- Bogislaw X of Pomerania, the Great, (3 June 1454 – 5 October 1523) was Duke of Pomerania from 1474 until his death in 1523.
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Following the death of Bogislaw XIV, Duke of Pomerania without issue in 1637, control was disputed between Sweden and Brandenburg-Prussia - which had previously held reversion to the Duchy. The Peace of Westphalia in 1648 enforced a partition into a Hither or Western and a Further or Eastern Pomerania.
Bogislaw X. Bogislaw X, "the Great", was Duke of Pomerania from 1474 until his death in 1523. Before Bogislaw's reign, the Duchy of Pomerania had for a long time been divided into several splinter duchies, ruled by relatives of the Griffin house.
1477 -- On September 21, Pomeranian Duke Bogislaw X, weds Margarete of Brandenburg, daughter of Elector Frederick II 1478 -- After the death of his uncle, Duke Wartislaw X, Duke Bogislaw X, assumes rule over entire Pomerania. 1486 -- In a contract, Duke Bogislaw X, brings the Cammin Bishop Benedict of Waldheim under his total dependency.
1478 -- After the death of his uncle, Duke Wartislaw X, Duke Bogislaw X, assumes rule over entire Pomerania. 1486 -- In a contract, Duke Bogislaw X, brings the Cammin Bishop Benedict of Waldheim under his total dependency. 1487 -- Stettin becomes permanent ducal residence. 1493 -- At the Pyritz Agreement, Duke Bogislaw X, succeeds with lifting of lienship and swearing of allegiance to Brandenburg, but not the eventuality inheritance sequence.
Bogislaw II. Greifen von Pommern, Duke of Pomerania-Stettin, was born circa1177 to Bogislaw I. von Pommern (c1130-1187) and Anastasia of Poland (c1164-aft1240) and died 23 January 1220 of unspecified causes. He married Mirosława von Pommerellen (c1181-1240) . Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are fromRussia, Ukraine, France, Belarus, the ...
Pommern-Barth absorbs Pommern-Woolgast, meaning all of West Pomerania now falls under the control of Bogislaw XIV. Unfortunately, despite his best attempts, Bogislaw is unable to avoid becoming involved in the Thirty Years' War , and Pomerania is occupied by Imperial and Swedish troops who oppose one another.
In 1478 it became part (and capital) of the reunited Duchy of Pomerania under duke Bogislaw X, and in 1532 it again became the capital of a splinter eponymous duchy.  In the 13th and 14th centuries the town became the main Pomeranian centre of trade in grains , salt and herrings , receiving various trading privileges from their dukes (known as emporium rights).
Erich II. Greifen von Pommern-Wolgast, Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast, was born circa1425 to Wartislaw IX. von Pommern (c1400-1457) and Sophie von Sachsen-Lauenburg (c1395-1462) and died 5 July 1474 inWolgast of unspecified causes. He married Sophia von Pommern (c1435-1497) 1451 JL . Notable ancestors includeHenry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814 ...