The Jagiellonians: A List

Drawing firm boundaries around a dynasty, deciding who is ‘in’ and who is ‘out’, is a slippery business. The project will examine where the Jagiellonians themselves understood these boundaries to lie, from the 14th to the 16th centuries. Historians have defined the Jagiellonian family in very different ways – variously including or excluding its female members, the spouses of Jagiellonians, illegitimate offspring, members of the dynasty who died in infancy etc. The question of exactly when and where the Jagiellonians ‘begin’ – and with whom – is a particularly vexed one in Polish and Lithuanian scholarship.

Notes

  • Members of the dynasty are defined here as Jagiellonian monarchs / grand dukes and their offspring.
  • Jagiellonians are listed chronologically, in birth order.
  • The spouses of Jagiellonians are marked with an *.
  • Jagiellonians who died in infancy are marked with an +
  • The dates given for queen consorts are the date of marriage; not of coronation.
  • The list is work in progress, and will be revised and expanded in light of the Project’s on-going research and discussions.

        

Jogaila (b. c. 1362?-1434

Władysław Jagiełło

Son of Algirdas (Grand Duke of Lithuania and Juliana of Tver)

Grand Duke of Lithuania (1377-92) King of Poland (1386-1434)

           

* Jadwiga of Anjou (c.1374-1399)

* Anna of Cilli (1381-1416)

 *Elisabeth of Pilicza (1372-1420)

 

+ Elizabeth Jagiellon / Anjou (June-July 1399

Queen Regnant (rex) of Poland (1384-99)

Queen of Poland (1402-16)

Queen of Poland (1417-1420)

 

Daughter of Jogaila & Jadwiga

 

Sophie of Halszany (c.1405-1461)

Zofia Holszańska (Pol.) Sofija Alšėniškė (Lith.)

 

+ Casimir Jagiellon (1426-7)

Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1422-34)

 

 

Son of Jogaila and Sophie of Holszany

 

Jadwiga Jagiellon (1408-1431)

 

Ladislaus Jagiellon (1424-44)

Władysław III Warneńczyk (Pol.)  Ulászló I (Hung.)

 

Casimir Jagiellon (1427-1492)

Kazmierz IV (Pol.)  Kazimieras IV Jogailaitis (Lith.)

 

 * Elizabeth Habsburg (1436-1505)

 

Ladislaus II Jagiellon (1456-1516)

Vladislav Jagellonský (Czech)  Ulászló II (Hung.)

 

* Barbara of Brandenburg (1464-1515)

 

 

* Beatrice of Aragon (1457-1508)

 

* Anne de Foix-Candale (1484?-1506)

 

Jadwiga Jagiellon (1457-1502)

* Duke of Bavaria (1479-1503)

 

Casimir Jagiellon (saint) (1458-84)

 

 

Jan Olbracht Jagiellon (1459-1501)

 

 

Alexander Jagiellon (1461-1506)

 

 

* Helena Riurik (1476-1513)

 

Zofia Jagiellon (1464-1512)

* Frederick Hohenzollern (1460-1536)

 

Zygmunt I Jagiellon ‘the Old’ (1467-1548)

 * Barbara Zapolya (1495-1515)

* Bona Sforza (c. 1494-1557)    

 

Fryderyk Jagiellon (1468-1503)

 

Anna Jagiellon (1476-1503)

 * Bogusław X (1454-1523)

 

Barbara Jagiellon (1478-1534)

* George of Saxony (1471-1539)

 

Elizabeth Jagiellon (1483-1517)

* Frederick II Piast (1480-1547)

 

[Jan of Lithuania (1499-1538)

 

Anna Jagiellon (1503-47)

 

 

  * Stefan Batory (1533-86)           

 

Catherine Jagiellon (1526-83)

Katariina Jagellonica (Finn.), Katarina Jagellonica (Swed.)

 

            * John III Vasa (1537-92)         

 

+ Olbracht Jagiellon (1527)

 

 

Princess of Poland, daughter of Jogaila & Anna of Cilli

 

Oldest son of Jogaila & Sophie of Holszany; King of Poland (1434-44)  King of Hungary (1440-44)

 

3rd son of Jogaila and Sophie of Holszany; Grand Duke of Lithuania (1440-92)  King of Poland (1447-92)

 

Daughter of Albert II, Holy Roman Emperor

Queen of Poland & Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1454-92).

 

King of Bohemia (1471-1516)  King of Hungary (1490-1516)

 

Daughter of Albrecht Achilles III, Elector of Brandenburg; Wife of Ladislaus Jagiellon from 1476 to 1500 (annulled).

 

Daughter of Ferdinand I of Naples, widow of King Matthias of Hungary

Wife of Ladislaus Jagiellon (1490 to 1500, annulled).

 

Daughter of Gaston, Count of Candale; Queen of Bohemia & Hungary (1502-6)

 

 

 

Oldest daughter of Casimir Jagiellon & Elizabeth Habsburg; Duchess of Bavaria-Landshut (1475-1502)

 

 

2nd son of Kazimierz IV& Elizabeth Habsburg; Canonised 1602

 

3rd son of Kazimierz Jagiellon & Elizabeth Habsburg; King of Poland (1492-1501)

 

4th son of Kazimierz Jagiellon & Elizabeth Habsburg; Grand Duke of Lithuania (1492-1506)  King of Poland (1501-6)

 

Daughter of Ivan III, Grand Duke of Muscovy

Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1494-1503) and uncrowned; Queen of Poland (1492-1503)

 

2nd daughter of Casimir Jagiellon & Elizabeth Habsburg; Margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach (1479-1512)

 

Margrave of Ansbach (1486-1536) and Kulmbach (1495-1515).

 

4th son of Casimir Jagiellon & Elizabeth Habsburg; King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-48)

Queen of Poland & Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1512-15)

Queen of Poland & Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-48);  Duchess of Bari & Rossano

 

6th son of Casimir IV & Elizabeth Habsburg; Cardinal & Primate of Poland (1493-1503)

 

 

3rd daughter of Casimir IV & Elizabeth Habsburg, Duchess of Pomerania (1491-1503)

Duke of Pomerania (1474-1523)

 

4th daughter of Casimir IV & Elizabeth Habsburg, Duchess of Saxony (1496-1534)

Duke of Saxony (1500-1539)

 

5th daughter of Kazimierz Jagiellon & Elizabeth Habsburg, Princess of Leignitz (1515-17)

Prince of Liegnitz (1480-1547)

 

Illegitimate son of Zygmunt I & Catherine Ochstat

Bishop of Vilnius (1519-26), Bishop of Poznań (1536-38)

 

Daughter of Ladislaus Jagiellon and Anne de Foix; Archduchess of Austria (1521-47); Queen regnant of Bohemia (1526-47); Queen regnant of Hungary (1526-47); Queen of the Romans (1531-47)

Voivode of Transylvania (1571-5), King of Poland (1575-86)

 

4th daughter of Zygmunt I and Bona Sforza, Grand Duchess of Finland (1562-83), Queen of Sweden (1569-83)

 

 

Grand Duke of Finland (1536-92) King of Sweden (1569-92)

 

2nd son of Zygmunt I and Bona Sforza

 

 

 

 

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