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Zborowski (feminine form: Zborowska, plural: Zborowscy) of the Jastrz?biec coat of arms was a Polish noble family from Greater Poland, It played a significant role in Polish politics in the 16th century.
The most notable events in the family's history revolve around their feud with Chancellor and Hetman Jan Zamoyski. Zamoyski's execution of Samuel Zborowski in 1584 caused much uproar in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and intensified the feud. It culminated in the military conflict of the War of the Polish Succession (1587-1588), which ended with Zamoyski's victory and Zborowski's loss.
The House of Zborowski used the Jastrz?biec coat of arms.