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  1. List of state leaders in the 13th-century Holy Roman Empire ...

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    Bogislaw II, Duke of Pomerania-Stettin (1187–1220) Miroslava of Pomerelia, Regent (1220–1226) Barnim I the Good, Duke of Pomerania-Stettin (1220–1264), of Pomerania (1264–1278) Bogislaw IV, co-Duke of Pomerania (1278–c.1295) Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast (c.1295–1309) Matilda of Brandenburg, Regent of Pomerania (1278–1294)

  2. History of Szczecin - Wikipedia

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    Duke Barnim of Pomerania granted a local government charter to a local community in 1237, separating the Germans from the Slavic majority community settled around the St. Nicholas Church (in the neighborhoods of Chyzin, Uber-Wiken, and Unter-Wiken). Barnim granted the city Magdeburg rights in 1243.

  3. Regents of Pomerania - Tacitus.nu

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    Barnim XII (P-Rügenwalde) Philipp III Julius United with P-Barth: 1187-1219 1219-1227 1219-1264 1264: Kasimir II Barnim Wartislaw III United with P-Wolgast: Pommern-Stettin : 1295-1345 1345-1368 1368-1371 1371-1403 1371-1413 1413-1427 1413-1435 1435-1451 1451-1464 1464: Otto I Barnim III Kasimir IV Bogislaw VII Swantibor I Otto II Kasimir VI ...

  4. Pomeranian Genealogy -- History of Pomerania

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    1569 -- Pomeranian Duke Barnim IX resigns from his office and transfers his duchy to his nephew, Duke John Frederick. 1572 -- The Stettin trading house of the Loitz's goes bankrupt. 1573-1618 -- Life-span of Duke Phillip II, the throne's greatest promoter of arts and science.

  5. Kingdoms of Eastern Europe - Pomerania / Pommern

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    Barnim absorbs Pommern-Demmin on the death of his cousin, Wartislaw III, reunifying the whole of Pomerania for a short time. 1278 - 1295: Barnim II: Son of Barnim I. 1295: Pommern-Woolgast is partitioned, with Pommern-Stargard being created out of it for the youngest son of Barnim I, Otto. 1295 - 1309: Bogislaw IV: Brother. 1308

  6. Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Pomerania

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    Then in 1269 duke Barnim promised in his testimony the city of Danzig and other parts of Eastern Pomerania to his father-in-law, the margrave of Brandenburg. Barnim however had no right to do it, since Eastern Pomerania was ruled by the Mscislaw[?] dukes of Swiecie family, who decided that after his death Pomerania should return to Poland.

  7. Quinn Bradlee's Ancestors: May 2011

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    Quinn Bradlee's Ancestors ... Wartislaw IV, Duke of Pomerania Barnim I, Duke of Pomerania ... com and "600 Immigrants to the Colonies or the United States of America ...

  8. Pomeranian Evangelical Church - Wikipedia

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    History. At the time of the Reformation Pomerania within the Holy Roman Empire (Duchy of Pomerania) consisted of three separate states, the two branch duchies of Pomerania-Stettin (capital: Stettin, renamed as Szczecin as of 1945) and Pomerania-Wolgast (capital: Wolgast) as well as of the secular principality (capital: Kolberg, renamed as Kołobrzeg as of 1945) ruled by the Prince-Bishops of ...

  9. Wolgast - Find link

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    Barnim IV, Duke of Pomerania (116 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article August 1365) was a Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Rügen. He was the second son of Duke Wartislaw IV of Pomerania-Wolgast and the brother of Bogislaw V and Wartislaw

  10. king Gediminas of Lithuania (c.1255 - c.1341) - Genealogy

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    Gediminas (c.1275 – December 1341), was Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1315 or 1316[1][2] until his death. He is credited with founding this political entity and expanding its territory which, at the time of his death, spanned the area ranging from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea.[3][4] Also seen as one of the most significant individuals in early Lithuanian history, he was responsible for ...

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