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 ...
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King Gustavus III, and his brother, the Duke Charles of Söderman-land (later Charles XIII) were present, and the latter presided at the lodge. Many brethren from the southern part of Sweden, Stockholm, from Pomerania, Greifswald, and Stralsund, were present; the names of the officers that assisted at the meeting are also given.