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  1. Jadwiga of Poland - Wikipedia

    The newborn princess was named Elizabeth Bonifacia (Polish: Elżbieta Bonifacja, Lithuanian: Elżbieta Bonifacija), after Jadwiga's mother and Pope Boniface IX who, in a letter of 5 May 1399, had agreed to be godfather under the condition that the infant be called Boniface or Bonifacia.

    • 16 October 1384 – 17 July 1399
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  2. Talk:Jadwiga of Poland - Wikipedia

    Elizabeth Bonifacia was not immaculately conceived by Jadwiga of Poland but born to Jadwiga of Poland and Jogaila of Lithuania. The Lithuanian form of the child's name is obviously just as important if not more; the father was simply Lithuanian, and the mother a Hungarian-born, Austrian-raised, Latin-speaking Polish queen from a French dynasty.

  3. Category:Jagiellonian dynasty - Wikimedia Commons

    Sep 14, 2020 · Elizabeth Bonifacia of Poland‎ (1 F) Elizabeth Jagiellon (1482-1517)‎ ... National Museum in Poznan - Commemorative medals 01.JPG 3,264 × 2,448; 3.7 MB.

    • 1572 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
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  4. St Jadwiga’s feast day and footprint | Squeaking Cat

    Jul 17, 2019 · She gave birth to Elizabeth Bonifacia who died 3 weeks old on the 13th of July 1399. A few days later Jadwiga died on 17th July 1399 (aged 25) in Kraków. Jadwiga and her daughter were buried together in Wawel Cathedral on the 24th of August 1399. Jadwiga was venerated in Poland soon after her death and legends grew about the miracles she ...


    She died after giving birth to her daughter Elizabeth Bonifacia, who also died in 1399. Marta Męclewska: Former Curator of the Numismatic Cabinet of the Royal Castle in Warsaw OBVERSE: In the central part of the coin – inscription: LUDOVICI FILIA/TERTIOGENITA/CORONATA IN REGINAM/POLONIAE A.D. 1384.

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    Queen Jadwiga d’Anjou died on July 17 th, 1399, several weeks after she gave birth to her daughter, Elizabeth Bonifacia (June 22 nd), probably due to labour-related complications (puerperal fever). She was buried on July 19 th together with the child, who had died several days earlier, in the chancel of the Wawel cathedral, to the north of ...

  7. Wladyslaw II Jagiellon (c1362-1434)/descendants | Familypedia ...

    Four or more generations of descendants of Wladyslaw II Jagiellon (c1362-1434) if they are properly linked: 1. Wladyslaw II Jagiellon (c1362-1434) 2. Elizabeth Bonifacia of Poland (1399-1399) 2. Jadwiga of Poland (1408–1431) 2. Władysław III of Poland (1424-1444) 2. Casimir of Poland (1426-1427) 2. Casimir IV of Poland (1427-1492) 3. Wladyslaw II Jagiellon (1456-1516) 4. Anna of Bohemia ...

  8. Jadwiga of Poland -

    For the 13th-century duchess and saint canonized in 1267, see Hedwig of Silesia. Jadwiga Depiction of Jadwiga based on historical sources a...

  9. The fifth coin of the series commemorates Louis I from the French Angevin dynasty (d’Anjou), son of Charles Robert and Elizabeth of Poland. Louis was King of Hungary from 1342, and in 1370 – under previously made arrangements regarding the succession of the Angevins to the Polish throne in the event there were no male descendants of Casimir the Great – he became King of Poland.

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    The late 14th-century stone pulpit in the church features Urith holding a martyr’s palm and the foundation stone of the church. A present-day statue was placed in a niche high up on the exterior of the church tower and has her holding a scythe along with her chopped off head.

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