Zebrzydowski

The Zebrzydowski (feminine form: Zebrzydowska, plural: Zebrzydowscy) was a Polish noble family.

Radwan coat of arms of the Zebrzydowski family

HistoryEdit

The family became important in the second half of the 16th and early 17th century in the First Republic of Poland. Grand Marshal of the Crown Mikołaj Zebrzydowski was one of the key people of the rokosz of 1606 against King Sigismund III Vasa, the so-called Zebrzydowski Rebellion.[1]

Their family seat was Zebrzydowice, Lesser Poland Voivodeship.

Coat of armsEdit

The coat of arms of the House of Zebrzydowski was Radwan.[2]

 
Mikołaj Zebrzydowski
 
Andrzej Zebrzydowski, Bishop of Kraków
 
"Skarga's Sermon" by Jan Matejko. Mikołaj Zebrzydowski is standing in center, dressed in the golden kontusz.

Notable membersEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

BibliographyEdit

  • Dworzaczek Włodzimierz, Genealogia, Warszawa 1959