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  1. In 1427, the Polish nobility initiated an anti-Jagiellonian opposition and attempted to have Władysław II Jagiełło's sons Władysław III and Casimir IV Jagiellon declared illegitimate to the Polish throne as they, being sons of a Lithuanian noblewoman Sophia of Halshany, had no blood link to the previous ruling Polish dynasty, the Piasts, however Casimir's father ensured the succession ...

  2. Casimir compensated for the delayed dowry and provided his wife with financial security when in December 1461, after the death of Queen Sophia, he transferred a number of royal lands in Sophia's possessions to Elisabeth, including Korczyn, Wiślica, Żarnowiec, Radom, Jedlnia, Kozienice, Chęciny, Łęczyca, Kłodawa, Pyzdry, Konin, Inowrocław.

  3. (1) Gaudemantė Sophia di Lituania due figli e una figlia (2) Kunigunde di Boemia un figlio e due figlie (ripudiata) Nipote di Corrado Enrico IV il Probo: ca. 1257/158 1288 1289 Breslavia 23 giugno 1290 (1) Costanza di Opole nessun figlio (nozze annullate) (2) Matilde di Brandenburgo nessun figlio: Nipote di Enrico II Boleslao II di Masovia: ca ...