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Duchy of Pomerania-Schlawe
Księstwo sławieńskie (Polish)
Herzogtum Pommern-Schlawe (German)
Ducatus Slaunensis (Latin)
Coat of arms
StatusFiefdom of Denmark
Roman Catholic
GovernmentFeudal duchy
• 1190–1223 (first)
Bogislaw III
• 1223–1236/1238 (last)
Ratibor II
Historical eraHigh Middle Ages
• Separation from Pomerania-Stettin
• Incorporation into the Duchy of Gdańsk
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Duchy of Gdańsk
Today part ofPoland

The Duchy of Pomerania-Schlawe,[a] also known as the Duchy of Sławno,[b] was a feudal duchy with its capital in Sławno, located in Pomerania (in modern northwest Poland). It was formed in 1190, when it separated from the Duchy of Szczecin. In 1238 it was conquered and incorporated into the Duchy of Gdańsk.


The duchy was formed in 1190 when it separated from Duchy of Szczecin. It was a feudal duchy under the sovereignty of Denmark. The state was located in the Słupsk and Sławno Land in Pomerania and its capital was Sławno.[1] Bogislaw III became the ruler of the country.[2] His existence remain contested, instead being proposed by some historians to be Bogusław I or Bogislaw II.[3] After his death, he was succsided by Ratibor II, whose existence also remains contested. Instead, he is sometimes proposed to be Ratibor of Białogarda[4] or Racibor Bogusławowic.[5] Between 1236 and 1238, the duchy was conquered and incorporated into the Duchy of Gdańsk.[6][7][8]

List of rulers


  1. ^ German: Herzogtum Pommern-Schlawe
  2. ^ Polish: Księstwo sławieńskie; Latin: Ducatus Slaunensis


  1. ^ Erich Hoffmann, Die Bedeutung der Schlacht von Bornhöved für die deutsche und skandinavische Geschichte, in: Zeitschrift des Vereins für Lübeckische Geschichte und Altertumskunde, vol. 57. 1977. p. 9-37, here p. 15.
  2. ^ Martin Wehrmann. Genealogy of the Pomeranian ducal house. Verlag Leon Sauniers Buchhandlung, Stettin. 1937, p. 45–46.
  3. ^ Rymar E., Rodowód książąt pomorskich. Szczecin. Książnica Pomorska. 2005. ISBN 83-87879-50-9, OCLC 69296056.
  4. ^ E. Rymar, Rodowód książąt pomorskich, pp. 255-258.
  5. ^ E. Rymar, Rodowód książąt pomorskich, pp. 123-125, 203-209.
  6. ^ Marek Smoliński, Świętopełk Gdański, czapter 3.2.
  7. ^ Eric Christiansen, The Northern Crusades, 2nd ed. Penguin Books. 1997, pp. 105–108. ISBN 0-14-026653-4.
  8. ^ "Racibor białogardzki". (in Polish).
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