The supposed 'Mary/Maria I' of Hungary is Maria of Hungary (1257-1323), also known as 'Maria Arpad', who was never Queen of Hungary. This article details a person who is never, either by right or choice, called Mary/Maria II. It should be moved. (Incidentally, there is risk of confusion with another woman also well-known as "Mary of Hungary".
Jan 19, 2021 · Mary of Hungary (Q157077) From Wikidata ... 9 October 2017. stated in. FemBio. FemBio ID. 18731. ... Coat of Arms of Mary of Austria as Queen of Hungary.svg 374 ...
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