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  1. Duchy of Głogów - Wikipedia

    1337-1346 Henry I of Jawor; Annexed by Bohemia, one half to Duchy of Żagań (1349), ruled by: 1349-1369: Henry V of Iron, Duke of Głogów and Żagań; 1369-1393: Henry VI the Older, son, jointly with his brothers 1369-1395: Henry VII Rumpold; 1369-1378: Henry VIII the Sparrow; 1395-1397: Henry VIII the Sparrow (alone)

  2. Dukes of Silesia -

    1369–1378 Henry VI the Older, Henry VII Rumpold and Henry VIII the Sparrow (co-rulers) 1378–1395 Henry VII Rumpold (also ruler over Bytom Odrzański) 1395–1397 Henry VIII the Sparrow; 1397–1403 Konrad II the Gray; 1403–1412 Konrad III the Old; 1412–1416 Konrad IV the Older and Konrad V Kantner (co-rulers)

  3. Family Henry V, Duke of Sagan b. c 1319, d. 13 Apr 1369 Children Henry VII Rumpold, Duke of Glogau2 d. 24 Dec 1395 Henry VI, Duke of Sagan2 b. b 1345, d. 5 Dec 1393 Hedwig of Glogau+ b. b 1350, d. 27 Mar 1390 Anna von Sagan+ b. b 1350, d. bt 14 Jul 1405 - 1 Sep 1405 Heinrich VIII, Duke of Sagan and Glogau+ b. c 1360, d. 14 Mar 1397 Citations ...

  4. Duke of Silesia - Wikipedia

    The Duke of Silesia was the sons and descendants of the Polish Duke Bolesław III Wrymouth.In accordance with the last will and testament of Bolesław, upon his death his lands were divided into four or five hereditary provinces distributed among his sons, and a royal province of Kraków reserved for the eldest, who was to be High Duke of all Poland.

  5. Duchy of Żagań - Wikipedia

    When Konrad II died in 1304 all former Głogów estates were re-unified under his surviving brother Henry III. In 1309 Henry III of Głogów was followed by his eldest son Henry IV the Faithful, who in 1321 again had to divide the duchy among him and his younger brothers.

    • Middle Ages, Early modern period
  6. Silesian Piasts - Wikipedia

    Early history. The history of the Silesian Piasts began with the feudal fragmentation of Poland in 1138 following the death of the Polish duke Bolesław III Wrymouth. While the Silesian province and the Kraków seniorate were assigned to Władysław II the Exile, his three younger half–brothers Bolesław IV the Curly, Mieszko III the Old, and Henry of Sandomierz received Masovia, Greater ...

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    Henry III the White; Henry III, Duke of Głogów; Henry IV the Faithful; Henry V of Iron; Henry VI the Good; Henry VI the Older; Henry VII of Brzeg; Henry VII Rumpold; Henry VIII the Sparrow; Henry IX of Lubin; Henryk IX Starszy; Henry X of Haynau; Henry X Rumpold; Henry XI of Głogów; Henry I (archbishop of Mainz) Henry III, Duke of Brunswick ...


    Apr 18, 2016 · Her brothers were Henry VI the Older, Henry VII Rumpold, Henry VIII the Sparrow, and her only sister was Anna, wife of Jan I of Racibórz.. Barnim IV of Pomerania (1325 – 22 August 1365) was a Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Rügen.


    Henry V (III) of Iron (Polish: Henryk V Żelazny; c. 1319 – after 8 April 1369), was a Duke of Żagań since 1342, from 1349 Duke of half-Głogów, and from 1363 Duke of half-Ścinawa. He was the only son of Henry IV (II) the Faithful , Duke of Żagań , by his wife Matilda, daughter of Herman, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel .

  10. Piast Hedvig lengyel királyné (1350–1390) – Wikipédia

    Hedvignek III. Kázmértól született lányai I. Lajos magyar és lengyel király elsőfokú unokatestvérei voltak. 1380 -ban a magyar uralkodó hozta tető alá Hedvig legidősebb lányának, Annának az első házasságát I. Vilmos ( 1361 / 62 – 1392 ) cillei gróffal, akitől egy lánya, Anna ( 1380 / 81 –1416) született, aki Cillei ...

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