Władysław Odonic

1190 - 1239

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Władysław (also named Włodzisław) Odonic (nicknamed Plwacz) (Polish: Władysław (Włodzisław) Odonic (Plwacz); Latin: Ladislaus) (c. 1190 – 5 June 1239) was a duke of Kalisz 1207–1217, duke of Poznań 1216–1217, ruler of Ujście in 1223, ruler of Nakło from 1225, and duke of all Greater Poland 1229–1234; from 1234 until his death he was ruler over only the north and east of the Warta river (some historians believed that shortly before his death, he lost Ujście and Nakło). He was a son of Duke Odon of Kalisz by his wife Viacheslava, daughter of Prince Yaroslav Osmomysl of Halych. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Władysław Odonic has received more than 34,162 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Władysław Odonic is the 712th most popular nobleman, the 662nd most popular biography from Poland and the 13th most popular Polish Nobleman.

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Among people born in 1190, Władysław Odonic ranks 7Before him are Pope Clement IV, Sorghaghtani Beki, Sundiata Keita, Vincent of Beauvais, Jordan of Saxony, and Maria of Brabant, Holy Roman Empress. After him are Indravarman II and Theobald VI, Count of Blois. Among people deceased in 1239, Władysław Odonic ranks 4Before him are Hermann von Salza, Emperor Go-Toba, and Albert IV, Count of Habsburg.

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Among people born in Poland, Władysław Odonic ranks 662 out of 1,231Before him are Johann Dzierzon (1811), Paweł Adamowicz (1965), Janusz Gajos (1939), Marek Hłasko (1934), Halina Konopacka (1900), and Rudolf Ramek (1881). After him are Lazarus Fuchs (1833), Helena Modjeska (1840), Friedrich Gilly (1772), Duke William Frederick Philip of Württemberg (1761), Jan Tomaszewski (1948), and Maria Dąbrowska (1889).

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