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  1. Margaret was the eldest daughter of Béla III of Hungary and his first wife Agnes of Antioch. She was a younger sister of Emeric, King of Hungary. Her younger siblings were Andrew II of Hungary and Constance of Hungary.

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  2. Margaret of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Margaret was the eldest daughter of Béla III of Hungary and his first wife Agnes of Antioch. She was a younger sister of Emeric, King of Hungary. Her younger siblings were Andrew II of Hungary and Constance of Hungary.

  3. Margaret of Hungary (saint) - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of Hungary (January 27, 1242 – January 18, 1270) was a Dominican nun and the daughter of King Béla IV of Hungary and Maria Laskarina.She was the younger sister of Kinga of Poland (Kunegunda) and Yolanda of Poland and, through her father, the niece of the famed Elizabeth of Hungary

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  4. Margaret of Hungary | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Margaret of Hungary (Margit) (born 1175, living 1223) was a Byzantine Empress by marriage to Isaac II Angelos, Byzantine Emperor, and a Queen consort of Thessalonica by marriage to Boniface of Montferrat. Margaret was the eldest daughter of Béla III of Hungary and his first wife Agnes of Antioch. She was a younger sister of Emeric, King of Hungary. Her younger siblings were Andrew II of ...

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    • living 1223
  5. St. Margaret of Hungary - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

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    St. Margaret of Hungary Daughterof King Bela IV, she became a Dominican novice at twelve in a royal convent built on an island in the Danube. Although she was a princess among nuns who were of noble descent, she objected to any special treatment and went out of her way to perform the most menial ...

  6. St. Margaret of Hungary (Feast: January 18) | Saints & Heroes ...

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    Margaret of Hungary was the daughter of King Bela IV, a champion of Christendom, and Maria Laskarina, a pious Byzantine princess. Bella IV being the brother of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, Margaret was the saintly Queen of Hungary’s blood niece.

  7. Saint Margaret of Hungary | Loyola Press

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    Margaret died on January 18, 1270 at the age of 28. The church recognizes Margaret of Hungary as a saint in spite of the traces of willfulness and pride that seem to have marked her life. But she excelled in charity, and “love covers over many a sin” (1 Peter 4:8 NJB).

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  8. Margaret of Hungary (1175-aft1223) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Margaret of Hungary Margit Árpád of Hungary was born 1175 to Béla III of Hungary (1148-1196) and Agnes of Antioch (1154-c1184) and died after 1223 of unspecified causes. She married Isaac II Angelos (1156-1204) January 1181 JL .

    • Bonifacio del Monferrato (1150-1207)
    • January 1181
    • Nicholas de St Omer (-c1217)
    • 1204
  9. St. Margaret of Hungary – Dominican Friars Foundation

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    St. Margaret was born to Emperor Bela IV and Mary Lascaris in 1242. She was placed in the Monastery of Veszprem for her education and later, she received the Dominican habit in Buda. She made profession to Humbert of Romans, fifth Master General, at a meeting of the General Chapter at Buda in 1254.

  10. St. Margaret of Hungary - Catholic Exchange

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    Jan 18, 2020 · St. Margaret of Hungary is truly a unique model of virtue for today’s modern young woman. In a prayer “deal” with God, her father, King Bela IV of Hungary, promised her to the religious life at her infancy, in return for an end to the persecution of his country by various enemies.

  11. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Blessed Margaret of Hungary

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    Daughter of King Bela I of Hungary and his wife Marie Laskaris, born 1242; died 18 Jan., 1271. According to a vow which her parents made when Hungary was liberated from the Tatars that their next child should be dedicated to religion, Margaret, in 1245 entered the Dominican Convent of Veszprém.