Louis I the Fair, also known as the Wise or the Right (Polish: Ludwik I Sprawiedliwy, Roztropny, or Prawy) or Louis I of Brzeg (Ludwik I brzeski; c. 1321 – 6/23 December 1398), a member of the Silesian Piasts, was a Silesian duke of Legnica from 1342 to 1346 (jointly with his elder brother Wenceslaus I until 1345) and of Brzeg from 1358 until his death.
- c. 1321
- Agnes of Głogów-Żagań
- Between 6 and 23 December 1398
- Silesian Piasts
Ludwik I the Fair or Louis I the Fair also known as the Wise, the Right or of Brzeg (Brieg) (Polish: Ludwik I Sprawiedliwy or Roztropny or Prawy or brzeski; b. ca. 1321 - d. 6/23 December 1398), was a Duke of Legnica two times: first during 1342-1345 (with his brother) and secondly during 1345-1346 (alone), and Duke of Brzeg since 1358.
Louis I the Fair Piast of Legnica, Duke of Legnica, Duke of Brzeg, was born circa1321 to Bolesław III of Legnica (1291-1352) and Margaret of Bohemia (1296-1322) and died December 1398 of unspecified causes. He married Agnes of Zagan (c1321-1362) circa1326 JL . Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Hugh Capet (c940-996). Ancestors are fromthe Czech ...
- Agnes of Zagan (c1321-1362)
- Margaret of Bohemia (1296-1322)
- Duke of Legnica Duke of Brzeg
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Prince Louis II, who lived in it, ran a very expensive lifestyle, spending a fortune on traveling around the world. The recurrent Hussite invasions in 1428, 1429 and 1432 were also a disaster. After the death of Louis II, the Brzeg Castle ceased to function as a residence for a long time, because the entire duchy was pledged to Bernard of ...
Louis I of Brzeg (1,460 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Right (Polish: Ludwik I Sprawiedliwy, Roztropny, or Prawy) or Louis I of Brzeg (Ludwik I brzeski; c. 1321 – 6/23 December 1398), a member of the Silesian
The church was built between 1370 and 1420 during the reign of Louis I of Brzeg. He built it on the site of a former brick building, mentioned in sources from 1279. The building was financed by the town's inhabitants and the prince.
Louis II of Brieg; (1380/85 – 30 May 1436), was a Duke of Brzeg (Brieg) from 1399 (until 1400 with his older brother as a co-ruler) and Duke of Legnica from 1413.. He was the second son of Henry VII with a Scar, Duke of Brzeg, but the eldest born by his second wife Margareta, daughter of Siemowit III, Duke of Masovia.
The reason for this decision was the policy of Louis I the Fair, who didn't want to make further divisions of the already small Duchy of Brzeg. Instead, since 1360 or 1361 Henry VII was named by his father as co-regent, but without any formal power.
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