Coloman of Galicia was the ruler—from 1214 prince, and from 1215 or 1216 to 1221 king—of Halych, and duke of Slavonia from 1226 to his death. He was the second son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania. His father and Leszek the White, Duke of Poland, concluded an agreement about the marriage of Coloman and Leszek's daughter, Salomea, and the division of Halych, allotting its western regions to Leszek, the remaining lands to Coloman. The Hungarian and Polish armies occupied the ...
Coloman of Galicia (Kálmán; Коломан; 1208 – 1241) was the rulerfrom 1214 prince, and from 1215 or 1216 to 1221 kingof Halych, and duke of Slavonia from 1226 to his death. 
Sep 30, 2019 · Coloman, King of Galicia and Duke of Slavonia (1208-1241): Medieval Central Europe and Hungarian Power (Beyond Medieval Europe)
- Gábor Barabás, Márta Font
- Textbook, Humanities
- 30 Sep, 2019
Coloman, as a royal prince—regardless of his current status in Galicia—must have had personal estates in the realm; perhaps Scepus was one since he also initiated the con struction of the castle in the 1230s. Residence in Scepus was probably driven by its security and not by the geographical closeness to Galicia, since the Scepus...
Coloman, King of Galicia and Duke of Slavonia (1208-1241) Medieval Central Europe and Hungarian Power A figure of crucial importance to scholarship on western and eastern Europe alike, King Coloman (1208—1241) here receives long-overdue scholarly treatment as a key figure of the thirteenth century.
Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria(1208 - 1241) Saint Coloman of Stockerau(Koloman, Colman, Colomannus) (? - 1012) Colomán Trabado Pérez(born 1958 in Vega de Valcarce) Coloman Braun-Bogdan(1905, Arad - 1983), a Romanian football midfielder and football manager
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Saint Coloman of Stockerau was an Irish saint. Originally known as Colmán, he was an Irish pilgrim en route to the Holy Land and was mistaken for a spy because of his strange appearance. He was tortured and hanged at Stockerau, near Vienna, Austria, on 16 July 1012. Later tradition has it that he was "a son of Máel-Sechnaill, high king of Ireland." At the time of his death, there were continual skirmishes among Austria, Moravia, and Bohemia. Coloman spoke no German, so he could not give an ...
In a compromise agreement made in 1214 between Hungary and Poland, the throne of Galicia–Volhynia was given to Andrew's son, Coloman of Lodomeria. In 1352, when the principality was divided between the Polish Kingdom and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania , the territory became subject to the Polish Crown .
Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria (Kálmán), the first king of Galicia and Lodomeria, lat. Rex Galiciae et Lodomeriae (1215–1219) and his wife Salomea of Poland, Reges Galiciae et Lodomeriae; Andrew (András), the younger brother of Coloman, Hungarian prince, king of Galicia and Lodomeria (1219–1221) Protectorate by White Horde of Khans (1245–1338)