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  1. Judith of Poland - Wikipedia

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    Judith of Poland (Polish: Judyta Bolesławówna, Hungarian: Judit; b. c. 1130/35 – died 8 July 1171/75) was a member of the House of Piast and by marriage margravine of Brandenburg.

  2. Judith Piast Princess of Poland (c.1132 - c.1173) - Genealogy

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    Jan 23, 2019 · Judith of Poland (Polish: Judyta Bolesławówna, Hungarian: Judit lengyel hercegnő, German: Judith von Polen; b. ca. 1130/35 - d. 8 July 1171/75), was a Polish princess member of the House of Piast and by marriage Margravine of Brandenburg. She was the daughter of Bolesław III Wrymouth, Duke of Poland, by his second wife Salomea, daughter of Henry, Count of Berg.

  3. Wierzchoslawa Ludmilla of Greater Poland - Wikipedia

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    Wierzchoslawa Ludmilla of Greater Poland ( Polish: Wierzchoslawa Ludmiła Mieszkówna; b. bef. 1153 – d. bef. 1223), was a Polish princess member of the House of Piast, by marriage Lady of Bitsch and during 1205-1206 Duchess of Lorraine . She was the second daughter and fourth child of Mieszko III the Old, Duke of Greater Poland and since 1173 High Duke of Poland, by his first wife Elisabeth, daughter of King Béla II of Hungary.

  4. Of Greater Poland Genealogy, Of Greater Poland Family History

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    Judith of Greater Poland (1132 - d.) ... the Geni community would be grateful if you helped update this page with information about the Of Greater Poland surname.

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  6. List of Polish monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Poland was ruled at various times either by dukes and princes (the 10th–14th century) or by kings (the 11th–18th centuries). During the latter period, a tradition of free election of monarchs made it a uniquely electable position in Europe (16th–18th centuries).

    • 25 November 1795
    • Mieszko I
  7. Bernhard, Count of Anhalt - Wikipedia

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    and thirdly Judith (b. bef. 1154 – d. aft. 12 December 1201), daughter of Mieszko III the Old, Duke of Greater Poland and High Duke of all Poland. Ancestors [ edit ] Ancestors of Bernhard, Count of Anhalt

  8. Henryk IV Probus - Wikipedia

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    In 1284 he used the betrayal of the Greater Poland noble family of Zaremba (Thomas II's family) as a pretext to capture the town of Kalisz. It soon became clear that the Dukes of Greater Poland never accepted this loss, so after some discussions, Kalisz was exchanged with the town of Ołobok by Duke Przemysł II.

  9. List of Polish monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Poland was ruled at various times either by dukes and princes (the 10th–14th century) or by kings (the 11th–18th centuries). During the latter period, a tradition of free election of monarchs made it a uniquely electable position in Europe (16th–18th centuries).

  10. , Judith | Genealogy of a large and diverse family

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    Judith of Bavaria, ... + Wierzchoslawa Ludmilla of Greater Poland. 3 Cunigunda of Lorraine + Cunigunda of Lorraine. 4 Henry IV, Duke of Limburg + Irmgard of Berg.

  11. Zbigniew of Poland - Wikipedia

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    Zbigniew (also known as Zbygniew; c. 1073 – 8 July 1113?), was a duke of Poland (in Greater Poland, Kuyavia and Masovia) during 1102–1107.He was first-born son of Władysław I Herman and Przecława, possibly a member of the Prawdzic family.