King Sigismund

King Sigismund

A king of Poland who lived from 1467 to 1548. Sigismund is notable for being among the first to recognize that inflation occurs when there is too much money in circulation.
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King Sigismund 4 in Lublin, the unloading and installation at the location indicated by the Contracting Party, according to the designated representative of the Employer and under the conditions specified in the agreement,1.
Media specialists Bayer (law, King Sigismund College, Budapest), Urban (business administration, Corvinus U.
In 15th century Poland the legendary alchemist Sendivogius created a magical vodka to be enjoyed by King Sigismund Ill and his royal court.
Especially impressive are 16th century tapestries with the Polish and Lithuanian coats of arms, woven in Brussels for King Sigismund Augustus.
In 1563 King Frederick II and King Sigismund II Augustus entered into an alliance agreement against Sweden.
Inspired by the genius of 16th-century alchemists, Poland's finest contemporary distillers believe they have successfully re-created the legendary vodka from King Sigismund III's court, when it was fashionable to drink vodka from glasses without bases.
In 1620 Hendrick sold a group of paintings to King Sigismund III Vasa of Poland, and four works by Van Dyck from a series of Heads of Apostles illustrate this deal.
He detects an emphasis on King Sigismund (516-22) and traces of the work of Avitus of Vienne.
In 1409, Dominici served as a papal legate to King Sigismund of Hungary and King Ladislaus of Poland, trying to persuade them to remain obedient to the Roman line.
King Sigismund 4 in Lublin, according to a list of technological equipment and catering facilities in the band swimming pool at Al.
King Sigismund 4 in Lublin and execution of assembly work necessary to connect the device offered to an existing installation and commissioning,2.