Dobiesław of Oleśnica
Soldier, aristocrat and politician in 15th century Poland.- Dobiesław of Oleśnica
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Village in Lipsko County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland.
Between 1431 and 1442 Dobisław z Oleśnicy, the lord of Sienno, was built of a church of brick in the Gothic style and it was consecrated by Cardinal Zbigniew Oleśnicki.
Medieval Bishop of Kraków in the years 1461–1463, Bishop of Włocławek from 1464, and then Archbishop of Gniezno from 1474.
Jakob was born in 1413 in Sienno, the son of Dobisław of Oleśnicy a local aristocrat of the Debno family and his wife Catherine Oleśnicka, daughter of Dymitr of Goraj.
15th-century Polish nobleman of the Debno Coat of Arms.
His mother was Catherine of Oleśnica daughter of Dmitry of Goraj, and his father was Dobiesław of Oleśnica.
15th-century Polish noble, and soldier.
Born in Sienno, he was son of Dobisław z Oleśnicy and Catherine Oleśnicka, daughter of Dmitry of Goraj.
Village in the administrative district of Gmina Rymanów, within Krosno County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, in south-eastern Poland.
The origins of the village date back to the 15th century when, according to legend, King Władysław Jagiełło, stopped in Rymanów to stay with Dobiesława Oleśnicki a knight who had distinguished himself in the Battle of Grunwald.