Władysław of Głogów (Polish: Władysław Głogowski, Czech: Vladislav Těšínsko-Hlohovský, German: Wladislaus von Teschen) (c. 1420 – 14 February 1460) was a Silesian nobleman. He was the ruling Duke of Cieszyn during 1431–1442 (with his brothers as co-rulers) and from 1442 sole ruler over half of both Głogów and Ścinawa .
Władysław of Głogów (Polish: Władysław Głogowski, Czech: Vladislav Těšínsko-Hlohovský, German: Wladislaus von Teschen) (c. 1420 – 14 February 1460) was a Silesian nobleman. He was the ruling Duke of Cieszyn during 1431–1442 (with his brothers as co-rulers) and from 1442 sole ruler over half of both Głogów and Ścinawa.
Its administrative seat and only town is Głogów. The Siege of Głogów or Defense of Głogów (Schlacht bei Glogau, Obrona Głogowa) was fought on 24 August 1109 at the Silesian town of Głogów, between the Kingdom of Poland and the Holy Roman Empire. Konrad Laskonogi (literally Spindleshanks; born 1146/57 - died by 17 January 1190), was a Duke of Głogów since 1177 until his death.
Zygmunt Jagiellończyk had been in person in Głogów from 1502 and probably he was the initiator of major repairs and renaissance reconstruction of the castle. In 1508, he returned it to his brother Władysław, the king of Bohemia and Hungary, who established starosts in the castle. In 1517, a great fire broke out in Głogów.
Jun 15, 2018 · Henry III and Władysław I quickly concluded a settlement on 10 March 1296 in Krzywin, under which the Duke of Głogów obtained all the lands from the south of the Obra River. At the same time Władysław I designated Henry III's eldest son, Henry IV the Faithful as his heir over Poznań, and, in case of his death without male issue, over all ...
Głogów (German: Glogau, Czech: Hlohov, Silesian: Głogůw) is a town in Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Poland.Pronounced as Gwo-goev, the town is one of the oldest settlements in modern Poland, tracing its history back to the first Slavic tribes in the region.
Sep 22, 2018 · Władysław (also named Włodzisław) Odonic (nicknamed Plwacz) (Polish: Władysław (Włodzisław) Odonic (Plwacz); b. ca. 1190 - d. 5 June 1239), was a Duke of Kalisz during 1207-1217, Duke of Poznań during 1216-1217, in 1223 ruler over Ujście, from 1225 ruler over Nakło, Duke of all Greater Poland during 1229-1234, and since 1234 until ...
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en The second reason for Władysław I the Elbow-high's quick agreement with Henry III of Głogów was the intervention in Gdańsk of his nephew Leszek of Inowrocław, which made claims to this part of the lands of Przemysł II.
Casimir II, nephew of Władysław and Przemysław II, claimed his rights over half Głogów and Ścinawa as the only male heir of the whole Cieszyn branch. Soon, he was swored by the Głogów city council ruler of the city as guardian of Margareta; however, he was defeated by Jan II's forces shortly after.