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  1. Corvinus first gave her in marriage to Wenceslas Pongrác of Szentmiklós. Pongrác had inherited estates in Upper Hungary (present-day Slovakia), but was forced to renounce them in exchange for landed property he and Justina jointly received in Transylvania following their marriage. After Pongrác died in 1474, the widowed Justina married Vlad ...

    • before 1455
    • 1476(–1477)
  2. sunburstcomics.wordpress.com › 2019/05/02 › the-consortThe Consort – Sunburst Comics

    May 02, 2019 · When she was old enough, Justina was given into marriage to Wenceslas Pongrác of Szentmiklós, a member of an influential noble family which owned estates in Upper Hungary. Pongrác had been the sole owner of the estates in Upper Hungary, but later new Transylvanian estates were jointly owned by Pongrác and his wife Justina.

  3. Corvinus first gave her in marriage to Wenceslas Pongrác of Szentmiklós. Pongrác had inherited estates in Upper Hungary (present-day Slovakia), but was forced to renounce them in exchange for landed property he and Justina jointly received in Transylvania following their marriage.

  4. Corvinus first gave her in marriage to Wenceslas Pongrác of Szentmiklós. Pongrác had inherited estates in Upper Hungary, but was forced to renounce them in exchange for landed property he and Justina jointly received in Transylvania following their marriage.

  5. Jun 09, 2017 · Corvinus first gave her in marriage to Wenceslas Pongrác of Szentmiklós. Pongrác had inherited estates in Upper Hungary (present-day Slovakia), but was forced to renounce them in exchange for landed property he and Justina jointly received in Transylvania following their marriage. After Pongrác died in 1474, the widowed Justina married Vlad ...

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    • to Vlad III the Impaler _____
    • Female
    • Ilona Szilágyi
  6. hyperleap.com › topic › Justina_SzilágyiJustina Szilágyi

    Matthias Corvinus gave Justina into marriage to Wenceslas (also known as Ladislaus) Pongrác of Szentmiklós, a member of an influential noble family which owned estates in Upper Hungary (now Slovakia).

  7. searcher.com › horogszegiSearcher

    Corvinus first gave her in marriage to Wenceslas Pongrác of Szentmiklós. Pongrác had inherited estates in Upper Hungary (present-day Slovakia), but was forced to renounce them in exchange for landed property he and Justina jointly received in Transylvania following their marriage.

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