) was a feudal state in medieval Romania
), ruled by a Voivod
. Since the Voivod
was initially the military commander next to the ruler, a voivodship meant the whole territory of Poland. During the feudal partition, each from small prinicpalities had its own voivod, and therefore after the reunification the territory was called a voivodship.
List of Voivodships
For the current administrative regions of Poland see: Voivodships of Poland.