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  1. juli | 2014 | Worldwide guide to women in leadership

    After the death of her husband, Władysław I of Masovia-Plock she reigned in the name of her sons Siemowit VI and Władysław II. Both sons died in 1462. She was daughter of Duke Konrad V Kantner of Oleśnica and Małgorzata and lived (1420/30-before 1491). 1455-73 Princesse-Abbesse Alix de Paroye of Remiremont (France)

  2. Dominus Regni Poloniae, 8 Feb 1296 | Paradox Interactive Forums

    Apr 08, 2012 · Dominus Regni Poloniae, 8 Feb 1296 (Restoration of the independent Polish Kingdom) [TECHNICAL NOTE: There are about 1300 pictures in this AAR on 7 pages, so sorry for the loading times. I recommend that you give the page some time to finish loading and avoid resizing.

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  4. Lithuania - Unionpedia, the concept map

    Lithuania (Lietuva), officially the Republic of Lithuania (Lietuvos Respublika), is a country in the Baltic region of northern-eastern Europe. 10000 relations.

  5. May | 2011 | Driwancybermuseum's Blog | Page 6

    She was daughter of King Yuriy I of Galicia (1252-1301-08) and his second wife, Eufemia of Kujavia (d.1308), and was married to Prince Trojden I of Masovia (d. 1341). Her grandfather, Lev, had been king of Galicia 1269-1301 and he moved his capital from Galich (Halicz) to the newly founded city of Lvov/Lwow (Lemberg).

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