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  1. Dagome Iudex is a terribly mangled copy of a summary of document.
  2. Dagome Iudex is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Dagome Iudex

  1. For example, modern historians do not know the meaning of shinesghe, which is used in the Dagome Iudex.
  2. Oda and Mieszko I, ruler of the Polans, were married in 980 and they and their sons appear as Ote and Dago(me) in a document known as the Dagome iudex.
  3. It specifically does not mention Mieszko's previous son Boleslaw I. For a suggested explanation of this, see the article on the Dagome Iudex.
  4. This Dagome Iudex indexes the lands of Mieszko, referred as "Dagome" in document, and his wife, former nun Oda and her sons by him. (Web site)


  1. However in the Middle Ages it was called in Latin documents as Odera, Oddera and first mentioned in Dagome Iudex document (ca.
  2. The Dagome iudex survives only in the form of a summary, completed ca.


  1. Boleslaw I Chrobry, son of Mieszko I and another wife, is not included in this Dagome Iudex.
  2. Dagome Iudex refers to Dago or Dagr, who was married to Ote ( Oda von Haldensleben and they had three sons, Boleslaw I Chrobry was not included.
  3. The papal reference to the Dagome Iudex mentions Dagome and Oda von Haldensleben and her husband Dagome and their sons only.

Polish State

  1. The Dagome iudex is of capital importance for Polish history in giving a general description of the future Polish state in that period. (Web site)
  2. Shortly before his death, Mieszko placed his state, including Pomerania, under the suzerainty of the pope in a document usually called the Dagome Iudex.
  3. This article was derived fully or in part from the article Dagome Iudex on Wikipedia.
  4. Beginning of Polish state The lands of Mieszko I of Poland were described in the Dagome Iudex and came under protection of the Pope.


  1. Thus Boles--aw the Brave might have received Krak--w as his part of his father's legacy before the Dagome iudex had been written.
  2. Home - Piast dynasty Dagome Iudex is a common name for one of the earliest written documents related to Poland, written originally around 991 or 992. (Web site)


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