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  1. Carpathian Ruthenia - Wikipedia

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    From 1526, the region was divided between the Habsburg Kingdom of Hungary) and Eastern Hungarian Kingdom. Beginning in 1570, the latter transformed to the Principality of Transylvania which fell soon under Ottoman suzerainty.

  2. History of Slovakia - Wikipedia

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    From 1526 to 1830, nineteen Habsburg sovereigns went through coronation ceremonies as Kings and Queens of the Kingdom of Hungary in St. Martin's Cathedral. After the Ottoman invasion, the territories that had been administered by the Kingdom of Hungary became, for almost two centuries, the principal battleground of the Turkish wars. The region suffered due to the wars against the Ottoman expansion.

  3. Carpathian Ruthenia - The Reader Wiki, Reader View of Wikipedia

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    From 1526, the region was divided between the Habsburg Kingdom of Hungary) and Eastern Hungarian Kingdom. Beginning in 1570, the latter transformed to the Principality of Transylvania which fell soon under Ottoman suzerainty.

  4. Fleur-de-lis - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Fleur-de-lis and Kingdom of Great Britain · See more » Kingdom of Hungary (1301–1526) In the Late Middle Ages, the Kingdom of Hungary, a country in Central Europe, experienced a period of interregnum in the early 14th century. New!!: Fleur-de-lis and Kingdom of Hungary (1301–1526) · See more » Kotromanić dynasty

  5. Carpathian Ruthenia - PiPiWiki

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    From 1526, the region was divided between Habsburg Monarchy (i.e. its Habsburg Kingdom of Hungary) and Eastern Hungarian Kingdom. Beginning in 1570, the region was divided between the Habsburg Monarchy and Principality of Transylvania under Ottoman suzerainty. Part of Transcarpathia under Habsburg administration was included into the Captaincy of Upper Hungary, which was one of the administrative units of the Habsburg Kingdom of Hungary.

  6. Pannonia (/pəˈnoʊniə/, Latin: [panˈnɔnija]) was a province of the Roman Empire bounded on the north and east by the Danube, coterminous westward with Noricum and upper Italy, and southward with Dalmatia and upper Moesia. Pannonia was located in the territory of present-day western Hungary, eastern A

  7. History of Slovakia: Prehistory Antiquity Medieval history ...

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    From 1526 to 1830, nineteen Habsburg sovereigns went through coronation ceremonies as Kings and Queens of the Kingdom of Hungary in St. Martin's Cathedral. After the Ottoman invasion, the territories that had been administered by the Kingdom of Hungary became, for almost two centuries, the principal battleground of the Turkish wars. The region suffered due to the wars against the Ottoman expansion.

  8. History of Slovakia - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

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    Main articles: Kingdom of Hungary (1000–1301), Kingdom of Hungary (1301–1526) and Kingdom of Poland (1025–1385) Settlement of Hungarians in the 10th century Main articles: Seven chieftains of the Magyars and Grand Prince of the Hungarians

  9. History of Slovakia explained

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    From 1526 to 1830, nineteen Habsburg sovereigns went through coronation ceremonies as Kings and Queens of the Kingdom of Hungary in St. Martin's Cathedral. After the Ottoman invasion, the territories that had been administered by the Kingdom of Hungary became, for almost two centuries, the principal battleground of the Turkish wars. The region suffered due to the wars against the Ottoman expansion.