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Chapters: Marcin Kromer, Jozef Elsner, Kazimierz Sikorski, Sebastian Herburt, Bogus?aw Kaczy?ski. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 22. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Marcin Kromer or Martin Cromer (German: Martin Cromer,1512- 2 Chapters: Marcin Kromer, Jozef Elsner, Kazimierz Sikorski, Sebastian Herburt, Bogus?aw Kaczy?ski. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 22. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Marcin Kromer or Martin Cromer (German: Martin Cromer,1512- 23 March 1589) was Prince-Bishop of Warmia (Ermland), a cartographer, diplomat and historian in Poland and later in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. He was personal secretary to two Kings of Poland, Sigismund I the Old and Sigismund II Augustus. Kromer was born in 1512 into a prominent ethnic Forest German burgher family in Biecz, in Lesser Poland. He completed his basic education in a local church-run school. In 1528 he transferred to Krakow, where in 1530 he graduated as a bachelor at the Cracow Academy. In 1533-37 he worked at the Royal Chancellery in Krakow. Thereafter he went to Italy, where he studied law for two years. Returning to Poland in 1540, he became secretary to Archbishop Peter Gamrat. As the latter's personal advisor, he was also his envoy and representative to Rome, where he spent two years until 1544. He then became a canon in Krakow. In 1545, upon the death of his mentor, Kromer accepted the latter's post as personal secretary to Poland's King Sigismund I the Old. He was also an associate of Samuel Maciejowski, who later became Chancellor of the Crown. A specialist on Royal Prussia and Warmia, in 1551 Kromer became head of the Warmian canonry. However, his church career did not proceed as planned, since he was seen as one of the best Polish diplomats of the age and was frequently required by the court to leave his post to serve as envoy on various diplomatic missions. In 1552, for his services to the King, he was ennobled and granted a coat of arms. From 1558 to 1564 Kromer served as Polish envoy to Emperor Ferdinand I, who in recognit...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=64230


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Chapters: Marcin Kromer, Jozef Elsner, Kazimierz Sikorski, Sebastian Herburt, Bogus?aw Kaczy?ski. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 22. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Marcin Kromer or Martin Cromer (German: Martin Cromer,1512- 2 Chapters: Marcin Kromer, Jozef Elsner, Kazimierz Sikorski, Sebastian Herburt, Bogus?aw Kaczy?ski. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 22. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Marcin Kromer or Martin Cromer (German: Martin Cromer,1512- 23 March 1589) was Prince-Bishop of Warmia (Ermland), a cartographer, diplomat and historian in Poland and later in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. He was personal secretary to two Kings of Poland, Sigismund I the Old and Sigismund II Augustus. Kromer was born in 1512 into a prominent ethnic Forest German burgher family in Biecz, in Lesser Poland. He completed his basic education in a local church-run school. In 1528 he transferred to Krakow, where in 1530 he graduated as a bachelor at the Cracow Academy. In 1533-37 he worked at the Royal Chancellery in Krakow. Thereafter he went to Italy, where he studied law for two years. Returning to Poland in 1540, he became secretary to Archbishop Peter Gamrat. As the latter's personal advisor, he was also his envoy and representative to Rome, where he spent two years until 1544. He then became a canon in Krakow. In 1545, upon the death of his mentor, Kromer accepted the latter's post as personal secretary to Poland's King Sigismund I the Old. He was also an associate of Samuel Maciejowski, who later became Chancellor of the Crown. A specialist on Royal Prussia and Warmia, in 1551 Kromer became head of the Warmian canonry. However, his church career did not proceed as planned, since he was seen as one of the best Polish diplomats of the age and was frequently required by the court to leave his post to serve as envoy on various diplomatic missions. In 1552, for his services to the King, he was ennobled and granted a coat of arms. From 1558 to 1564 Kromer served as Polish envoy to Emperor Ferdinand I, who in recognit...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=64230

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