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    • Introduction
    • Chapter 1. Dukes of Pomerania
    • Chapter 2. Die Swantiboriden
    • Chapter 3. Fürsten Von Rügen
    • Chapter 4. Herzoge Von Pommerellen

    The Pomeranians emerged in the 9th century asone of the important Slavic tribes in the area of the future state of Poland. They were based in the north around the cities of Wolin, Kamien, Szczecin, Stargard, Pyrzyce, Bialogard and Kolobrzeg. These new city states wereeconomically more advanced than the rest of Poland, although heavily dependanton maritime trade. They strongly resisted the influence of the Piast dynasty of the Polanianstate, but did not at that time develop their own central dynastic leadership. Dzięciołsuggests that "the Slavs", led by the Saxon countWichmann who was related to Hermann Billung dux in Saxony and whosevictories over Mieszko I Prince of Poland in 963 were recorded by thechronicler Widukind of Corvey, may have been western Pomeranians. These western Pomeranians were defeated in 967by the Poles, in alliance with Boleslav I Duke of Bohemia, when Wichmann waskilled in battle. This opened a period of increased Polish influence in Pomerania. ThePomeranians h...


    [Three] brothers, parents not identified: 1.WARTISLAW[I] (-killed Stolp [1135/36]). Acharter dated 3 May 1153, under which Adalbert Bishop of Pomerania confirmedthe foundation of Kloster Stolp, states that the site was where "principe…Wartizlauo"had been killed and that "Ratiboro tunc nostre principe"founded the Kloster. - see below, Part B. 2.RATIBOR[I] (-1155 or 7 May 1156). Hisrelationship with Wartislaw [I] is confirmed by the charter dated 18 Apr 1177under which "Boguslaus…Pomeranorum Du...

    B. DUKES of POMERANIA1181-1278

    WARTISLAW[I], son of --- (-killed Stolp [1135/36]). According to Saxo Grammaticus, Wartislaw "waged continual hostilitieswith the Danes and the Poles". In [1127/29], Niels King of Denmark counter-attacked against the fort of Uznam and subsequently Wolin. Wartislaw wasmade prisoner after boarding a Danish ship to negotiate peace but freed afterthe intervention of Knud "Lavard" of Denmark. A charter dated 3 May 1153, under which Adalbert Bishop of Pomerania confirmed the foundation of Kloster S...


    BOGISLAW von Pommern, son of BARNIM I Duke of Pomerania & his second wife Margareta von Werle-Güstrow [Mecklenburg] (before 1258-19 Feb 1309, bur Stettin Marienkirche). He succeeded his father in 1278 as BOGISLAWIV Duke of Pomerania zu Wolgast. "Boguzlaus…dux Slauorum"confirmed the donation to Kloster Oliva made by "pater noster dominusBarnim dux Slauorum pie recordationis" by charter dated 30 Dec 1278. "Bugislaus…dux Stetinensis" confirmed a donationto Kloster Bukow, with the consent of "fra...

    WARTISLAW,son of SWANTIBOR & his wife --- (-1196). Castellan of Stettin 1173. "Boguzlauus…DuxPomeranorum" donated property to Kloster Stolp, on the intervention of"cognato nostro Wartizlauo", for the soul of "Ratiborifilii nostri qui ibidem sepultus est", by charter dated to 1183,signed by "Suantoboiz Wartizlauus…". Regent 1187/1189. "Werezlaus vicedominus terre et filius eius Kazimer…"witnessed the charter dated 1187 issued by Sigfrid Bishop of Pomerania and"ducissa beate memorie Boguzlai ducis relicta vidua et duo filiiamborum et Wartzelaus vicedominus terre". "Anastasia…mariti viduata consortio…cum filio ipsius etmeo Boguzlavo" confirmed a donation to Kloster Grobe by charter dated18 Mar 1188, witnessed by "Wartizlauus Szvantiboris, Odolanus filiusKazimari…". The AnnalesColbazienses record the deathin 1196 of "Wartizlaus filius Svantobori". m---. The name of Wartislaw´s wife is not known. Wartislaw & his wife had fourchildren: 1.BARTHOLOMÄUS(-1219 after 9 Nov). "Buguzlaus etfrate...

    A. FÜRSTEN von RÜGEN[1193]-1325

    KRUKO, son of --- (-[1105]). m---. The name of Kruko´s wife is not known. Kruko & his wife had one child: 1.RATZE(-[1141]). The primary source which confirms his parentage has notyet been identified. m---. The nameof Ratze´s wife is not known. Ratze & his wife had two children: a)TEZLAW(-after 1168). The primary source which confirms his parentage hasnot yet been identified. rex 1164, princeps 1168. b)JAROMAR[I] (-[1217/4 Aug 1218]). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet...


    JOHANNvon Gristow, son of [DOBIZLAW Herr von Gristow & his wife ---](-[1289/90]). The primary source whichconfirms his parentage has not yet been identified, but from a chronologicalpoint of view it appears likely that he was the son of Dobizlaw. Herr von Gristow. "Johannes de Gristowe" annexed "ville…Jesere"by charter dated 1276. "Witslaus…princeps Ruyianorum" granted privileges to the cityof Tribuses by charter dated 1285, witnessed by "heredes nostriWizlaus, Jaromarus, Sambur, Swanthepolk,...

    As outlined in the Introduction, EasternPomerania, centred around the city of Gdansk, more easily accepted Piastdomination than western Pomerania. The area enjoyed a brief period of autonomyas the duchy of Pomorze [Pommerellen] under its own princes during the 13thcentury. The name by which the territory was known at the time is unclear. Allthe charters which are quoted in this chapter refer to the dukes ofPommerellen/Pomorze as "dux Pomeranorum" (or variants) or"princeps in Dansk", while the dukes of Pomerania are mostlyreferred to in the same documents as "dux Slavorum". The lastindependent prince, Mszczuj II, bequeathed his duchy to one of the Polishprinces of the Piast dynasty. This was challenged by the Markgrafen ofBrandenburg, who were granted Pomorze as a fief in 1306 by Václav II [Wenzel] King of Bohemia who also claimed the Polish throne. The Poles repelled theAskanian invasion of Gdansk in 1308 with the help of the Teutonic Knights, butthe latter refused to leave the area...

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