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Jadwiga (wife of Władysław Odonic)

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Jadwiga; d. 29 December 1249), was by marriage Duchess consort of Greater Poland.

Her parentage is disputed among historians and sources. Among the possible origins for Jadwiga include:

Life

After Władysław Odonic was expelled from Poland by his uncle Władysław III Spindleshanks, he spent some time in Hungary, Bohemia and Germany before he arrived to the court of Swantopolk II, Duke of Pomerania around 1218. In Pomerania the wedding between Władysław and Jadwiga took place (ca. 1218–1220), an act that reaffirmed the close blood relationship between Jadwiga and the Pomeranian ruler. With the support of Swantopolk II, Władysław began the conquest of Greater Poland, which he completed in 1229.

During her marriage, Jadwiga bore her husband at least four children, two sons —Przemysł I and Bolesław— and two daughters —Salomea (Duchess of Głogów) and Euphemia (Duchess of Opole). Sources also include a short-lived son, Ziemomysł,[6] and a daughter, Jadwiga, first wife of Duke Casimir I of Kuyavia.[7]

Władysław Odonic died on 5 June 1239. Jadwiga survived him for another ten years before she died herself. She is buried at Gniezno Cathedral in Poland.

References

  1. ^ Oswald Balzer, Genealogia Piastów, Kraków 1895, p. 221; W. Dworzaczek, Genealogia, Warszawa 1959, arr. 2 and 17; K. Jasiński, Uzupełnienia do genealogii Piastów, "Studia Źródłoznawcze", Vol. V, 1960, p. 100.
  2. ^ K. Jasiński, Genealogia Piastów Wielkopolskich. Potomstwo Władysława Odonica, "Kronika Miasta Poznania", Vol. II, 1995, pp. 38-39.
  3. ^ N. Mika, Imię Przemysł w wielkopolskiej linii Piastów. Niektóre aspekty stosunków książąt wielkopolskich z Czechami do połowy XIII wieku, [in:] Przemysł II. Odnowienie Królestwa Polskiego, edited by J. Krzyżaniakowa, Poznań 1997, pp. 247-255.
  4. ^ E. Rymar, Rodowód książąt pomorskich, Szczecin, 2005. pp. 262-265.
  5. ^ E. Rymar, Rodowód książąt pomorskich, Szczecin, 2005. pp. 262-263.
  6. ^ K. Jasiński, Genealogia Piastów wielkopolskich. Potomstwo Władysława Odonica, pp. 44-45.
  7. ^ Dariusz Karczewski, W sprawie pochodzenia Jadwigi, pierwszej żony księcia kujawskiego Kazimierza Konradowica, [in:] Europa Środkowa i Wschodnia w polityce Piastów, ed. K. Zielińska-Melkowska, Toruń 1997, pp. 235-240.
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