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  John I Albert of Poland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John I Albert of Poland (Polish: Jan I Olbracht, 1459 1501) was King of Poland (1492 1501), Duke of Głogów (1491 - 1498).
As suzerain of Moldavia, John was favorably situated for attacking the Turks.
Czerny, The Reigns of Jan Olbracht and Aleksander Jagiellon (in Polish), Kraków, 1882.
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 John I Olbracht info here at en.51-of-100.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Losses of cush due to the secession of Lithuania placed John at the mercy of the Polish sejmiks, or bounded diets, where the szlachta, or bounded nobles, made their subsidies dependent on the king's subservience.
As suzerain of Moldavia, John was approvingly situated for barraging the Turks.
A valiant soldier 'n a man of enlightenment, John was a pinched politician, recklessly sacrificing the budgeted to the present.
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 John I, St - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about John I, St
He was sent to Constantinople by Theodoric, king of the Ostrogoths, to obtain toleration for the Arians from the Byzantine emperor, but on his return was imprisoned by the king who was dissatisfied with the mission.
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 John I Olbracht info here at en.75of100e.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Losses of yields due to the secession of Lithuania placed John at the mercy of the Polish sejmiks, or public diets, where the szlachta, or public nobles, made their subsidies dependent on the king's subservience.
At the conference of Leutschau (1494) the details of the expedition were arranged mid the kings of Poland 'n Hungary 'n the Elector Frederick II of Brandenburg, with the co-operation of Stephen III of Moldavia, hospodar of Moldavia, who had appealed to John for assistance.
The insubordination of the szlachta to have unstylish solitary concern of that disgraceful collapse, for John after their retreat confiscated hundreds of their estates; in spleen of which, to the of their vivacity he retained their extraordinary popularity.
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 John Albert   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
John Albert (1459-1501), the son of Casimir Jagiellonian, crowned king in 1492.
The Statute of Piotrkow of 1496 reserved higher church positions for the gentry exclusively, barred the townspeople from buying land, and restricted the peasants' freedom of movement.
In foreign policy, John Albert concentrated on the Turkish problem and wished to improve Poland's standing by assuming control over Danube principalities.
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 Courtly Lives - Casimir IV of Poland
Joachim's parents were Joachim I, Elector of Brandenburg(1484-1535) and Elizabeth (1485-1555), daughter of John I, King of Denmark.
John's brother was Charles IX, King of Sweden (1604-1611).
John's half-brother was Eric XIV, King of Sweden (1560-1568)(son of Gustav's first wife, Catherine of Lauenburg.
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In 1329 four princes of Middle and Lower Silesia (John of Scinawa, Henry of Zagan, Conrad of Olesnica, Boleslaw of Olesnica) did the homage in Wroclaw to the Czech king, John of Luxemburg.
Some time later John of Scinawa gave his part of the city to Czechs, for exchange to lifelong governing in his Scinawa duchy.
In 1491 the city was given to John Olbracht, from his brother, Wladyslaw Jagiellonczyk.
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 ...:::WERLING SOLARSYSTEMS POLSKA:::...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The decree forms the Economic Board (2 councilors, 2 assessors, and 4 representatives of the Third Line), which takes over management of the municipal finances from the Council.
1992 The Chelmno Diocese is split into the Dioceses of Pelplin and Toruñ;; on 25th March St Johns' Basilica is raised to the status of a cathedral.
1998 Pope John Paul II is conferred Honorary Citizen ship of the City of Toruñ;.
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 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> pt:Sejm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Since 1374 (przywilej koszycki), the king had to receive sejm permission to raise taxes.
The General Sejm (Polish Sejm Generalny or Sejm Walny), first convoked by the king John I Olbracht in 1493 near Piotrków, evolved from earlier regional and provincial meetings (sejmiks.
It followed most closely the sejmik generally), which arose from the 1454 Nieszawa Statutes, granted to the szlachta by King Casimir IV the Jagiellonian.
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 Kasprowicz Jan: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Historical dictionary of Poland, 966-1945...throne after the death of his older brother, Jan Olbracht John Albert.
Jan, the first bishop of Wroc w Breslau...Jagiellonian 1447-92, and the latters son Jan Olbracht 1492-1501.
The first result...campaign conducted against the Turks by Jan Olbracht ended in defeat in Moldavia, and...
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 Dia-pozytyw: TRACES OF THE PAST   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
In 1495, King John Olbracht banished all the Jews from Cracow and limited the area where they could live to the district of Kazimierz, the reason being the unresolved case of the fire at the church of St Ann.
The Kazimierz Jewish community was growing fast and in the 16th century it became the largest Jewish conglomeration in Europe.
Yet historians maintain that it dates from the time of King John Olbracht.
www.diapozytyw.pl /en/site/slady_i_judaica/krakow   (4575 words)

  
 King of Poland dgun.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
- 1648-1668 John II Casimir (abdicated) House of Wiśniowiecki
- John IV, Duke of Brittany (died 1345)
- John III, Duke of Brabant (died 1355)
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - From the Streets of Krakow
His name was Jan I Olbracht (John Albert).
The room was lonely expect for John Albert and the aid.
The station guards allowed the person passage when John Albert had finished berating the elderly aid.
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 John I of Poland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
V. erny, The Reigns of John Albert and Alexander Jagiello (Pol.) (Kraków, 1882).
Jagiellon - Wladislaus II Jagiełło • Wladislaus III of Varna • Casimir IV the Jagiellonian John I Olbracht • Alexander the Jagiellonian • Sigismund I the Old • Sigismund II Augustus
This page was last modified 17:32, 14 October 2005.
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1327 - The duke of Oswiecim, John Scholasticus, renders homage as a vassal of John of Luxembourg, king of Bohemia.
1564 - at the Warsaw sejm, king Sigismund August issues privileges of incorporation recognizing the duchy of Oswiecim and the duchy of Zator (purchased by king John Olbracht in 1494) as integral parts of the Polish crown.
Upon full incorporation, these duchies, as the powiat of Silesia, become part of the administrative territory of the voivodeship of Cracow while retaining their ducal titles.
www.auschwitz-muzeum.oswiecim.pl /html/eng/historia_KL/oswiecim_ok.html   (2228 words)

  
 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographical Dictionary - Consistory of November 19, 1629
He implemented the decrees of the Council of Trent (1545-1563) and founded numerous educational institutions among them the first Hungarian Catholic university in Trnava, May 12, 1635.
Exposed in the cathedral of St. Martin, Pozsony and buried in the floor of its presbytery at the foot of the mausoleum of St. John the Almsgiver, which he had built in precious marble with a silver urn and a lamp burning in front of it
(3) Now the silver coffin of the saint is in the new chapel of St. John the Almsgiver that was built by Archbishop Imrich Eszterhazy in the 18th century.
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 Sejm info here at en.13of100e.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Since 1374 (przywilej koszycki), the magnate had to cop sejm endorsement to jump taxes.
The General Sejm (Polish Sejm Generalny or Sejm Walny), basic convoked by the magnate John I Olbracht in 1493 proximate Piotrków, evolved from earlier regional und provincial meetings (sejmiks.
It utmost intently the sejmik generally), which arose from the 1454 Nieszawa Statutes, granted to the szlachta by King Casimir IV the Jagiellonian.
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 Sejm info here at en.88of100d.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Since 1374 (przywilej koszycki), the overlord had to derive sejm to addition taxes.
The General Sejm (Polish Sejm Generalny or Sejm Walny), indispensable convoked by the overlord John I Olbracht in 1493 contiguous Piotrków, evolved from earlier regional und provincial meetings (sejmiks.
It comed from better carefully the sejmik generally), which arose from the 1454 Nieszawa Statutes, granted to the szlachta by King Casimir IV the Jagiellonian.
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 ww.torun.z.pl - The calendar of the most important events in the history of Torun in Poland
- construction of the present steeple of the Church of SS Johns
- King John Olbracht grants Torun the privilege to build a permanent bridge opposite the Bridge Gate
- the Church of SS Johns receives the "Tuba Dei" bell, cast in Torun and the largest in Poland at that time
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - Kraków - Seat of the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania
Since 1374, the king had to receive sejm permission to raise taxes.
The General Sejm, first convoked by John I Olbracht in 1493 near Piotrków, evolved from earlier regional and provincial meetings (sejmiks), which arose from the 1454 statute of Nieszawa, granted to the szlachta (nobility) by King Casimir IV.
Since 1493 Sejm Walny has been meeting irregulary, on average every year.
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