Siroslaus II (bishop of Wrocław)

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Siroslaus II also known as Żyrosław was a twelfth-century Bishop of Wrocław whose tenure was from 1170 – 1198.[1]

Little is known about his origins, career or his Episcopal work. During his tenure the Cistercians founded Leubus monastery (1175) and in a document issued from 1170 to 1189, he confirmed the Hospitallers the tithe possession of their Church. In the same year he gave the Hospitallers gave the tithe of the district of Legnica.

Siroslaus died March 22, 1201.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Bishops of Wroclaw in the history Archived 2014-02-01 at the Wayback Machine Kuria Metropolitalna Wroclawska Website.
  2. ^ Metropolitan Archdiocese of Wrocław Poland at GCatholic Website.


Religious titles
Preceded by
Walter
Bishop of Wrocław
1170–1198
Succeeded by
Jarosław, Duke of Opole