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Title: Difficult Relations between the Family of Chodecz and Bogdan III the One-Eyed
Authors: Niemczyk, Katarzyna
Keywords: Bogdan the One-eyed; Alexander Jagiellon; Elisabeth of Habsburg; Pokuttya,; Sigismund I Jagiellon
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Codrul Cosminului, T. 24, No. 1 (2018), s. 97-112
Abstract: The present paper refers to the relations between the Polish noble family of Chodecz and the ruler of Moldova Bogdan the One-eyed. The aim of this paper is to ana-lyse their mutual relations as well as to find the answer for the question, whether some of the Polish-Moldova conflicts between the years 1509 and 1517 weren’t the result of the difficult relations between these people and were caused by their desire to revenge. The origin of the animosity between them goes back to the year 1505 when Bogdan the One Eyed made an offer to marry the sister of the Polish king Alexander, in exchange wanting to hand over Pokuttya to Poland. He counted on Stanislaus of Chodecz’s support, and after the failure of his efforts he felt cheated. He lost Pokuttya, but didn’t receive Elisabeth as a wife, and he blamed Stanislaus of Chodecz for this. From that time the relations between family of Chodecz and Bogdan were growing worse.
ISSN: 1224-032X
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