Władysław III of Poland

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Władysław III of Varna (31 October 1424 – 10 November 1444[1], Varna, Bulgaria) was King of Poland from 1434, and King of Hungary from 1440, until his death at the Battle of Varna.[2]

Władysław III of Varna is known in Hungarian as I. Ulászló; in Polish as Władysław Warneńczyk; in Slovak as Vladislav I; in Czech as Vladislav Varnenčík; in Bulgarian as Vladislav Varnenchik (Владислав Варненчик); in Lithuanian as Vladislovas III; in Croatian as Vladislav I. Jagelović.

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Royal titles

  • Royal title in Latin: Wladislaus Dei gracia Polonie, Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. rex necnon terrarum Cracouie, Sandomirie, Syradie, Lancicie, Cuyauie, Lithuanie princeps supremus, Pomeranie, Russieque dominus et heres etc.
  • Polish translation: Władysław, z Bożej łaski Król Polski, Węgier, Dalmacji, Chorwacji, ziemi krakowskiej, sandomierskiej, sieradzkiej, łęczyckiej, kujawskiej, Najwyższy Książę Litewski, pan i dziedzic Pomorza i Rusi
  • Hungarian translation: Ulászló, Isten kegyelméből Lengyelország, Magyarország, Dalmácia és Horvátország, valamint Krakkó, Sandomierz, Sieradz, Łęczyca, Kuyavia vidékének királya, Litvánia nagyhercege, Pomeránia és Ruténia ura és örököse.
  • Slovak translation: Vladislav, z Božej milosti kráľ Poľska, Uhorska, Dalmácie, Chorvátska, a zemí krakovskej, sandomierskej, sieradzkej, łęczyckej, kujavskej, veľkoknieža Litvy, pán a dedič Pomoranska a Rusi
  • Lithuanian translation: Vladislovas, Dievo valia karalius Lenkijos ir žemių Krokuvos, Sandomiro, Sieradžo, Lenčycos, Kujavijos, Lietuvos didysis kunigaikštis, Pomeranijos ir Rusios valdovas ir paveldėtojas, etc. (titles need checking).

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