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Boleslaus II of Poland

Boleslaus II the Bold 1058-1079, duke of Poland, supported pope Gregory VII, but had the Bishop of Krakow St. Stanislaus[?] put to death as a traitor. The king was forced into exile and Ladislaus Herman of Poland, 1079-1102, became duke of Poland. After him, two brothers, Zbigniew and Boleslaus, ruled jointly from 1102-1107.



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