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  1. John Sigismund Zápolya - Wikipedia

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    John Sigismund's father, John Zápolya, was the wealthiest Hungarian lord in the early 16th century. After the Ottoman Sultan, Suleiman the Magnificent, inflicted a crushing defeat on the Hungarian army in the Battle of Mohács, the majority of the noblemen elected John Zápolya king in 1526.

    • 1540–1551
    • John I
  2. John Zápolya - Wikipedia

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    Vladislaus's brother, Sigismund, who had been crowned King of Poland, married John's sister, Barbara Zápolya in early 1512, which increased John's prestige. To show off his wealth, John went with Barbara to Poland accompanied by 800 horsemen who wore gilded cloths. John made a raid in Ottoman Bulgaria in summer 1513.

    • 11 November 1526
    • Louis II
  3. John Zápolya

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    The throne of Hungary became the subject of a dynastic dispute between Ferdinand and John Zápolya, Voivode of Transylvania. By contrast, John Zápolya (Szapolyai), the last voivode before the battle of Mohács on August 29, 1526 did not arrive to the battlefield in time, summoned too late. The same happened decades later with John Zápolya, who was elected in 1526 after the death of Louis II ...

  4. John Zápolya

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    Stephen Zápolya had no sons when Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary, died on 6 April 1490, according to a contemporaneous report, but a charter issued in September 1491 already mentioned John, showing that John was born between the two dates.

  5. Category:Barbara Zápolya - Wikimedia Commons

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    Barbara Zapolya (Szapolyai Borbála) (1495–1515) was the daughter of Stephen Zápolya (István Szapolyai), Palatine of Hungary, and the Silesian princess Hedwig of Teschen. She was Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1508-1515) as the first wife of Sigismund I the Old.

    • 2 October 1515 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584), Krakówpuerperal disorder
    • queen consort (1512–1515)
  6. John Sigismund Zápolya

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    John Sigismund Zápolya was the first to adopt the title in 1570, but its use only became stable from 1576. In the history of Hungary, more than fifty kings were crowned with it, up to the last, Charles IV, in 1916 (the only kings who were not so crowned were Władysław I, John II Sigismund, Gabriel Bethlen and Joseph II). While Isabella's marriage lasted only a year and a half, it did ...

  7. Sigismund I the Old - Wikipedia

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    Sigismund was married twice, first to noblewoman Barbara Zápolya from Hungary and then to Bona Sforza, the daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan. Their only son and the last Jagiellon king, Sigismund Augustus, was co-crowned vivente rege in 1529 and formally assumed throne when Sigismund the Old died in 1548.

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    Hedwig Jagiellon, Electress of Brandenburg: | | | Hedwig Jagiellon | | | | ... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias ...

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  10. John Zápolya, or John Szapolyai (Croatian: Ivan Zapolja , Hungarian: Szapolyai János or Zápolya János , Romanian: Ioan Zápolya , Slovak: Ján Zápoľský 1490 or 1491 – 22 July 1540), was King of Hungary (as John I) from 1526 to 1540. His rule was disputed by Archduke Ferdinand I, who also claimed the t