May 29, 2003 · Lasislaus d ' Anjou, Prince of Hungary 2 b. 1324, d. 1329 Louis I d ' Anjou , King of Hungary and Poland + 1 b. 5 Mar 1326, d. 1382 Andrew d ' Anjou , Duke of Calabria 1 b. 30 Nov 1327, d. 1345
Lasislaus d ' Anjou, Prince of Hungary was born in 1324. 1 He was the son of Charles II Robert d ' Anjou, King of Hungary and Elisabeth of Poland. 1 He died in 1329. 1 Citations [ S3994 ] Gyula Kriisto, "The Family of Charles I Robert", AETAS-Journal of History and Related Disciplines (April 2005): pages 14-28.
Lasislaus d'Anjou, Prince of Hungary. stated in. The Peerage. family. Piast dynasty. ... Elisabeth of Poland, Queen of Hungary. 1 reference. imported from Wikimedia ...
Lasislaus d'Anjou, Prince of Hungary (en) Anai-arrebak: ikusi. Klementzia Hungariakoa Beatrice of Hungary, Dauphine of Viennois (en) Leinua: Capetian House of Anjou (en)
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Legacy. The Queen was a renowned patron of arts and founder of many shrines which she fitted with wonderful treasures. The exquisite examples of Queen's foundation includes silver Reliquary Shrine with Virgin and Child from about 1350 in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, attributed to Jean de Touyl, most probably created for the convent of the Poor Clares of the Order of Saint Francis at Buda ...
Coloman of Hungary Charles von Ungarn Lasislaus d'Anjou, Prince of Hungary: Γονείς: Κάρολος Μαρτέλος της Ουγγαρίας και Κλημεντία της Αυστρίας: Αδέλφια: Κλημεντία του Ανζού Beatrice of Hungary, Dauphine of Viennois: Οικογένεια
Carol Robert de Anjou (n.1288, Napoli - d. 16 iulie 1342, Visegrád) a fost fiul lui Carol Martel de Anjou (rege titular al Ungariei, după stingerea dinastiei arpadiene) și al Clementiei de Habsburg. În anul 1308 a devenit rege efectiv al Ungariei sub numele de Carol I.