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Dukes of Sieradz

From 1138 to 1228, part of the Duchy of Kraków and Sandomierz, belonging to the high-dukes of Poland.

Dukes of Sieradz-Łęczyca

After 1305 parts of the united Kingdom of Poland initially as two vassal duchies, later incorporated as Łęczyca Voivodship and Sieradz Voivodship.

Dukes of Sieradz

  • 1233–1234 Boleslaus I of Mazovia (Bolesław I Mazowiecki)
  • 1275–1288 Leszek the Black (Leszek Czarny)
  • 1288–1294 Władysław I the Elbow-high (Władysław Łokietek )
  • 1327–1339 Przemysl of Cuiavia (Przemysł Kujawski)

After 1305 part of the united Kingdom of Poland as a vassal duchy, later after 1339 incorporated by the king Casimir III the Great as the Sieradz Voivodship.

Dukes of Łęczyca

  • 1233–1234 Konrad of Masovia (Konrad Mazowiecki)
  • 1275–1294 Casimir II of Łęczyca (Kazimierz II)
  • 1329–1343 Ladislaus of Dobrzyn (Władysław Dobrzyński)

After 1305 part of the united Kingdom of Poland as a vassal duchy, later after 1343 incorporated by the king Casimir III the Great as the Łęczyca Voivodship.

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