Boris Kalamanos: lt;p|>|Boris Kalamanos| (Kiev, c. 1114-1153/1154) was a |pretender| who claimed the Hungarian thr... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.
(Καλαμάνος, Καλαμα̑νος), a noble family of Russo-Hungarian origin. The founder, Boris, was a son of the Hungarian king Coloman
Most widely held works about Boris Kalamanos Vnuk Vladimira Monomakha : Boris Kalmanovich, kni︠a︡zʹ-avanti︠u︡rist by M. K I︠U︡rasov ( Book )
Also, Klaić quotes Hóman as saying "Banus Boris" (not just Boris) when discussing Arpads' right to Bosnia (p.48 in her book), and Kalamanos was the only Arpad named Boris at that time. 22.214.171.124 ( talk ) 10:49, 29 October 2016 (UTC)
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You cannot mix Hóman's statement about "Boris of Bosnia" with a statement about Borić of Bosnia from an other (19th-century) book in an article about Boris Kalamanos, without proving (based on a reliable source) that the three persons (Boris of Bosnia, Borić of Bosnia and Boris Kalamanos) are identical.
But he holds that Ban Borić and Boris, son of Coloman I, Hungarian king, were the same person, so Ana would have been a daughter of Boris Kalamanos and a granddaughter of Hungarian king Coloman I." ↑ 5,0 5,1 5,2 Nada Klaić (1994) Srednjovjekovna Bosna: Politički položaj bosanskih vladara do Tvrtkove krunidbe (1377 g) , Grafički Zavod ...
An example of this is the case of the Hungarian prince Boris Kalamanos (1112–1155), son of the Magyar king from his marriage with Euphtimia, daughter of the Kievan prince Vladimir II Monomakh. For a fairly long period men named Boris were found predominantly in the courts and among the nobility, but eventually the name became popular among ...