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  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Mieszko I of Poland
The early career of Mieszko was dominated by fighting with the tribes of Wieletes and Volinians south of the Baltic Sea, and their ally, the Saxon count Wichman.
Mieszko was baptised in 966, probably under the influence of his Christian first wife and in order to avoid confrontation with the Holy Roman Empire to the west; he built a church dedicated to Saint George at Gniezno.
Mieszko I had pledged allegiance to emperor Otto I the Great, to Gero, Count of the Eastern March (ruled from 937-965), to emperor Otto II and again to emperor Otto III.
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 Science Fair Projects - Mieszko I of Poland
The early career of Mieszko was dominated by fighting with the tribes of Wieletes and Volinians south of the Baltic Sea, and their ally, the Saxon count Wichman.
Mieszko was baptised in 966 (probably under the influence of his Christian first wife or maybe in order to avoid confrontation with the Holy Roman Empire to the west) he built a church dedicated to Saint George at Gniezno and in 968 he founded the first Polish cathedral in Poznań; dedicated to Saint Peter.
Mieszko I had pledged allegiance to emperor Otto I the Great, to emperor Otto II and again to emperor Otto III, however there is much dispute from the Polish side over this fact - mainly whether he was vassal from whole Poland, or from part Poland (the disputed fragment is "usque Varta fluvium").
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 Mieszko I.
Mieszko I. trat in die Geschichte ein durch den Lehnseid zu Kaiser Otto I und zu Markgraf Gero mit dem er seine Regierung in 963 anfing.
Mieszko gab dann weiterhin Treueide zu Otto II und Otto III Im Namen der Christianisierung versuchte er dann, weiteres Land zu erobern.
Mieszko I. hatte einen Sohn Bolesław I. Chorbry und eine Tochter Światosława oder Sigrid, später die Frau des Königs Erich von Schweden und danach als Gunhild die Frau Sven Gabelbarts von Dänemark.
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 Nauka - Mieszko I   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mieszko I był pierwszym historycznym księciem polskim, to znaczy pierwszym, którego istnienie poświadczają liczne, jak n...
Około 960 roku Mieszko I podjął próbę zjednoczenia sąsiadujących ze sobą plemion.
Mieszko I uważany był za przyjaciela Ottona I, cesarza Rzeszy Niemieckiej, z którym wybierał się na wyprawy przeciwko Wieletom zamieszkujących tereny na północ od Rzeszy i na północny-zachód od Polski, zwane Związkiem Wielickim.
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 Mieszko I Encyclopedia
In 2004, Mieszko went on holidays to Thailand with his girlfriend during a break in between albums, and was killed in the tsunami disaster on December 26th, 2004.
Mieszko was baptised in 966, probably under the influence of his Christian first wife or perhaps in order to avoid confrontation with the Holy Roman Empire to the west.
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 c. Poland. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
MIESZKO I, of the house of Piast, the first ruler for whom written evidence survives.
Mieszko was converted to Christianity by Bohemian missionaries, probably for political reasons, to deprive the Germans of any further excuse for aggression.
Mieszko III, a brutal and despotic prince who antagonized the nobility and was soon driven out by them.
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 Mieszko II Lambert Information
Mieszko II Lambert (990 - 1034), also spelled Miezko II, was the duke and short-term king of Poland.
Mieszko soon returned, but was forced to pledge fealty to the German Emperor, and Poland was divided among him, his brothers Otton and Bezprym, and a certain Thiedric (probably a nephew or cousin).
Mieszko's son, Casimir I, was either expelled by this insurrection, or the insurrection was caused by the aristocracy's expulsion of him.
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 Mieszko III the Old at AllExperts
Mieszko was the son of Bolesław III Wrymouth, Duke of Poland, and Salome of Berg.
Mieszko was Duke of Greater Poland, 1138-1202, and Duke of Kraków and High Duke of all Poland, 1173-1177, 1190, 1198/1199, 1202.
One of the provinces, Greater Poland, was granted to Bolesław's third-oldest son, Mieszko (and was subsequenly divided among Mieszko's descendants and successors).
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 Mieszko I of Poland - InformationBlast
Mieszko was baptised in 966 (probably under the influence of his Christian first wife or maybe in order to avoid confrontation with the Holy Roman Empire to the west) he built a church dedicated to Saint George at Gniezno.
Mieszko I had pledged allegiance to emperor Otto I the Great, to emperor Otto II and again to emperor Otto III, however there is much dispute from the Polish side over this fact - mainly whether he was vassal from whole Poland, or from part Poland (the disputed fragment is "usque Varta fluvium").
One medieval chronicle also mentions that Mieszko pledged allegiance to margrave Gero, but since the chronicle itself is believed to be abstract of another which does not mention that fact, this is generally accepted nowaday as myth.
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 Mieszko I - Encyclopedia.com
Mieszko I or Mieczyslaw I, c.922-992, duke of Poland (962-92), the first important member of the Piast dynasty.
To avert this threat, Mieszko obtained (c.963) a friendly treaty with Holy Roman Emperor Otto I, to whom he agreed to pay tribute.
The beginning of Poland's existence as a state was marked by the conversion of Polish Count Mieszko I and his court in 966 C.E. Since then, Polish culture has been permeated by the Christian religion, with the Roman Catholic...
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 Mieszko I and Boleslaw Chrobry: The Origins of the Polish State
Mieszko maintained a large, three thousand-strong, well-equipped personal force of professional soldiers, the drużyna, and a large army consisting of mounted and foot soldiers.
The high regard in which the Piast family, and thereby Poland, were held is attested to by the fact that Mieszko's daughter, Świętosęawa Sygryda, married two kings and produced two kings as sons.
Mieszko donated the heartland of Poland to the papacy, to Pope John XII, making it part of what was known as the Patrimony of St. Peter.
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 Ancestors and Family of Mieszko II Lambert of Poland
Mieszko returned soon, but this time he was forced to pledge allegiance to the German Emperor, and Poland was divided between him, his brothers Otton and Bezprym, and a mysterious Thiedric (probably nephew or cousin).
Casimir I of Poland, son of Mieszko, was either expelled by this uprising, or the uprising was caused by expelling by aristocracy.
Mieszko married Richeza of Palatine, daughter of Ezzo of Lotharingia and Matilda of Saxony, in 1013.
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Mieszko was not his actual name, but given at a later time.
In 981 Mieszko I lost the land known as Grody Czerwieñskie to Vladimir I, prince of Kiev.
This Dagome Iudex indexes the lands of Mieszko, referred as "Dagome" in document, and his wife, former nun Oda and her sons by him.
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 Mieszko I. - Definition, explanation
Mieszko I. (etwa 935-992) war der erste historisch klar nachweisbare Piastenherzog der Polanen und damit Vorläufer der Fürsten und Könige Polens.
Mieszko I. wird erstmals im Zusammenhang mit dem Lehnseid erwähnt, den er 963 gegenüber Kaiser Otto I und Gero, Markgraf der Ostmark, ablegte.
Möglich ist aber auch, dass Mieszko mit der Schenkung Boleslaw, seinen Sohn aus erster Ehe, aus der Erbfolge ausschließen wollte.
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 Mieszko I and Boles³aw Chrobry (Boleslaus the Brave)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The reigns of Mieszko I (?-992) and his son Boles³aw Chrobry (Boleslaus the Brave), mark the period when the Polish tribes were brought together in a united and internally well-knit realm which made an active contribution to European politics.
The wars skilfully conducted by Mieszko and Boleslaus earned Poland not only new territories (the Strongholds of Czerwieñ and, temporarily, Moravia and Lusatia), but also the reputation of a power to be reckoned with even by the Holy Roman Emperor.
The major success of early Piastian foreign policy was the Congress of Gniezno (1000), during which the Emperor Otto III recognised Boleslaus as the principal ally for his plan to unite Europe under the imperial rule, and approved the erection of an independent Polish metropolitan see, as well as Boleslaus' subsequent coronation (1025).
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 The Great Dynasties   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mieszko’s move was an astute political one since it opened access (particularly through the German clergy that now came to Poland) to the military knowledge and political systems of the West (which he made full use of by entering into marriage alliances with the great families of the Empire).
Mieszko entered into a number of dynastic alliances including ones with Hungary, Kiev and Scandinavia, aiding his son-in-law, Sweyn Forkbeard, King of Denmark, to reconquer his kingdom of England; his grandson was Canute the Great.
Mieszko III’s son, Wladyslaw III Laskonogi (Longshanks) of Wielkopolska, ruled 1202; Leszek Bialy (the White) of Sandomierz, ruled 1202 - 1227, whose intervention in the politics of Ruthenia (in 1205), alongside his brother, Konrad of Mazovia (b.
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 Mieszko I (? – 992)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Being a wise politician, Mieszko decided to enter an alliance with one of the regional powers of the time, the Kingdom of Bohemia.
A new metropolitan archdiocese was set up at Gniezno, whereby the Polish Church became directly answerable to the Pope, and not subordinate to the German archbishop of Magdeburg, who had hoped themselves to convert the lands on the eastern marches of the Holy Roman Empire to Christianity.
In 979 he reached a peace accord with Otto II which, after the death of Dobrawa, was sealed by his marriage to Oda, a daughter of a German margrave.
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 Polish History - Part 1
Mieszko I was the first prince of the Piast dynasty to be mentioned by contemporary historical sources (ca.
When in 960 Mieszko was assuming power around 960, the basic dilemma appeared for Poland, which would confront her over the next few centuries: what attitude the Piast-created state should take towards the Empire and the Papacy.
The son of and successor to Mieszko, Boleslaus the Brave (992-1025), went along the same path of increasing Poland's independence at the early stages of his rule.
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 piast_dynasty
Mieszko I - 922-992 Reign from 960 to 992
Mieszko II (990-1034) became king under the will of his father, Boleslaus the Brave, who also arranged his marriage to Richeza (Ryksa) of Lorraine, the emperor Otto III's niece, in 1013.
In 1033, Mieszko recognized the suzerainty of the emperor and resigned from the crown and the royal title.
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 Mieszko I of Poland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
One medieval chronicle (Thietmari chronicon too) also states that Mieszko pledged allegiance to Margrave Gero, but since the chronicle itself is believed to be an abstract of another which does not mention this, it is now considered to be a myth.
This document indexes the lands of (Mieszko), referred to as "Dagome" in the document, and his wife "Ote" (former nun Oda von Haldensleben) and her sons by him.
It is possible that name Mieszko is a nickname formed from the second part of name Dago-mir as it is common in Poland to form polish nicknames by adding –ko at the end of name.
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 Mieszko I of Poland Information
He had probably one sister of unknown name, and two brothers: one of them, name unknown, was killed in battle around 964; the second, named Czcibor, who helped Mieszko to defeat count Hodo in the Battle of Cedynia in 972.
Polish 10-zloty banknote with likeness of Mieszko I. In 981 Mieszko I lost the land known only as Grody Czerwieńskie to Vladimir I, prince of Kiev (but this territory could belong to another polish tribe: Lędzianie, which wasn't under Mieszko's control before 987/988).
Shortly before his death he gifted his state to the pope and received it as a fief of the Pope in a document usually called the Dagome Iudex (it one of a lot of theories, which try to explain motives of making this document).
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One medieval chronicle (Thietmari chronicon too) also states that Mieszko pledged allegiance to Margrave Gero, but since the chronicle itself is believed to be an abstract of another which does not mention this, it is now considered to be a myth.
This document indexes the lands of (Mieszko), referred to as "Dagome" in the document, and his wife "Ote" (former nun Oda von Haldensleben) and her sons by him.
It is possible that name Mieszko is a nickname formed from the second part of name Dago-mir as it is common in Poland to form polish nicknames by adding –ko at the end of name.
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 Mieszko I
Około 960 roku Mieszko I podjął próbę zjednoczenia sąsiadujących ze sobą plemion.
Mieszko I uważany był za przyjaciela Ottona I, cesarza Rzeszy Niemieckiej, z którym wybierał się na wyprawy przeciwko Wieletom zamieszkujących tereny na północ od Rzeszy i na północny-zachód od Polski, zwane Związkiem Wielickim.
W każdym razie fakt pozostaje faktem, ze Mieszko I pozostawił dobrze rozwinięte, zjednoczone i bogate ziemie państwa polskiego swojemu następcy, Bolesławowi Chrobremu.
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 Mieszko I   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mieszko miał z Odą trzech synów: Mieszka, Lamberta i zmarłego wcześnie Świętopełka.
Mieszko, chcąc zabezpieczyć byt swych dzieci i wdowy po jego śmierci wyrażał wolę podziału państwa między spadkobierców.
Próbując poszerzyć krąg sojuszników Mieszko wydał swą córkę za Eryka, króla szwedzkiego.
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 Mieszko I and Boles³aw Chrobry (Boleslaus the Brave)
Mieszko I and Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaus the Brave)
The reigns of Mieszko I (?-992) and his son Boles³aw Chrobry (Boleslaus the Brave), mark the period when the Polish tribes were brought together in a united and internally well-knit realm which made an active contribution to European politics.
The wars skilfully conducted by Mieszko and Boleslaus earned Poland not only new territories (the Strongholds of Czerwieñ and, temporarily, Moravia and Lusatia), but also the reputation of a power to be reckoned with even by the Holy Roman Emperor.
www.poland.gov.pl /Mieszko,I,and,Boleslaw,Chrobry,(Boleslaus,the,Brave),326.html   (326 words)

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