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  Stephen V of Hungary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stephen's father, attempting to bind the powerful but pagan Cuman tribe more closely to the dynasty, arranged for Stephen's marriage, as a youth (about 1255), to Elizabeth, the daughter of the Cuman chieftain (named Koteny or Kuthens).
The second alliance was the marriage of Stephen's infant son Ladislaus to Charles II's sister Elisabeth.
Stephen died suddenly as he was raising an army to rescue his kidnapped infant son Ladislaus from his rebellious vassals.
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 Queen Elizabeth - Simple English Wikipedia
Elzbieta of Poland (1305–1380), queen regnant of Poland and queen consort of Hungary: daughter of Ladislaus I of Poland; wife of Charles II of Hungary.
Elizabeth Farnese (or Isabel Farnese) (1692–1766), queen consort of Spain: daughter of Edward Farnese of Parma (Italy); wife of Philip V of Spain, mother of Charles III of Spain.
Elizabeth of Hungary (1207–1231), the daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Arpad
Charles I CHARLES I [Charles I] 1288-1342, king of Hungary (1308-42), founder of the Angevin dynasty in Hungary; grandson of Charles II of Naples, who had married a daughter of Stephen V of Hungary.
Ladislaus IV LADISLAUS IV [Ladislaus IV] 1262-90, king of Hungary (1272-90), son and successor of Stephen V. Ladislaus became unpopular by favoring the Cumans, from whom he was descended through his mother.
Hungary borders on Slovakia in the north, on Ukraine in the northeast, on Romania in the east, on Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia in the south, and
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 Hungary - The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition - HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Hungary borders on Slovakia in the north, on Ukraine in the northeast, on Romania in the east, on Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia in the south, and on Austria in the west.
The authoritarian domestic policies of the premiers Stephen Bethlen and Julius Gombos and their successors safeguarded the power of the upper classes, ignored the demand for meaningful land reform, and encouraged anti-Semitism.
Hungary aided the USSR in the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.
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 TRANSYLVANIA - History of Transylvania, demographics of Transylvania, Transylvania today.
After supporting the candidature of Ladislaus III of Poland to the throne of Hungary, he was rewarded in 1440 with the captaincy of the fortress of NándorfehérvárBelgrade and the voivodship of Transylvania.
Three times he waged war on the emperor, twice he was proclaimed King of Hungary, and by the Peace of Nikolsburg (December 31, 1621) he obtained for the Protestants a confirmation of the Treaty of Vienna, and for himself seven additional counties in northern Hungary.
When the Communist Party of Hungary, led by Béla Kun, came to power in March 1919 it proclaimed the Hungarian Soviet Republic and after promising that Hungary would regain the lands that were under its control during the Austro-Hungarian Empire, it decided to attack Czechoslovakia and Romania.
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 28TH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
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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 Ladislaus V - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
LADISLAUS V [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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 Transylvania - Romania Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Stephen's maternal uncle Gyula, the ruler of Transylvania, antagonised the new king by giving refuge to his opponents.
After supporting the candidature of Ladislaus III of Poland to the throne of Hungary, he was rewarded in 1440 with the captaincy of the fortress of Belgrade and the voivodship of Transylvania.
When the Communist Party of Hungary, led by Béla Kun, came to power in March 1919 it proclaimed the Hungarian Soviet Republic and after promised that Hungary would regain the lands that were under its control during the Austria-Hungary Empire, it decided to attack Czechoslovakia and Romania.
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The capital of this duchy is Nitra and it comprised 15 counties in sum.
As a result Historic Hungary is de-facto divided in two states till Béla’s death in 1270, after which Stephen becomes the new king of whole Historic Hungary as Stephen V.
Dalmatia and Bosnia, Ladislaus Kan in Transylvania, Borsa in eastern present-day Hungary, and the Lords of Güssing (Köszeg) in western present-day Hungary and Slavonia.
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 Charles I, king of Hungary
Charles I, 1288–1342, king of Hungary (1308–42), founder of the
On the death (1301) of Andrew III, last of the Arpad dynasty, Charles was the candidate of Pope Boniface VIII for the crown of St. Stephen, but the Hungarians elected
Hungary: History - History Growth of a State The Roman provinces of Pannonia and Dacia, conquered under Tiberius and...
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 Stephen V - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Stephen V (1239-1272), king of Hungary, eldest son of King Béla IV.
As crown prince, Stephen assisted his father in bringing the war against the...
The title of Pope is given to the bishop of Rome who is the head of the Roman Catholic Church.
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 August 16: St. Stephen of Hungary's feast day   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Pope Sylvester II (left) is supposed to have sent Stephen of Hungary a crown.
Stephen was named a saint in 1083 because he Christianized his new nation.
Stephen hoped Emeric would follow him to the throne, but his son was killed in a hunting accident.
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 Hungary Bank Notes
His mother was the sister of King László IV of Hungary.
His great-grandfather was King Stephen V of Hungary.
Hungary, located in central Europe, was a kingdom found by the Magyars in the 9th century.
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 Glossary: Eastern Europe
(1288-1342) king of Hungary (1301, 1308-1342) son of Charles II of Naples and maternal grandson of Stephen V of Hungary, Charles I established the Angevine dynasty in Hungary.
Ladislav V died only two years later, the absence of an heir opened the way to an interegnal contest that was eventually won by Hunyadi's son, Matthias Corvinus.
Elizabeth's rule in Hungary was equally unsuccessful and Elizabeth was tortured to death by Hungarian nobles in 1387.
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 NationMaster - Statistics on Hungary. 4140 facts and figures, stats and information on Hungarian economy, crime, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Hungary was part of the polyglot Austro-Hungarian Empire, which collapsed during World War I. The country fell under Communist rule following World War II.
In 1956, a revolt and announced withdrawal from the Warsaw Pact were met with a massive military intervention by Moscow.
Under the leadership of Janos KADAR in 1968, Hungary began liberalizing its economy, introducing so-called "Goulash Communism." Hungary held its first multiparty elections in 1990 and initiated a free market economy.
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 Encyclopedia Search
Kun was a Hungarian Communist, and ruled Hungary for a...Democratic party.
IV of Hungary, whom he succeeded in...his father
III of Hungary and succeeded his...his three sons,
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 Kings of Hungary
Almos of Hungary, Duke of Croatia, b abt 1075, d 1129.
Stephen V, King of Hungary, b abt 1220, d 1 Aug 1272.
Child of Stephen V of Hugary and Elizabeth was:
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 WWW-VL History Index
A Short History of Austria Hungary and Poland", by H. Wickham Steed, et al.
An Undiplomatic Diary by the American Member of the Inter-Allied Commission to Hungary.
Hungary: The Unwilling Satellite, by John Flournoy Montgomery
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 HighBeam Encyclopedia – Free Online Encyclopedia for Reference, Research, Facts
CHARLES I [Charles I] 1288-1342, king of Hungary (1308-42), founder of the Angevin dynasty in Hungary; grandson of Charles II of Naples, who had married a daughter of Stephen V of Hungary.
On the death (1301) of Andrew III, last of the Arpad dynasty, Charles was the candidate of Pope Boniface VIII for the crown of St. Stephen, but the Hungarians elected Wenceslaus III of Bohemia; in 1308 the Hungarian diet at last chose Charles, who was crowned in 1310.
He reorganized the army on a feudal basis, using the nobility for its personnel, and taxed the bourgeoisie.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Stephen
In order to make Hungary a Christian nation and to establish himself more firmly as ruler, he sent Abbot Astricus to Rome to petition Pope Sylvester II for the royal dignity and the power to establish episcopal sees.
His feast is on 2 September, but in Hungary his chief festival is observed on 20 August, the day on which his relics were transferred to Buda.
His incorrupt right hand is treasured as the most sacred relic in Hungary.
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 Hungary Tourism Board, Hungarian travel Budapest vacation information
You will see the legendary crown jewels of King Stephen, which have a spectacular history, having been stolen or misappropriated at various times since the Middle Ages.
Stephen's [István] Basilica, a neo-Renaissance church, raised to the rank of basilica minor, possesses the largest bell in Hungary.
It is his right hand which has remained intact for 1000 years.
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 AllRefer.com - Hungary, Hungary (Hungarian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
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.
Budapest is Hungary's capital and its largest city.
• Saint Stephen, duke and king of Hungary
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 AllRefer.com - Charles I, king of Hungary (Austria And Hungary, History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Charles I, king of Hungary (Austria And Hungary, History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Charles I, king of Hungary, Austria And Hungary, History, Biographies
Charles I 1288–1342, king of Hungary (1308–42), founder of the Angevin dynasty in Hungary; grandson of Charles II of Naples, who had married a daughter of Stephen V of Hungary.
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 Crusades - Timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Death of Stephen V of Hungary; succeeded by Ladislas IV Sep 22
Death of Innocent V; succeeded by Adrian V
Death of Boleslav V, Grand Prince of Poland; succeeded by Leszek the Black
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 thePeerage.com - Name Index 63
Ladislas I 'the Saint', King of Hungary d.
12th Earl of (William Alexander Louis Stephen) b.
6th Baronet, of Upper Canada (Stephen John) b.
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AUSTRIA: 68 years (Francis Joseph I) BOHEMIA: 68 years (Francis Joseph I) HUNGARY: 68 years (Francis Joseph I) NORWAY: 68 years (Harold I Finehair)
84 years to date: Otto II Habsburg (HUNGARY): nominal king of Hungary 1922-1946.
This would have been the longest reign ever (1922-2006).
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