Miecław's State

Miecław's State was created by the former cześnik of king Mieszko II, Miecław in the times of the crisis inside the Piast Monarchy. The State fell after the battle with Casimir I the Restorer where Miecław died during the fight.

Państwo Miecława
1037–1047
CapitalPłock
Common languagesPolish (Old Polish)
Religion
Slavic paganism
History 
• Established
1037
• Death of Miecław in the battle.
1047
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Kingdom of Poland (1025–1385)
Kingdom of Poland (1025–1385)
  Territory of the Miecław's State

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