Jan Lubrański

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Tomb of Jan Lubrański in Poznań cathedral
Godziemba Coat of Arms of bishop Lubrański

Jan Lubrański (1456 – 22 May 1520) was a Polish bishop, politician and diplomat. His coat of arms was Godziemba.

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Lubrański was bishop of Płock between 1497–1498 and bishop of Poznań since 1498, founder of many churches in his dioceses, initiator of the reconstruction of the Poznań cathedral. As a bishop he was automatically a senator, close collaborator of the Polish kings, he was frequently used as a diplomat. In 1519 he founded a college in Poznań, which is named Lubrański Academy in his memory.[citation needed]

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Piotr z Chodkowa
Bishop of Płock
1498
Succeeded by
Wincenty Przerębski