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  1. SILESIA - FMG

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    m secondly (1369) BOLKO III Duke of Münsterberg, son of NIKOLAUS Duke of Münsterberg [Piast] & his wife Agnes von Leuchtenberg ([1344/48]-13 Jun 1410). iii) BOLKA ([1351/55]-[27 Sep 1427/15 Oct 1428]).

  2. Duchy of Oels

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    Duchy of Münsterberg (Ziębice) — Duchies of Silesia in the years 1322 1331. Duchy of Münsterberg (Ziębice) under its first ruler, Bolko II of Ziębice, is marked in purple The Duchy of Münsterberg (Ziębice) (Polish: Księstwo Ziębickie, Czech: Minstrberské knížectví, German: H … Wikipedia

  3. Euphemia - Find link

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    co-ruler. He was the second son of Duke Bolko III of Münsterberg by his wife Euphemia, daughter of Duke Bolesław of Bytom. The death of his older brother Nicholas Effie Ellsler (1,080 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article

  4. He was the second son of Duke Bolko III of Münsterberg by his wife Euphemia, daughter of Duke Bolesław of Bytom.. Life. The death of his older brother Nicholas (on 9 November 1405) made him his father's heir.

  5. Anna (given name) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Karl I. Albrecht von Münsterberg-Öls (1476-1536) Anna of Płock (1324-1363) ... Bolko III of Opole (c1337-1382) ... Michigan, United States: Charles P Shaffer (1850 ...

  6. 1420 - Find link

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    1428) was a Duke of Münsterberg (Ziębice) from 1410 until his death; until 1420 with his brother as co-ruler. He was the second son of Duke Bolko III of He was the second son of Duke Bolko III of N'Diklam Sare (34 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article

  7. POLAND - FMG

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    He expelled his half-brother, Władysław II, from Poland. In 1146, Konrad III King of Germany (whose half-sister was Władysław's wife) unsuccessfully tried to reinstate him [237]. Prince of Krakow 1146. He left Germany in May 1147 with Konrad III King of Germany on the Second Crusade [238].

  8. Full text of "Goethe-Jahrbuch" - Internet Archive

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  9. Full text of "The musical guide" - Internet Archive

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  10. Silesia - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Built around 1728-1735, it is a notable baroque church in Silesia, with the art of Ferdinand Brokoff (sculptor) and Michael Willmann (painter). It is also one of the shrines to the Virgin Mary, with a 13th old painting. In one of the chapels there is a mausoleum to Silesian Piasts: Bolko I the Strict and Bolko II the Small.