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Aleksander Gieysztor (July 17, 1916, Moscow, Russian Empire – February 9, 1999, Warsaw, Poland) was a Polish historian medievalist, decorated with the Order of the White Eagle (1994) and Commander's Cross with Star of the Order of Polonia Restituta (1993).
He was born in Moscow in Polish family. He was living in Warsaw since 1921. In 1937 he graduated in history at Warsaw University.
Gieysztor is the namesake of the Aleksander Gieysztor Prize of the Kronenberg Foundation and the Aleksander Gieysztor Academy of Humanities.
- Ze studiów nad genezą wypraw krzyżowych (1948)
- Mitologia Słowian (1982)
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