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Voivode Of Polotsk
Coat of arms Połock
Połock
Voivodeship
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Grand Duchy Of Lithuania
The Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Lithuania
was a European state from the 13th century[1] until 1795,[2] when the territory was partitioned among the Russian Empire, the Kingdom of Prussia, and Austria. The state was founded by the Lithuanians, one of the polytheistic Baltic tribes
Baltic tribes
from Aukštaitija.[3][4][5] The Grand Duchy later expanded to include large portions of the former Kievan Rus'
Kievan Rus'
and other Slavic lands, including territory of present-day Belarus, parts of Ukraine, Poland
Poland
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Minsk Voivodeship
Coat of arms Minsk
Minsk
Voivodeship in red. Voivodeship's borders did not change since the Union of Lublin.Capital MinskHistory •  Established 1566 •  Second partition of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1793Area 55,500 km2 (21,429 sq mi)Political subdivisions counties: three Minsk
Minsk
Voivodeship (Belarusian: Менскае ваяводзтва, Menskaje vajavodztva, Polish: Województwo mińskie, Latin: Palatinatus Minscensis) was a unit of administrative division and local government in Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Grand Duchy of Lithuania
since 1566[1] and later in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, until the partitions of the Commonwealth in 1793
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Polish Senat
Government
Government
(66)[1]     PiS (66)Opposition (31)[1]     PO (31)Others (3)[1]     Independents (3)ElectionsVoting systemFirst-past-the-postLast electionOctober 2015Meeting placeThe Sejm
Sejm
Building Śródmieście, WarsawWebsitesenat.gov.plThe Senate
Senate
(Polish: Senat) is the upper house of the Polish parliament, the lower house being the 'Sejm'. The history of the Polish Senate
Senate
is rich in tradition and stretches back over 500 years. It was one of the first constituent bodies of a bicameral parliament in Europe and existed without hiatus until the dismemberment of the Polish state in 1795. After a brief period of existence in the inter-war period the Senate
Senate
was again abolished (by many accounts illegally) by the authorities of the People's Republic of Poland
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Janusz Kiszka
Janusz Kiszka
Janusz Kiszka
(born 1600 in Krzywicze[1] (today Belarus) – 1653) was a Polish[2] politician and magnate in the 17th century Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Last of the Kiszka family. Royal Rotmistrz, starosta of Parnawa
Parnawa
from 1610, Voivode of Polock since 1621, Field Lithuanian Hetman
Hetman
since 1635, Great Lithuanian Hetman since 1646.[3] Raised a Calvinist, he converted with his father and brothers to Roman Catholicism in 1606. Unlike his siblings, he was quite tolerant of his former co-religionists, also because his wife was a Calvinist too. He married Krystyna Drucka-Sokolińska, and had no heirs.Coat of arms of DąbrowaBibliography[edit]^ Herbarz polski Kaspra Niesieckiego S.J., t. V, Lipsk 1840, s. 103. ^ T. Wasilewski, Janusz Kiszka
Janusz Kiszka
[w:] Polski Słownik Biograficzny, t. XII, 1966-1967, s. 508-510. ^ T
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Aleksander Ludwik Radziwiłł
Prince Aleksander Ludwik Radziwiłł
Aleksander Ludwik Radziwiłł
(Lithuanian: Aleksandras Liudvikas Radvila) (4 August 1594 – 30 March 1654) was a Polish-Lithuanian nobleman. He was the Ordynat of Nieśwież, Stolnik
Stolnik
of Lithuania since 1626, Krajczy of Lithuania since 1630, governor of Brześć Litewski Voivodeship since 1631 to 1635, Court Marshal of Lithuania since 1635, Grand Marshal of Lithuania in 1637-1654 and voivode of Połock Voivodship since 1654. He also held the title Starost słonimski, upicki, brasławski, szadowski, nowowołyński, jurborski, olicki. He married Tekla Anna Wołłowicz in 1626, Katarzyna Eugenia Tyszkiewicz in 1639 and Lucricia Marie Strozzi in October, 1642 in Warsaw
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Jan Kazimierz Sapieha The Younger
Jan Kazimierz Sapieha the Younger
Jan Kazimierz Sapieha the Younger
(Lithuanian: Jonas Kazimieras Sapiega jaunesnysis) (1637–1720) was a Grand Hetman
Hetman
of Lithuania commencing in 1682. He held the title of a Duke starting in 1700. In 1681 he became Field Hetman
Hetman
of Lithuania, the following year he also became the voivode of Vilnius. He commanded the Lithuanian Army contingent of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth during the campaign to lift the Siege of Vienna by the Ottoman Turks. When the main Polish Army under the King of Poland John III Sobieski, who was nominated the Supreme Commander of the Holy League, marched on Vienna and played a decisive role in the battle, it left Poland undefended
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Jan Jacek Ogiński
Prince Jan Jacek Ogiński (Lithuanian: Jonas Jackus Oginskis) (1619 - 24 February 1684, Krakow) was a nobleman, commander and statesman of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. He was also known as Jan Samuelewicz Ogiński. He served as hetman of Lithuania from 1683 to 1684, an office also later held by the youngest of Jan's four sons, Grzegorz Antoni Ogiński. Sources (in Polish)[edit]http://ipsb.tymczasowylink.pl/index.php/a/jan-jacek-oginski-h-wlasnego Leszek A, Wierzbicki, Akt konfederacji wojska litewskiego zawiązanej w Kobryniu 22 listopada 1672 roku, w: Res Historica, t. 21, Lublin 2005, s. 137. 2.Skocz do góry ↑ Volumina Legum, t. V, Petersburg 1860, s
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Stanisław Ernest Denhoff
Stanisław Michał Ernest Denhoff
Denhoff
(German: Dönhoff, Latin: Stanislaus Michael Ernest Denhoff) (c. 1673 – 2 August 1728) was a Polish aristocrat, Grand Master of the Hunt of Lithuania (from 1697), Grand Chorąży of the Crown (1704–1721), voivode of Połock (1721–1728), politician and a military commander (Field Hetman of Lithuania, 1709–1728). He was a Starost of numerous territories (nowokorczyński, kałuski, kościerski, lubocheński, mozyrski, latowicki, lucyński, zydekański).Contents1 Biography 2 Marriage and issue 3 Bibliography 4 ReferencesBiography[edit]The Sieniawski family with Stanisław Ernest Denhoff
Denhoff
on the left side.He was born a member of the Denhoff
Denhoff
family, a Polish noble family of the Baltic German origin (the German family name was Dönhoff)
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Aleksander Michał Sapieha
Aleksander Michał Paweł Sapieha (Lithuanian: Aleksandras Mykolas Sapiega) of Lis coat of arms
Lis coat of arms
(1730 in Wysokie – 1793 in Warsaw) was a noble of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
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Józef Sylwester Sosnowski
Józef Sylwester Sosnowski
Józef Sylwester Sosnowski
(died 31 December 1783), of the Nałęcz coat-of-arms, was a Polish-Lithuanian magnate — Voivode of Smolensk (from 1771) and Połock (from 1781), Grand Notary of Lithuania (1754), Field Notary of Lithuania (1764–71), Field Hetman of Lithuania (1775–80), a delegate to the Convocation Sejm
Convocation Sejm
of 1764, and Marshall of the Electoral Sejm of 1764. Sosnowski is best remembered as the father of a love interest of Tadeusz Kościuszko's, Ludwika Sosnowska
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Administrative Divisions Of Lithuania
This article is about the administrative divisions of Lithuania.Contents1 Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Lithuania
(1251–1569) 2 Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Lithuania
(1569–1795) 3 Russian Empire
Russian Empire
(1795–1914) 4 Interwar (1918–1940) 5 Soviet system (1940–1994) 6 Division until dissolution of counties in 2010 (1994–2010) 7 Comparison of post-1918 systems 8 See also 9 ReferencesGrand Duchy of Lithuania
Lithuania
(1251–1569)[edit] In the earliest stages of the formation of the Lithuanian state, there had been several lands (Lithuanian: plural – žemės, singular – žemė), such as Nalšia, Deltuva
Deltuva
and Lietuva, as well as others. They were ruled by regional dukes. When King Mindaugas
Mindaugas
(1251–1263) unified the state, he killed, expelled, or subjugated most of the regional dukes
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Trakai Voivodeship
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
(1569–1795)← 1413–1795 →   →   →   →Coat of arms Trakai
Trakai
Voivodeship (in red) in the 17th centuryCapital TrakaiGovernment MonarchyLegislature SejmikHistory •  Established by Union of Horodło 1413 •  Union of Lublin 1569 •  Third Partition of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth 1795Area •  1570 31,100 km2 (12,008 sq mi) •  1790 23,885 km2 (9,222 sq mi)Population •  1790 288,000 Density 12.1 /km2  (31.2 /sq mi)Political subdivisions Counties: 4Today part of Lithuania, Poland, BelarusPopulation and area are given according to Vaitiekūnas, Stasys (2006). Lietuvos gyventojai: Per du tūkstantmečius (in Lithuanian). Vilnius: Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidybos institutas
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Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
The Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, formally the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland
Poland
and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, after 1791 the Commonwealth of Poland, was a dualistic state, a bi-confederation of Poland
Poland
and Lithuania
Lithuania
ruled by a common monarch, who was both the King of Poland
Poland
and the Grand Duke
Duke
of Lithuania. It was one of the largest[2][3] and most populous countries of 16th- and 17th-century Europe
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Vilnius Voivodeship
Coat of arms Vilnius
Vilnius
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Polotsk Voivodeship
Coat of arms Połock
Połock
Voivodeship
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