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  1. Bolko II of Ziębice - Wikipedia

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    Bolko II of Ziębice (Polish: Bolko II Ziębicki) (1 February 1300 – 11 June 1341) was a Duke of Jawor-Lwówek-Świdnica-Ziębice in Poland from 1301 to 1312 (with his brothers as co-rulers), of Świdnica-Ziębice from 1312 to 1322 (with his brother as co-ruler), and sole Duke of Ziębice from 1322 until his death.

    • 1 February 1300
    • Henryków, Poland
    • 1301 – 11 June 1341
    • 11 June 1341 (aged 41), Ziębice, Poland
  2. Bolko III of Münsterberg - Wikipedia

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    Bolko III of Münsterberg (c. 1348 – 13 June 1410) was a Duke of Münsterberg (Ziębice) from 1358 until his death, and ruler over Gleiwitz (Gliwice) during 1369–1373. He was the eldest son of Nicholas the Small , Duke of Münsterberg, by his wife Agnes, daughter of Herman Krušina of Lichtenberg.

    • c. 1348
    • Euphemia of Bytom
  3. Bolko II the Small - Wikipedia

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    Bolko II of Ziębice's homage to the Kingdom of Bohemia. In 1336, Bolko II achieved a sought for political goal when his uncle Bolko II of Ziębice put himself under King John's rule. This submission was in return for lifelong reign over the Kłodzko region.

  4. Bolko II of Ziębice (1300-1341) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Bolko II of Ziębice (1 Feb 1300–11 Jun 1341), Find a Grave Memorial no. 99640992, citing Henryków Abbey, Wrocław, Miasto Wrocław, Dolnośląskie, Poland ; Maintained by Anonymous (contributor 47918137) .

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  6. bolko ii of ziebice : définition de bolko ii of ziebice et ...

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    Bolko II of Ziębice (Polish: Bolko II Ziębicki; b. 1 February 1300 - d. 11 June 1341), was a Duke of Jawor-Lwówek-Świdnica-Ziębice during 1301-1312 (with his brothers as co-rulers), of Świdnica-Ziębice during 1312-1322 (with his brother as co-ruler), and sole Duke of Ziębice since 1322 until his death.

  7. Bolko I Surowy (1252-1301) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Bolko I died suddenly on 9 November 1301, and was buried in Grüssau Abbey. Bolko I the Strict also known as Bolko I Surowy was a Duke of Lwówek, Duke of S'widnica-Ziebice. He was the second son of Bolesaw II the Bald, Duke of Legnica by his first wife Hedwig, daughter of Henry I, Count of Anhalt.

  8. Ziębice - city defensive walls - Ancient and medieval ...

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    History The town walls of Ziębice (initially, probably until the destruction by the Mongols in 1241 called Sambice, later after the location of around 1250 called Munsterberck) were built at the turn of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. For the first time they were mentioned in 1336, so it is uncertain whether the town … Continue reading "Ziębice – city defensive walls"

  9. bolko iii of munsterberg : définition de bolko iii of ...

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    Bolko III of Münsterberg (b. ca. 1348 - d. 13 June 1410), was a Duke of Münsterberg (Ziębice) since 1358 until his death, and ruler over Gleiwitz (Gliwice) during 1369-1373. He was the eldest son of Nicholas the Small , Duke of Münsterberg, by his wife Agnes, daughter of Herman Cruschina of Lichtenberg.

  10. 107846438 - VIAF

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    Bolko II. Herzog von Schweidnitz (1301–1320); Herzog von Münsterberg (1321–1341) Bolko II. Schlesien-Fürstenberg-Münsterberg, Herzog 1300-1341

  11. History of Kąty Wrocławskie | Urząd Miasta i Gminy Kąty ...

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    In 1379, Bolko II of Ziębice sold the town with the castle to the princes of Oleśnica. In 1420, Konrad IV of Oleśnica, who was the Wrocław bishop from 1417, put it in pledge to the cathedral chapter of Wrocław after obtaining the consent of the princes of Oleśnica and the Czech king.