Prince Trojden I issues a document confirming his predecessors’ transfer of rights to a mill located on the Pilica River in the town of Warka and its donation to the Dominican Order.
Warka has a Town Council and a Town Court.
Warka is the seat of court proceedings encompassing land outside its jurisdiction (so-called roki sądowe).
There is a parish school, and many of its graduates go on to study at the university in Kraków.
Prince Janusz the Elder visits the Town.
1449 – 1450
Warka Mayor Mikołaj Suledo copies the Polish translations of two legal codes.
Prince Boleslaw V awards Warsaw City Council members exclusive rights to selling Warka beer; the document is later confirmed by the Prince in 1479.