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  1. Maria of Galicia (before 1293- 11 January 1341) was a princess of Galicia-Volhynia and a member of the Rurik Dynasty. She was sister to Leo II of Halych and Andrew of Halych, daughter of George I of Halych. She assisted her son king Boleslaus George II of Halych in ruling Galicia. [citation needed]

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    Maria of Galicia (before 1293- 11 January 1341) was a princess of Galicia-Volhynia and a member of the Rurik Dynasty. She was sister to Leo II of Halych and Andrew of Halych, daughter of George I of Halych. She assisted her son king Boleslaus George II of Halych in ruling Galicia. [citation needed]

  3. Księżna Maria of Galicia (1288 - 1341) - Genealogy

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    Daughter of KING Yuri I of Galicia, King of Ruthenia, Great Prince of Kiev, Volydymyr-Volhynia, Haly and Eufemia of Galicia (Kujavia) (Евфимия Куявская) Wife of Książę Trojden I ks.

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    Jan 08, 2017 · One of the most famous people related to the old magical traditions is Maria Soliña, a Galician witch who lived during the 17th century. Despite her openness about supernatural practices, the intelligence of this remarkable woman allowed her to avoid the stake during the Inquisition. The Ria de Vigo is one of the Rias Baixas bays of Galicia.

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  6. Maria (Mie Gelas) Galicia (1902 - 1981) - Genealogy

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    Maria del Carmen Mendoza Galicia. Presidente at Academia Nacional para el Desarrollo del Adulto Mayor de la Sociedad Mexicana de Geografía y Estadís. PRESENTADORA DE TV DE PROGRAMAS EDUCATIVOS ...

  8. Maria Galicia (Quintua), 91 - Aiea, HI Has Court or Arrest ...

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    Summary: Maria Galicia is 91 years old today because Maria's birthday is on 10/28/1928. Before moving to Maria's current city of Aiea, HI, Maria lived in Honolulu HI. Sometimes Maria goes by various nicknames including M Galicia, Maria Qintua Galicia, Maria Q Gacilia, Maria Quinua Galicia and Maria Q Galica.

  9. Galicia (Eastern Europe) - Wikipedia

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    Galicia–Volhynia was created following the death in 1198 or 1199 (and without a recognised heir in the paternal line) of the last Prince of Galicia, Vladimir II Yaroslavich; Roman acquired the Principality of Galicia and united his lands into one state. Roman's successors would mostly use Halych (Galicia) as the designation of their combined ...

  10. History of Galicia - Toronto Ukrainian Genealogy Group

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    Halychyna [in Ukrainian] Galicia [in English], Gaszorszag [in Hungarian], Galitsiya [in Russian], Galizia [in Italian] or Galizien [in German] is Ruthenian (=Ukrainian) historic land in West Ukraine (present day oblasts of Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk and Ternopil). Name derives from the city of Halych (Latin name: Galic) which was the first capital of Galician principality. And name Galic itself derives from Ukrainian word \\"halka\\" meaning \\"crow\\" in English. That is why we have a crow on coat of arms of this land. Though there is other, version of the name (more truthful, on my opinion), that the name Halych - Galic (and from it Halychyna - Galizia) derives from Greek word \\"hals\\", which means \\"salt\\" in English. Byzantium and the Greeks had strong influence on these lands and it was from the Greeks that Galicia and Kyivan Rus were converted to the Greek Orthodoxy. The thing was that Halych was rich in \\"hals\\" - salt and from there salt being mined was exported to many faraway lands. Nowadays though there is no more salt mining in Halych and salt mining and Halych itself declined yet a long time ago. But during early medieval period salt was the main export product coming from Halych.

    Galicia was formerly a crown land of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy (from 1772 until 1918) and before 1370 it was an independent and powerful medieval Ruthenian (Ukrainian) Kingdom with capital in Halych which was built by Prince Volodymyrko in 1140. Since then the name Halychyna was applied to whole land. Galician king Danylo took and ruled over Kyiv (Kiev) even. In 1264 Danylo's son king Lev moves capital to Lviv. In 1349 Poland won a battle against Galicia and it stopped to exist as independent state for a long time until 1918 when short lived West Ukrainian Republic with capital in Lviv was proclaimed but quickly taken by Poles. Former territories of Galicia are now shared between southern Poland and Western Ukraine, with most of Galicia in Ukraine and small minor part in Poland. Other names for the area are Galicja (in Polish. Adjective form: Galicyjski), Gácsország (in Hungarian. Adj.: Gacsi) and Galizia (in Italian. Adj.: Galiziano). In Ukrainian history this land was very often referred as Red Rus' (Chervona Rus) or Red Ruthenia. During Austrian times, Galicia extended from the Biala River (minor tributary of the Vistula) in the west to the Zbrucz / Zbruch, (tributary of the Dniester in the east). From the Carpathians in the south, the land drops off to the north, passing over the Sarmatian Plain. At its largest during Austrian period, Galicia comprised approximately 78,000 square kilometers.

    Ancient Galicia was populated by the Slavic tribes of Dulibes(Duliby/Duleby) and White Croatians (White Croats / Bili Khorvaty), Ulyches (Ulychi), Tyverians (Tivertsi/Tivertsy), Buzhanians with Derevlians (Derevlyany) and Vohlynians (Volyniany) on the north. Before 980 (when these lands were incorporated into Kyivan Rus) it was a loose tribal confedaration with political center in Peremyshl (modern city Przemysl, at Ukrainian Polish border) under Polish influence. During that period western christianity (in Roman Catholic form) was partly rooted there from the west, what is witnessed by ruins of some Roman style churches of pre-Orthodox christianization (988) period as in village Bishche and Transcarpathia especially. In 10 th century (980) these tribes were conqered by Kievan Rus Prince Volodymyr (Vladimir). He established the town Volodymyr there and a few small principalities were formed in Halych, Terebovlya and Volodymyr. The Galician territory was started to be refferred as a Red Rus (or Red Ruthenia) then. The final formation of united Galician principlity occured during the reign of Prince Volodymyr of Galicia in 1124 -1152. Volodymyr united small Galician principalities with its capital in Halych (first citation in 1140, Halych is the root for the name Halychyna-Galicia).

    Shortly Volyn was united by the sons of Roman in 1227. Roman's son prince Danylo (Daniel / Danilo / Daniil) took Galician throne in 1238. The dominance of Halychyna by Prince Danylo was the greatest page in Galician History. In 1239 Kyiv (Kiev) was taken under the rule of Prince Danylo. 1239-42 Massive Mongol-Tatar invasion of Batia (1240 fall of Kyiv). 1245 Battle at Iaroslav (Jaroslaw). Danylo defeated Poles and Hungarian there and it was the end of the Hungarians-Polish kings in the struggle for Prince Roman's Legacy. 1250s Settlement of Lviv (Lemberg, Lwow) by Prince Danylo. Danylo named Lviv after his son Lev (Leo). In I253 Prince Danylo was coronated by a Papal Delegate. Great Danylo dies in 1264 and dark times start in Galician history. In 1259-60: Tatar campaigns (Byrynday) against Halychyna and Volyn. 1264- c. 1301 reighn of Lev I, son of Danylo. Lev moves capital of Galicia from Halych to Lviv/Lwow/Lvov/Lemberg (which was established by his father Danylo in 1250 and named after Lev's name). Galician Medieval History: dates sketch: After battles for Lublin between Galicia and Poland in 1300s Lublin was annexed to Polish Kingdom. Galicia dominates Transcarpathia meanwhile. 1286 Devastation of Galicia and Volyn by the Tatars (Telebuha). 1292 Last of the Galicia-Volhynia Chronicles. 1300s: Yuriy I, \\"King of Rus', Prince of Volodymyr\\". c. 1303: Beginnings of the Metropolitan in Halychyna (-1347). 1316: Union of Andrew and Lev, Princes \\"of all of Rus', Halychyna and Volodymyr\\" with Teutonic Princes. 1320s: Last of the descendents of Prince Roman. Boleslav Iuriy, Prince \\"of all Malo Rus'\\". 1330s: Marriage of Prince Yurij with the daughter of Gedymin (1331); campaign on the territories of Lublin (1337). 1339: Prince Yuri deeds the town of Sianok to German rule. 1340: Yuriy-Boleslav. Boyaryn Dmytro Dedko -- \\"steward of the Rus' lands\\"; Liubart -- prince of Volyn. Polish king Kasimir advances againts Galicia and wins the battle in 1349. This is was the key turning point in the hisory of independent Galician Kingdom. It stopped to exist forever. 1370-87: Galicia ruled by Hungary. Since Polish king was at the same time king of Hungary for a while. 1372-78: Volodyslav Opolskiy, last Galician Prince. 1375: Organizations of the Roman Hierarchy in Galicia, final step to subjugate local Orthodox population. 1387-1772: Galicia ruled by Poland 1425: First record of artisan guilds in Lviv. 1430-Western Podillia is annexed by Poland; establishment of Polish on Polish-Ukrainian territory. 1463: First citation of the Church Brotherhood (Uspensky in Lviv). 1490-92: Uprising against Poland in Galicia led by Mukha. 1538: Final transfer of Bukovyna/Bukowin (former Galician Land) to Turkish sovereingty, Moldovan commander Bohdan marches on Galicia. 1573: Ivan Fedorovych established a printing press in Lviv/Lwow, marking the beginning of printing in Ukraine. 1586: Lviv brotherhood maintains Stavropehian Laws. 1596: Union of Brest. Beginning of Religious struggles. 1648: Beginning of the Ukraine's struggle for liberation from Poland by Bohdan Khmelnytskiy (1648-57) and his failure. Galicia was devasted by Khmelnytsky's Cossack Troops and Tatars. 1649 and 1651: Khmelnytsky's attempts at peace with Poland (Zboriv. and Bilotserk. agreements). 1744-64: Construction of St. George Cathedral in Lviv/Lwow/Lemberg (Rococo style). 1848: Annullment of Feudalism; Political Rebirth of Galicia. 1861: First railroad on Ukrainian territory in Galicia (Peremyshyl - Lviv). 1890: First Ukrainian Galician political party (1900 - Naddniapranska). 1943-44: Red Army fights ro regain Eastern Galicia. Emmigration starts. Eastern Galicia regained by Red Army and agan incorporated in the USSR's Soviet Ukraine. Western Galicia remained part of Poland. 8/24/1991: Verkhovna Rada adopts a resolution proclaiming Ukraine's independence. 12/1/1991: Ukraine becomes an independent nation First President Leonid Makarovych Kravchuk (who comes from Volhynia, former Galician Kingdom Lands) elected (1991-1994). Eastern Galicia becomes part of the independent Ukraine. Meanwhile minor parts of Western Galicia (Chelm - Jaroslav - Przemysl areas) remain in Poland, forming newly created Polish provinces Podkarapckie and Malopolskie Wjowodstwos, since Polish authorities did not find it proper to give a true Ukrainian name of \\"Galicja\\" to those Ukrainian areas in Poland, which they found as \\"non historic\\" and forcefully applied by Austrians to that territory of Poland. TIMELINE OF GALICIAN HISTORY

    The negotiations between the three powers, Russia, Prussia and Austria, over the first partition of Poland were concluded on August 5, 1772. The cession treaty between the last King of Poland and Empress Maria Theresia took effect on September 18, 1773. Austria received Galicia including the Zamosc (Zamosz) district, but excluding Cracow. In the course of the later Napoleonic wars, Zamosc was to be detached from Austria as a new duchy centered at Cracow was established. It was to be subsquently annexed by Austria in 1846. In 1775 Bukovyna (Bukowin) was conqured by Austria and became another Austrian province, separete from Galicia. On the 1st of September in 1774, the Empress issued the first settlement patent. The second settlement patent was issued on September 17, 1781, by Emperor Josef II which also allowed emigration of foreigners. This patent was supplemented by the Toleranzpatent of October 13, 1781, which proclaimed religious toleration for Protestants. In the years to come, thousands of German families emigrated into Galicia, mostly out of the Palatinate (Pfalz) and settled in newly-founded German communities or in the cities as craftsmen and artisans. In Russia, following the revolution in March 1917, a Provisional Government was formed headed by Alexander Kerensky. It introduced some democratic freedoms and lifted restrictions on Ukrainian cultural and political life. All political exiles, were allowed to return home. Ukraine gained the autonomy in April 1917 through formation of Central Rada (Council) headed by the historian Mykhaylo Hrushevskyi. In March the German - Austrian offensive dislodged Bolsheviks from Kyiv and Central Rada returned to the Ukrainian capital. In compliance with the terms of Brest - Litovsk Peace Treaty, Red Army left Ukrainian territory in April. On January 22, 1919 an act of Union of western and eastern Ukrainian states was proclaimed, however ongoing hostilities prevented realization of this plan. By late July, Poles gained control over the whole Galicia. But soon Polish - Russian War started, as the leader of Eastern Ukraine (Ukraine National Republic) Symon Petlura signed the Treaty of Warsaw with Poles in April 1920 whereby he abandoned claim to Galicia and western Wolhynia for Polish military help against the Soviet Bolsheviks. Polish and Ukrainian forces captured Kyiv on May 6, but Bolsheviks mounted a counteroffensive and progressed as far as the outskirts of Warsaw (Russians were stopped at severe Warsaw battle of 1920) before being driven back to the Right Bank Ukraine. At that occupation moment short-lived the Galician Socialist Soviet Republic (1920) was procalimed by Bolsheviks. But after Warsaw battle, in October 1920, Poles made a truce with the Soviets and in March 1921 Polish and Soviet governments signed the Treaty of Riga whereby Poland recognized the Soviet jurisdiction over Right Bank but retained Galicia and western Volhynia.

    When serfdom was abolished in the Austrian Empire in 1848, Ukrainians launched their struggle for political representation and national autonomy. The political and social climate of succeeding decades was aptly reflected by the great reformer and writer Ivan Franko, who wrote, \\"I am a son of the people, the son of a nation on the rise.\\" By the 1880's, significant changes had taken place in parliamentary practices, in local government, and the public school system. Newspapers were established and various self-help organizations were formed to promote political awareness, improve agricultural practices and facilitate Ukrainian cultural expression. This dynamic organization and political life was transported to the New World and has been a hallmark of Ukrainian Canadian communities ever since.

    Disintegration of Habsburg Empire started in 1918. In October 1918 Ukrainian political leaders formed a state called Western Ukrainian National Republic consisting of eastern Galicia western Wolhynia and northern Bukovyna. Defending this new state were Ukrainian Galician Army, consisting of Ukrainins from former Austrian army and volunteer force called \\"Sichovi Striltsi\\" (Sich Riflemen).On November 1, Ukrainian forces occupied Lviv, which triggered war with Poles, who wanted Galicia to be part of the Polish Republic. The Polish forces captured Lviv on November 21 while Romanian army occupied Bukovyna. Nevertheless for some time to come, most of Galicia remained under control of Ukrainian government headed by Evhen Petrushevych in Stanyslaviv.

    Koch, as a member of the superior German Herrenvolk master race, started a reign of terror and oppression in East Ukraine. Koch often said that the Ukrainian people were inferior to the Germans, that Ukrainians were half-monkeys, and that Ukrainians \\"must be handled with the whip like the negroes.\\" He once said that \\"no German soldiers would die for these niggers [Ukrainians].\\" Unlike Eeastern Ukrainians, Hitler palnned to germanize the Galicians. That is why Galicia was included into Reich itself, unlike Eastern Ukraine.

  11. Galicia (Spain) - Wikipedia

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    Galicia (/ ɡ ə ˈ l ɪ ʃ (i) ə /; Galician: Galicia [ɡaˈliθjɐ] or Galiza [ɡaˈliθɐ]; Spanish: Galicia) is an autonomous community of Spain and historic nationality under Spanish law. Located in the northwest Iberian Peninsula , it includes the provinces of A Coruña , Lugo , Ourense and Pontevedra .