Dukes of Silesia

History of the House of Piast during 16th and 17th century comprising mannierist, early and late baroque styles in today's Poland
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Arcaded courtyard of the Brzeg Castle, built for George II, Duke of Brieg (Brzeg) between 1547 and 1560 by Giovanni Battista and his son Franceso de Pario

Arcaded courtyard of the Brzeg Castle, built for George II, Duke of Brieg (Brzeg) between 1547 and 1560 by Giovanni Battista and his son Franceso de Pario

Pendant medal of John Christian, Duke of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) by Anonymous from Brzeg, 1608, Zamek Królewski w Warszawie (ZKW)

Pendant medal of John Christian, Duke of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) by Anonymous from Brzeg, 1608, Zamek Królewski w Warszawie (ZKW)

Portrait of Duchess of Liegnitz (Legnica), possibly Anna Maria (1563-1620) or Emilia (1563-1618) daughter of Henry XI of Liegnitz (Legnica) by Anonymous, ca. 1575 (PD-art/old), Kunsthistorisches Museum

Portrait of Duchess of Liegnitz (Legnica), possibly Anna Maria or Emilia daughter of Henry XI of Liegnitz (Legnica) by Anonymous, ca. 1575 (PD-art/old), Kunsthistorisches Museum

Silver belt, 17th century, Zamek Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu, from the Princely sarcophagus in Brzeg

Silver belt, 17th century, Zamek Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu, from the Princely sarcophagus in Brzeg

Gold ring with a heart, arrows and inscription in German WILS. GOT. SO. GESHICHTS (May God so ordained), end of the 16th century, Zamek Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu, from the Princely sarcophagus in Brzeg

Gold ring with a heart, arrows and inscription in German WILS. GESHICHTS (May God so ordained), end of the century, Zamek Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu, from the Princely sarcophagus in Brzeg

Sibylle Margarethe of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) (Sybilla Małgorzata Piastówna) by Anonymous, ca. 1637 (PD-art/old), Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, second wife of Gerard Denhoff (Gerhard von Dönhoff), Voivode of the Pomeranian Voivodeship

Sibylle Margarethe of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) (Sybilla Małgorzata Piastówna) by Anonymous, ca. 1637 (PD-art/old), Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, second wife of Gerard Denhoff (Gerhard von Dönhoff), Voivode of the Pomeranian Voivodeship

Gold 2 ducats square klippe coin of Duke Adam Wenceslaus of Teschen (Cieszyn) by Cieszyn Mint, 1612, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

Gold 2 ducats square klippe coin of Duke Adam Wenceslaus of Teschen (Cieszyn) by Cieszyn Mint, 1612, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

Gold 10 ducats of Duchess Elizabeth Lucretia of Teschen (Cieszyn) by Cieszyn Mint, 1650, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

Gold 10 ducats of Duchess Elizabeth Lucretia of Teschen (Cieszyn) by Cieszyn Mint, 1650, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

Book with the supralibros of George II of Brieg (Brzeg) (Ernst Brotuff "Genealogia und Chronica des Durchlauchten Hauses der Fürsten zu Anhalt", published in Leipzig in 1556) by Anonymous, 1569, Biblioteka Uniwersytecka we Wrocławiu, inscription in German: DISE GENEALOGIA / HAT DER DVRCHLAV / CHTIGE HOCHGEBOR / NE FVRST VND HERR / HERR GEORG HERTZ / OG  IN SCHLESIEN / ZVR LIGNITZ VND / BRIGG ETC IN DISE / BIBLIOTHECAM / GENEDIG GEGEBEN

Book with the supralibros of George II of Brieg (Brzeg) (Ernst Brotuff "Genealogia und Chronica des Durchlauchten Hauses der Fürsten zu Anhalt", published in Leipzig in 1556) by Anonymous, 1569, Biblioteka Uniwersytecka we Wrocławiu, inscription in German: DISE GENEALOGIA / HAT DER DVRCHLAV / CHTIGE HOCHGEBOR / NE FVRST VND HERR / HERR GEORG HERTZ / OG IN SCHLESIEN / ZVR LIGNITZ VND / BRIGG ETC IN DISE / BIBLIOTHECAM / GENEDIG GEGEBEN

Gold medal of Christian of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) by Daniel Vogt, 1663, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

Gold medal of Christian of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) by Daniel Vogt, 1663, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

Fragment of renaissance portal of the Chojnice Castle with effigies of Frederick III of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) and his wife Catherine of of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, created between 1546 and 1547 by Franceso de Pario

Fragment of renaissance portal of the Chojnice Castle with effigies of Frederick III of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) and his wife Catherine of of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, created between 1546 and 1547 by Franceso de Pario

Gold bouquet handle (blumenhalter), first quarter of the 17th century, Zamek Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu, from the Princely sarcophagus in Brzeg

Gold bouquet handle (blumenhalter), first quarter of the century, Zamek Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu, from the Princely sarcophagus in Brzeg

Child gold ring with monogram IHS, end of the 16th century, Zamek Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu, from the Princely sarcophagus in Brzeg

Child gold ring with monogram IHS, end of the century, Zamek Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu, from the Princely sarcophagus in Brzeg

Gate tower of the Brzeg Castle with effigies of Silesian Piasts, built for George II, Duke of Brieg (Brzeg) between 1554 and 1560 by Giovanni Battista and his son Franceso de Pario

Gate tower of the Brzeg Castle with effigies of Silesian Piasts, built for George II, Duke of Brieg (Brzeg) between 1554 and 1560 by Giovanni Battista and his son Franceso de Pario

4 dukats coin of John Christian and George Rudolph of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) by Hans Rieger, 1617, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

4 dukats coin of John Christian and George Rudolph of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) by Hans Rieger, 1617, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

7 dukats coin of John Christian of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) by Hans Rieger, 1621, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

7 dukats coin of John Christian of Liegnitz-Brieg (Legnica-Brzeg) by Hans Rieger, 1621, Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

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