Zofia Ostrogska

Princess Zofia Ostrogska (Lithuanian: Zofija Ostrogiškaitė) (1595–1622) was a Polish–Lithuanian noblewoman of Ruthenian origin, known as the heiress of one of the greatest fortunes in Poland. She was the wealthiest woman in Poland.

Zofia Ostrogska
Princess
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Born1595
Died1622
FamilyOstrogski
ConsortStanisław Lubomirski
Issue
FatherOleksander Ostrogski
MotherAnna Kostka

She married Stanisław Lubomirski in 1613.[1] Through this marriage he became an owner of 18 towns, 313 villages and 163 granges in the provinces of Kraków, Sandomierz, Ruthenia and Volhynia.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Turner, Jane (1996). The Dictionary of Art. Grove. p. 751. ISBN 1884446000. Zofia Ostrogska.