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Duchy of Kuyavia

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Duchy of Kuyavia
Księstwo kujawskie (Polish)
Ducatus Cuiaviensis (Latin)
1230–1267
Duchy of Kuyavia within Kingdom of Poland in 13th century.
Duchy of Kuyavia within Kingdom of Poland in 13th century.
StatusIndependent state
CapitalInowrocław
Official languagesPolish, Latin
Religion
Roman Catholic
GovernmentDistrict principality
Duke 
• 1230–1267
Casimir I of Kuyavia
Historical eraHigh Middle Ages
• Separation from the Duchy of Masovia
1230
• Partition into duchies of Inowrocław and Brześć Kujawski
1367
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Duchy of Masovia
Duchy of Inowrocław
Duchy of Brześć Kujawski
Duchy of Łęczyca
Duchy of Sieradz

The Duchy of Kuyavia[a] was a district principality in the Central Europe, in the region of Kuyavia. Its capital was Inowrocław. It was formed in 1230 from the part of the Duchy of Masovia.[1] In 1231, duchies of Sieradz and Łęczyca, had been formed from the part of the state.[2] The duchy existed until 1367 when it was partitioned between duchies of Inowrocław and Brześć Kujawski.[3][4] Its only ruler was the duke Casimir I of Kuyavia of the Piast dynasty.[1]

List of rulers

Citations

Notes

  1. ^ Polish: Księstwo kujawskie; Latin: Ducatus Cuiaviensis

References

  1. ^ a b Dariusz Karczewski, Książę Kazimierz Konradowiec i Kujawy jego czasów, p. 9, 14.
  2. ^ S. Zajączkowski, Studia nad terytorialnym formowaniem ziemi łęczyckiej i sieradzkiej.
  3. ^ Błażej Śliwiński, Leszek, książe inowrocławski. p. 19-20.
  4. ^ Józef Śliwiński, Władysław Biały p. 21-22.

Bibliography

  • Dariusz Karczewski, Książę Kazimierz Konradowiec i Kujawy jego czasów.
  • Błażej Śliwiński, Leszek, książe inowrocławski.
  • Józef Śliwiński, Władysław Biały.
  • S. Zajączkowski, Studia nad terytorialnym formowaniem ziemi łęczyckiej i sieradzkiej, Łódź, 1951.
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