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Wartislaw VII, duke

German: Wartislaw VII., Herzog, Polish: Warcisław VII, książę
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Birthplace: Of Slupsk,Koszalin,Poland
Death: Died
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Son of Bogislaw V, duke and Adelheid of Brunswick-Grubenhagen
Husband of Maria von Mecklenburg
Father of Erik VII of Pommern King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden and Katharina von Pommern-Stolp af Pommern
Brother of Bogusław VIII "Magnus" Griffin, książę Szczecina, Pomorza; Margareta Małgorzata Bogusławówna and Barnim V, książę
Half brother of Elizabeth of Pomerania and Casimir IV, duke

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Wartislaw VII, Duke of Pomerania

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Wartislaw VII (Polish: Warcisław) (*1363/1365, † 1394/1395)[1] was one of the Dukes of Pomerania. He was the son of Bogislaw V, brother of Casimir IV and Bogislaw VIII. He married Maria of Mecklenburg and was the father of Eric of Pomerania and Catherine.

In 1377 he became Duke of Pomerania in Pomerania-Stolp; at times he was its coruler with his brother, Bogislaw VIII. He maneuvered between two local powers, the Teutonic Knights and the Kingdom of Poland. In 1386 he allied himself with the Knights, but in 1390, in Pyzdry, he allied himself with Poland, and pledged vassalage to king of Poland, Władysław Jagiełło. In return, he received the territory of Nakło from the Polish king.

In 1392-1393 he went on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.[1] According to some sources, the pilgrimage started already in 1391, yet he is also reported to have stayed in Vordingborg in July 1392.[2] On 1 August 1392, Wartislaw, his brother Bogislaw VIII and some clergy of the Bishopric of Cammin met with Johann, the bishop of Lebus, and Johann of Görlitz, a prince of the Margraviate of Brandenburg, in Brandenburgian Landsberg an der Warthe (now Gorzow). Bogislaw returned to Pomerania, and Wartislaw travelled southwards to meet with Wartislaw VIII, Duke of Pomerania. Both Wartislaws then travelled through Hungary. In Smederevo,[nb 1] a town southeast of Belgrad (then part of Hungary, now part of Serbia) Wartislaw VII fell ill, and in 1393 returned to Pomerania while Wartislaw VIII continued the pilgrimage alone.[3]

During Wartislaw VII's absence, the Pomeranian noble Matzke von Borcke auf Stramehl had led a holdup in Pomerania-Stolp, where Bohemian komtur Johann von Mühlheim was robbed on his way to the Teutonic Order state in late 1392. Konrad von Wallenrode, Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights, protested at Wartislaw VII's and Bogislaw VIII's court and demanded satisfaction. Wartislaw and Bogislaw then granted him permission to destroy Matzke's residence Stramehl, which eventually was razed.[4]

Wartislaw died between November 1394 and 23 February 1395.[1]

[edit]See also

List of Pomeranian duchies and dukes

Pomerania during the Late Middle Ages

[edit]Notes

^ Smederevo, also Semengrin or Senderow, in primary sources also spelled Zeuderin, Zenderin, Zuderin, Zanderini, Senendria, Senderin. Zdrenka (1995), p.12.

[edit]References

^ a b c Zdrenka, Joachim (1995). "Die Pilgerfahrten der pommerschen Herzöge ins Heilige Land in den Jahren 1392/1393 und 1406/1407". Baltische Studien (Marburg: Elwert) 81 (127): 10–11.

^ Zdrenka, Joachim (1995). "Die Pilgerfahrten der pommerschen Herzöge ins Heilige Land in den Jahren 1392/1393 und 1406/1407". Baltische Studien (Marburg: Elwert) 81 (127): 10.

^ Zdrenka, Joachim (1995). "Die Pilgerfahrten der pommerschen Herzöge ins Heilige Land in den Jahren 1392/1393 und 1406/1407". Baltische Studien (Marburg: Elwert) 81 (127): 11–13.

^ Branig, Hans; Werner Buchholz (1997). Werner Buchholz. ed. Geschichte Pommerns, Volume I, Vom Werden des neuzeitlichen Staates bis zum Verlust der staatlichen Selbständigkeit, 1300-1648. Böhlau. p. 30. ISBN 3412071897.

Branig, Hans; Werner Buchholz (1997). Werner Buchholz. ed. Geschichte Pommerns, Volume I, Vom Werden des neuzeitlichen Staates bis zum Verlust der staatlichen Selbständigkeit, 1300-1648. Böhlau. pp. 29–30. ISBN 3412071897.

Juliusz Bardach, Historia państwa i prawa Polski, Volume 1, Państwowe Wydawn. Naukowe, 1964, p.589

Władysław Czapliński, Tadeusz Ładogórski, Atlas historyczny polski, Państwowe Przedsiębiorstwo Wydawnictw Kartograficznych, 1970, p.12

William Urban, Terry Jones, Medieval mercenaries: the business of war, MBI Publishing Company, 2006, ISBN 1853676977, Google Print, p.206 -------------------- Hertig Vratislav VII av Pommern, född 1362/1364, stupad 1394/1395, hertig av Pommern medlem av den slaviska/pommerska härskarätten Gryfiterna. Son till hertig Bogislav V av Pommern (död 1373) och Adelheid av Braunschweig-Grubenhagen (död 1406). Han efterträddes som hertig av Pommern av sin bror Bogislav VII av Pommern.

Han var allierad med Vladislav II av Polen.[1]

Vratislav VII gifte sig 1380, före 23 mars, med Maria av Mecklenburg (1363/1365-1402/1403). Paret fick följande barn: 1.Bogislav, senare Erik (omkring 1382-1459), nordisk unionskung 2.Katarina av Pommern (omkring 1390-1426), gift med pfalzgreve Johan av Pfalz (omkring 1383-1443)

Noter[redigera | redigera wikitext]

1.^ Sverige och Polen under medeltiden, Gottfrid Carlsson, 1961

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1362
1362
Of Slupsk,Koszalin,Poland
1380
1380
Age 18
1382
1382
Age 20
Darłowo, Sławno, Zachodniopomorskie, Poland
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Poland
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