Polish Kings and Princes of the Krakow District

List of polish Kings and Princes of the Krakow District:

  • Mieszko I (963-992)
  • Bolesław Chrobry (992-1025)
  • Mieszko II (1025-1034)
  • Bolesław Mieszkowic (1034-1038)
  • Kazimierz I Odnowiciel (1038-1058)
  • Bolesław Śmiały (1058-1079)
  • Władysław Herman (1079-1102)
  • Bolesław Krzywousty (1102-1138)
  • Władysław II (1138-1146)
  • Bolesław Kędzierzawy (1146-1173)
  • Mieszko Stary (1173-1177)
  • Kazimierz II Sprawiedliwy (1177-1194)
  • Leszek Biały and Mieszko Stary (1194-1202)
  • Władysław Laskonogi (1202)
  • Leszek Biały (1202-1227)
  • Władysław Laskonogi and Konrad Mazowiecki (1228-1229)
  • Henryk I Brodaty (1228-1238)
  • Henryk II Pobożny (1238-1241)
  • Bolesław Rogatka and Konrad Mazowiecki (1241-1243)
  • Bolesław Wstydliwy (1243-1279)
  • Leszek II Czarny (1279-1288)
  • Bolesław Płocki (1288)
  • Henryk Probus (1289-1290)
  • Władysław Łokietek (1290-1292)
  • Wacław II Czeski (1292-1305)
  • Przemysław II Wielkopolski (1295-1296)
  • Władysław I Łokietek (1306-1333)
  • Kazimierz Wielki (1333-1382)
  • Jadwiga (1384-1399)
  • Władysław II Jagiełło (1386-1434)
  • Władysław III Warneńczyk
  • Kazimierz Jagiellończyk (1447-1492)
  • Jan Olbracht (1942-1501)
  • Aleksander (1501-1506)
  • Zygmunt I Stary (1506-1548)
  • Zygmunt August (1548-1572)
  • Henryk Walezy (1573-1574)
  • Stefan Batory (1576-1586)
  • Zygmunt III Waza (1587-1632)
  • Władysław IV (1632-1648)
  • Jan Kazimierz (1648-1668)
  • Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki (1669-1673)
  • Jan III Sobieski (1674-1696)
  • August II Sas (1697-1733)
  • Stanisław Leszczyński (1704-1709)
  • August III Sas (1734-1763)
  • Stanisław August Poniatowski (1764-1795)
  • Fryderyk August Sas (1807-1815)
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