Andrzej Trzebicki

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Andrzej Trzebicki
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Born (1607-11-23)23 November 1607
Died 28 December 1679(1679-12-28) (aged 72)

Andrzej Trzebicki (November 23, 1607 – December 28, 1679) was a nobleman and priest in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Deputy Chancellor of the Crown from 1652, bishop of Przemyśl since 1655, bishop of Kraków since 1658.

Loyal to king Jan Kazimierz Vasa, accompanied him during his exile and eventual return in The Deluge. Enemy of Protestants, his influence contributed to the exile of Polish brethren in 1658.

Preceded by
Stefan Koryciński
Deputy Chancellor of the Crown
1652–1658
Succeeded by
Bogusław Leszczyński
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Jan Zamoyski
Bishop of Przemyśl
1655–1658
Succeeded by
Stanisław Sarnowski
Preceded by
Piotr Gembicki
Bishop of Kraków
1658–1679
Succeeded by
Jan Małachowski