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Duninowie

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Duninowie

The Duninowie also Łabędzie was a Polish knight family. Możnowładcy (magnates) in medieval Poland.

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History

The progenitor of the family was Piotr Włostowic, a voivode and adviser of Duke Bolesław III Wrymouth.

Notable members

  • Piotr Włostowic - progenitor, castellan of Wrocław, and a ruler (możnowładca) of a part of Silesia
  • Świętosław – son of Piotr Włostowic (?-1153)
  • Piotr (?-1198), Archbishop of Gniezno - probably the fundator of the Gniezno Doors
  • Piotr Dunin z Prawkowic (ca. 1415-1484) - led the Polish army to victory over the Teutonic Knights in the Battle of Świecino at Malbork castle
  • Stanisław Dunin-Karwicki (1640-1724) - politician and political writer
  • Marcin Dunin-Sulgostowski (1774-1842) - Primate of Poland 1831-1842
  • Stanisław Jan Borkowski (1782-1850) - geologist and philanthropist
  • Stanisław Dunin-Wąsowicz (1785-1864) - general of the November Uprising
  • Wincenty Dunin-Marcinkiewicz (1808-1884) – poet, dramatist
  • Alfons Dunin-Borkowski (1850-1907) - painter, follower of Jan Matejko
  • Teodor Dunin (1854-1909) - physician
  • Kazimierz Dunin-Markiewicz (1867-1932) - painter, playwright and theatre director
  • Rodryg Dunin (1870-1928) - industrialist and agriculturalist
  • Kazimierz Szpotański (1887–1966) - engineer, founder of ZWAR
  • Michał Dunin-Wąsowicz (1888-1936) - officer of the Polish Army
  • Piotr Dunin-Borkowski (1890-1949) - politician, voivode of Lwów, diplomate
  • Rupert Dunin (18th century) - member of the Sejm
  • Antoni Dunin (1907–1939) - officer of the Polish Army
  • Krzysztof Dunin-Wąsowicz (1923-2013) - historian
  • Teresa Dunin-Karwicka (born 1931) - ethnographer
  • References

    Duninowie Wikipedia


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