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  • Schmudien (Polish, Zmudz) or Schamaiten (Lithuanian, Zemaitis), was conquered about 1380 by the Teutonic Knights, and ceded to Poland in

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  • He had been the guest of the Order for several years, and had participated in the expeditions against the Zmudz, where he distinguished himself by great bravery.

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

  • Germans are coming from all parts of the country to defend their strongholds on the frontier and are contemplating a great expedition to invade Zmudz.

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

  • It was no more a secret, that at the advent of winter, when the swamps should be frozen, or even earlier than that, if the season was dry, a great war would break out, which would embrace all the lands of Lithuania, Zmudz, and Prussia.

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

  • In the twinkling of an eye, half a score of hands were extended toward him and as many pikes penetrated the flanks of his horse, but the ranks were thrown into disorder, and one Zmudz noble who was near, rushed through and immediately after him came Zbyszko, then the Bohemian, and the terrible confusion increased every moment.

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

  • The ambassador carrying the letters of the prince was the clever Mikolaj of Rzeniewa, a man of great ability who could unravel the thread which was woven by the artifice of the Knights of the Cross, convincingly demonstrating the great wrongs done to the lands of Lithuania and Zmudz.

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

  • He arrived in the evening, at the same time as when he had brought the news from Macko, that he had left Szczytno for the Zmudz country.

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

  • Zmudz, the "Prussian enclosure," that a few days ago he had left for

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

  • The prince himself approached with his army toward Zmudz.

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

  • "Not exactly, but he heard them talk of a certain place called Ragniec, which castle is situated not far from the Lithuanian or Zmudz frontiers."

    The Knights of the Cross or, Krzyzacy

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