrocław/Breslau (Polish: Władysław Wrocławski) or Władysław of Silesia (German: Wladislaus von Schlesien, Czech: Vladislav Slezský; c. 1237 – 27 April 1270), a member of the Silesian Piasts, was co-ruler in the Duchy of Wroclaw since 1248.
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  1. Ladislaus of Salzburg - Wikipedia

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    Władysław of Salzburg, also known as Władysław of Wrocław/Breslau (Polish: Władysław Wrocławski) or Władysław of Silesia (German: Wladislaus von Schlesien, Czech: Vladislav Slezský; c. 1237 – 27 April 1270), a member of the Silesian Piasts, was co-ruler in the Duchy of Wroclaw since 1248.

  2. Category:Ladislaus of Salzburg - Wikimedia Commons

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    Ladislaus of Salzburg. Roman Catholic archbishop. Upload media. Wikipedia. Date of birth. 1237. Date of death. 27 April 1270.

    • 1237 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
    • 27 April 1270 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584), Salzburg
  3. When did Ladislaus of Salzburg die? - Answers

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    Ladislaus of Salzburg died in 1270.

  4. When was Ladislaus of Salzburg born? - Answers

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    Ladislaus Vajda was born on August 17, 1877, in Budapest, Hungary, Austria-Hungary.

  5. Ladislaus of Salzburg - Wikidata

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    enwiki Ladislaus of Salzburg; frwiki Ladislas (archevêque de Salzbourg) itwiki Ladislao di Salisburgo; nlwiki Wladislaus van Silezië; plwiki Władysław wrocławski; ruwiki Владислав Зальцбургский

  6. Graf LADISLAUS Peter Julius Karl Maria Joseph Johann von ...

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    Genealogy for Graf LADISLAUS Peter Julius Karl Maria Joseph Johann von Nepomuk von Seilern Und Aspang, Dr. jur. (1886 - 1976) family tree on Geni, with over 190 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  7. Austrian events - Europa Universalis 4 Wiki

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    Jun 22, 2020 · Ladislaus Postumus, the Archduke of Austria, is now the recognized sovereign of both Austria and Hungary. Preferring to rule from Vienna, he has adopted the title of Archduke as his primary title. Despite the protests of the Hungarian nobility, Hungary is therefore now ruled by Austria under a personal union.

  8. Salzburg Festival / History 1936

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    In March, at the suggestion of provincial governor Franz Rehrl, the Salzburg Parliament passed the "Law for the Protection of the Salzburg Festival". As a result, outside events scheduled at the same time as the Festival now required special permission from the provincial government. This regulation remained in effect until 1970.

  9. archbishopric of salzburg : definition of archbishopric of ...

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    The Archbishopric of Salzburg was an ecclesiastical State of the Holy Roman Empire, its territory roughly congruent with the present-day Austrian state of Salzburg.. The diocese arose from St Peter's Abbey, founded in the German stem duchy of Bavaria about 696 by St Rupert at the former Roman city of Iuvavum (Salzburg).

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