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Duchy of Gniezno

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Duchy of Gniezno
Księstwo gnieźnieńskie (Polish)
Ducatus Gnesnensis (Latin)
1177–1279
Flag
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Map of the Greater Poland with the political division.
Map of the Greater Poland with the political division.
StatusFiefdom within the Duchy of Poland (1177–1227)
Independent state (1227–1279)
CapitalGniezno
Official languagesPolish, Latin
Religion
Roman Catholic
Governmentfeudal duchy
Duke 
• 1177–1181 (first)
Casimir II the Just
• 1273–1279 (last)
Przemysł II
Historical eraHigh Middle Ages
• Partition of the Duchy of Greater Poland
1177
• Unification of the Duchy of Greater Poland
1279
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Duchy of Greater Poland
Duchy of Greater Poland

The Duchy of Gniezno[a] was a feudal district duchy in the Greater Poland, centered on the Kalisz Region. Its capital was Gniezno. The state was established in 1177, in the partition of the Duchy of Greater Poland, after the rebellion against Mieszko III. Duke Casimir II the Just of the Piast dynasty become its first ruler.[1] It existed until 1279, when, it got united with duchies of Kalisz and Poznań, under the rule of Przemysł II, forming the Duchy of Greater Poland.[2] It remained a fiefdom within the Duchy of Poland, until 1227, and after that, it become an independent state.[3]

Citations

Notes

  1. ^ Polish: Księstwo gnieźnieńskie; Latin: Ducatus Gnesnensis

References

  1. ^ Józef Dobosz, Kazimierz II Sprawiedliwy, p. 111-113.
  2. ^ Bronisław Nowacki, Przemysł II, p. 97.
  3. ^ Jerzy Wyrozumski, Historia Polski do roku 1505, pp. 104–111.

Bibliography

  • Józef Dobosz, Kazimierz II Sprawiedliwy
  • Bronisław Nowacki, Przemysł II
  • Jerzy Wyrozumski, Historia Polski do roku 1505
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