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      • Vitslav III (1265/8–1325), variously called Vislav, Vizlav, Wislaw, Wizlaw and Witslaw in English sources, was the last Slavic ruler of the Danish Principality of Rugia. He is often identified with the author of the Minnesinger Vitslav of the Jenaer Liederhandschrift .
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  1. Vitslav III, Prince of Rügen - Wikipedia

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    Vitslav III (1265/8–1325), variously called Vislav, Vizlav, Wislaw, Wizlaw and Witslaw in English sources, was the last Slavic ruler of the Danish Principality of Rugia. He is often identified with the author of the Minnesinger Vitslav of the Jenaer Liederhandschrift .

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  2. Principality of Rügen - Wikipedia

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    Vitslav III (1303–1325) and Sambor III After Wizlaw II died during a visit to Norway in 1302, his sons, Vitslav III and Sambor III , became joint princes of Rügen. Sambor died, however, in 1304.

  3. Vitslav II, Prince of Rügen - Wikipedia

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    Vitslav III of Rügen, co-regent from 1286 Jaromar (born around 1267 – died 1294), rector at Stralsund St. Nicholas' , later Bishop of Cammin from 1288 to 1294 Euphemia of Rügen [2] (born around 1280 – died 1321), married King Hakon V of Norway

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  5. Category:Vizlaus III of Rugia - Wikimedia Commons

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    Vitslav III, Prince of Rügen. Danish noble. Upload media. Wikipedia. Date of birth. c. 1265 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584), 1268. Principality of Rügen. Date of death. 8 November 1325, 1325.

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    Vitslav III of Rügen, co-regent from 1286 Jaromar (born around 1267 – died 1294), rector at Stralsund St. Nicholas' , later Bishop of Cammin from 1288 to 1294 Euphemia of Rügen [2] (born around 1280 – died 1321), married King Hakon V of Norway

  7. Wizlaw III Furste av Rûgen (1265 - 1325) - Genealogy

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    Vitslav III (1265/8–1325), variously called Vislav, Vizlav, Wislaw, Wizlaw and Witslaw in English sources, was the last Slavic ruler of the Danish Principality of Rugia. He is often identified with the author of the Minnesinger Vitslav of the Jenaer Liederhandschrift. He was the son and successor of Vitslav II, and as such one of the Wizlawids descended from Kruto of Wagria.

  8. Vitslav II, Prince of Rügen — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Vitslav III of Rügen, co-regent from 1286 Jaromar (born around 1267 – died 1294), rector at Stralsund St. Nicholas' , later Bishop of Cammin from 1288 to 1294 Euphemia of Rügen [2] (born around 1280 – died 1321), married King Hakon V of Norway

  9. Vitslav I, Prince of Rügen - Wikipedia

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    Wizlaw I, variously called Vislav, Vizlav, Wislaw, Wizlaw and Witslaw in English sources, was a prince of Rügen.

    The first surviving mention of Vitslav I dates to 1193. His parents were Jaromar I and Hildegard of Denmark, the daughter of Canute V of Denmark and Sverkersdotter of Sweden. In 1219, Vitslav took part in a campaign by his feudal lord, the King of Denmark Valdemar II, to Estonia. Following the resignation of his brother, Barnuta, Vitslav I was mentioned in documents in 1221 as the Prince of Rügen. This year is also first time that there is a record of German settlers in the mainland territories

    With his wife Margarete, probably a niece of bishop Absalon and possibly a daughter of Sverker II of Sweden and Benedicta Ebbesdotter of Hvide, he had six sons whose names are known: 1. Jaroslav, from 1232 to 1242 Propst of Rügen and Tribsees 2. Petrus 3. Vitslav 4. Burislav 5. Nikolaus 6. Jaromar II, his successor

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