Maria of Bytom, was a Queen of Hungary by marriage to Charles I of Hungary. She was the third child and only daughter of Duke Casimir of Bytom by his wife Helena, whose origins are unknown, although the later historiography tends to recognize her as a daughter of Lev I of Galicia, from the Rurikid dynasty. Maria was the first or second wife of Charles I Robert of Anjou, King of Hungary. This union was childless, but older literature claimed that they had two daughters. Little is known about the
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Bytom is one of the oldest cities of Upper Silesia, originally recorded as Bitom in 1136, when it was part of the Medieval Kingdom of Poland.Archaeological discoveries have shown that there was a fortified settlement (a gród) here, probably founded by the Polish King Bolesław I the Brave in the early 11th century.
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Maria of Bytom (3,205 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Maria of Bytom (Polish: Maria bytomska; before 1295 – Temesvár (Timișoara), Kingdom of Hungary, 15 December 1317), was a Queen of Hungary by marriage
Bytom public blockchain has announced the launch of the 2019 Bytom Dev Competition that will see teams of blockchain developers from around the globe compete for the first-place prize of $30,000 out of a total prize pool worth $100,000.
Maria Kubitza (born Wabnitz), 1864 - 1944 Maria Kubitza (born Wabnitz) 1864 1944 Maria Kubitza (born Wabnitz) was born on month day 1864, to Johann Wabnitz and Marie Wabnitz (born Kilian) . Johann was born on December 22 1836.
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Maria Sojka (born Kapała), 1899 - 1948 Maria Sojka (born Kapała) 1899 1948 Maria Sojka (born Kapała) was born on month day 1899, to Marcin Kapała and Joanna Kapała (born Latocha - Stich) . Joanna was born in 1872.
Małgorzata Kaganiec, Tajemnice bytomskich kamienic, Bytom 1997 ISBN 83-90-80-18-0-9 Bytomskie zabytki , ed. Jan Drabina , Bytom 2001 ISBN 83-908018-4-1 Zdzisław Jedynak , Władysława Ślęzak , Kościoł Najświętszej Marii Panny w Bytomiu.