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  1. Sophia of Hungary - Wikipedia

    Sophia of Hungary ( c. 1050 – 18 June 1095), a member of the royal Árpád dynasty, was a Margravine of Istria and Carniola from about 1062 until 1070, by her first marriage with Margrave Ulric I, as well as Duchess of Saxony from 1072 until her death, by her second marriage with Duke Magnus Billung .

  2. Sophia of Hungary (nun) - Wikipedia

    Sophia (Hungarian: Zsófia) was the elder of the two daughters of King Béla II of Hungary. She was engaged to Henry, a son of Conrad III of Germany. She died as a nun in the Admont Abbey. Life. Sophia, as the first daughter of the royal couple, King Béla II and Helena of Rascia, was born around 1135.

  3. princess of Hungary Sophia Árpád dynasty (c.1044 - 1095 ...

    Jan 22, 2019 · Sophia of Hungary is the daughter of Béla I Arpád, King of Hungary. She married, firstly, Ulric I of Istria, Count of Istria in 1062. (1) She married, secondly, Magnus I Herzog von Sachsen in 1071. (1) She died in 1095. (1) Sophia of Hungary was a member of the House of Arpád. (1) Child of Sophia of Hungary and Magnus I Herzog von Sachsen

  4. Sophia of Hungary (1050-1095) - Find A Grave Memorial

    Sophia of Hungary (born circa 1050 – died 18 June 1095) was a countess of Istria and Carniola and Duchess of Saxony. Sophia was the daughter of King Béla I of Hungary, of the House of Árpád, and his wife Richeza of Poland. She was engaged to Margrave William of Meissen. However, he died unexpectedly in 1062, before he could marry her.

    • 18 Jun 1095 (aged 44–45)
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  5. Sophia of Hungary (aft1050-1095) | Familypedia | Fandom

    Sophia Árpád of Hungary was born after 1050 to Béla I of Hungary (c1016-1063) and Tuta von Formbach (c1030-aft1090) and died 1095 of unspecified causes. She married Ulrich I. von Weimar-Istrien-Krain (?-1070). She married Magnus von Sachsen (c1045-1106). Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814).

    • 1050
    • Béla I of Hungary (c1016-1063)
    • 1095
    • Tuta von Formbach (c1030-aft1090)
  6. Princess Sophia of Hungary (1050-1095) • FamilySearch

    Esztergom, Hungary. Princess Sophia of Hungary. 1050-1095. Children (2) Poppo II of Istria. 1065-1107. Richardis Von Weimar von Carniola Orlamünde. 1069-1120.

  7. Sophia of Hungary (bef1101-c1148) | Familypedia | Fandom

    Sophia Árpád of Hungary was born before 1101 to Coloman of Hungary (c1070-1116) and Felicia of Sicily (c1078-c1102) and died circa 1148 of unspecified causes. She married Vladimir Volodarevich of Zvenigorod (1104-1153). Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899).

    • 1101
    • Coloman of Hungary (c1070-1116)
    • 1148
    • Felicia of Sicily (c1078-c1102)
  8. Pedigree: Sophia of HUNGARY

    Sophia of HUNGARY. Born: abt. 1060. HM George I's 15-Great Grandmother. HRE Ferdinand I's 12-Great Grandmother. U.S. President [B, HARRISON] 's 21-Great Grandmother ...

  9. Plans of Hagia Sophia - Hagia Sophia History

    That crown can be seen in the mosaic of John II Comnenus in the South Gallery of Hagia Sophia. John's wife, Eirene, was an Hungarian Princess. An Enamel Portrait of the Byzantine Emperor Michael VII Ducas

  10. Here's What Sophia, the First Robot Citizen, Thinks About ...

    Jul 11, 2018 · Sophia spoke last month at a festival of the future called Brain Bar in Budapest, Hungary. Since Sophia was activated in April 2015, she has appeared publicly to speak about women's rights issues ...

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