Konrad II Boyarosky
(Conrad Boyaroski)
Hussar Knight Conrad Boyaroski.jpg
King of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Reign 21 September 1674 – c. 1720
Predecessor Casimir V (as King & Duchy of Polish)
Successor Maria II Jagiellon
Winged Hussar Knight & General-Governor of Polish
Reign 1662-1664
Oath & Proclaim February 1662
(Proclaimed: 12 December 1664
Predecessor Office created
Successor Himself as King of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Born 2 May [O.S. 23 May] 1643
Besiekiery Castle, Łódź Voivodeship, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Died 14 February [O.S. 2 March] 1720 (76)
Royal Palace, Warsaw, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Royal house Boyaroski
Father Casimir V

Konrad II (Conrol Boyaroski; 2 May [O.S. 23 May] 1643 – 14 February [O.S. 2 March] 1720) was King of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth form 1674 until his death. Also he served as Winged Hussar Knight & General-Governor of Polish form 1662 to 1664 and 1664 until 1673. He was second Konrad doing Duke Conrad I.

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