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      • Louis I, also Louis the Great ( Hungarian : Nagy Lajos; Slovak: Ľudovít Veľký; Croatian: Ludovik Anžuvinski ); or Louis the Hungarian (Polish: Ludwik Węgierski; 5 March 1326 – 10 September 1382), was King of Hungary and Croatia from 1342 and King of Poland from 1370.
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  2. Louis I of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Charles I died on 16 July 1342. Five days later, Csanád Telegdi, Archbishop of Esztergom, crowned Louis king with the Holy Crown of Hungary in Székesfehérvár. Although Louis had attained the age of majority, his mother Elizabeth "acted as a sort of co-regent" for decades, because she exerted a powerful influence on him.

  3. Louis I | king of Hungary | Britannica

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    Louis I, byname Louis the Great, Hungarian Lajos Nagy, Polish Ludwik Wielki, (born March 5, 1326—died Sept. 10, 1382, Nagyszombat, Hung.), king of Hungary from 1342 and of Poland (as Louis) from 1370, who, during much of his long reign, was involved in wars with Venice and Naples. Britannica Quiz.

  4. Louis I (king of Hungary) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Louis I or Louis the Great, 1326–82, king of Hungary (1342–82) and of Poland (1370–82). He succeeded his father, Charles I, in Hungary, and his uncle, Casimir III, in Poland. He continued the internal policy of his father, favoring the church and the commerce of the towns.

  5. Louis the Great, King of Hungary - geni family tree

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    Louis I the Great (Hungarian: I. (Nagy) Lajos, Polish: Ludwik Węgierski, Croatian: Ludovik I.) (5 March 1326, Visegrád – 10 September 1382, Nagyszombat/Trnava) was King of Hungary from 1342 and of Poland from 1370 [2]. Louis was the head of the senior branch of the Angevin dynasty.

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  6. Louis I | Infoplease

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    Louis I Louis I or Louis the Great, 1326–82, king of Hungary (1342–82) and of Poland (1370–82). He succeeded his father, Charles I, in Hungary, and his uncle, Casimir III, in Poland. He continued the internal policy of his father, favoring the church and the commerce of the towns.

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  8. Once I Was A Clever Boy: King Louis I of Hungary

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    King Louis I of Hungary. Today is the 630th anniversary of the death in 1382 of King Louis I of Hungary and Poland, often referred to as King Louis (Lajos) the Great. There is an illustrated online life with links of the King here and there is one of his second wife and widow Elizabeth of Bosnia here. The kingdoms and dependencies ruled by King Louis I after 1370.

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