- Bolesław I the Tall
Bolesław I the Tall (Polish: "Bolesław I Wysoki"; 1127 -
December 7or 8, 1201) was imperial Dukeof Silesia, 1163 - 1172.
He was the eldest son of
Władysław II the Exileand Agnes of Babenberg. After the partition of the province of Silesia (1173) he became Duke of Wrocław. He lost Głogów(1177 – ca. 1185). He was also Duke of Opole(1201). He was in exile three times (1146-1163, 1172-1173, 1177).
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