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Casimir III the Great

Casimir III the Great (Polish: Kazimierz III Wielki; 30 April 1310 – 5 November 1370) reigned as the King of Poland from 1333 to 1370. He also later became...

Last Update: 2024-06-06T04:30:29Z Word Count : 2182 Synonim Casimir III the Great

Kamionek Wielki

Kamionek Wielki may refer to the following places in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, Poland: Kamionek Wielki, Elbląg County Kamionek Wielki, Węgorzewo County...

Last Update: 2017-01-17T19:48:48Z Word Count : 57 Synonim Kamionek Wielki

Książ Wielki

Książ Wielki (Polish pronunciation: [ˈkɕɔ̃ʐ ˈvjɛlkʲi]) is a village in Miechów County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in southern Poland. It is the seat of...

Last Update: 2024-01-27T06:43:27Z Word Count : 371 Synonim Książ Wielki

Cnut

Cnut (/kəˈnjuːt/; Old Norse: Knútr Old Norse pronunciation: [ˈknuːtr]; c. 990 – 12 November 1035), also known as Canute and with the epithet the Great...

Last Update: 2024-07-16T19:34:46Z Word Count : 10011 Synonim Cnut

Teatr Wielki

Teatr Wielki may refer to: Teatr Wielki, Łódź Teatr Wielki, Poznań Teatr Wielki, Warsaw This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title...

Last Update: 2013-03-24T00:50:25Z Word Count : 46 Synonim Teatr Wielki

Rozynsk Wielki

Rozynsk Wielki may refer to the following places in Poland: Rożyńsk Wielki, Gołdap County Różyńsk Wielki Ełk County This disambiguation page lists articles...

Last Update: 2019-12-29T23:48:59Z Word Count : 52 Synonim Rozynsk Wielki

Wielki Bór

Wielki Bór may refer to the following places: Wielki Bór, Greater Poland Voivodeship (west-central Poland) Wielki Bór, Łódź Voivodeship (central Poland)...

Last Update: 2009-01-16T09:52:38Z Word Count : 63 Synonim Wielki Bór

Veliky Novgorod

Veliky Novgorod (Russian: Великий Новгород, lit. 'Great Newtown', IPA: [vʲɪˈlʲikʲɪj ˈnovɡərət]), also known simply as Novgorod (Новгород), is the largest...

Last Update: 2024-07-17T06:30:03Z Word Count : 5734 Synonim Veliky Novgorod

Wielki Buczek

Wielki Buczek may refer to: Wielki Buczek, Kępno County, a village in the administrative district of Gmina Rychtal Wielki Buczek, Złotów County, Gmina...

Last Update: 2019-12-30T20:27:35Z Word Count : 58 Synonim Wielki Buczek

Stożek Wielki

Stożek Wielki (Czech: Velký Stožek; literally "big cone") is a mountain on the border of Poland and the Czech Republic, in the Silesian Beskids mountain...

Last Update: 2024-07-11T11:56:08Z Word Count : 331 Synonim Stożek Wielki

Wisłok Wielki

Wisłok Wielki (Polish pronunciation: [ˈviswɔk ˈfjɛlkʲi]) is a village in the Bukowsko Upland mountains. Since 1999 it is situated in the Subcarpathian...

Last Update: 2024-04-07T12:36:04Z Word Count : 663 Synonim Wisłok Wielki

Wielki Szyszak

Wielki Szyszak (Czech: Vysoké kolo, German: Hohes Rad, literally High Wheel) is a mountain on the border between the Czech Republic and Poland. It is situated...

Last Update: 2023-07-20T10:37:01Z Word Count : 126 Synonim Wielki Szyszak

Offices in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

Crown (Marszałek Wielki Koronny), Grand Marshal of Lithuania (Marszałek Wielki Litewski), Grand Chancellor of the Crown (Kanclerz Wielki Koronny), Grand...

Last Update: 2024-01-25T20:17:15Z Word Count : 5411 Synonim Offices in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

Dobrzeń Wielki

Dobrzeń Wielki (Polish pronunciation: [ˈdɔbʐɛj̃ ˈvjɛlkʲi]) is a village in Opole County, Opole Voivodeship, in south-western Poland. It is the seat of...

Last Update: 2023-09-26T00:18:46Z Word Count : 856 Synonim Dobrzeń Wielki

Muchobór Wielki

Muchobór Wielki (Polish pronunciation: [muˈxɔbur ˈvjɛlki], German: Groß Mochbern, [ɡʁoːs ˈmɔxbɛɐ̯n]) is a district in Wrocław located in the south-western...

Last Update: 2024-02-12T11:35:20Z Word Count : 358 Synonim Muchobór Wielki

Grand Theatre, Poznań

Grand Theatre, Poznań (Polish: Teatr Wielki im. Stanisława Moniuszki w Poznaniu) is a neoclassical opera house located in Poznań, Poland. It is named after...

Last Update: 2024-01-17T10:15:59Z Word Count : 124 Synonim Grand Theatre, Poznań

Mięguszowiecki Szczyt Wielki

Mięguszowiecki Szczyt Wielki or the Mięguszowiecki Grand Peak (Slovak: Veľký Mengusovský štít) is a mountain in the Tatra Mountains, Poland, located on...

Last Update: 2024-06-01T20:00:36Z Word Count : 98 Synonim Mięguszowiecki Szczyt Wielki

Chodaczków Wielki massacre

The Chodaczków Wielki massacre (Polish: Zbrodnia w Chodaczkowie Wielkim) occurred on 16 April 1944 when 862 Poles were killed by the 14th Waffen Grenadier...

Last Update: 2024-01-27T05:51:03Z Word Count : 343 Synonim Chodaczków Wielki massacre

Wielki Krzek

Wielki Krzek is a Polish island in the Szczecin Lagoon, near Wolin, at the mouth of Świna, east of Karsibór. Wielki Krzek is uninhabited and is under...

Last Update: 2023-12-09T20:02:03Z Word Count : 40 Synonim Wielki Krzek

Stolnik

Poland, since the 16th century. Grand Stolnik of the Crown (Polish: Stolnik wielki koronny) Stolnik of the Crown (Polish: Stolnik koronny) Court Stolnik of...

Last Update: 2024-07-08T21:26:20Z Word Count : 510 Synonim Stolnik

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Casimir III the Great

Casimir III the Great (Polish: Kazimierz III Wielki; 30 April 1310 – 5 November 1370) reigned as the King of Poland from 1333 to 1370. He also later became King of Ruthenia in 1340, and fought to retain the title in the Galicia-Volhynia Wars. He was the last Polish king from the Piast dynasty. Casimir inherited a kingdom weakened by war and under his rule it became relatively prosperous and wealthy. He reformed the Polish army and doubled the size of the kingdom. He reformed the judicial system and introduced several undying codified statutes, gaining the title "the Polish Justinian". Casimir built extensively and founded the Jagiellonian University (back then simply called the University of Krakow), the oldest Polish university and one of the oldest in the world. He also confirmed privileges and protections previously granted to Jews and encouraged them to settle in Poland in great numbers. Casimir left no legitimate sons. When he died in 1370 from an injury received while hunting, his nephew, King Louis I of Hungary, succeeded him as king of Poland in personal union with Hungary.


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