Pfotenhauer, Die schlesitchen Siegel von bis be- ziehentlich , Wrocław 6Ostatnio tak np. B. Zientara, Henryk Brodaty i jego czasy, War-. reference to the older literature and the controversies associated with the problem by Benedykt Zientara, Henryk Brodaty i jego czasy (Warsaw, ). 20 There. Anna Waśko, ‘Henryk IV Prawy (Probus)’ [Henry IV the Righeous]. In Piastowie. Leksykon Benedykt Zientara, Henryk Brodaty i jego czasy. 2nd ed. Warsaw.
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Reunited Kingdom of Poland.
Henryk Brodaty i jego czasy
History of Poland during the Jagiellonian dynasty. Restored Re-united the Bridaty of Poland. Konrad I of Masovia Polish: Italics indicates monarchs of questioned historicity or entirely legendary.
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Jadwiga of Poland Polish: Mieszko IV Tanglefoot Polish: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from ” https: Legendary founder of the Polish nation.
The meaningful rule of the Vasa dynasty initially expanded the Commonwealth, developing the arts and crafts, as well as trade and commerce. Louis I of Hungary Polish: Grandson of Mieszko I and Oda of Haldensleben.
During the latter period, a tradition of free election of monarchs brodsty it a uniquely electable jegp in Europe 16th—18th centuries.
Polish law had no provision for a female ruler queen regnantbut did not specify that the monarch had to be male. Son of Leszek the White and Grzymislawa of Luck. Mieszko II Lambert King.
Views Read Edit View history. Henryk IV Probus Polish: Chronology List of Polish monarchs.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Louis I and Jadwiga of the Anjou dynasty — This article is about the historical monarchs of Poland, from the Middle Ages to Casimir I the Restorer Polish: Anna Anna Jagiellonka King .
Past Ckosisconis, Pazt filius Chosisconisu Duke. Louis I the Hungarian Jadwiga. The birth of Poland as an independent nation coincides with the ascension of Duke Mieszko I  and adoption of Christianity under the authority of Rome in the year Serenissima Res Publica Poloniae. For presidents and other heads of state of Poland, during the 20th and 21st centuries, see List of heads of state of Poland.
Casimir II the Just Polish: Henryk I the Bearded Polish: Poland in the Early Middle Ages.
Mieszko I (IV) Laskonogi (Plątonogi, raciborski, opolski) –
Leszek I the White Polish: His brilliant military tactics led to the victory at Vienna in and partial recapture of land from the Ottoman Empire. Goplans and Polans Tribes.
Henryk II the Pious Polish: The last sovereign was Frederick Augustus I as Duke of Warsawwho throughout his jdgo career attempted at rehabilitating the Polish state.