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Płock Voivodeship (1495–1793)


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The Płock Voivodeship in
the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1635 Capital Płock History    Established 1495    Second partition 25 September 1793 Area 3,591 km2 1,386 sq mi Political subdivisions counties: 8, including three counties of Zawkrze Land ¹ Voivodeship of the Kingdom of Poland The kingdom was part of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1569

Płock Voivodeship Polish: Województwo Płockie was a unit of administrative division and local government in the Kingdom of Poland from 1495 until the partitions of Poland in 1795 Together with the Rawa Voivodeship and Masovian Voivodeship it formed the former of Duchy of Masovia

Zygmunt Gloger in his monumental book Historical Geography of the Lands of Old Poland gives a detailed description of Płock Voivodeship:

"After childless death of Janusz II, Duke of Łomża, Ciechanów, Wizna and Płock, which took place on February 16, 1495, the Duchy of Płock, except for the Land of Wyszogród, was incorporated into the Kingdom of Poland, and turned into a voivodeship In the 16th century, it had the area of 701 square miles, divided into eight small counties: those of Płock, Bielsk, Raciaz, Sierpc, Płońsk, Szrensk, Niedzborz, and Mława The three last counties, located between the Wkra river and Prussian border, made the so-called Zawkrze Land The voivodeship had 67 Roman-Catholic parishes, 63 towns and 1,115 villages Most densely populated was Bielsk County

Local sejmiks for the voivodeship took place at Raciaz, the town located in the middle of the province During the reign of King Stanisław II Augustus, the sejmiks were moved to Płock The voivodeship had five senators: the Bishop of Płock, the Voivode of Płock, the Castellan of Płock, and Castellans of Raciaz and Sierpc Land courts were located in Płock, Bielsk and Sierpc since 1726, also in Mława"

Contents

  • 1 Municipal government
  • 2 Administrative division
  • 3 Voivodes
  • 4 Sources

Municipal government

Voivodeship Governor Wojewoda seat:

  • Płock

Regional council sejmik seats:

  • Raciaz, later Płock

Administrative division

  • Płock County,
  • Bielsk County,
  • Raciąż County,
  • Sierpc County,
  • Płońsk County,

Zawkrze Land, divided into the following counties

  • Szreńsk County,
  • Niedzbórz County,
  • Mława County

Voivodes

  • Stanisław Krasiński since 1600
  • Jan Stanisław Karnkowski 1617–1647
  • Jan Kazimierz Krasiński since 1650
  • Jan Dobrogost Krasiński since 1688

Sources

  • Płock Voivodeship, description by Zygmunt Gloger

Coordinates: 52°33′00″N 19°42′00″E / 52550000°N 19700000°E / 52550000; 19700000


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