Maria (Arpadhazi) di Napoli

Maria (Arpadhazi) di Napoli (1257 - 1323)

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Maria di Napoli formerly Arpadhazi aka of Hungary
Born in Budapest, Hungarymap
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Wife of — married in Naplesmap
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Died in Naples, Napoli, Campania, Italy. Bur Naples, Santa Maria Donna Reginamap
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Maria (Arpadhazi) di Napoli is a member of the House of Árpád.

Contents

Biography

Father: Istvan Roi de Hongrie ARPAD b: 1240
Mother: Elisabeth DES COUMANS
Marriage 1 Charles II dit le Boiteux D ANJOU b: 1254
  • Married: 1270
Children
  1. Has Children Marguerite Princesse des Deux Siciles D ANJOU b: 1273

in: RootsWeb <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=massa&id=I5896>


Marie de Hongrie (1257-25 mars 1323), de la dynastie Árpád, fille d'Étienne V de Hongrie et d'Élisabeth de Coumans. Elle devient Reine Consort du Royaume de Naples suite à son mariage avec Charles II d'Anjou1.

Fratrie

Ses Frères et sœurs sont :

  • Élisabeth (1255-1313) épouse Zavis de Falkenstein, exécuté en 1290 puis Stefan Uroš II Milutin
  • Catherine (1256 - après 1314) épouse de Étienne Dragutin
  • Anne (1260-1281) épouse d'Andronic II
  • Ladislas IV de Hongrie
  • André (1268 mort 1288 ) duc de Slavonie

in: Wikipédie L'encyclipédie libre <http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_de_Hongrie_%281257-1323%29>


Mary of Hungary (c. 1257 – 25 March 1323), of the Árpád dynasty, was Queen consort of the Kingdom of Naples. She was a daughter of Stephen V of Hungary and his wife Elizabeth the Cuman.

Family

Mary's mother followed the Shamanist religion, like other Cumans. She was considered a Pagan by contemporary Christians of Europe and Elizabeth had to convert to Catholicism in order to marry Maria's father, Stephen.

Mary was the second of six children. Her sisters, Elizabeth and Catherine both became Queen of Serbia. Another sister, Anna married Andronikos II Palaiologos. Mary's only brother was Ladislaus IV of Hungary.

Her paternal grandparents were Béla IV of Hungary and his wife Maria Laskarina. Her maternal grandparents were Köten[citation needed], leader of a tribe of Cumans and Mstislawna [of Halicz ?], a Russian noblewoman, who may have royal connections.

Life

In 1270, when Mary was only twelve years of age, she married the future Charles II of Naples [1] (1254–1309), the eldest son and heir of Charles I of Sicily and his wife Beatrice of Provence.

On the 10 July 1290, Mary's brother, Ladislaus IV of Hungary died childless. The question now was who would succeed him: he had four sisters, three of them outlived him, all four had married powerful rulers and all four had had their own children. On the 21 September 1290, Mary claimed the throne of Hungary. She was up against her two sisters, Catherine and Elisabeth, and their children, plus the children of her younger sister Anna. Mary was crowned queen by a Papal legate in Naples 1291, but transferred her rights to her eldest son, Charles Martel of Anjou.[2] The Pope confirmed her sole rights in Hungary on the 30 August 1295. However, Catherine's son, Stephen Vladislav II of Syrmia, was still a dangerous rival for Maria and Charles Martel. In the end, Charles Martel gave his cousin Slavonia as a compromise.

Charles Martel was only titular King of Hungary, it was Mary's grandson who became King, Charles I of Hungary. Ultimately the claims of the sisters Mary and Catherine were united in a common descendant when the pair's great-great-granddaughter, Mary of Hungary, ascended to the Hungarian throne in 1382. When the line of Charles Martel and the Angevins in Hungary died out, it was Sigismund, a remote descendant of Bela IV, whose family succeeded.

During 1290, Mary's sister Elisabeth fled from Bohemia with her son because her husband had lost favour and was executed, Mary allowed Elisabeth and her son to stay in Naples with her, before she became a nun, but escaped and remarried to Stephen Uroš II Milutin of Serbia (brother of Catherine's husband) Elizabeth's stay in Naples is documented during July 1300.[3]

Mary's husband died in August 1309, Maria was now a widow. She lived in Naples for the rest of her life, where she died on 25 March 1323, she was buried in Naples at the Santa Maria Donna Regina.

Children

Mary and her husband, Charles had fourteen children:

  1. Charles Martel of Anjou (1271–1295), titular King of Hungary
  2. Saint Louis of Toulouse (February 9, 1275, Nocera – August 19, 1298, Chateau de Brignoles), Bishop of Toulouse
  3. Robert I of Naples, (1277–1343)King of Naples
  4. Philip I of Taranto, (1278–1331)Prince of Achaea and Taranto, Despot of Romania, Lord of Durazzo, titular Emperor of Constantinople
  5. Raymond Berengar (1281–1307), Count of Provence, Prince of Piedmont and Andria
  6. John (1283 – aft. March 16, 1308), a priest
  7. Tristan (1284–bef. 1288)
  8. Peter (1291 – August 29, 1315, Battle of Montecatini), Count of Gravina
  9. John of Gravina (1294 – April 5, 1336, Naples), Duke of Durazzo, Prince of Achaea, and Count of Gravina, married March 1318 (divorced 1321) Matilda of Hainaut (November 29, 1293–1336), and married secondly November 14, 1321 Agnes of Périgord (d. 1345)
  10. Marguerite of Anjou and Maine (1273 – December 31, 1299), Countess of Anjou and Maine, married at Corbeil August 16, 1290 Charles of Valois, brother of king of France, and became ancestress of the Valois dynasty
  11. Blanche of Anjou (1280 – October 14, 1310, Barcelona), married at Villebertran November 1, 1295 James II of Aragon
  12. Eleanor of Anjou, (August 1289 – August 9, 1341, Monastery of St. Nicholas, Arene, Elis), married at Messina May 17, 1302 Frederick III of Sicily
  13. Maria of Naples (1290 – c. 1346), married at Palma de Majorca September 20, 1304 Sancho I of Majorca, married 1326 Jaime de Ejerica (1298 – April 1335)
  14. Beatrice (1295 – c. 1321), married April 1305 Azzo VIII, Margrave d'Este (d. 1308), married 1309 Bertrand III of Baux, Count of Andria (d. 1351)

in: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Arpad_of_Hungary>


Marie Uherská (cca 1257? - 25. března 1323/1324[1] Neapol) byla neapolská královna z dynastie Arpádovců.

Život

Marie se narodila jako dcera uherského krále Štěpána V. a Alžběty, dcery kumánského chána Kuthana. V květnu či červnu 1270[1] byla provdána za šestnáctiletého Karla, syna Karla z Anjou a Beatrix Provensálské. „ Král Štěpán V. ... měl kromě dalších dcer jednu, která se jmenovala Marie. Tu dal za manželku Karlovi Kulhavému, synovi Karla Velikého... “ — Dubnická kronika[2]

Karel se stal po otcově smrti roku 1285 neapolským králem, sicilská koruna připadla již roku 1282 po krvavém povstání aragonskému králi Petrovi III. Roku 1300 je doložena na neapolském královském dvoře Mariina sestra Alžběta, vdova po Falkenštejnovi, nevlastním otci českého krále Václava.

Z Mariina manželství s Karlem se narodilo čtrnáct dětí a téměř všechny se dožily dospělosti. Svého manžela přežila o mnoho let, je pohřbena v kostele Santa Maria Donna Regina v Neapoli. Královnin dodnes dochovaný náhrobek je dílem Tina Camaina.[pozn. 1]

in: Wikipedie, otevřené encyklopedie <http://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_Uhersk%C3%A1_%281257-1323%29>

Note

Note: Flag of Hungary
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Birth

Birth:
Date: 1258
Place: Of, Buda Pest, Hungary[1][2]

Death

Death:
Date: 25 MAR 1323
Place: Naples, Napoli, Campania, Italy[3][4]

Note

Note: #N174

Marriage

Husband: Charles The Lame
Wife: Marie Dehungary
Child: Sampson Salerne
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Eleanor of Naples
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Blanche D Anjou
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Margaret of Anjou
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Marguerite of Sicily Naples
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Marriage:
Date: 1270
Place: Napoli, Napoli, Campania, Italy[5]

Biography

Note N174Maria of Hungary #1232
Maria of Hungary (1257-1323)
Maria of Hungary (c. 1257 - 25 March 1323) of the Árpád dynasty was Queen consort of Kingdom of Naples.
She was (possibly the eldest) daughter of Stephen V of Hungary (d. 1272) and his wife, Elizabeth the Cuman, who was daughter of Zayhan of Kuni, a chief of the Cuman tribe and had been a pagan before her marriage. Her brother Ladislaus IV of Hungary ruled as king from 1272 to 1290.
Family
In 1270 when twelve, she married the future Charles II of Naples (1254 - 1309), the eldest son and heir of Charles I of Sicily and Beatrice of Provence.
They had fourteen children:
Charles Martel of Anjou,(1271-1295) titular King of Hungary
Saint Louis of Toulouse (February 9, 1275, Nocera - August 19, 1298, Chateau de Brignoles), Bishop of Toulouse
Robert I of Naples, (1277-1343)King of Naples
Philip I of Taranto, (1278-1331)Prince of Achaea and Taranto, Despot of Romania, Lord of Durazzo, titular Emperor of Constantinople
Raymond Berengar (1281-1307), Count of Provence, Prince of Piedmont and Andria
John (1283 - aft. March 16, 1308), a priest
Tristan (1284-bef. 1288)
Peter (1291 - August 29, 1315, Battle of Montecatini), Count of Gravina
John of Gravina (1294 - April 5, 1336, Naples), Duke of Durazzo, Prince of Achaea, and Count of Gravina, married March 1318 (divorced 1321) Matilda of Hainaut (November 29, 1293-1336), and married secondly November 14, 1321 Agnes of Périgord (d. 1345)
Marguerite of Anjou and Maine (1273- December 31, 1299), Countess of Anjou and Maine, married at Corbeil August 16, 1290 Charles of Valois, brother of king of France, and became ancestress of the Valois dynasty
Blanche of Anjou (1280 - October 14, 1310, Barcelona), married at Villebertran November 1, 1295 James II of Aragon
Eleanor of Anjou, (August 1289 - August 9, 1341, Monastery of St. Nicholas, Arene, Elis), married at Messina May 17, 1302 Frederick III of Sicily
Mary (Maria) (1290 - c. 1346), married at Palma de Majorca September 20, 1304 Sancho I of Majorca, married 1326 Jaime de Ejerica (1298 - April 1335)
Beatrice (1295 - c. 1321), married April 1305 Azzo VIII, Margrave d'Este (d. 1308), married 1309 Bertrand III of Baux, Count of Andria (d. 1351)

Sources

  • Royal Ancestry by Douglas Richardson Vol. IV p. 634-6
  1. Source: #S1 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Marie DeHungary
  2. Source: #S1 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Charles The Lame
  3. Source: #S1 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Charles The Lame
  4. Source: #S1 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Marie DeHungary
  5. Source: #S1 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Charles The Lame






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