Looking for their place under the sun: Lithuanian refugees in the West and East
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Looking for their place under the sun: Lithuanian refugees
in the West and East
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Rimvydas Petrauskas ldkistorija.lt 2017 june 27 d. 09:55

What were the first immigrants running away from? In 1268
Lithuanian noble Šiukšta (nobilis Suxe) was baptized with
the name of Nicholas in Riga. He took an oath of vassal
dependence to the local archbishop, and gave him his
patrimonial holdings in Nalšia and received them back from
the archbishop as a feudal fief. At the time Lithuania was
dealing with internal conflicts after the killing of King
Mindaugas.

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