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  1. Bolesław II the Horned - Wikipedia

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    Bolesław II the Horned (Polish: Bolesław II Rogatka), known also as Bolesław II the Bald, (Polish: Bolesław II Łysy) (c. 1220/5 – 26/31 December 1278), a member of the Silesian Piasts, was High Duke of Poland briefly in 1241 and Duke of Silesia at Wrocław from 1241 until 1248, when the duchy was divided between him and his brothers.

  2. Bolesław the Pious - Wikipedia

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    Both Konrad II and his younger brother Bolesław II were minors at that time; for this reason, Bolesław became regent of their domains (Duchies of Masovia, Płock and Czersk) for the next two years, until 1264, when Konrad II obtain his freedom and return to Masovia. In 1268 Bolesław interfered again in the Kuyavian affairs.

  3. Boleslaw Mazovia - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Bolesław II of Masovia was born in 1251, to Siemowit I of Masovia. Bolesław married Kunigunde of Bohemia . They had 3 sons: Trojden I Duke of Masovia , Siemowit II of Masovia and Wenceslaus of Płock .

  4. Bolesław II Rogatka Liegnitz, Duke (c.1220 - 1278) - Genealogy

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    Apr 25, 2017 · Bolesław II the Bald known also as the Horned (Polish: Bolesław II Łysy or Rogatka; b. ca. 1220/5 - d. 26/31 December 1278), was a Duke of Krakow briefly in 1241, of Southern Greater Poland during 1241 - 1247, and Duke of all Silesia-Wroclaw since 1241 until 1248, when was divided between him and his brothers.

  5. Duke of Masovia : definition of Duke of Masovia and synonyms ...

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    The Dukes of Masovia were a line of the Piast dynasty who ruled in Masovia.The following is a list of all rulers of the Duchy of Masovia and its parts. Although not all incumbents listed here had titular rights to the title of Duke of Masovia, they are all listed as such for simplicity's sake.

  6. Władysław II the Exile - Wikipedia

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    At the beginning of 1146 Władysław decided to make the final attack on his rivaling half-brothers. Initially, it seemed that victory of the High Duke was only a matter of time, since he managed to take Masovia without obstacles and forced Duke Bolesław IV the Curly to withdraw to the defense of his brother Mieszko III at Poznań in Greater ...

  7. Boleslaw (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Bolesław I of Masovia (1208–1248), Duke of Sandomierz, Sieradz (1233–1234), and Masovia (1229–1248) Bolesław II of Masovia, Duke of Masovia (c. 1250 – 1313) Bolesław the Elder ( 1293–1365), Duke of Wielun, Niemodlin, who often goes by the name Bolko; Bolesław Jerzy of Mazovia, Duke of Masovia and Galicia-Volhynia (died 1340 ...

  8. boleslaw ii of silesia : définition de boleslaw ii of silesia ...

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    Bolesław II the Bald known also as the Horned (Polish: Bolesław II Łysy or Rogatka; b. ca. 1220/5 - d. 26/31 December 1278), was a Duke of Krakow briefly in 1241, of Southern Greater Poland during 1241 - 1247, and Duke of all Silesia-Wroclaw from 1241 until 1248, when it was divided between him and his brothers.

  9. leszek duke of masovia : definition of leszek duke of masovia ...

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    Leszek of Masovia (Polish: Leszek Bolesławowic) (ca. 1162–1186) was the second Duke of Masovia and Kuyavia from 1173 until his death.. He was the second but only surviving son of Bolesław IV the Curly, High Duke of Poland by his first wife Viacheslava, daughter of St. Vsevolod, Prince of Novgorod and Pskov.

  10. Casimir II the Just - Wikipedia

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    Casimir II the Just (Polish: Kazimierz II Sprawiedliwy; 1138 – 5 May 1194) was a Lesser Polish Duke of Wiślica from 1166–1173, and of Sandomierz after 1173. He became ruler over the Polish Seniorate Province at Kraków and thereby High Duke of Poland in 1177; a position he held until his death, though interrupted once by his elder brother and predecessor Mieszko III the Old.

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