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      • She was daughter of King Casimir III of Poland (1309–1370), who was succeeded, not by Anna nor any of Casimir's own descendants, but by Casimir's nephew, King Louis I of Hungary. Anna's mother was Casimir's fourth wife Hedwig of Sagan (d. 1390). Anna's elder half-sisters were already dead though one of them had left children.
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  1. Talk:Hedwig of Sagan - Wikipedia

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    A fact from Hedwig of Sagan appeared on Wikipedia's Main Page in the Did you know? column on 25 August 2009 (check views). A record of the entry may be seen at Wikipedia:Recent additions/2009/August .

  2. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Hedwig - New Advent

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    Hedwig was educated at the monastery of Kitzingen, and, according to an old biography, at the age of twelve (1186), was married to Henry I of Silesia (b. 1168), who in 1202 succeeded his father Boleslaw as Duke of Silesia.

  3. St. Hedwig - CatholiCity

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    Hedwig was educated at the monastery of Kitzingen, and, according to an old biography, at the age of twelve (1186), was married to Henry I of Silesia (b. 1168), who in 1202 succeeded his father Boleslaw as Duke of Silesia.

  4. Hedwig, Saint | Catholic Answers

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    Hedwig was educated at the monastery of Kitzingen, and, according to an old biography, at the age of twelve (1186), was married to Henry I of Silesia (b. 1168), who in 1202 succeeded his father Boleslaw as Duke of Silesia.

  5. St. Hedwig - Encyclopedia Volume - Catholic Encyclopedia ...

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    Hedwig was educated at the monastery of Kitzingen, and, according to an old biography, at the age of twelve (1186), was married to Henry I of Silesia (b. 1168), who in 1202 succeeded his father Boleslaw as Duke of Silesia.

  6. Catholic Encyclopedia – Saint Hedwig - CatholicSaints.Info

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    May 11, 2016 · Hedwig was educated at the monastery of Kitzingen, and, according to an old biography, at the age of twelve (1186), was married to Henry I of Silesia (b. 1168), who in 1202 succeeded his father Boleslaw as Duke of Silesia.

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    Hedwig of Sagan (c. 1350 – 27 Mar 1390) Mistress of: Casimir III the Great. Tenure: 1709 – c. 1730. Royal Bastards: Three (Legitimized). Fall From Power: None; she married him (Bigamously). Hedwig of Sagan (Jadwiga żagańska) became the fourth wife of Casmir III around 1365 as a desperate attempt to have a male heir.

  8. Hedwig was educated at the monastery of Kitzingen, and, according to an old biography, at the age of twelve (1186), was married to Henry I of Silesia (b. 1168), who in 1202 succeeded his father Boleslaw as Duke of Silesia.

  9. Hedwig, Saint - The Catholic Encyclopedia - ReligionFacts

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    Nov 12, 2015 · Hedwig was educated at the monastery of Kitzingen, and, according to an old biography, at the age of twelve (1186), was married to Henry I of Silesia (b. 1168), who in 1202 succeeded his father Boleslaw as Duke of Silesia.

  10. List of nicknames of European royalty and nobility: H - Wikipedia

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    Henry II, Duke of Silesia-Sagan (1292–1342) Wierny, le Fidele Henry II, Landgrave of Hesse, 1328–1377 the Iron Henry II, Prince of Anhalt-Aschersleben, 1252–1266 the Fat