Władysław II Jagiełło Gediminaitis
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Jogaila Gediminaitis (abt. 1351 - 1434)

Jogaila (Władysław II Jagiełło) "King of Poland" Gediminaitis aka Algirdaitis
Born about in Vilnius, Vilnius, Lithuaniamap
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Husband of — married 7 Feb 1422 in Krakow, Krakow, Polandmap
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Died in Gorodok Yagellonski, Lvov, Ukrainemap
Profile last modified | Created 19 Jun 2015
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European Aristocracy
Władysław II Jagiełło Gediminaitis was a member of the aristocracy in Europe.

He was the son of Olgierd Giedyminowicz. He passed away in 1434.[1]


Date: 1434-06-01
Place: Gorodok Yagellonski, Lvov, Ukraine

Imported only 1434 from Death Date.


  1. A source for this information is needed.

Cawley, Charles, 'Poland: Chapter 5 - Kings of Poland 1386-1572 (Lithuania/Jagiello)', version 3.0 30 May 2014 in Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families, (http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/POLAND.htm#_Toc360003924)

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posted by [Living Sälgö]
Jagiello-1 and Giedyminowicz-12 appear to represent the same person because: King Jagie??o was from Giedyminowicz dynasty
posted by Stanisław Sroka
This Grand Duke of Lithuania Jogaila Algirdaitis became King of Poland upon marriage to the Polish Queen Jadwyga. A condition for the marriage was that Jogaila be baptised (like most Lithuanians, he had until then been pagan). He was baptised under the name W?adys?aw and was henceforth known in Polish history as King W?adys?aw II Jagie??o (Jagie??o being the polish rendition of his pagan LIthuanian name Jogaila.) In Lithuanian history he is known as Jogaila Algirdaitis, Algirdaitis being his patronymic, meaning son of Algirdas. Jagie??o (Jogaila) is not the surname of this Ruler; it is his original given name. Jogaila had no surname: in lieu thereof, the patronymic Algirdaitis is used by Lithuanians, whereas the Poles call him by his 2 given names.

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