List of archbishops of Gniezno and primates of Poland

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This is a list of Archbishops of the Archdiocese of Gniezno, who are simultaneously Primates of Poland since 1418.wikipedia
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Primate (bishop)

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This is a list of Archbishops of the Archdiocese of Gniezno, who are simultaneously Primates of Poland since 1418.
Thus, e.g., the Primate of Poland holds no jurisdictional authority over other Polish bishops or their dioceses, but is durante munere a member of the standing committee of the episcopal conference and has honorary precedence among Polish bishops (e.g., in liturgical ceremonies).

Radim Gaudentius

Radzim GaudentyGaudentiusSaint Radim
970 – c. 1020) was Archbishop of Gniezno and the first Polish archbishop.

Bossuta Stefan

Bossuta Stefan (died 7 March 1028) or Bożętą was a twelfth-century Archbishop of Gniezno.

Bogumilus

Bogumilus (Bogumił Piotr)Bogumilus Peter
Bogumilus, in Polish Bogumił Piotr, (also known as Bogimilus and Theophilus) was Archbishop of Gniezno and a hermit.

Henryk Kietlicz

Henryk I Ketlicz
Henryk Kietlicz (1150 – March 22, 1219) was Archbishop of Gniezno from 1199 to 1219 was the main architect of the changes that allowed the Polish church to gain independence from the secular authorities.

Wincenty Niałek

Wincenty I Niałek
Wincenty of Niałka (Vincent) was the Archbishop of Gniezno in the years 1220–1232.

Zdzisław I

Zdzisław I was a 12th-century Archbishop of Gniezno, Poland.

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Gniezno

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This is a list of Archbishops of the Archdiocese of Gniezno, who are simultaneously Primates of Poland since 1418.
The position of the archbishops and their suffragans was confirmed in the 1136 Bull of Gniezno issued by Pope Innocent II.

Pełka (archbishop of Gniezno)

PełkaArchbishop PełkaFulko I
Pełka or Fulko (died April 5, 1258 in Łęczyca) was the Archbishop of Gniezno, Poland in 1232–1258.

Jakub Świnka

Jakub SwinkaJakub II ŚwinkaJakub Świnka of Gniezno
Jakub Świnka (died 4 March 1314) was a Polish Catholic priest, the Archbishop of Gniezno and a notable politician, supporter of the idea of unification of all Polish lands under the rule of Władysław I the Elbow-high ("the Short").

Interrex (Poland)

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They also served as interrex in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Since 1572, the role of interrex traditionally fell to the Archbishop of Gniezno and Primate of Poland of the Roman Catholic Church.

Martin I (archbishop of Gniezno)

MarcinMartin I, Archbishop of GnieznoArchbishop Martin
He was Archbishop of Gniezno, head of the Polish church, from ca.

Iwo Odrowąż

Iwo OdrowazIvo KonskiIvo, Bishop of Cracow
Although designated by Pope Honorius III in 1219 as archbishop of Gniezno, he refused to accept the appointment.

Borzysław I

Borzysław I (died probably on 30 June 1317) was the Archbishop of Gniezno from 1316 to 1317.

Heinrich von Wülzburg

Heinrich von Wülzburg was a German Benedictine monk, abbot of the monastery of Wülzburg and Archbishop of Gniezno in Poland.

Janik (archbishop of Gniezno)

JanJan GryfitaJanik
- 1167 or 1176) was an archbishop of Gniezno (1149 – c. 1167) and bishop of Wrocław (1146 – 1149).

Jan Kropidło

John III Kropidło
His vocation, however, was the Roman Catholic Church, and Jan was appointed as Bishop of Poznań (1382–84), Bishop of Włocławek (1384–89), nominate Archbishop of Gniezno (1389–94), Bishop of Kamień (1394–98), Bishop of Chełmno (Culm) (1398–1402), and again Bishop of Włocławek from 1402 until his death.

Janisław I

Janisław
was Archbishop of Gniezno 1317-41, having in 1317 succeeded Borzysław I.

Bodzanta

Bodzęta z Kosowic
Bodzanta or Bodzęta of Kosowice (Bodzęta z Kosowic) (1320–1388) of Szeliga coat of arms was an archbishop of Gniezno (1382–1388), Polish noble, governor of Kraków–Sandomierz lands (1350, 1357–1370, 1372–1379, 1381).

Jakub of Sienno

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Jakub of Sienno (Jakub z Sienna) was a medieval Bishop Kraków in the years 1461–1463, Bishop of Włocławek from 1464, and then Archbishop of Gniezno from 1474.

Władysław Oporowski

Władysław I Oporowski
Deputy Chancellor of Poland (1429–1434), Bishop of Kujawy (1434–1449), archbishop of Gniezno and primate of Poland (1449–1453).

Dobrogost of Nowy Dwór

Dobrogost z Nowego Dworu
He was Bishop of Poznań from 1384 until 1395 and then Archbishop of Gniezno from 1395 till 1401.

Mikołaj Trąba

Mikolaj TrabaMikołaj II TrąbaNicolaus, Archbishop of Gnesen
Mikołaj Trąba, of Trąby coat of arms (1358 – 2 December 1422) was a Polish Roman Catholic priest, Royal Notary from 1390, Deputy Chancellor of the Crown 1403–12, bishop of Halicz 1410–12, archbishop of Gniezno from 1412, and first primate of Poland 1417–22.