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Battle of Löbau or Lubov was a medieval battle fought between the Teutonic Order and Prussians in 1263 during the Great Prussian Uprising. Pagan Prussians rose against their conquerors, who tried to convert them to Christianity, after Lithuanians and Samogitians soundly defeated the joint forces of the Teutonic Knights and the Livonian Order in the Battle of Durbe in 1260

Battle of Löbau or Lubov was a medieval battle fought between the Teutonic Order and Prussians in 1263 during the Great Prussian Uprising. Pagan Prussians rose against their conquerors, who tried to convert them to Christianity, after Lithuanians and Samogitians soundly defeated the joint forces of the Teutonic Knights and the Livonian Order in the Battle of Durbe in 1260

Treniota (1210–1264) - was the Grand Duke of Lithuania (1263–1264). Treniota was the nephew of Mindaugas, the first and only king of Lithuania. Treniota was a staunch pagan. It is believed that Treniota was trusted to rule Samogitia. He is known for defeating joint forces of Teutonic Knights from Prussia and Livonian Order from Livonia in Battle of Durbe (13 July 1260).

Treniota (1210–1264) - was the Grand Duke of Lithuania (1263–1264). Treniota was the nephew of Mindaugas, the first and only king of Lithuania. Treniota was a staunch pagan. It is believed that Treniota was trusted to rule Samogitia. He is known for defeating joint forces of Teutonic Knights from Prussia and Livonian Order from Livonia in Battle of Durbe (13 July 1260).

The Order Of The Knights Teutonic competing in the mounted pole vault with the Novogrod team. The medieval version of the sport at that time was a team endeavour. The Teutonic team's goal was to va...

The Order Of The Knights Teutonic competing in the mounted pole vault with the Novogrod team. The medieval version of the sport at that time was a team endeavour. The Teutonic team's goal was to va...

State of the Teutonic Order-In the 13th century, German crusaders launched attacks against various pagan peoples along the Baltic coast. Gradually the Order of the Teutonic Knights established their own state over the lands they were able to conquer, but after their loss to Poland-Lithuania at the Battle of Grunwald in 1410 their state went into decline and was gradually portioned off to other kingdoms and states.

State of the Teutonic Order-In the 13th century, German crusaders launched attacks against various pagan peoples along the Baltic coast. Gradually the Order of the Teutonic Knights established their own state over the lands they were able to conquer, but after their loss to Poland-Lithuania at the Battle of Grunwald in 1410 their state went into decline and was gradually portioned off to other kingdoms and states.

The Battle on the Ice, also known as the Battle of Lake Peipus, April 5, 1242. Novgorod Rus

The Battle on the Ice, also known as the Battle of Lake Peipus, April 5, 1242. Novgorod Rus

✠ In 1263 Lithuanian reverted to pagan faith. In 1284 the TEUTONIC ORDER succeeded in defeating PRUSSIA, which disappeared as a distinct tribe, assimilating into the neighboring societies of POLAND, LITHUANIA and the new German settlements. Later German conquerors appropriated the name ‘Prussia’ for themselves, as so often in their imperialist and megalomaniac "GERMANIZATION" history BY ROBBERY of territories and aggressive EAST SETTLEMENT by ELIMINATING and REPRESSION OF NATIVE POPULATION!

✠ In 1263 Lithuanian reverted to pagan faith. In 1284 the TEUTONIC ORDER succeeded in defeating PRUSSIA, which disappeared as a distinct tribe, assimilating into the neighboring societies of POLAND, LITHUANIA and the new German settlements. Later German conquerors appropriated the name ‘Prussia’ for themselves, as so often in their imperialist and megalomaniac "GERMANIZATION" history BY ROBBERY of territories and aggressive EAST SETTLEMENT by ELIMINATING and REPRESSION OF NATIVE POPULATION!

DRUID WARRIOR WOMEN. 590 CE: The Christian Synod of Druim Cett ordered that British women should no longer go into battle alongside their men. This ban probably had little effect, and traditions such as sword dancing which was taught by women remained.

DRUID WARRIOR WOMEN. 590 CE: The Christian Synod of Druim Cett ordered that British women should no longer go into battle alongside their men. This ban probably had little effect, and traditions such as sword dancing which was taught by women remained.

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