Swietopelk

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Samborides - Origins
... The most important duke was Swietopelk II who in Kashubian traditional history carries the nickname "the Great" ... Swietopelk received Pomerelia as vassaldom from his suzerain, the Polish High Duke Leszek I the White of the Piast dynasty in 1216 or 1217 ... As a result Swietopelk declared himself an independent ruler and dux of Pomerania ...
Swietopelk II, Duke Of Pomerania - Biography
... In 1216 or 1217 Swietopelk was made a steward over Pomerelia or Eastern Pomerania by Leszek the White of Kraków ... In 1218, Swietopelk took advantage a revolt of local knights against Danish rule to acquire Słupsk and Sławno ... After his brother Warcislaw died without heirs, Swietopelk took over his Lubiszewo Tczewskie ...
Duchy of Pomerelia
... After Mestwin I's death, Pomerelia was internally divided among his sons Swietopelk II, Wartislaw, Sambor II and Ratibor ... Swietopelk II, who took his seat in Gdańsk, assumed a leading position over his brothers Sambor II, who received the castellany of Lubieszewo (the center later moved to Tczew ... II and Ratibor allied with the Teutonic Order and the Duke of Kuyavia against Swietopelk, who in turn allied with the Old Prussians, took Ratibor prisoner and temporarily ...
Swietopelk I, Duke Of Pomerania
... Swietopelk I (Polish Świętopełk, also referred to as Swantopolk I), (born around 1080, died before 1148) sometimes called “Swietopelk of Nakło ... Thomas Kantzow also states that Swietopelk was one of the younger sons of Swietibor, who ruled Eastern Pomerania after his father was deposed ... of the Pomeralian dynasty and stated that Swietopelk and his father Swietibor were related to the Piast dynasty through marriage ...