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  • Alexander Jagiellon, King of Poland (1461 - 1506)
    Links: Wikipedia Grand Duke of Lithuania ' Reign 1492–1506 Predecessor: Casimir IV Successor: Sigismund I King of Poland: Reign 1501–1506
  • Anna Jagiellon, Princess of Poland (1476 - 1503)
    Anne Jagellon (1) F, #114709, b. 12 March 1476, d. 12 August 1503 Last Edited=14 May 2009 Consanguinity Index=0.05% Anne Jagellon was born on 12 March 1476 at Krakow, Poland.2 She was the daughter ...
  • Anna Queen consort of Bohemia-Hungary (1503 - 1547)
    Links: The Peerage Geneall Find A Grave Wikipedia Anna, Queen of Bohemia and Hungary, also sometimes known as Anna Jagellonica (Buda (now Budapest), Hungary, July 23, 1503 – Prague, Bohem...
  • Barbara Jagiellon of Poland, Princess, Duchess consort of Saxony (1478 - 1534)
    Barbara of Poland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Barbara of Poland (15 July 1478 — 15 February 1534 [1]) was a princess of Poland and a duchess of Saxony. Family Barbara was the daughter...
  • Casimir IV Jagiellon, King of Poland (1427 - 1492)
    Links: The Peerage Geneall Wikipedia: English Polska Grand Duke of Lithuania: Reign 29 June 1440 – 7 June 1492 Coronation 29 June 1440 in Vilnius Cathedral Predecessor: Sigismund Kęst...

About the Jagiellon surname

According to recorder family tradition Jagiellon family was descended from Gelón son of Héraklés and adopted this very surname for his memory .

Indeed ,there were descendants of the latter living in Eastern Europe ,who may be succeeded by Lithuanians ,but talking about a royal family it is more likely its ancestor was one of the members of the nobility induced by Alexander ,among whom we can find another Gelón,son of Hierón of Sikelia . So I think,tha letter and later one is the ancestor of the dynasty ,not exluding he did rule some Gelón tribes somewhere .

This Gelón ,the new one , is called in Byblical tradition E'Al-Lawa-Ga-Wan-Newa ,and is thet ancestor of Gunnuna people of the Pampas ,rendered Ga-E'Al-Lawa-Wan Newa in another way . His father was A-Neg-Ra-Rawa-Ha who is likely to have had occupied the American continent with his army via the Easter Island to found the Inca dynasty of lasting for centuries there ,in about 274 BC corresponding to 1075 and 113 of the European aeras of the Italians and Spanish beginning in 1349 and 1387 BC respectively,the latter of which is now used all over the continent and in major parts of the globalised Earth,as it is known .

Due to its conections with Roman emperors, and especially to the Toscanian Augustus Octavianus , this dynasty of Idumaia ,founded by Hierón's father ,who was king of Nabataia and of Gupta under the name Bin-Du-Sara ,seems to have members had to participate in the Romans' campaigns throughout

the world, and so it came to Eulagerdus ,also rendered as Olgierd or Algirdas ,to be appointed for king 

of regions of later Jagiellon dominace by the latters ,and to some of his mates and kinmen to settle in them until this very day .

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