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  LADISLAUS I. OF HUNGARY - LoveToKnow Article on LADISLAUS I. OF HUNGARY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
LADISLAUS [I.], Saint (1040-1095), king of Hungary, the son of Bela I-., king of Hungary, and the Polish princess Richeza, was born in Poland, whither his father had sought refuge, 3Ut was recalled by his elder brother Andrew I. to Hungary (1047) and brought up there.
Hungary was still semi-savage, and her native barbarians were being perpetually recruited from the hordes of Peche-negs, Rumanians and other races which swept over her during the nth century.
Ladislaus was not really a pagan, or he would not have devoted his share of the spoil of Durnkriit to the building of the Franciscan church at Pressburg, nor would he have venerated as he did his aunt St Margaret.
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 Ladislaus I of Hungary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Recognizing that the Holy Roman Empire was a natural enemy of the Kingdom of Hungary, Ladislaus formed a close alliance with the pope and other enemies of Emperor Henry IV, including the anti-emperor Rudolph of Swabia and his chief supporter Welf, duke of Bavaria.
Hungary was still semi-savage, and her native barbarians were being perpetually recruited from the hordes of Pechenegs, Romanians and other races which swept over her during the 10th century.
Ladislaus himself had fought valiantly in his youth against the Pechenegs, and to defend the land against the Romanians, who now occupied Moldavia and Wallachia as far as the Olt, he built the fortresses of Turnu-Severin (Szörényvár) and Alba Iulia (Gyulafehérvár, Weißenburg).
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 Ladislaus IV of Hungary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ladislaus IV the Cuman (Hungarian: IV László, Slovak: Ladislav IV) (1262 – July 10, 1290), also known as Laszlo IV, king of Hungary, was the son of Stephen V, whom he succeeded in 1272.
Ladislaus was not really a pagan, or he would not have devoted his share of the spoil of Marchfeld to the building of the Franciscan church at Bratislava, nor would he have venerated as his aunt St Margaret.
Ladislaus alienated his Angevin kinsfolk and Hungarian nobility by favoring the society of the semi-pagan Cumans, from whom he was descended through his mother.
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 AllRefer.com - Ladislaus V (Austria And Hungary, History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Ladislaus V or Ladislaus Posthumus, 1440–57, king of Hungary (1444–57) and, as Ladislaus I, king of Bohemia (1453–57).
Ladislaus, duke of Austria by birth as the posthumous son of Albert of Hapsburg, duke of Austria and German king (see Albert II), was recognized (1443) as king of Bohemia by the majority of the Bohemian diet but was only crowned in 1453.
He was elected king of Hungary after the death (1444) of Ladislaus III of Poland.
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 Ladislaus II of Bohemia and Hungary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ladislaus was born Wladysław on March 1, 1456 as the son of King Casimir IV of Poland and Lithuania, a member of the Polish ruling dynasty of Jagellon, and of Elizabeth of Bohemia, daughter of Emperor Albert II of Germany.
Ladislaus died on March 13, 1516, and was buried in Székesfehérvár.
His reign in Hungary was largely tranquil, although Hungary was under consistent border pressure from the Ottoman Empire and briefly suffered from the revolt of György Dózsa.
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 Hungary. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Hungary borders on Slovakia in the north, on Ukraine in the northeast, on Romania in the east, on Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia and Montenegro in the south, and on Austria in the west.
Hungary’s economy underwent difficult readjustment in the 1990s, as it moved from producing goods chiefly for export to the USSR to developing a market-based economy and finding new trading partners.
Hungary aided the USSR in the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Hungary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Kingdom of Hungary, or "Realm of the Crown of St. Stephen", situated between 14º 25' and 26º 25' E. longitude, and between 44º 10' and 49º 35' N. latitude, includes, besides Hungary Proper and Transylvania, the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia and a territory known as the Military Frontier.
It was encouraged by the existing political conditions of Hungary: the dispute over the succession, with the accompanying civil war; the lack of a properly educated Catholic clergy; the transfer of a large amount of church land to the laity; and the claims made by both aspirants to the throne upon the episcopal domains.
Catholicism in Hungary was not in a position to oppose this movement at the outset; a properly trained clergy were lacking, on account of the difficulties in the way of education caused by the political confusion.
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 Ladislaus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Vladislaus, Wladislaus, Ladislaus or Ladislas (Polish: Władysław, Czech, Russian: Vladislav, Hungarian: László and Ulászló) is the name of several kings and dukes of Poland, Hungary and Bohemia.
Ladislaus Posthumus of Bohemia and Hungary (Ladislaus V of Hungary, V.
Saint Ladislaus (Ladislaus I of Hungary) (Szent László in Hungarian)
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 Arpads   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Under Ladislaus I of HungaryLadislaus I (1077–1095) and Coloman (1095–1116), Hungary annexed the coastal regions of old Croatia, Dalmatia, Bosnian territories to the south of the Sava (river)Sava river, and northern western and central Slovakia.
Ladislaus founded the bishoprics of Oradea and Zagreb, and unified the Greek bishopric of Bács with the Latin archbishopric of Kalocsa.
The short rule of Stephen V (1270–1272) was followed by the rule of his son, the young Ladislaus IV (1272–1290), who was influenced by his Cumanian mother and her surroundings, which brought about royal conflicts with the church and the oligarchs.
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 Hungarian Saints -- Ladislaus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
ST LADISLAUS OF HUNGARY (A.D. If Hungary owed the establishment of its monarchy and the organization of its church to St Stephen I, it was almost equally indebted to another sainted king of the same house of Arpad.
Within the boundaries of Hungary itself he had to face repeated invasions from the Kumans and others, but he successfully repulsed them all and did his best to win barbarian tribes to Christianity and civilization; at the same time he allowed civil and religious liberty to the jews and the Ishmaelites, i.e.
Ladislaus governed with a firm hand in both civil and ecclesiastical affairs, as was seen at the diet of Szabolcs and when, in 1091, his sister Helen, the widowed queen of Croatia, appealed to him for help against the murderers of her husband.
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 Encyclopedia: Ladislaus I of Hungary
László, Slovak: Ladislav I) (June 27, 1040–July 29, 1095) was a king of the Kingdom of Hungary (1077–1095).
The Kingdom of Hungary (Hungarian: Magyar Királyság) is the name of a multiethnic kingdom that existed in Central Europe from 1000 to 1918.
Béla I was the king of Hungary between 1061 and 1063.
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 LADISLAUS V. OF HUNGARY AND BOHEMIA - LoveToKnow Article on LADISLAUS V. OF HUNGARY AND BOHEMIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
LADISLAUS V. OF HUNGARY AND BOHEMIA - LoveToKnow Article on LADISLAUS V. faith, found Buddhism flourishing there, the only novelty to him being the prayer-cylinder, the efficacy of which he declares is incredible.
For the next two years all Hungary was convulsed by a horrible civil war, during which the unhappy young king, who fought for his heritage to the last with desperate valour, was driven from one end of his kingdom to the other like a hunted beast.
The latter is, however, too favorable to Ladislaus.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /L/LA/LADISLAUS_V_OF_HUNGARY_AND_BOHEMIA.htm   (1718 words)

  
 Cumans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 1089, they were defeated by Ladislaus I of Hungary, then they were again defeated by Vladimir Monomakh in the 12th century and crushed by the Tatars in 1241.
Many took refuge in Hungary and Bulgaria, where they were assimilated.
Cumans having settled in Hungary had their own self-government there, and their name (kun) is still preserved in the county names Bács-Kiskun and Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok, and town names as (eg.), as well.
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 The History of the Decline and Fall of The Roman Empire - Vol 6 - Chapter LXVII Part I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The kingdoms of Hungary and Poland, which covered as it were the interior pale of the Latin church, were the most nearly concerned to oppose the progress of the Turks.
The falsehood of Ladislaus to his word and oath was palliated by the religion of the times: the most perfect, or at least the most popular, excuse would have been the success of his arms and the deliverance of the Eastern church.
Even Hungary was divided by faction, or restrained by a laudable scruple; and the relics of the crusade that marched in the second expedition were reduced to an inadequate force of twenty thousand men.
www.worldwideschool.org /library/books/hst/roman/TheDeclineandFallofTheRomanEmpire-6/chap27.html   (4857 words)

  
 Why Hungarian
Grandfather of Pitro of Hungary was Pietro II (* 961; + September 1008), Doge of Venezia (elected March 991; in 999 occuped Dalmatia and Istria; married Maria; in the picture), son of Pietro I (+ 997), Doge of Venezia (from 12-8-976 to 1-9-978, abdicated; hasband of Felicia Malipiero), son of Pietro Orseolo, noble from Aquileia.
Hungary is the last country in Europe to stop to use the Latin as official language.
Hungary became full member of the NATO after a democratic referendum (Hungary is the only country to have organized a NATO referendum).
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 Ladislaus IV of Hungary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ladislaus IV the Cuman''' (Hungarian languageHungarian: ''IV László'', Slovak languageSlovak: ''Ladislav IV'') (1262 – July 10, 1290), also known as '''Laszlo IV, king of Hungary, was the son of Stephen V of HungaryStephen V, whom he succeeded in 1272/.
Political enmity was largely responsible for the revolt against him, yet the result of a very careful investigation (1279-128181) by Philip, bishop of Fermo/, more than justified many of the accusations brought against Ladislaus.
His successor, Andrew III of HungaryAndrew III, issued from another branch of the Arpad dynasty/.
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 Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ferdinand I, one of the Hapsburg emperors, was born in Madrid, the son of Philip von Hapsburg (1478-1506) and his wife Juana of Castile (1479-1555).
Signed a peace tready with Suleiman the Magnificent in 1533, splitting Hungary between the Hapsburgs and John Zápolya, prince of Transylvania.
On May 25, 1521 in Linz, Austria, he married Anne of Bohemia (1503-1547), daughter of King Ladislaus V of Hungary and his wife Anne de Foix.
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 Articles - Ladislaus Posthumus of Bohemia and Hungary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ladislaus' mother thus compelled the primate to crown the infant king at Székesfehérvár on 15 May 1440; whereupon, for safety's sake, she placed the child in the guardianship of his distant Habsburg relative, the emperor Frederick III (then ruler of Inner Austria), who held him prisoner in Castle Orth and ruled Austria himself.
The Princely Count of Celje, Slovenian magnate and heir to Bosnia, the cousin of Ladislaus' mother, prevailed against Eyczing and became the guardian of the child, and thus the effective ruler in his stead.
As late as in the 20th century it was proven that Ladislaus died of leukaemia, which was not a recognized disease in his era.
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 Articles - Ladislaus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ladislaus III of Poland (Władysław III Warneńczyk) (Vladislaus I of Hungary, I.
Ladislaus I, Duke of Bohemia (Vladislav I) Ladislaus II, Duke of Bohemia (Vladislav II)
Ladislaus Jindrich of Bohemia (Vladislav Jindrich of Bohemia)
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 Croatia. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Croatia is bounded by Slovenia in the northwest, by Hungary in the northeast, by Serbia and Montenegro in the east, by Bosnia and Herzegovina in the south and east, and by the Adriatic Sea in the west.
Although Croatia remained linked with Hungary for eight centuries, the Croats were sometimes able to choose their rulers independently of Budapest.
Hungary imposed Magyarization on Croatia and promulgated (1848) laws that seriously jeopardized Croatian autonomy within the Hapsburg empire.
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 Hungarian History 1300 to 1490AD
The old party of Ulászló under the leadership of Hunyadi was still by far the strongest in Hungary and that the Czech mercenary Jiskra had managed to build such a strong power base in Slovakia and surrounding districts that he had to be acknowledged as one of the seven most powerful men in Hungary.
The seven ruled Hungary for over a year but by then it was clear that Frederick III was not going to release Ladislaus nor return the lands he had taken.
Ladislaus Garai, a supporter of Ladislaus V from the beginning was made Palatine.
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 1288 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The battle also liberates the city of Cologne from rule by the Archbishopric of Cologne; it had previously been one of the major ecclesiastical principalities of the Holy Roman Empire.
August 8 - Pope Nicholas IV proclaims a crusade against King Ladislaus IV of Hungary, who had lost credibility by favoring his semi-pagan Cuman subjects and in general refusing to conform to the social standards of western Europe.
The Scottish Parliament creates a law allowing women to propose marriage to men duirng leap years; men who refuse such proposals are required to pay a fine to the spurned bride-to-be.
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Hungary produced two sainted kings (and, thus, had the pull with the papacy, no mean feat, to obtain papal favor) -- just like France (England wasn't even close to having that kind of pull -- the Anglo-Saxon royal saints weren't canonized by the papacy).
Hungary was at the center of medieval European political marriages and pivotal to the alliance system.
Hungary was NOT a participant in the "international style of 1200 AD." Culturally, I would argue that Hungary was indeed different from its more "western" neighbors, Transylvania, Austria, and Bohemia.
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 Battle of Dürnkrut and Jedenspeigen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The opponents were King Ottokar II of Bohemia and an Imperial Army led by Rudolf I of Habsburg.
The Imperial Army included Rudolph's troops as well as Hungarians and Cumans under Ladislaus IV of Hungary.
The (named after the Morava river) northeast of Vienna became the battlefield, as the armies consisting of knights could easily engage in battle on the flat terrain with hardly any forest.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Janos Hunyady
Governor of Hungary, born about 1400; died 11 August, 1456; the heroic defender of the Catholic Faith against the advance of the Osmanli; father of King Matthias I (Corvinus) of Hungary.
In 1446, Hunyady was elected Governor of Hungary, and entrusted with its government in the name of the minor, Ladislaus V, until the latter's majority.
The second son, Matthias, succeeded to the Hungarian throne in 1458 at the death of Ladislaus V. In Hungarian: — TELEKI, Hudnyaiak kora Magyarországon (The Age of Hunyady in Hungary).
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 Hungary -> History on Encyclopedia.com 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Its first king, St. Stephen (reigned 1001-38), completed the Christianization of the Magyars and built the authority of his crown—which has remained the symbol of national existence—on the strength of the Roman Catholic Church.
Hungary's relationship with Poland and its refugees during World War II.
October-November 1956.The beginning of the deStalinisation period in Hungary favoured the development of an opposition movement, particularly among students and inte (PAR231505)
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 28TH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
King Stephen V of HUNGARY was born in 1239 in Hungary (Nephew of Yolande wife of James I of Aragon).
Anna of HUNGARY was born about 1258 in Hungary - dtr of Stephen V. 67125583 ii.
King Ladislaus IV of HUNGARY was born in 1262 in Hungary - son of Stephen III.
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