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  1. Duchy of Masovia - Wikipedia

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    The lands of the Masovians east of the Vistula river had been conquered by the Piast duke Mieszko I of Poland (960–992) and formed a constituent part of his Civitas Schinesghe. The Masovian Diocese of Płock was established in 1075.

  2. Duchy of Masovia : definition of Duchy of Masovia and ...

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    Trojden's son Duke Siemowit III (1341–1381) was able to re-unite most of the Masovian lands under his rule; in 1351 he and his brother Casimir became vassals of the Polish kings, while the Bishopric of Płock had always been part of the Polish Archdiocese of Gniezno. Upon Siemowit's III death in 1381 however, Masovia was again partitioned ...

  3. Kingdoms of Eastern Europe - Mazovia

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    Duke of Czersk & Warsaw. 1323 - 1349: Maria, sister of Andrei, is the heiress of Galicia-Lvov upon her brother's death. Already married to Trojden I of Mazovia, the duchy is drawn closer to the Polish crown and Trojden's son, Boleslaw, becomes its ruler when he is invited to ascend the throne of Halicz. 1341 - 1355

  4. Cymburgis of Masovia (1394-1429) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Nobility. She was born at Warsaw as daughter of Duke Siemovit IV of the Masovians and his wife Alexandra of Lithuania, (who was a sister of Wladyslaw II Jagiello, King of Poland). In 1412 she became the second wife of Duke Ernest the Iron of Austria in Styria, Carinthia and Carniola. She bore him nine children,...

    • 1394, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
    • Stift Lilienfeld, Lilienfeld, Lilienfeld Bezirk, Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), Austria
    • 28 Sep 1429 (aged 34–35), Turnitz, Lilienfeld Bezirk, Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), Austria
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  5. Rulers of Lithuania – The Duchy – Maskoliunas Family Project

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    Remarks: Traidenis (Polish: Trojden, Belarusian: Трайдзень) was the Grand Duke Lithuania from 1270 (or 1269) until 1282. He is the second most prominent, after Mindaugas, Grand Duke of Lithuania in the 13th century.

  6. Duchy of Masovia

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    Trojden I became Duke at Czersk (until 1341) Wenceslaus became Duke at Płock (until 1336), followed by his son Boleslaus III (until 1351) Trojden's son Duke Siemowit III (1341–1381) was able to re-unite most of the Masovian lands under his rule; in 1351 he and his brother Casimir became vassals of the Polish kings, while the Bishopric of ...

  7. Masovia : définition de Masovia et synonymes de Masovia (anglais)

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    Masovia became part of Poland by the reign of Mieszko I in the 10th century, the first historically known Piast duke of the Polans in the 10th century. After the death of Mieszko II in 1034, the local governor Miecław supported an anti-Christian rebellion, which was subsequently subdued by Casimir I, Duke of Poland, in 1047 with help from Ruthenian units.

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