Duchy of Głogów
One of the Duchies of Silesia ruled by the Silesian Piasts.- Duchy of Głogów
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City in western Poland.
In the course of the fragmentation under Duke Bolesław II the Bald and his younger brother, the Duchy of Głogów under Duke Konrad I was established in 1251.
Town in Lower Silesian Voivodeship in south-western Poland.
At that time Wołów belonged to the Duchy of Głogów, after 1312 to the Duchy of Oleśnica.
City on the east bank of Oder River, at the confluence with the Bóbr.
When the Duchy of Wrocław was finally divided in 1251, the town became part of the newly created Duchy of Głogów under Konrad I.
Town in western Poland, on the Bóbr river, with 25,731 inhabitants (2019).
In 1251, it became part of the newly created Duchy of Głogów under Henry's grandson Konrad I.
John I Albert (Jan I Olbracht; 27 December 1459 – 17 June 1501) was King of Poland (1492–1501) and Duke of Głogów (1491–1498).
Town and municipality on the Oder river in the Lower Silesian region of Poland.
After the partition of the Duchy of Głogów by Konrad's sons in 1273, Ścinawa became the capital of a duchy in its own right under the rule of Konrad II the Hunchback.
The Silesian Piasts were the elder of four lines of the Polish Piast dynasty beginning with Władysław II the Exile (1105–1159), eldest son of Duke Bolesław III of Poland.
Bolesław established the duchy of Legnica, Konrad I Glogow, Henry III kept Wroclaw together with Ladislaus, who would become archbishop of Salzburg.
King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1506 until his death in 1548.
Finally, his eldest brother Vladislaus II, King of Bohemia and Hungary, granted him the duchies of Głogów (1499) and Opava (1501), and in 1504 Sigismund became governor of Silesia and Lower Lusatia.
The Duchies of Silesia were the more than twenty divisions of the region of Silesia formed between the 12th and 14th centuries by the breakup of the Duchy of Silesia, then part of the Kingdom of Poland.
Konrad Spindleshanks (Konrad Laskonogi), the youngest, in 1177 also claimed his rights and received the Duchy of Głogów from his brother Bolesław, who after Konrad's death about 1180/90 again inherited it.
One of the Duchies of Silesia.
Furthermore, he came into conflict with his younger brother Konrad, who, originally predestined for an ecclesiastical career as Bishop of Passau, also demanded his distributive share and had to be paid off by Bolesław with the newly created Duchy of Głogów in 1251.