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St Ladislaus

(1040—1095) king of Hungary 1077–95

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Árpáds

Overview page. Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

The modern name for the native dynasty of kings of Hungary, taking their origin from Duke Árpád († after 900), under whom the Hungarians occupied the Carpathian basin. Up to ...

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Hungary

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A country in central Europe, bounded by Slovakia on the north, Romania and Ukraine on the east, Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia on the south, and Austria on the west.

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Jagiello

Overview page. Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

A Lithuanian dynasty that ruled Poland from 1386 to 1572. Its members were Vladislav II, Vladislav III, Casimir IV, John Albert, Alexander, Sigismund I, and Sigismund II. Beyond Poland,...

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Kalocsa

Overview page. Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

A small town in central Hungary (modern county of Bács-Kiskun), Kalocsa housed the seat of Hungary's second ecclesiastical Province. It was in c.1008 that King Stephen I founded a bishopric...

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Oradea

Overview page. Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

Seat of one the oldest bishoprics of Hungary, founded by King St Ladislas I (around 1090), whose grave in its cathedral became an important place of pilgrimage. (In 1437, Sigismund ...

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Paweł Włodkowicz of Brudzenia

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(c.1370 - after 1434)

Professor and rector of Cracow university and eminent jurist. After long studies at Prague and Padua, he taught at Cracow from 1411–1412. He took a very ...

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St Stephen

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(c. 977–1038)

King and patron saint of Hungary, reigned (1000–38). The first king of Hungary, he united Pannonia and Dacia as one kingdom, and took steps to Christianize the...

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