Duchy of Lubiszewo

Duchy of Lubiszewo,[a] since 1252 or 1253 also known as the Duchy of Lubiszewo and Tczew,[b] and the Duchy of Tczew,[c] was a duchy in the Pomerelia centred around the towns of Lubiszewo and Tczew. Its capital was originally Lubiszewo, and since 1252 or 1253, it was moved to Tczew. Its only ruler was duke Sambor II of the Samboride dynasty.[1]

Duchy of Lubiszewo
Księstwo lubiszewskie (Polish)
1227/1233–1236
1239–1243
1251–1269
StatusVassal of the Duchy of Gdańsk (1227/1233–1236, 1239–1243)
Vassal of the State of the Teutonic Order (1251–1269)
CapitalLubiszewo (1227/1233–1252/1253)
Tczew (1252/1253–1270)
Official languagesPolish, Latin
Religion
Roman Catholic
GovernmentDuchy
Duke 
• 1227/1233–1236, 1239–1243, 1251–1269
Sambor II
Historical eraHigh Middle Ages
• Partition of the Duchy of Świecie and Lubiszewo
1227/1233
• Incorporation into the Duchy of Gdańsk
1236
• Reestablishment of the state
1239
• Incorporation into the Duchy of Gdańsk
1242
• Reestablishent of the state
1251
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Duchy of Świecie and Lubiszewo
Duchy of Gdańsk
Duchy of Gdańsk
Duchy of Świecie

The state was established between 1227 and 1233, in the partition of the Duchy of Świecie and Lubiszewo, as the vassal of the Duchy of Gdańsk.[2][3] It existed until 1236, when it got conquered by the Duchy of Gdańsk during the war between two countries.[4] It was reestablished in 1239 by Swietopelk II, Duke of Gdańsk, as his vassal, with Sambor II being allowed to return on the throne.[5] It got again incorporated into the Duchy of Gdańsk in 1243.[6] It was re-established in 1251 as the vassal of the State of the Teutonic Order.[4] It existed until 1269, when it got incorporated into the Duchy of Świecie during the civil war in Pomerelia.[7]

CitationsEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Polish: Księstwo lubiszewskie
  2. ^ Polish: księstwo lubiszewsko-tczewskie
  3. ^ Polish: księstwo tczewskie

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Krzysztof Korda: Księstwo lubiszewsko-tczewskie, 2000.
  2. ^ Labuda Gerard, Mściwoj I, Słownik biograficzny Pomorza Nadwiślańskiego, vol. 3, Gdańsk. 1997.
  3. ^ Józef Wójcicki, Dzieje Polski nad Bałtykiem. Warsaw. Książka i Wiedza. 1989, p. 39.
  4. ^ a b Marek Smoliński, Świętopełk Gdański, chapter 3.5.
  5. ^ Błażej Śliwiński, Sambor II, p. 90-91.
  6. ^ "Sambor II". poczet.com (in Polish).
  7. ^ Gerard Labuda: Zwycięstwo ustroju wczesnofeudalnego na Pomorzu Wschodnim (1120–1310), In: Historia Pomorza, vol. 1: do roku 1466. Poznań, 1972. p. 531.

BibliographyEdit

  • Gerard Labuda: Zwycięstwo ustroju wczesnofeudalnego na Pomorzu Wschodnim (1120–1310), In: Historia Pomorza, vol. 1: do roku 1466. Poznań, 1972.