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  Masovia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Masovia (Polish: Mazowsze) is a geographical and historical region situated in central Poland with its capital in Warsaw.
Masovia was conquered probably by Mieszko I, duke of Polans and the first historical ruler of Poland in the 10th century.
Following the fragmentation of Poland after the death of Boleslaus III of Poland Masovia was governed by his son Boleslaus IV of Poland, later high-duke of Poland 1146-1173 and other Dukes of Masovia from the local branch of the Piast dynasty.
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 Piast dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Piast dynasty is a line of Kings and dukes that ruled Poland from its beginnings as an independent state up to 1370.
The branches of the Piasts continued to rule Polish splinter duchies in Masovia until 1526 and Silesia until 1675.
Although the early dukes and kings considered themselves Piast's descendants, the term "Piast Dynasty" was invented in the 17th century by the historians, working for a number of rulers who governed their duchies in Silesia.
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 Dukes of Masovia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dukes of Masovia is the line of Piast dynasty, that ruled in Masovia.
Although not all incumbents listed here had titular rights to the title of Duke of Masovia, they are all listed as such for simplicity's sake.
Finally, this table does not include lands ruled by dukes of other parts of partitioned Poland or Wenceslaus II and Wenceslaus III.
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 Masovia
Boleslaus III of Poland Masovia was governed by his son
Dukes of Masovia from the local branch of the Piast dynasty.
14th century until the death of the last regional duke in 1526.
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 Masovia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Masovia (Polish language: Mazowsze) is a geographical and Historical regions of Central Europe situated in central Poland with its capital in Warsaw.
Masovia was conquered probably by Mieszko I, duke of Polans (western) and first historical ruler of Poland in the 10th century.
Also a name of an early 8-bit Masovia encoding, based on CP 850 with some characters replaced by Polish diacritics.
read-and-go.hopto.org /Regions-of-Poland/Masovia.html   (211 words)

  
 Konrad I of Masovia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Konrad of Masovia (1187 - 1247, Polish: Konrad Mazowiecki) was Duke of Masovia, son of Casimir II of Poland ("the Just") and Helen, princess of Moravia.
After his father's death in 1194, he was brought up by his mother and in 1202 he received Masovia and Kuyavia.
Konrad tried unsuccessfully to defeat the pagan Prussians on the borders of his lands.
www.tocatch.info /en/Konrad_of_Mazovia.htm   (136 words)

  
 Plock - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Its 12th century cathedral contains the tombs of Ladislaus Herman (died 1102) and Boleslaus III the Wrymouth (died 1138) - the dukes of Poland.
Some historians say that Plock was the capital city of Poland during their reign (1080-1138).
It was also a seat of several of the Dukes of Masovia and one of the capitals of that state.
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 Boleslaus IV of Poland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boleslaus IV the Curly (Polish: Bolesław Kędzierzawy) (1120-1173) was Grand Duke of Poland from 1146 until his death.
He was the son of Boleslaus III the Wrymouth, duke of Poland, and Salome von Berg-Schelklingen, daughter of Henry, duke of Berg.
He was married to the Russian princess Wierzchoslawa, and had a child named Leszek.
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 WARSAW FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
After Jazdów was raided in 1281 by Boleslaus II, the Duke of Płock, a new similar settlement was lodged on the grounds of a small fishing village called Warszowa.
In the beginning of the 14th century it became one of the seats of the Dukes_of_Masovia, in 1413 becoming the capital of Masovia.
Their productions can be seen mostly in the smaller theatres and ''Houses of Culture'' (''Dom Kultury'') located mostly outside of the Śródmieście.
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 Wyszogród biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 11th century it became fortified and started to act as a local centre of commerce.
In 12th century it became the seat of local castellany and soon it became one of the seats of Dukes of Masovia.
Relocated on Magdeburg Law in 1398, Wyszogród became one of the most important inland ports and centres of textile production in the area.
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 Dukes of Masovia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Dukes of Masovia is the line of (Click link for more info and facts about Piast) Piast (A sequence of powerful leaders in the same family) dynasty, that ruled in (Click link for more info and facts about Masovia) Masovia.
The following is a list of all rulers of (Click link for more info and facts about Duchy of Masovia) Duchy of Masovia and its parts.
brother of Kazimierz I, duke in (The capital and largest city of Poland; located in central Poland) Warsaw and Czersk; until 1370 managed to reunite much of the Masovian domain including (Click link for more info and facts about Płock) Płock, but in 1374 divided it between his sons
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 6/23.- Warsaw, The Royal Castle tourist information - VIRTOURIST.COM
At first it was a castle of the dukes of Masovia (Masovia is the province, of which Warsaw is the capital).
Later on, when Masovia became a part of Poland, and after the capital was moved to Warsaw (that was at the end of sixteenth century), this became the Royal Castle.
The first king who lived here - Sigismundus III - rebuilt the castle in baroque style, which you can see today (this is a very rare type of baroque with little decorations outside but tremendous interior).
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 Read about Wilanów at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Wilanów and learn about Wilanów here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The first mentions of a settlement in the area can be traced to the 13th century, when a village named Milanów was founded by the
1338 it became a private property of the Dukes of Masovia and in 1378 Prince
Janusz gave it to one of his servants.
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 Encyclopedia: Dukes of Masovia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 The Teutonic Order
From the start, the order started a policy of conquering land and building up independent territory: in the Holy Land, in Hungary in 1211-25, and later in Prussia, after it absorbed the Sword-Brethren in Livonia.
It was in Prussia that the order fought with the Polish dukes of Masovia and Silesia to subjugate the pagan Prussians and fight against Novgorod.
After the fall of Acre in 1291 the Grand Master went to Venice, and, following the conquest of Pomerelia in 1309, to Marienburg in Prussia.
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 math lessons - Dukes of Silesia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
According to the statute, constitution or last will of the Polish duke Boleslaus the Wrymouth Poland was divided into the 4-5 hereditary provinces distributed among his sons, and a royal province of Cracow for the eldest to be the high-duke of all Poland.
One of these provinces, Silesia was given to the Ladislaus the Exile the oldest son of Boleslaus, and subsequenly divided among his descendants and successors, until they died out in 1675.
from 1558 possession of the Habsburgs of as kings of Bohemia, sometimes governed by dukes from other dynasties
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 Warsaw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cultural activities include an annual international book fair, the international Fr?d?ric Chopin piano competition (held every five years), and the international Henri Wieniawski violin competition.
Warsaw grew, in the early 14th century, around the castle of the dukes of Masovia.
In 1596, after the burning of Krak?w, it became the capital of the Polish Kingdom.
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 Warsaw articles and news from Start Learning Now   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
After Jazdów was raided in 1281 by Boleslaus II of MasoviaBoleslaus II, the Duke of Płock, a new similar settlement was lodged on the grounds of a small fishing village called Warszowa.
In the beginning of the 14th century14th century it became one of the seats of the Dukes of Masovia, in 1413 becoming the capital of Masovia.
Upon the extinction of the local ducal line, the duchy was reincorporated into the PolandPolish Crown in 1526.
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