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  1. Jadwiga of Kalisz - Wikipedia

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    Jadwiga of Kalisz (Polish: Jadwiga Bolesławówna; 1266 – 10 December 1339) was a Queen of Poland by marriage to Władysław I the Elbow-high.She was the mother of the last Piast King of Poland, Casimir III.

  2. Jadwiga of Poland - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Jadwiga Andegaweńska' (1374-1399) became the King of Poland on 16 October 1384 at the age of eleven. She was crowned as a king, not queen. Her royal title was: Hedvigis Dei Gracia Rex Poloniae, necnon terrarum Cracoviae, Sandomiriae, Syradiae, Lanciciae, Cuyaviae, Pomeraniaeque domina et heres, (Jadwiga the grace of God, the Polish king, and heir to the land in Kraków, Sandomierz, Sieradz ...

  3. St. Jadwiga, Queen of Poland - In Your Pocket

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    Queen Jadwiga's footprint at the 'Church on the Sand' St. Jadwiga The most influential woman in Polish history, bar none, Queen Jadwiga of Poland reigned as the country’s first female monarch (formally holding the title of 'King') between 1384 and 1399.

  4. St Jadwiga, the only female king of Poland - Polish Culture

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    Saint Hedwig, called also Jadwiga of Anjou or Jadwiga of Poland, was born around the end of 1373 or beginning of 1374. Brought up in Hungary, as a younger daughter of King Louis I of Hungary and Elisabeth of Bosnia, she was related to ancient native Polish dynasty of Piasts on both, paternal and maternal side.

  5. Jadwiga of Poland Facts for Kids | KidzSearch.com

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    Jadwiga Andegaweńska' (1374-1399) became the King of Poland on 16 October 1384 at the age of eleven. She was crowned as a king, not queen. Her royal title was: Hedvigis Dei Gracia Rex Poloniae, necnon terrarum Cracoviae, Sandomiriae, Syradiae, Lanciciae, Cuyaviae, Pomeraniaeque domina et heres, (Jadwiga the grace of God, the Polish king, and heir to the land in Kraków, Sandomierz, Sieradz ...

  6. Courtly Lives - St. Jadwiga of Anjou, Queen of Poland

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    The Family of Jadwiga, Queen of Poland. GENERATION ONE: Jadwiga of Anjou was born February 18, 1373 and died July 17, 1399. She was Queen of Poland from 1384-1399, and she wed Wladyslaw II Jagiello (1348/51 - Jan. 1, 1434), Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland (1386-1434), on February 17, 1396. GENERATION TWO:

  7. Jadwiga of Poland on Polish throne - Epodreczniki.pl

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    Jadwiga came from the Hungarian Arpad dynasty. In 1384, Jadwiga was crowned King of Poland. Władysław II Jagiełło to become Jadwiga's husband had to convert to Catholicism together with the whole of Lithuania. Jadwiga was the first ruler of the Anjou dynasty on the Polish throne.

  8. So Young a Queen Jadwiga of Poland: Lois Mills: 9781932350739 ...

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    So Young a Queen is part of the 'Portraits in Faith and Freedom' series from Bethlehem Books> Hungarian Princess Jadwiga has been prepared to put the peace and prosperity of her country above all else.

  9. Miracles of Saint Jadwiga - Polish Culture

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    The King of Poland caused him regain the life by covering the boy’s body with a mantle. However, the most popular legend telling about miracles of St Jadwiga is the one of ‘Jadwiga’s foot’. It is closely connected with building of Carmelite’s shrine in Krakow, that was founded by the Queen.

  10. Jadwiga - Wikipedia

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    Jadwiga (Polish pronunciation: ; diminutive Jadzia) is a Polish feminine given name. It originated from the old German Hedwig (compounded from hadu , "battle", and wig , "fight"). Jadwiga (wife of Władysław Odonic) (died 1249), Duchess consort of Greater Poland

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