Anna Jagiellonka was born on 18th October 1523. She was a queen of Poland, daughter of Zygmunt I Stary and Bona Sforza, granddaughter of Kazimierz IV Jagiellończyk and Elżbieta Rakuszanka, sister od Zygmunt II August, wife of Stefan Batory.
1558- Anna Jagiellonka moved from Wawel to Vilnus
1564- Anne Jagiellonka moved to Płock
1575- (13 XII) - Anna Jagiellonka was called ''the King of Poland'', beginning of getting back ''neapolitan properties'' (they were given back only in small part by The Habsburg Family)
1576- (1 V) - Anna Jagiellonka married Stefan Batory. He was a prince of Transylvania. He practically took over whole power on Poland.
1579- prince Piotr Skarga dedicated queen book called ''Żywoty Świętych'' (''Biographies of Sants'')
1586- death of Stefan Batory
1587- election of Zygmunt III Waza- nephew of Anna Jagiellonka (he was a son of sister of the queen- Katarzyna Jagiellonka)
1592- conflict with first wife of Zygmunt III Waza- Anna Hasburg
1596- (9 IX) - death of the queen in new capital of Poland- Warsaw