Jan Długosz [20]

600th Anniversary of the Birth of Jan Długosz

Face value: 20 pln
Dimensions: 138 x 69 mm
Mintage: 30000 pcs
Date of issue: 2015-08-24
Issue price: 72 pln
Designer: Andrzej Heidrich
Steel engraving matrix designer: Justyna Kopecka / Krystian Michalczuk
The back of the banknote shows the image of Wawel Cathedral and the image of Jan Długosz’s coat of arms – Wieniawa.
The front of the banknote depicts the image of Jan Długosz as painted by Jan Matejko.

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600th Anniversary of the Birth of Jan Długosz

Jan Długosz of the Wieniawa coat of arms — historian, king's diplomat and Canon of Cracow. Długosz was born into a middle class noble family in 1415 in the village of Brzeinica situated in the Sieradz area. At the beginning he attended the parish school in Nowe Miasto Kroczyn and in 1428 he enrolled at the Cracow University. After three years he interrupted his studies and never graduated. From 1431 he stayed at the court of the Cracovian bishop, Zbigniew Olegnicki, gradually becoming his most trusted co-worker. Thanks to the bishop's support, he gained successive church distinctions: he was the parish priest in Klobuck, the Canon of the Cracow cathedral, the cantor and the custodian of Wielica and the Canon of Sandomierz. On behalf of the bishop, he was also sent on ...

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