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      • Géza I (Hungarian pronunciation: ; Hungarian: I. Géza; c. 1040 – 25 April 1077) was King of Hungary from 1074 until his death. He was the eldest son of King Béla I . His baptismal name was Magnus .
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  2. Géza, Grand Prince of the Hungarians - Wikipedia

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    Géza, also Gejza, was Grand Prince of the Hungarians from the early 970s. He was the son of Grand Prince Taksony and his Oriental—Khazar, Pecheneg or Volga Bulgarian—wife. He married Sarolt, a daughter of an Eastern Orthodox Hungarian chieftain. After ascending the throne, Géza made peace with the Holy Roman Empire. Within Hungary, he consolidated his authority with extreme cruelty, according to the unanimous narration of nearly contemporaneous sources. He was the first Hungarian ...

    • early 970s – 997
    • Stephen
  3. Géza I of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Géza I (Hungarian pronunciation: ; Hungarian: I. Géza; c. 1040 – 25 April 1077) was King of Hungary from 1074 until his death. He was the eldest son of King Béla I . His baptismal name was Magnus .

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    • Solomon
  4. Géza II of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Géza II was King of Hungary and Croatia from 1141 to 1162. He was the oldest son of Béla the Blind and his wife, Helena of Serbia. When his father died, Géza was still a child and he started ruling under the guardianship of his mother and her brother, Beloš. A pretender to the throne, Boris Kalamanos, who had already claimed Hungary during Béla the Blind's reign, temporarily captured Pressburg with the assistance of German mercenaries in early 1146. In retaliation, Géza, who came of...

    Géza was born the eldest son of Béla the Blind, a cousin of King Stephen II of Hungary, and Helena of Serbia in 1130. Géza's father had been blinded, together with his rebellious father, Álmos, in the 1110s on the order of Stephen II's father, Coloman, King of Hungary, who wanted to ensure Stephen's succession. When Géza was born, his parents lived on an estate that King Stephen had granted them in Tolna. Géza's father succeeded King Stephen in the spring of 1131. In the same year ...

    King Béla died on 13 February 1141 and Géza succeeded him without opposition. The eleven-year-old Géza was crowned king on 16 February. During his regency, his mother and her brother, Beloš, ruled the kingdom in the first years of his reign. One of Géza's first charters ...

    Géza married Euphrosyne, sister of Grand Prince Iziaslav II of Kiev, in the second half of 1146. German–Hungarian relations remained tense as Boris attempted to take advantage of Conrad III's decision to lead a crusade to the Holy Land through Hungary. However Géza, who ...

    Disputes among European powers led to the formation of two coalitions in the late 1140s. One alliance was formed by the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Komnenos and Conrad III against Roger II of Sicily who had invaded Byzantine territories. Géza sided with Roger II and his ...

    • 16 February 1141
    • Béla II
  5. Géza, Grand Prince of the Hungarians — Wikipedia Republished ...

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    Géza (c. 940 – 997), also Gejza, was Grand Prince of the Hun­gar­i­ans from the early 970s. He was the son of Grand Prince Tak­sony and his Oriental— Khazar, Pech­eneg or Volga Bul­gar­ian —wife. He mar­ried Sarolt, a daugh­ter of an Or­tho­dox Hun­gar­ian chief­tain.

  6. Géza, Grand Prince of the Hungarians (c.939 - 997) - Genealogy

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    Géza (c. 945 – 997), Grand Prince of the Magyars (before 972 - 997). Géza was the son of Taksony of Hungary, Grand Prince of the Magyars and his Pecheneg or Bulgar wife. Géza's marriage with Sarolt, the daughter of Gyula of Transylvania, was arranged by his father.

  7. Geza Arpad, I (1040 - 1077) - Genealogy

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    Dec 23, 2019 · Géza I (Hungarian: I. Géza, Slovak: Gejza I) (c. 1040 – 25 April 1077), King of Hungary (1074-1077). During King Solomon's rule he governed, as Duke, one third of the Kingdom of Hungary. Afterwards, Géza rebelled against his cousin's reign and his followers proclaimed him king.

  8. King Geza of Hungary (Árpád dynasty), II. (c.1130 - 1162 ...

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    Jan 22, 2019 · Géza II (Hungarian: II. Géza, Slovak: Gejza II, Croatian: Gejza II), (1130, Tolna – 31 May 1162), King of Hungary (1141–1162). [1] [2] [3] He ascended the throne as a child and during his minority the kingdom was governed by his mother.

  9. Stephen I | king of Hungary | Britannica

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    Stephen I, ; canonized 1083; feast day August 16), first king of Hungary, who is considered to be the founder of the Hungarian state and one of the most-renowned figures in Hungarian history. Stephen was a member of the Árpád dynasty and son of the supreme Magyar chieftain Géza. He was born a pagan

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