The last medieval dukedom: the coronation of Mindaugas
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The last medieval dukedom: the coronation of Mindaugas
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Rimvydas Petrauskas | ldkistorija.lt 2017 august 18 d. 14:47

The Lithuanian dukedom was in existence for 10 years only:
from the coronation of Mindaugas in July 1253 to his murder
in 1263. Later two more attempts to create the Lithuanian
Dukedom were known. Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas tried
to do that at the end of his life in 1429–1430. In 1526, a
new plan was born at the Council of Lords of the Grand Duchy
of Lithuania to establish a separate Kingdom of Lithuania by
crowning Sigismund August, the juvenile son of Sigismund the
Old. Both of these attempts failed.

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