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.
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Jan 08, 2017 · Thus, Ria de Vigo was a victim for many attacks and robberies. According to a local story, Maria Soliña became even more respected in Galicia after taking action during an attack by the Turkish fleet. That event took place just a few decades after the famous heroine of A Coruna, Maria Pita, led a group of women to defeat Francis Drake’s fleet.
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Jan 10, 2018 · About Eufemia Maria Duchess of Galicia, Princess of Lithuania Eufemia / Gaudemunda , born ca. 1316, died ca. 05th Feb. 1342. Murdered near Zawichost, drowned under the ice in the River Vistula.
HM George I's 9-Great Grandmother. HRE Ferdinand I's 5-Great Grandmother. U.S. President [MONROE] 's 18-Great Grandmother. PM Churchill's 20-Great Grandmother. HM Margrethe II's 16-Great Gran
**Maria Elisabeth Martha Claes (born Galicia) was born on month day 1912, at birth place, to **Henricus Galicia and **Anna Maria Galicia (born Goossens). **Henricus was born on July 30 1889, in Baal. **Anna was born on June 26 1887, in Heist op den Berg.
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Austria laid claim to Galicia on the grounds that its empress, Maria Theresa, was also the queen of Hungary, which had occupied the Principality of Galicia-Volhynia in 1214–21 and 1370–87. The new Austrian province, called the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, had an area of some 83,000 sq km and around 2,800,000 inhabitants (in 1786).
Galicia Location of Galicia (green) in Europe (dark gray) Map of the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, 1914 Map of Europe in 1328 Galicia was a historical and geographic region at the crossroad of Central and Eastern Europe. It was once the small Kingdom of Galicia–Volhynia and later a crown land of Austria-Hungary, the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, which straddled the modern-day border ...