András II (Arpadhazi) Árpádházi
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András (Arpadhazi) Árpádházi (abt. 1176 - 1235)

András (András II) "King Andrew of Hungary" Árpádházi formerly Arpadhazi
Born about in Esztergom, Esztergom, Hungarymap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 1200 [location unknown]
Husband of — married 1215 in Esztergom, Komarom-Esztergom, Hungarymap
Husband of — married 14 May 1234 in Székesfehérvár, Magyar Királyságmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Buda, Pest, Magyarországmap
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András II (Arpadhazi) Árpádházi is a member of the House of Árpád.



András II was Lord of Hungary from 1205-1235. He was born in 1176. He died in Buda on October 26, 1235.[1][citation needed] for place of death.

András had a 7th child by his third wife Beatrice, Stefan Posthumus (b. 1236 ,d. 1271)who was Hungarian prince in the House of Árpád.[2].

Through András II line , came the King Andrew III who was the last monarch of the House of Árpád .

His Father:

Bela III King of Hungary born 1148 Esztergom, Komarom-Esztergom, Hungary died 23 April 1196

His Mother

Agnes de Chatillon Queen of Hungary born 1154 Versailles, Seine-et-Oise, France died 1184 married 1168 Constantinople, Byzantium


  • Imre King of Hungary born 1174 Esztergom, Hungary died September 1204
  • Margit Maria Princess of Hungary born 1175 Esztergom, Hungary died after 1223
  • Prince of Hungary ? born 1178 Esztergom, Hungary
  • Konstancia Princess of Hungary born 1180 Esztergom, Hungary
  • Princess of Hungary ? born 1182 Esztergom, Hungary
  • Salamon Prince of Hungary born about 1183 Esztergom, Hungary died about 1210
  • István Prince of Hungary born about 1183 Esztergom, Hungary died about 1210

spouse (1st):

Gertrude Countess of Andechs born about 1185 Andechs, Oberbayern, Bavaria died 28 September 1213 married 1203

children (from 1st marriage):

  • Maria Princess of Hungary born 1204 Esztergom, Hungary died 1237
  • Béla IV King of Hungary born November 1206 Esztergom, Hungary, died 3 May 1270
  • Erzsébet Princess of Hungary born 1207 Esztergom, Hungary died 19 November 1231
  • Kálmán Prince of Hungary born 1208 Esztergom, Hungary died after 11 April 1241 Segesd, Somogy, Hungary
  • András Prince of Hungary born about 1210 Esztergom, Hungary died about 12 June 1245

spouse (2nd):

Iolande de Courtenay Queen of Hungary born about 1198 Courtenay, Loiret, France married 1215

children (from 2nd marriage):

  • Yolande (Violante, Jolan) Princess of Hungary

born between 1213/19 Hungary died 12 October 1251 Huesca, Spain

László III
King of Hungary
Followed by
Béla IV



  2. Magpie SA , History of Hungary for 1526 years in outline , Bydgoszcz 2000, pp. 43, 48


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