Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki

Michael I (Pols: Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki, Lithuanie: Mykolas I Kaributas Višnioveckis; 31 Mey,[1] 1640 – 10 November 1673) wis the ruler o the Pols–Lithuanie Commonweel as Keeng o Poland an Grand Duke o Lithuanie frae 29 September 1669 till his daith in 1673. Michael's ring wis merkit bi struggles atween the pro-Habsburg an pro-French poleetical factions.[2]

Michael I
Portret Michała Korybuta Wiśniowieckiego.jpg
Keeng Michael weirin the Order o the Gowden Fleece, 18t-century pentin
Keeng o Poland
Grand Duke o Lithuanir
Ring19 Juin 1669 – 10 November 1673
Coronation29 September 1669
PredecessorJohn II Casimir Vasa
SuccessorJohn III Sobieski
Born31 Mey 1640(1640-05-31)
Biały Kamień, Pols-Lithuanie Commonweel
Dee'd10 November 1673(1673-11-10) (aged 33)
Lwów, Pols-Lithuanie Commonweel
Buirial31 Januar 1676
Wawel Cathedral, Kraków
SpouseEleonora Maria o Austrick
HooseWiśniowiecki
FaitherJeremi Wiśniowiecki
MitherGryzelda Konstancja Zamoyska
ReleegionRoman Catholicism
SeegnaturMichael I's signature

ReferencesEedit

  1. Ilona Czamańska, Wiśniowieccy. Monografia rodu, Poznań 2007, p .249,
  2. Lerski Historical Dictionary of Poland, 966–1945 1996 -p654 "In the seventeenth century, members of the family held the most important posts in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth,* and Michal Korybut Wisniowiecki* was elected King of Poland"