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  1. Jadwiga of Poland - Wikipedia

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    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. Wawel Cathedral - Wikipedia

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    The Royal Archcathedral Basilica of Saints Stanislaus and Wenceslaus on the Wawel Hill (Polish: Królewska Bazylika Archikatedralna śś. Stanisława i Wacława na Wawelu), also known as the Wawel Cathedral (Polish: Katedra Wawelska), is a Roman Catholic church and Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Kraków, located on Wawel Hill in Kraków, Poland.

    • Royal Arch-cathedral Basilica
    • Roman Catholic
  3. St Jadwiga | Squeaking Cat

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    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 ...

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    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 ...

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    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 ...

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    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 ...

  7. 1932 Poland 10 Zlotych BIG Silver Coin ASW 0.5305 ozs. Queen ...

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    1932 Poland 10 Zlotych BIG Silver Coin ASW 0.5305 ozs. Queen Jadwiga . Shipped with USPS First Class Package.* SPECIFICATIONS:Composition: SilverFineness: 0 ...

  8. POLAND: A CATCH-UP OF 2014 EAST EUROPEAN RELEASES, PART 03 ...

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    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.

  9. June 22 - Wikipedia

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    1373 – Elizabeth Bonifacia, heiress of Poland (d. 1399) 1427 – Lucrezia Tornabuoni, Italian writer and wife of Piero di Cosimo de' Medici (d. 1482) 1450 – Eleanor of Naples, duchess of Ferrara (d. 1493) 1477 – Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset, English nobleman (d. 1530)

  10. Folklore | Squeaking Cat

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    19th November is the feast day in the Church of England calendar for St Hilda (AD 614–680). In 657 AD, Hilda came to Whitby, North Yorkshire to administer the abbey.

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