Henry IV or Henry III (Polish: Henryk III Probus or Prawy; German: Heinrich III. der Gerechte) (13 February 1231 – 23 June 1290), was known as Henry Probus (Latin for the Righteous) or the Honorable King, was a Polish prince member of the Silesian branch of the royal Polish Piast dynasty. He was Duke of Silesia at Wrocław from 1266, Duke of Poland from 1257 and from also the fourth King of ...
- Henry III the White
- Henry III the White
- Judith of Masovia
- 28 January 1267 – 23 June 1290
1266 – Henry III the White, Duke of Wroclaw; 1309 – Henry III, Duke of Głogów (b. 1251/60) 1322 – Maud Chaworth, Countess of Leicester (b. 1282) 1532 – Louis II, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken (b. 1502) 1533 – Vasili III of Russia (b. 1479) 1542 – Jean Tixier de Ravisi, French scholar and academic (b. 1470)
Brother of Henry III the White. He gained Legnica in the partition of 1248. Conrad I: 80px: 1228/31: 1251-1274: 6 August 1274: Głogów: Salome of Greater Poland 1249 six children Sophie of Landsberg 1271 no children: First duke of Głogów. Brother of Henry III the White and Boleslaw II the Bald. Henry IV Probus: 1257/1258: 266–1290: 23 June 1290: Wrocław: Constance of Opole
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John was the third son of Casimir IV Jagiellon, King of Poland, and Elisabeth Habsburg of Hungary, daughter of the King Albert of Hungary. As crown prince, he distinguished himself by his brilliant victory over the Tatars at Kopersztyn (1487). In 1490, the Hungarian nobility proclaimed John King of Hungary at the Rákos diet. He was, however, defeated by his brother, King Vladislaus II of Hungary. In 1492, John succeeded his father as King of Poland thanks to the key intervention of his brother Friedrich Jagiellon, archbishop of Kraków and archbishop of Gniezno. Friedrich achieved the coronation of John, however, losses of revenue due to the secession of Lithuania placed John at the mercy of the Polish sejmiks, or local diets, where the szlachta, or local nobles, made their subsidies dependent on the king's subservience.
Script errorJohn desired to pose as the champion of Christendom against the Ottoman Turks. Circumstances seemed, moreover, to favor him. In his brother Ladislaus, who as King of Hungary and Bohemia possessed a dominant influence in central Europe, he found a counterpoise to the machinations of Emperor Maximilian I, who in 1492 had concluded an alliance against him with Ivan III of Muscovy. As suzerain of Moldavia, John was favorably situated for attacking the Turks. At the conference of Leutschau (1494), the details of the expedition were arranged between the kings of Poland and Hungary and Elector John Cicero of Brandenburg, with the co-operation of Stephen III of Moldavia, hospodarof Moldavia, who had appealed to John for assistance. In the course of 1496 John collected an army of 80,000 men in Poland with great difficulty, but the crusade was deflected from its course by the sudden invasion of Galicia by the hospodar, who apparently — for the whole subject is sti...
When the new Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights, Friedrich Wettin von Sachsen, refused to render homage to the Polish crown, John compelled him to do so. His intention to still further humiliate the Teutonic Order was stymied by his sudden death in 1501.History of Poland (1385–1569)Piotrków Statutes
- 27 December 1459(1459-12-27) Kraków, Poland
- Wawel Cathedral, Kraków
- Casimir IV of Poland
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