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  1. Tombstone with a representation of Anna, Mindelheim, Germany. Anna of Poland (1366–1425) was a Polish princess born into the House of Piast, and by marriage was Countess of Celje, also called Cilli, a medieval feudal dynasty within the Holy Roman Empire. She was an influential woman in politics of Poland .

  2. Anna of Greater Poland (Polish: Anna wielkopolska ; b. 1253 – d. aft. 26 June 1295), was a Greater Poland princess member of the House of Piast and abbess at Owińska. She was the third daughter (twin with Euphemia) of Przemysł I , Duke of Greater Poland and Poznań , by his wife Elisabeth , daughter of Henry II the Pious , Duke of Wrocław .

  3. Anna of Poland (1366–1425) was countess consort of Cilli, a medieval Slovenian feudal state, and an influential woman in politics of Poland. She was daughter of King Casimir III of Poland, who was succeeded, not by Anna nor any of Casimir's own descendants, but by Casimir's nephew, King Louis I of Hungary.

  4. In 1586-1587, when Prince Sigismund of Sweden was elected king of Poland, his maternal aunt, Queen Anna Jagiellon, resummed the old plans of a marriage between Sigismund and Anna. Anna's parents, however, still preferred the match with Henry of Lorraine, especially because of the political instability in Poland, the opposition of chancellor Jan Zamoisky and Archbishop Maximilian's desire for the Polish crown.

  5. 01/04/2017 · Anna of Poland. Slovenian: Ana Piast, German: Anna von Polen, Russian: Анна П'яст (Казимирівна), Polish: Anna Kazimierzówna. Birthdate: 1366. Death: circa 1425 (54-64) Immediate Family: Daughter of Casimir the Great, King of Poland and Hedwig de Glogau. Wife of William, Count of Celje and Ulrich, Duke of Teck.

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  6. Anna of Poland: Birthdate: 1253: Birthplace: Poland: Death: June 26, 1295 (41-42) Immediate Family: Daughter of Duke Przemysł I of Greater Poland and Elżbieta wrocławska ks. śląska Sister of Konstancja of Poland; Eufrozyna; Euphemia of Poland and Przemysł II, King of Poland. Managed by: Private User Last Updated: