Person:Casimir II the Just (1)

Casimir II the Just _____
d.5 May 1194
m. 1113
  1. Mieszko III the Old _____Abt 1105 - 1201
  2. Leszek of PolandBet 1115 & 1116 - Bef 1131
  3. Richeza of Poland _____1116 - Aft 1156
  4. Bolesław IV _____Est 1125 - 1173
  5. Dobroniega of Poland1128 - Aft 1160
  6. Judyta of PolandBet 1130 & 1135 - Bet 1171 & 1175
  7. Henry of SandomierzEst 1131 - 1166
  8. Agnieszka of Poland1137 - Aft 1182
  9. Casimir II the Just _____1138 - 1194
m. Abt 1163
  1. Anastazja _____, Princess of Sandomierz1164 - 1194
  2. Adelaide of Poland1170 - 1211
  3. Leszek I the White _____Abt 1186 - 1227
  4. Konrad I of Masovia1187 - 1247
Facts and Events
Name Casimir II the Just _____
Unknown Kazimierz _____, Prince of Sandomierz
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1138 of, Krakow, Poland
Marriage Abt 1163 to Helen of Znojmo
Death? 5 May 1194
Reference Number? Q53456?


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Casimir II the Just (; 1138 – 5 May 1194) was a Lesser Polish Duke of Wiślica from 1166–1173, and of Sandomierz after 1173. He became ruler over the Polish Seniorate Province at Kraków and thereby High Duke of Poland in 1177; a position he held until his death, though interrupted once by his elder brother and predecessor Mieszko III the Old. In 1186 Casimir also inherited the Duchy of Masovia from his nephew Leszek, becoming the progenitor of the Masovian branch of the royal Piast dynasty, and great-grandfather of the later Polish king Władysław I the Elbow-high. The honorific title "the Just" was not contemporary and only appeared in the 16th century.

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References
  1. Casimir II the Just, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.