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Who was the most outstanding Polish monarch from the Jagiellonian dynasty?

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Władysław II Jagiełło, who made the decision about the Polish-Lithuanian union, and winner of the Battle of Grunwald.
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Casimir IV Jagiellon, who broke Teutonic power in the Thirteen Years’ War and built a Polish-Lithuanian empire. His sons sat on Czech and Hungarian thrones, becoming one of the most powerful dynasties in Europe.
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Sigismund I the Old, who finally defeated the Teutonic state and consolidated Polish-Lithuanian power, bringing the Prussians to pay tribute and invigorating the development of Polish culture. His rule was a golden era for Poland.
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Sigismund II Augustus, who led the unification of Livonia with the Polish-Lithuanian union and signed the Lublin Union, which established a new federal state called the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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