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  1. The Christmas miracle of Legnica -

    24 December 2017 On Christmas, December 25, 2013, one of the most impressive Eucharistic miracles in church history happened in Legnica, Poland. The result of forensic examinations was clear. Guest contribution by Michael Hesemann Legnica ( Ironically, on Christmas, December 25, 2013, happened in the Polish Legnica (German: Legnica in Lower Silesia) one of the …

  2. Joachim Frederick of Brieg - Wikipedia

    Joachim Frederick of (Legnica-)Brieg (German: Joachim Friedrich von Liegnitz-Brieg; Polish: Joachim Fryderyk legnicko-brzeski; 29 September 1550 – Brzeg, 25 March 1602), was a Duke of Oława and Wołów (since 1586 with his brother as a co-ruler until 1592) and Brzeg (since 1595) and Legnica (since 1596).

  3. Barbara of Brandenburg, Marquise of Mantua - Wikipedia

    Barbara of Brandenburg (1422 – 7 November 1481) was a Marchioness consort of Mantua, married in 1433 to Ludovico III Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua.She was referred to as a virago because of her strong character and forceful nature, and served as Regent of Mantua several times during the absence of Ludivico III between 1445 and 1455.

  4. Eucharistic Miracle of LEGNICA - The Real Presence

    On April 10, 2016, the Bishop Zbigniew Kiernikowski officially announced to the faithful the results of the analysis of the Eucharistic miracle which took place in Legnica in 2013 The Original press release Doctor and cardiologist Professor Barbara Engel, who was one of the scientists involved in the scientific analysis, said during the press

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  5. Federico I Gonzaga, Marquess of Mantua - Wikipedia

    Federico was born in Mantua in 1441, son of Ludovico III and Barbara of Brandenburg. He was a good friend of the court painter Andrea Mantegna and received an education from Mantegna's mother as well as from Vittorino da Feltre (d. 1446) and above all from Iacopo da San Cassiano (from 1446 to 1449) and Ognibene da Lonigo (from 1449).

  6. Dorothea of Brandenburg - Wikipedia

    Dorothea of Brandenburg (1430/1431 – 10 November 1495) was Queen of Denmark (1445–1448 and 1449–1481), Queen of Norway (1445–1448 and 1450–1481) and Queen of Sweden (1447–1448 and 1457–1464) by her marriages to King Christopher III and King Christian I.

  7. (PDF) Middle Miocene palynoflora of the Legnica lignite ...

    Middle Miocene palynoflora of the Legnica lignite deposit complex, Lower Silesia, Poland Article (PDF Available) in Acta Palaeobotanica 49(1):5-133 · January 2009 with 202 Reads How we measure ...

  8. Francesco II Gonzaga, Marquess of Mantua - Wikipedia

    Biography. Francesco was born in Mantua, the son of Marquess Federico I Gonzaga.. Francesco had a career as a condottiero acting as Venice's commander from 1489 to 1498. He was the commander-in-chief of the army of the Italian league in the battle of Fornovo, under the tutorage of his more experienced uncle Ridolfo Gonzaga: even though Francesco was unable to stop Charles VII and his army from ...

  9. Frederick I of Denmark - Wikipedia,_Duke_of...

    Background. Frederick was the younger son of the first Oldenburg King Christian I of Denmark, Norway and Sweden (1426–81) and of Dorothea of Brandenburg (1430–95). Soon after the death of his father, the underage Frederick was elected co-Duke of Schleswig and Holstein in 1482, the other co-duke being his elder brother, King John of Denmark.

  10. Miasto Legnica - Reviews | Facebook

    Miasto Legnica, Legnica, Poland. 29,134 likes · 2,044 talking about this · 52,642 were here. Oficjalna strona miasta na Facebooku! Tutaj dowiesz się, czym żyje Legnica.