Ladislaus Herman

Ladislaus Herman (lädˈĭslousˌ hĕrˈmän) [key], 1040–1102, duke of Poland (1079–1102), brother and successor of Boleslaus II. His rule was one of weakness and decline. At his death the kingdom passed to his two sons, Zbigniew and Boleslaus III.

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