Person:Mieszko III the Old (1)

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Mieszko III the Old _____
b.Abt 1105
d.13 Mar 1201/02
m. 1113
  1. Mieszko III the Old _____Abt 1105 - 1201/02
  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
  1. Odon _____Abt 1144 - 1194
  2. Stephen of Greater PolandAbt 1150 - Bet 1166 & 1177
  3. Princess Judita PiastAbt 1152 - Aft 1201
  4. Elisabeth _____, of Greater Poland, Duchess of Bohemia1152 - 1209
  5. Wierzchoslawa Ludmiła Mieszkówna of Greater PolandBef 1153 - Bef 1223
  • HMieszko III the Old _____Abt 1105 - 1201/02
  • WEudoxia of KievAbt 1131 - Abt 1187
  1. Princess Swinislawa Piast - 1240
  2. Bolesław of Kuyavia1159 - 1195
  3. Mieszko _____1160 - 1193
  4. Anastasia of Greater PolandAbt 1164 - Aft 1240
  5. Władysław III _____1165 - 1231
  1. Odon Otton Piast
Facts and Events
Name Mieszko III the Old _____
Alt Name Rei Mieszko III Piast
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1105 House of Piast
Marriage to Princess Elisabeth _____, of Hungary
Marriage to Eudoxia of Kiev
Marriage to Erzsebet Arpad
Occupation? Bet 1173 and 1177 Duke of Greater Poland
Occupation? Bet 1199 and 1202 Duke of Greater Poland
Death? 13 Mar 1201/02
Reference Number? Q54013?


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Mieszko III the Old (c. 1126/27 – 13 March 1202), of the royal Piast dynasty, was Duke of Greater Poland from 1138 and High Duke of Poland, with interruptions, from 1173 until his death.

He was the fourth and second surviving son of Duke Bolesław III Wrymouth of Poland, by his second wife Salomea, daughter of the German count Henry of Berg-Schelklingen.

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References
  1.   Mieszko III the Old, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.