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Duchy of Świecie

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Duchy of Świecie
Księstwo świeckie (Polish)
1248/1264–1270
CapitalRaciąż (before 1264)
Świecie
Official languagesPolish, Latin
Religion
Roman Catholic
GovernmentDuchy
Duke 
• 1248/1264–1270
Mestwin II
Historical eraHigh Middle Ages
• Partition from the Duchy of Gdańsk
1248/1264
• Conquest of the Duchy of Lubiszewo
1269
• Conqust of the Duchy of Gdańsk and re-establishment as the Duchy of Pomerelia
1270
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Duchy of Gdańsk
Duchy of Kuyavia
Duchy of Lubiszewo
Duchy of Pomerelia

Duchy of Świecie (Polish: księstwo świeckie) was a duchy in Pomerelia centred around Świecie. Its only ruler was duke Mestwin II of the Samboride dynasty.[1]

History

The state was established between 1248 and 1264, with duke Mestwin II being given the lands by his father, Swietopelk II, from the Duchy of Gdańsk.[1] He was originally given the lands around Raciąż and Szczytno, and around 1264, he incorporated into his territories Świecie, conquered from the Duchy of Kuyavia, which become the capital of the state.[2] In 1269, it incorporated the Duchy of Lubiszewo, and the year later, in 1270, it conquered the Duchy of Gdańsk, uniting its lands into the Duchy of Pomerelia.[3]

Citations

Notes

References

  1. ^ a b "Mściwój II". poczet.com.
  2. ^ "POCZET WŁADCÓW POMORZA - DYNASTIA SOBIESŁAWICÓW". kaszebsko.com (in Polish).
  3. ^ Aleksander Swieżawski: Przemysł II. Król Polski, Warsaw. 2006, p. 87.


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