Mikołaj Kiczka

Kur coat of arms

Polish noble, diplomat and priest.

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Władysław Oporowski

Polish medieval political and religious leader.

In 1422 together with Mikołaj Kiczka he represented Poland and the Polish king Władysław Jagiełło in the legal proceedings between Poland and the Teutonic Order before the Holy See in Rome.

Kur coat of arms

Polish coat of arms.

Kur coat of arms - illustration from "Herby Rycerstwa Polskiego" Bartosz Paprocki, 1584
Kur II coat of arms

The most notable member of the Clan of Kur was Mikołaj Kiczka, the Archdeacon of Gniezno and one of the most trusted procurators to the King Władysław Jagiełło.

University of Padua

Italian university located in the city of Padua, region of Veneto, northern Italy.

The university houses the oldest surviving permanent anatomical theatre in Europe, dating from 1595
Palazzo Bo is the historical seat of University of Padua since 1493
Diploma of Girolamo Martinengo, 1582
Coats of arms of professors and students in the Aula Magna, Palazzo Bo. Photo by Paolo Monti, 1966
Certificate of medicine of the University of Padua, awarded in 1642 to the Flemish Jan Damman.

Mikołaj Kiczka, nobleman, diplomat and priest

Kurowie

Polish noble family, from Mazovia in medieval Poland.

Kur coat of arms
Kur coat of arms - illustration from "Herby Rycerstwa Polskiego" Bartosz Paprocki, 1584
Kurowska Góra, formerly a castle of the Kurowie family was standing there.

Mikołaj Kiczka – archdeacon of Gniezno