Saint Hedwig "King" of Poland

On this day (November 16, 1384) Saint Hedwig of Poland was crowned Rex Poloniæ (“King of Poland”). That’s not a typo. She was purposely not crowned as Regina Poloniæ (“Queen of Poland”). The masculine gender denoted that she was the sole monarch of Poland.

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