According to the Annales regni Polonorum deperditi, the yearbook of Kraków Cathedral (Rocznik kapitulny krakowski), he succeeded Hipolit in 1027 and remained in office until his death on 7 March 1028, and the bishopric may have then remained vacant until 1076.
However, according to the fourteenth-century historian Jan Długosz, Bossuta and Stefan were two separate bishops. Dlugosz records that Stefan, was the successor to Bożętą and had sent a delegation to Rome to complain about the attack and robbery in 1038 of Gniezno Cathedral, by the Bohemian prince Břetislav I who took the relics of brothers Saint Adalbert and Bishop Radim Gaudentius.
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