The Princesses of Lithuania / T-Shirts for girls

Aldona, Elzbieta, Eufemija, Aigusta.
The Princesses of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.


From the collection RULERS OF LITHUANIA
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Aldona – the daughter of Gediminas, Grand Duke of Lithuania, a princess of the Grand Duchy of LithuaniaQueen consort of Poland (1333–1339). 1325 Aldona married Casimir III of Poland, the son of King Władysław I, the last Polish king from the Piast dynasty, before marriage baptized Ona or Anna. The marriage strengthened the first Polish–Lithuanian coalition against the Teutonic Knights. This coalition was a prelude to the Union of Krewo in 1385, and the Union of Lublin in 1569, which resulted in the creation of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
Elzbieta, a daughter of Gediminas, Grand Duke of Lithuania, a princess of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, married Wacław of Płock, one of the dukes of Masovia in modern-day eastern Poland. Her second name is recorded in writings by Maciej Stryjkowski as Danmila and Teodor Narbutt Damila
Eufemija – a daughter of Gediminas, Grand Duke of Lithuania, a princess of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (also known as Marija, Ofka, and Anka) married Bolesław Jerzy II of Galicia, in modern-day Ukraine, in 1331. The marriage was engineered in 1323 when the brothers Lev and Andrew of Galicia were slain without leaving heirs. Instead of replacing them with his own son Liubartas and risking a war with Poland, Gediminas forged a compromise with Władysław I of Poland. Both parties agreed to install Bolesław, cousin of Władysław I and nephew of Gediminas' son-in-law Wacław of Płock, with the marriage to take place later. Bolesław at the time was fourteen years old. In this way the war for control of Galicia–Volhynia was postponed until after Bolesław's poisoning in 1340; control of the area was not stabilized until 1370. According to Teodor Narbutt, Eufemija was drowned beneath the ice of the Vistula River on 5 February 1342 in order to keep her out of the succession disputes. 
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