Micislaus duke of Poland in the 10th century, is noted in ecclesiastical history as the promulgator of Christianity among the Poles, A.D. 965. His own conversion was brought about by his wife, Dambrowka, daughter of a Bohemian prince. John XIII was at that time the Roman pontiff, and he despatched AEgidius, bishop of Tusculum, to the aid of the duke and his wife. SEE POLAND.

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