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  1. Kőszeg - Wikipedia

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    Feb 23, 2021 · It was founded by the Kőszegi family, a branch of the Héder clan, who had settled in Hungary in 1157 AD. Sometime before 1274 Henry I and his son Ivan moved the court of the Kőszegi, a breakaway branch of the family, from Güssing to Kőszeg (Güns). For decades, the town was the seat of the lords of Kőszeg (Güns).

    • 54.66 km² (21.10 sq mi)
    • Vas
  2. Matthew III Csák - Wikipedia

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    Feb 23, 2021 · On 10 October 1307, an assembly confirmed King Charles' rule, but Matthew Csák and some other oligarchs (Ladislaus Kán, Ivan and Henry II Kőszegi) absented themselves from the assembly. In 1308, Pope Clement V sent a legate to the kingdom in order to strengthen King Charles' position.

  3. April 5 - Wikipedia

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    1308 – Ivan Kőszegi, Hungarian baron and oligarch; 1325 – Ralph de Monthermer, 1st Baron of Monthermer and Earl of Gloucester (b. c.1270) 1419 – Vincent Ferrer, Spanish missionary and saint (b. 1350) 1431 – Bernard I, margrave of Baden-Baden (b. 1364) 1512 – Lazzaro Bastiani, Italian painter (b. 1429) 1534 – Jan Matthys, Dutch ...

  4. Gregory Bicskei - Wikipedia

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    Feb 23, 2021 · Later he moved to Szentkereszt Castle beyond the Drava river between Koprivnica and Križevci, owned by the oligarch Ivan Kőszegi. As a delegated justice of the pope, Bicskei judged over the lawsuit between Buda and the Dominican nuns of Rabbits' Island regarding local fair duties in December 1299.

    • 1298
    • Lodomer
  5. Nádor de Hungría - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Ivan Kőszegi 1281-1282, 1287-1288: Ladislao IV el cumano: De la familia Héder Makján 1286-1287: Ladislao IV el cumano: De la familia Aba Amadeo Aba: 1288-1289, 1290-1291, 1293, 1295-1296, 1297-1298, 1299-1301: Ladislao IV el cumano, Andrés III: De la familia Aba Rénold 1289-1290: Ladislao Iv el cumano: De la familia Basztély, Nádor de ...

  6. Ladislaus IV van Hongarije - Wikipedia

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    Feb 12, 2021 · Zo voerden bijvoorbeeld Ivan Kőszegi en zijn broers oorlogen tegen Albrecht I, hertog van Oostenrijk, maar Ladislaus greep niet in, hoewel de Oostenrijkers minstens 30 forten langsheen de westelijke grens innamen. De Kőszegis boden de kroon opnieuw aan aan Andreas de Venetiaan, die begin 1290 aankwam in Hongarije.

  7. Andrea III d'Ungheria - Wikipedia

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    Feb 16, 2021 · Andrea si recò per la prima volta in Ungheria nel 1278 su invito del potente Ivan Kőszegi, il quale intendeva servirsene contro Ladislao IV. Andrea, in qualità di unico maschio della famiglia oltre al re, assunse il titolo di Duca di Slavonia, Dalmazia e Croazia e marciò fino al Lago Balaton.

  8. Thomas II, Archbishop of Esztergom - Wikipedia

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    Feb 23, 2021 · Thomas (Hungarian: Tamás; died 1321) was a prelate in the Kingdom of Hungary in the first half of the 14th century. He was Archbishop of Esztergom between 1305 and 1321. He was a confidant of Charles I of Hungary, whom he has supported in his unification war against the provincial lords.

  9. Carlos I de Hungría - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Carlos I llamado Carlos Roberto, o Caroberto de Anjou (en húngaro: Károly Róbert; Nápoles, Reino de Nápoles (), 1288 - Visegrado, Hungría, 16 de julio de 1342), fue rey de Hungría y Croacia que restauró su reino a la condición de una gran potencia enriquecida y civilizada.

  10. Esztergom - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Feb 26, 2021 · Esztergom o Estrigonia (como es conocida también en español) (en alemán: Gran, en eslovaco: Osrihon) es una ciudad del condado de Komárom-Esztergom en Hungría.Desde la fundación del Reino de Hungría se convirtió en la residencia del arzobispo de Esztergom, el más alto jerarca de la Iglesia católica en el país.

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