Wawrzyniec (bishop of Lubusz)

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Wawrzyniec (died 9 March 1233) was a bishop of Lubusz.

Between 1204 and 1209 he became a bishop of Lubusz. [1] He took a participation in synod in Borzykowo (1210) and in synod in Mostowo (1212). [2]

Wawrzyniec died on 9 March 1233. [3]

According to the tradition from 17th Century they were two bishops named Wawrzyniec (first died in 1204, second in 1232), but it is rejecte by modern historians, which claim that there was only one bishop of Lubusz named Wawrzyniec. [4]

Footnotes

  1. Wałkowski, Andrzej (1995). "Czy w latach 1201–1233 diecezją lubuską rządziło dwóch biskupów o imieniu Wawrzyniec" (PDF). Nadwarciański Rocznik Historyczno-Archiwalny. 2: 33. Retrieved 11 April 2016.
  2. Wałkowski, Andrzej (1995). "Czy w latach 1201–1233 diecezją lubuską rządziło dwóch biskupów o imieniu Wawrzyniec" (PDF). Nadwarciański Rocznik Historyczno-Archiwalny. 2: 31. Retrieved 11 April 2016.
  3. Wałkowski, Andrzej (1995). "Czy w latach 1201–1233 diecezją lubuską rządziło dwóch biskupów o imieniu Wawrzyniec" (PDF). Nadwarciański Rocznik Historyczno-Archiwalny. 2: 35–36. Retrieved 11 April 2016.
  4. Wałkowski, Andrzej (1995). "Czy w latach 1201–1233 diecezją lubuską rządziło dwóch biskupów o imieniu Wawrzyniec" (PDF). Nadwarciański Rocznik Historyczno-Archiwalny. 2: 36–37. Retrieved 11 April 2016.

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References

Wałkowski, Andrzej (1995). "Czy w latach 1201–1233 diecezją lubuską rządziło dwóch biskupów o imieniu Wawrzyniec" (PDF). Nadwarciański Rocznik Historyczno-Archiwalny. 2. Retrieved 11 April 2016.