Dorpat Voivodeship

Dorpat Voivodeship
Województwo dorpackie
Dorpat Voivodeship
Voivodeship of Livonia¹
1598–1621

Coat of arms of Dorpat

Coat of arms

Location of Dorpat
Dorpat Voivodeship in the Duchy of Livonia.
Capital Dorpat
History
 - Established 1598
 - Polish–Swedish War 1621
Area 9,000 km2 (3,475 sq mi)
¹ The Duchy of Livonia was a vassal to the Grand Duchy of Lithuania until the Union of Lublin in 1569, and after that a part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

The Dorpat Voivodeship (Polish: Województwo dorpackie or województwo derpskie)[1] was a unit of administrative division and local government in the Duchy of Livonia, part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, from 1598 till the Swedish conquest of Livonia in the 1620s.

The seat of the voivode was Dorpat (Tartu). Voivodes of Dorpat included Kasper Doenhoff (1627–1634), Gothard Jan Tyzenhauz (1634–1640)[citation needed], Andrzej Leszczyński (1606–1651).

Voivodes

The voivodes of Dorpat Voivodeship.[1]

  • 1589–1598 Jan Abramowicz, President (died 1602) (pl)
  • 1598–1600 Jan Abramowicz, Voivod
    • 1598 Gerard Denhoff (Gerhard Dönhoff; c. 1550–1598) (pl)
  • 1600–1602 Marcin Kurcz (died 1602) (pl)
  • 1609–1617 Teodor Dadźbog Karnkowski (1573–1617)
  • 1617–1627 Mikołaj Kiszka (c. 1588–1644)
  • 26 August 1625 Tartu capitulated to Sweden
  • 1627–1634 Kasper Doenhoff (Caspar Dönhoff; c. 1588–1645)
  • 1634–1640 Gothard Jan Tyzenhauz (died 1640)
  • 1641–1651 Andrzej Leszczyński (c. 1606–1651)
  • 1651–1651 Enoch Kolenda
  • 1651–1654 Teodor Denhoff (died 1654) (pl)
  • 1654–1654 Zygmunt Opacki (died 1654)
    • 1654–1658 Olbracht Opacki (c. 1621–1680)
  • 1656–1661 Russo-Swedish War
  • ?–1657 Aleksander Ludwik Wolff
  • 1657–1658 Zygmunt Wybranowski
  • 1658–1660 Przecław Paweł Leszczyński (1605–1670)
  • 1670–1676 Samuel Leszczyński (1637–1676)

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