Jan Dymitr Solikowski

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Jan Dymitr Solikowski (born 1539 in Sieradz - 27 June 1603 in Lwów, Poland) was a Polish writer, diplomat, Archbishop of Lwów.

Jan was since 1564 secretary of King Zygmunt II August. He participated in the rebuild of structures of the church in Polish Livonia, after the wars of King Stefan Batory. In 1583 he became Archbishop of Lwów. He was co-author of the Union of Brest. He was author of several political and historical works.

Works[edit]

  • Ziemianin (1565)
  • Apocalipsis (1580)
Preceded by
Jan Sieniński
Archbishop of Lwów
1583–1603
Succeeded by
Jan Zamoyski