Relacje arcybiskupa gnieźnieńskiego Jarosława Bogorii ze Skotnik z zakonem krzyżackim w Prusach
Słowa kluczowe:Poland, archbishops of Gniezno, Pomerelia, peace treaty of Kalisz, treaty of Trzęsacz, economy, 14th century
The paper concerns the relations between the archbishop of Gniezno Jarosław Borogia of Skotniki with the Teutonic Order in Prussia in the years 1342–1374. The first challenge the new metropolitan bishop had to face was the conclusion of a peace treaty between king Casimir III the Great and the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order Ludwig König in Kalisz in 1343. His success allowed him to strengthen his position in the relationship with the Teutonic Order and, in consequence, led to the reorganisation of the “table estate” (bona mensae regiae) located on the territory of the Teutonic Order. In June 1349 Jarosław was, on the Polish side, one of the two negotiators of the delineation treaty concluded in Trzęsacz. He most likely went to Marienburg in the autumn of 1365 with the king. An interesting aspect, which should be viewed through the prism of the good relations with the Order, is that after Jarosław resigned from the position of archbishop, the property that was to be his sustenance remained in the territory of the State of the Teutonic Order.