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      • Ladislaus (III) Kán (? – before 13 May 1315) (Hungarian: Kán (III) László, Romanian: Ladislau Kán al III-lea), was a Hungarian oligarch in the Kingdom of Hungary who ruled de facto independently Transylvania. He held the office of Voivode of Transylvania (erdélyi vajda) (1295–1314 or 1315).
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ladislaus_III_Kán#:~:text=Ladislaus (III) Kán (? – before 13 May,Voivode of Transylvania (erdélyi vajda) (1295–1314 or 1315).
  1. Ladislaus III Kán - Wikipedia

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    Ladislaus Kán belonged to the Transylvanian branch of the kindred Kán which founded by Ladislaus' great-grandfather Julius I Kán. There is no any information on his early life, but he was one of the three sons of Ladislaus II, who held the office of judge royal (országbíró).

  2. Ladislaus I Kán - Wikipedia

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    Ladislaus was born into the prestigious gens Kán as the son of Julius I Kán, one of the most trusted noblemen of King Andrew II, and Helen from an unidentified family. He had a brother Julius II, who served as Master of the cupbearers from 1222 to 1228.

  3. Ladislaus II Kán - Wikipedia

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    One of his three sons from his unidentified wife was Ladislaus III, voivode of Transylvania (1295–1314) who became one of the most powerful oligarchs during the interregnum after the death of king Andrew III and ruled Transylvania de facto independently until his death in 1315.

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    • Alexander Karászi (1st term), Matthew Csák (2nd term)
    • 1273 (twice)
    • Matthew Csák (1st term), Nicholas Gutkeled (2nd term)
  4. Kán - Wikipedia

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    Nicholas Kán, son of Ladislaus I Kán. Archbishop-elect of Esztergom in the 1270s. Ladislaus III Kán, son of Ladislas II Kán. Married a princess of the Piast royal family of Poland. Voivode of Transylvania 1294-1315. He is thought incorrectly to be the founder of the Lackfi or Lacković family. Baranya branch. Julius III Kán, son

  5. Ladislaus Kán

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    Ladislaus (III) Kán(? – before 15 May, 1315) (_hu. Kán (III) László, _ro. Ladislau Kán al III-lea), was a Hungarian oligarchin the Kingdom of Hungarywho ruled "de facto" independently Transylvania. He held the office of Voivode of Transylvania "(erdélyi vajda)" (1297-1314).

  6. Ladislav III. Kán – Wikipedie

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    Ladislav III. Kán: Narození: 13. století: Úmrtí: 1315: Děti: Ladislaus IV Kán: Rodiče: Ladislaus II Kán: Funkce: Sedmihradký vojvoda (1297–1315) Některá ...

  7. Nicholas Kán - Wikipedia

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    Pope Nicholas III appointed Lodomer as the new Archbishop of Esztergom on 13 June 1279. Philip of Fermo convened a synod in Buda on 14 September 1279, where adopted the so-called Cuman laws. In October, he excommunicated both Ladislaus IV and his ally, Nicholas Kán, and placed Hungary under interdict. Around 9 December 1279, Nicholas fell ill.

  8. Kán László – Wikipédia

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    Kán nembeli László (? – 1315. augusztus előtt) főúr, 1297–1315 között Erdély vajdája, ahol a királytól független tartományúri hatalmat hozott létre. III. András a szintén veszedelmes mértékű hatalomkoncentrációt kialakító Borsa Loránd leverése után tette meg vajdává, de vele sem járt jobban.

  9. Ladislau I Kán - Wikipedia

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    Ladislau I Kán a fost voievod al Transilvaniei între 1261 și 1265 și a doua oară între 1275 și 1276. În prima domnie a guvernat împreună cu Ștefan, fiul lui Bela IV, dar a revenit în 1275, deposendându-l pe Ugrinus Csaki. A domnit până în 1276. Ladislau I făcea parte din familia transilvăneană Kán.

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