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  1. Constance of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Constance was a daughter of Béla III of Hungary and his first wife Agnes of Antioch. Her older siblings included Emeric, King of Hungary, Margaret of Hungary and Andrew II of Hungary. Marriage and children. In 1199, Ottokar I divorced his first wife, Adelaide of Meissen, on grounds of consanguinity.

    • 1199–1230
    • 6 December 1240 (aged c. 60), Tišnov, Moravia
  2. Constance of Hungary (1180-1240) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Royalty. She was born as the daughter of Bela III of Hungary and his second wife Agnes of Antioch. In 1198 she married the 25 years older Ottokar I Přemysl. The king had recently repudiated his first wife Adelheid von Meissen and sought the annulment of the marriage on grounds of consanguinity.

    • 17 Feb 1180, Esztergom, Esztergomi járás, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary
    • Porta Coeli Convent, Predklasteri, Okres Brno-venkov, Jihomoravský (South Moravia), Czech Republic
    • 6 Dec 1240 (aged 60), Tisnov, Okres Brno-venkov, Jihomoravský (South Moravia), Czech Republic
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  3. Constance of Hungary (d. 1240) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Constance of Hungary (d. 1240)Queen of Bohemia. Name variations: Constantia. Died in 1240; dau. of Anne of Chatillon-Antioche (c. 1155–1185) and Bela III (1148–1196), king of Hungary (r. 1173–1196); sister of Emeric I, king of Hungary (r. 1196–1204), and Andrew II (1175–1235), king of Hungary (r. 1205–1235); 2nd wife of Ottokar I (d. 1230), king of Bohemia (r. 1198–1230 ...

  4. Konstancia - Constance of Hungary ÁRPÁD(házi), Princess (c ...

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    In 1199, Ottokar I divorced his first wife, Adelheid of Meissen, on grounds of consanguinity. He married Constance later in the same year. They had nine children. Constance is regularly noted as a co-donator with her husband in various documents of his reign. Her petitions to her husband for various donations are also recorded. She is considered to have sold the city Boleráz to her nephew Béla IV of Hungary. In 1247, Béla conferred said city to the nuns of Trnava. An epistle by which Constance supposedly grants freedom to the cities of Břeclav and Olomouc is considered a false document. The same epistle grants lands in Ostrovany to the monastery of St. Stephen of Hradište. Another epistle has Constance settling "honorable Teutonic men" (viros honestos Theutunicos) in the city of Hodonín and is also considered a forgery. On 15 January 1230, Ottokar I died and their son Wenceslaus succeeded him. Constance survived her husband by a decade. In 1231, Pope Gregory IX set Constance and her...

    -1. Vratislav of Bohemia (c. 1200 - before 1209). -2. Judith of Bohemia (c. 1202 - 2 June 1230). Married -Bernhard von Spanheim, Duke of Carinthia -3. Anna of Bohemia (c. 1204 - 23 June 1265). Married Henry II the Pious, Duke of Wrocław -4. Agnes of Bohemia. Considered to have died young. -5. Wenceslaus I of Bohemia (c. 1205 - 23 September 1253). -6. Vladislaus, Margrave of Moravia (1207 - 10 February 1228). -7. Přemysl, Margrave of Moravia (1209 - 16 October 1239). Married Margaret of Andechs-Merano. His wife was a daughter of Otto I, Duke of Merania and Beatrice II, Countess of Burgundy. -8. Bozena (Wilhelmina) of Bohemia (1210 - 24 October 1281). -9. Agnes of Bohemia (20 January 1211 – 6 March 1282). Mother Superior of the Franciscan Poor Clares nuns of Prague. In 1989, Agnes was canonized as a saint by Pope John Paul II. Forrás / Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constance_of_Hungary Constance of Hungary From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Constance of Hungary (c. 1180 - 6...

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  5. Constance was a daughter of Béla III of Hungary and his first wife Agnes of Antioch. Her older siblings included Emeric, King of Hungary, Margaret of Hungary and Andrew II of Hungary. Marriage and children

  6. Constance of Hungary (c1180-1240) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Constance of Hungary was born circa1180 to Béla III of Hungary (1148-1196) and Agnes of Antioch (1154-c1184) and died 6 December 1240 of unspecified causes. She married Ottokar of Bohemia (c1155-1230) . Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Hugh Capet (c940-996). Ancestors are fromFrance, Belgium, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Byzantine Empire, Belarus ...

    • 1180
    • Béla III of Hungary (1148-1196)
    • 6 December 1240
    • Agnes of Antioch (1154-c1184)
  7. Constance of Hungary

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    Queen consort of Bohemia Tenure 1199–1230 Spouse Ottokar I of Bohemia Issue Wenc

  8. Constance of Hungary (1237 - c.1276) - Genealogy

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    Aug 28, 2018 · About Constance of Hungary Konstancja Węgierska (zm. po 1287/1288) - córka Beli IV, króla Węgier i Marii Laskariny. Około 1246-1247 r. została wydana za mąż za księcia halickiego Lwa.

  9. Constance of Hungary Archives - History of Royal Women

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    Dec 11, 2017 · Constance of Hungary. Lost Kingdoms – Kingdom of Bohemia December 11, 2017 Moniek 0. The Kingdom of Bohemia was founded in 1198 from the Duchy of Bohemia by Ottokar ...

  10. Constance of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Constance of Aragon (1179 – 23 June 1222) was an Aragonese infanta who was by marriage firstly Queen of Hungary, and secondly Queen of Germany and Sicily and Holy Roman Empress. She was regent of Sicily from 1212–1220.

    • 1179
    • 23 June 1222 (aged 42–43), Italy
    • 22 November 1220 (Rome)
    • 1198–1204