1086 - 1138 (52 years)
Has more than 100 ancestors and more than 100 descendants in this family tree.
||Salome von Berg-Schelklingen, d. 1144 |
| ||1. Richza Polski, b. 12 Apr 1116, d. Aft 25 Dec 1155 (Age 39 years)|
| ||2. Hzg. Boleslaw von Masowien, IV, 'Krauskopf', b. 1122, d. 1173 (Age 51 years)|
|+||3. Hzg. Miesko Polski, 'III, der Alte', b. 1126, d. 13 Mar 1202 (Age 76 years)|
| ||4. Judyta Polski, b. 1132, d. 1175 (Age 43 years)|
| ||5. Agnieszka Polski, b. 1137, d. 1181 (Age 44 years)|
| ||6. Kazimierz Polski, II, 'the Just', b. 1138, d. 5 May 1194 (Age 56 years)|
| ||7. NN Polski, d. Yes, date unknown|
||15 Sep 2010 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Boleslaus III, Duke of Poland. The Kingdom of Poland had been divided by his father, Ladislaus Herman, between Boleslaus and his elder brother Zbigniew, whose legitimacy was disputed. Zbigniew was supported by the Holy Roman emperor and other powers; however, Boleslaus defeated Zbigniew and reunited the Kingdom. He routed in 1109 Holy Roman Emperor Heinrich V at Hundsfeld and warred against Bohemia, Hungary, and Kiev. Having also regained Pommern, which Mieszko II had lost to Denmark, Boleslaus entrusted the Christianization of its inhabitants to the Bishop of Bamberg. In 1135 at Merseburg he signed a treaty with Holy Roman Emperor Lothar II, by which he received Pommern and Rügen as fiefs of the empire. Vainly seeking to prevent the disintegration of his Kingdom, Boleslaus altered the law of succession of his dynasty. Among his sons, Kasimir II was the most notable.